Constitution Day - Please RSVP!

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Constitution Day - Please RSVP!

Time: September 17, 2014 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: FCTP Headquarters
Street: 11437 Central Parkway
City/Town: Jacksonville
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Phone: 904/683-3945
Event Type: celebration
Organized By: FCTP
Latest Activity: Sep 18, 2014

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Event Description

Join us at FCTP Headquarters for an evening of Fun, Fellow Patriots, Food, Raffles and Essay Contest!

Bring your favorite home-made dessert creations. We have very limited seating, so bring a chair if you can.

We've got the rest! Come hungry!!

Win a $100 visa card! (See below to see how the essays will be judged) Get your creative and heartfelt juices flowing to tell us what the Constitution means to you.

Entries must be no more than 700 words, due by September 10th via email ( or mail/drop off at FCTP at 11437 Central Parkway by 3PM.

Entries will be judged and the winners will be determined by our own Frankie Anderson, Former Teacher and Historian. Winners will be announced and prizes will be awarded at the event.

Hear from the past with historical letters; hear from our founders who gave their lives for liberty.  It's liberty that brings us together!

See you there!

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Comment by FCTP on September 18, 2014 at 9:31am

We will be posting the winner's essay. Thank you for your feedback J.L.

Comment by J.L. Brown Jr on September 17, 2014 at 6:05pm

so who won? what you should do is post every ones eassy and let everyone read them.

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