Join us on Monday, June 4th at 7pm at the Minnehaha Grange Hall for a holistic and rounded discussion on the issues surrounding gun reform, the Second Amendment and our community.
This safe and intimate non-partisan community discussion at the beautiful Historic 1879 Minnehaha Grange Hall is a place for everyone to voice their concerns, ask questions and state their opinions.
A panel of experts including a Constitutional law professor from Bethel, March for Our Lives advocates, and gun owners advocates will help lead a community discussion revolving around the Second Amendment, gun reform and our community.
We hope you will join us for this very special event.
This is a free event, but we ask that you bring a nonperishable food donation to help serve a local food bank.
We understand that this is a sensitive issue and want to reiterate that this is a safe space for an intimate community discussion to help educate and create a positive dialogue.
Please do not hesitate to contact OHK Grange president T.J. Malaskee with questions. firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Grange’s June 4th “Advocacy in Action” will include panel guests from March for our Lives advocates, Mitchell Krumm, PhD constitutional law professor at Bethel University, Rob Doar, Political Director of Minnesota Gun Owner’s Political Action Committee, and others who will help engage the community in a dialogue centered around the Second Amendment, gun law reform and how we as citizens can institute progressive change in our communities.
Advocacy in Action begins Monday, June 4th at Edina’s Historic 1879 Minnehaha Grange Hall, 4918 Eden Avenue. Doors open at 6:30 PM, a community dialogue hosted by Grange President, T.J. Malaskee and Grange Director of Legislative Programming, Ashley Wyatt begins promptly at 7 PM. Discussion, listening, and empathy with an open mind are all encouraged. Advocacy in Action will continue every first Monday of the month (except Labor Day) through the 2018 mid-term elections in November. For more information find us at www.MNgrange.org/OHK or on Facebook @GrangeLiving
The Grange is the western Twin Cities oldest community organization, with Minnesota roots dating back to 1868. The Grange is a 100% volunteer organization of women and men from all walks of life who believe we can change the world for the better. Our mission is “vibrant communities, sustainable agriculture, and a healthy state for every Minnesotan.” We hold community events every Monday (except National Holidays) at the City of Edina’s Historic 1879 Minnehaha Grange Hall. For more information find us at www.MNgrange.org/OHK or on Facebook @GrangeLiving