Thursday, August 7, 2008

iDebate --- which is a five-day leadership development camp...

Sorry for the late timing on this notice but I have been working out
of town Monday and Tuesday and had problems with my server Tuesday
night. A really interesting event will happen Thursday evening, August
7th in the Hardeman Auditorium on the campus of Oklahoma Christian
University, 2501 East Memorial Road in Edmond.

iDebate, which is a five-day leadership development camp for 48 of the
finest high school students from across the nation, will have their
final round of debate. Students will gather to voice their views,
positions and concerns about some of the most important public policy
issues of the day.

iDebate’s goal is to develop young leaders of CHARACTER who are well-
informed about our communities’ issues, who are able to communicate a
vision for a better future, and who can work with people from all
walks of life to change the world.

Admission to this event is free but appropriate dress is required.
Please pay close attention, the doors will OPEN at 5:30 p.m. and CLOSE
at 5:45 p.m. If you want to be a part of the studio audience, which
will be covered by Fox News, you will need to be there and enter
during that 15 minute time period. Celebrity judges will be New Mexico
Governor Bill Richardson and former Congressman Jack Kemp, both of
whom are former presidential candidates. Also serving as a judge will
be radio and TV personality, Judge Andrew Napolitano.

The event is being sponsored by the National Center for Policy
Analysis, General Tommy Franks Leadership Institute and Museum and The
Academy of Leadership and Liberty, which is based on the campus of
Oklahoma Christian.

I hope to see as many OCPAC members and friends attend this event as

Charlie Meadows

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