The event will feature a number of speakers and will also feature a concert by country artist Ryan Weaver
Clark County-based Patriots United recently announced an all-day event to be held Sat., Oct. 21. Registration is now open for The Great Northwest Awakening, which will be hosted by Patriots United Founder Mike Terry and Kristin Sokoloff.
The event will be held from 10 a.m.-9 p.m. at the Clark County Event Center (near the amphitheater), 17200 NE Delfel Rd., in Ridgefield. The all-day event will feature a number of speakers and will also feature a concert by country artist Ryan Weaver.
“Freedom and Liberty are worth it,’’ read a Patriots United flier promoting the event with the #WeWon’tBackDown.
A number of guest speakers will cover a variety of topics including medical freedoms, parents’ rights, government overreach, public schools becoming government schools and helping teachers get out of unions, 1st Amendment, 2nd Amendment, men in women’s sports, election integrity and transparency, legal ballot harvesting, SB 5599, I-2081, applying pressure to influence legislation.
“We are always providing real solutions that make a real difference,’’ read the promotion for the event.
Area residents have an opportunity to save on tickets to The Great Northwest Awakening presented by Patriots United
Current and veteran military, current and retired law enforcement, current and retired corrections officers, current and retired first responders, current or retired teachers will Receive $15 off their ticket. Use the following code: PUWVETLAW
Save 50 percent on front row seats for a limited time use code: PUWFRONTROW
Save 17.76 percent on tickets use code: PUW1776
Register here for tickets: www.PatriotsUnitedWA.com.
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