Climate Change: A Conservative Position

Conservative Values Study Group will discuss climate change in its next meeting. All residents are welcome to attend. 

Thursday, October 17, 2019
7 – 8 PM
Charlestown Square Gallery

Special Note: Our group conducted a survey of most desired topics for discussion and study. The top choices were: gun control and second amendment rights; global warming/ environmental stewardship; immigration/ open or regulated borders; and racial justice.

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Conservative Values Group Explores Gun Ownership

The Conservative Values Study Group invites residents to its next meeting:

Gun Ownership
Thursday, July 18, 2019
7 – 8 PM
Brookside 1 Classroom

We will explore the subject of gun ownership. For some advance information, please go online to PragerU and watch their videos entitled:

Is Gun Ownership A Right?
What Should We Do about Guns?

For some additional thoughts, read:
Armed and Aging: Should Seniors Be Allowed to Keep Guns? [AgingCare.com]

Questions? Contact Betty Brown Young. For contact information, see the Resident Directory in MyErickson.

Conservative Values Group Explores Civil Communication

The Conservative Values Study Group invites residents to its next meeting:

How to Communicate with People Who Think Differently
Thursday, June 20, 2019
7 – 8 PM
Brookside 1 Classroom

The group will continue to meet on the third Thursday of the month from 7 – 8 PM in Brookside 1 during the summer.

Questions? Contact Betty Brown Young. For contact information, see the Resident Directory in MyErickson.

Conservative Values Study Group Looks at Socialism on April 25

The Conservative Values Study Group will meet in April in a different location and at a different time:

Thursday, April 25, 2019
7 – 8 PM
Brookside Classroom #2

In January – March, 2019, the discussions centered around the American Trinity (Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum), how the public schools have changed over the years, and Left or Liberal, Why I Left the Left.

At our April meeting, we will view the PragerU.com videos, Democratic Socialism is Still Socialism and How is Socialism Doing in Venezuela?, followed by discussion. All are welcome to attend.

Contact: Betty Brown Young.

In the coming months, we will explore current subjects, including the Electoral College, illegal immigration and building the wall, and socialism vs. capitalism.