Spartanburg Young Republicans to hold Parliamentary Procedures Training

June 4, 2009 by  
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Spartanburg Young Republicans

Spartanburg Young Republicans

Contact:  Ashley Lane
Phone:     864.316.7820
Email:      spartanburgyr@gmail.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  June 4, 2009

Spartanburg County Young Republicans to hold Parliamentary Procedures Training

Spartanburg, SC – The Spartanburg County Young Republicans group will be holding a Parliamentary Procedures training course on June 23, 2009 at 6pm.  The three-hour course will be held at the Evangel Cathedral (500 Evangel Road Spartanburg, SC 29301) in the Atrium.  The class is designed to give a basic understanding of Parliamentary Procedure and Robert’s Rules of Order.

The course will be lead by State Parliamentarian Todd Kincannon, Associate with Barnes, Alford, Stork & Johnson.

Limited seats are available on a first come, first serve basis.  Cost of the course is $25.00.

Please mail your check payable to Spartanburg Young Republicans to reserve your seat.

Spartanburg Young Republicans
PO Box 170173
Spartanburg, SC 29301

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  • OH Boy

    Wow can I, can I come and learn parliamentary procedures for THREE HOURS. This will help us win the youth vote.

  • April

    The point is not to win the youth vote, it’s purpose of the class is to help the “youth” who are getting involved understand and be able to navigate the Standard Operating Procedures of most political organizations so that we can make a difference and be more effective.

  • http://jeffreyrforcongress.com Christina Jeffrey

    It’s been said that it doesn’t matter who votes–what matters is who counts the votes–this cynical statement can match reality in a regime that pays no attention to the rules or one in which only dishonest or agenda-driven people know the rules. In a real republic and especially in a democratic republic, wide-spread knowledge of parliamentary procedures is essential to orderly and honest government. Government begins in our local precincts and that is where we should be practicing our parliamentary skills. Those who are faithful in small matters will be available for greater ones.