Citizen Watchdog training
COAST is pleased to co-sponsor with Franklin Center and West Chester Tea Party
COAST has made its mark in southwest Ohio through aggressive and creative grassroots citizen activism for 13 years. The Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity is a national organization that is taking citizen activism to a new level by training and equipping conservative activists across the nation with tools and networks to achieve the change they seek. Together, we have joined with the West Chester Tea Party to present Citizen Watchdog Training tomorrow in West Chester. We hope you can join us. Details follow:
Citizen Watchdog Training
Saturday, August 18, 9am-5pm 5430 West Chester Road
$10 per person, lunch included
Join the West Chester Tea Party and COAST in welcoming the Franklin Center For Government and Public Integrity for their Citizen Watchdog Training. Ohio and our nation are in a fiscal crisis. You've heard the egregious examples of waste, fraud, and abuse on a daily basis. We can no longer afford to sit by and wait for the government or mainstream media to fully inform the public about what's going on behind closed doors. The time has come to stand up and take action.
Please join us at 9 am on Saturday, August 18, at the West Chester Tea Party training facility to learn how you can get involved to hold our elected officials accountable and set this county on a better path for future generations.
Click here for more information about this event! For only $10 per person you can enjoy a full day of training!
In the training you will learn:
-How to use investigative reporting tools and skills
-How to enhance state transparency with open records laws -How to hold elected officials accountable through social media -Legal tools to protect your liberties and empower citizens
Saturday, August 18, 9am-5pm Citizen Watchdog Training 5430 West Chester Road West Chester, Ohio 45069
Together, we can begin the hard, but important job of taking back America. We hope to see you there!
Ohio School Board Leadership Council
New organization seeks to organize
Ohio has lost an entire generation to poor performing schools, urban and suburban. Dr. Kelly Kohls has taken the Springboro Board of Education by storm, and now is committed to reforming schools statewide. She and others have formed the Ohio School Board Leadership Council to advance that cause.
Its first meeting is next Saturday in Columbus. Details follow:
When: August 25th 1-5 PM
Where: Berlin Presbyterian Church,
5175 S Old State Rd., Lewis Center OH 43035-9254
What: OSBLC is a professional organization to act as your one-stop
coach and resource center on education issues and information.
Why: OSBLC empowers citizens and education professionals to
advocate for increased academic standards achievement and
fiscally sound stewardship of taxpayer dollars.
To register, please call Dr. Kelly Kohls, President of OSBLC at 513-314-7285.