ANNOUNCING THE 2005 LEAGUE OF THE SOUTH NATIONAL CONFERENCE

30 SEPTEMBER-1 0CTOBER
HOLIDAY INN, JEKYLL ISLAND, GEORGIA

Join us for the 12th annual League of the South national conference on beautiful Jekyll Island, Georgia, on 30 September and 1 October 2005. We will be unveiling a new strategy and operational plan for our organization.

A detailed agenda is listed below

Thus far, we have secured the following speakers: Tom Moore, Ray McBerry, Franklin Sanders, John Chodes, and Michael Hill.

A block of rooms for 30 September and 1 October has been reserved for attendees at the cost of $81.00 (plus tax) per night. For reservations, call (912) 635-3311.

Early registration (prior to 1 September) is $50.00 per person, $75.00 per couple (husband and wife), or $100.00 per family. Late registration will be an additional $10.00.

Vendors are welcomed. Tables are $15.00 each per day. Please call the national office at (800) 888-3163 for table reservations.

To register for the conference, send check or money order, payable to The League of the South, to The League of the South, P. O. Box 760, Killen, Alabama 35645.

We look forward to seeing you there.
 

AGENDA

2005 LEAGUE OF THE SOUTH NATIONAL CONFERENCE

JEKYLL ISLAND, GEORGIA

HOLIDAY INN BEACH RESORT

MR. ALEX CHEEK, MASTER OF CEREMONIES

29 SEPTEMBER-1 OCTOBER

 

Thursday, 29 September

Annual Circle of St. Andrew Banquet at Remington’s Restaurant, Holiday Inn Beach Resort, 7:00-9:00 p.m. (For qualified contributors to LS President’s Fund)

Friday, 30 September

Registration 8:00-9:00 a.m.

Opening Prayer 9:00-9:05

Welcome 9:05-9:10

Opening Address, Franklin Sanders 9:10-10:00

“The League of the South and the Home School Movement,” Jonathan Ingram 10:00-10:30

Break 10:30-11:00

League of the South Annual Awards Presentation 11:00-11:30

Dinner (on your own) 11:30-1:00 p.m.

Workshop Modules 1:00-5:00

A.     Building Coalitions

B.     Effective Hedge Schools and Summer Institutes

C.     Creating and Using Issues

D.     Fundraising

Each workshop will last 50 minutes and will be done a total of four times between 1 and 5 p.m. Therefore, each attendee will have an opportunity to go to each workshop

Annual LS Board of Directors and State Chairmen meeting 7:30-9:30

Saturday, 1 October

Registration 8:30-9:00 a.m.

Opening Prayer 9:00-9:05

“Why I’m A Southern Nationalist,” Ray McBerry 9:05-9:55

Recruitment Campaign Report and Awards 9:55-10:10

Break 10:10-10:30

“Jabez Curry,” John Chodes 10:30-11:2 

Announcements 11:20-11:30

Dinner (on your own) 11:30-1:00 p.m.

“Withdrawing Our Consent,” Tom Moore 1:00-1:50

Special Report: “A Southern College Without Walls” 1:50-2:20

Break 2:20-2:50

“A New Approach For the League,” Michael Hill 2:50-3:40

Closing Remarks 3:40-3:55

Closing Prayer and Singing of “Dixie” 3:55-4:00

Adjournment 4:00

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