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Patriots Day with the Idaho 3%

April 19, 2019 @ 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Patriots Day with the Idaho 3%

Idaho 3% Are Calling for Patriots!

Come Help us celebrate Patriots day. What is Patriots day?

The battles of Lexington and Concord that took place in Massachusetts on 19 April 1775, marked the first conflicts of the American Revolution which ultimately led to America’s independence from Great Britain.

On the night of 18 April 1775, a large unit of British soldiers marched from Boston to Concord, intent on destroying a cache of weapons that that had been collected by the American colonists. Famously, Paul Revere and other riders alerted the colonial Minutemen of the plan, who then moved to intercept the British.

Nobody can say for definite who fired those first shots on Lexington green, but the battle was the first organised resistance by the American forces. Buoyed by their superior numbers, the British then moved on from Lexington to Concord, where they were surprised by a counterattack from the colonists, forcing the Redcoats to retreat to Boston.

The fighting on that day spurred on the colonists who now knew they could take on the military might of the British.




Open Introduction

-National Anthem by Collin McKinley
-Prayer by Russ Thor Wade
-The relevance of the day by Eric Parker
-Moment of silence
-Remembering the men
-The shot heard round the world

-Elizabeth Hodge of N.W Liberty Academy
-Sarah Clendenon of Health Freedom Idaho
-Rep. Christy zito
-Andrew Bedortha
-Rep. Chad Christensen
-Mila Woods of Center for Self Governance
-Idaho Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin
-Future Sheriff of Custer County Scott Drexler

Oath Affirmation under the Liberty Tree Given by:
Idaho Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin


-Jeanette Finicum

Dead man Talking part 3:
Presented by The Center for Self Governance



April 19, 2019
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Boise, ID 83702 United States
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