Join us on September 20th to discuss the importance of our American rights. What rights do you feel are eroding? What rights do you feel should be strengthened?
Meeting format will be small group discussions allowing you to share your thoughts with fellow Braver Angels from both sides of the aisle.
This meeting will be the first in a 3-part series as we delve further into our rights as American citizens. Attendance at all meetings is not required to participate. Each meeting will bring its own nuance, making it easy to join in on the discussion if you are unable to attend all sessions. Come when you can! For planning purposes, here are the dates for meetings #2 and #3:
October 18th Deep dive into the rights (1/Blue, 1/Red) that were identified on 9/20
November 20th Discussion on our responsibilities to ensure our rights.
Dan Messina, Red Co-Chair & Mary Ogden & Frank Motz, Blue Co-Chair
Please join us at our next MCFAN meeting on Saturday, September 9th at 9:00am at the Thirsty Cowboy. We will be welcoming two guest speakers, State Representative D.J. Swearingen and Medina County Commissioner Aaron Harrison.
Representative Swearingen is currently serving his second term in the Ohio House of Representatives for the 89th House District. This encompasses eastern Ottawa County, western Erie County, and most of Huron County. Representative Swearingen will be discussing his endorsement of President Trump, how he is going after Google, his involvement in the TikTok Bill, and the conservative agenda that the legislature will take up when they return from their summer break. For more information about State Representative D.J. Swearingen, go to: ohiohouse.gov/members/d-j-swearingen/biography
Commissioner Harrison will be filling us in on the extremist agenda of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA). As you may already know, NOACA has been conducting Community Engagement Sessions for their Climate Action Plan. The stated goal of these meetings is to gather public feedback on climate change mitigation strategies so NOACA can draft a final version of their plan by October of this year. Local environmental organizations with openly stated goals of “dismantling Capitalism” have gathered at these meetings to express support for NOACA’s plan of a 63.3% reduction of Greenhouse Gases by 2030 and NetZero by 2050. Commissioner Harrison will explain why it is imperative that people speak up now and push back against NOACA’s harmful agenda before it’s too late.
Medina County is slated for these 2 NOACA meetings.
August 30, 2023 (8:00 – 9:30 AM)
Brunswick Recreation Center
3637 Center Road, Brunswick, OH 44212
September 12, 2023 (11:30 AM – 1:00 PM)
Wadsworth City Council Chambers
120 Maple Street, Wadsworth, OH 44218
From their site: https://www.eneo2050.com/engagementevents
About MCFAN: Our meetings take place from 9:00 – 10:30 AM on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month. Our meeting venue is the Thirsty Cowboy (2743 Medina Rd., Medina). Each meeting features a guest speaker followed by socialization with fellow conservatives. Cost for meetings is $5.00 per person to cover room rental and coffee. (No charge for first-time guests or octogenarians.
In God We Trust,
Medina County Friends and Neighbors
Join In: To experience civil dialogue about a tough topic. Volunteer to be an on-stage-participant. Or join just to observe. We will use the 5-Chair Civil Dialogue(R) method developed over the last 19 years at Arizona State University.
Hot Topic: TBD, vaccine, immigration, voting repairs?
Purpose: A recent survey concluded that 77% of Americans are exhausted by politics! Is it because our political environment often asks us to vilify our neighbor!? Are you ready to get back to “We The People”?
The organizer of this event, Fighting-To-Understand, is a local non-profit 501(c)3 organized for civic education.
Tickets are $25 each + 3.52 fee = $28.52
Get tickets on Eventbrite at this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dinner-and-a-fight-dialoguetm-tickets-627929252297?aff=ebdshpsearchautocomplete
See flyer for more details.