The History Lessons They Didn’t Teach You In High School

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Contributed by Colleen Crum, VRWAK Assistant Treasurer

Liberty First by KrisAnne Hall
4/13/2018 – 6:30PM
Valley Republican Women of Alaska
Palmer Senior Center
1132 S Chugach St. Palmer
Tickets: $15

Unsure of what to do in today’s unstable political climate? Have you wondered how the founders of our great nation would respond and react to the barrage of issues we face in our daily lives? Many of us are struggling to find the tools and resources to address these questions, so the Valley Republican Women of Alaska (VRWAK) invite you to come learn about the unsung fighters for liberty. 

Find out how the lessons of history apply to today and become inspired to stand up for freedom.  On Friday, April 13, 2018, from 7:00PM-9:00PM, at the Palmer Senior Center, the VRWAK is pleased to host KrisAnne Hall for what is sure to be an exciting, eye-opening and educational event.  

KrisAnn Hall, founder of Liberty First, is a constitutional attorney, educator, author and radio host. KrisAnne is an incredibly passionate speaker – a true Patrick Henry of our time. She speaks to audiences all across the country on constitutional history, American exceptionalism, and the fight for liberty. Her passion and enthusiasm is contagious and she is able to inspire any group. A steadfast warrior in the battle for liberty.

This event is open to everyone – all women and men who wish to expand their horizons and challenge their worldviews. Tickets for the event are on sale for $15 through Facebook and Eventbrite at KrisAnne will be presenting two of her popular lessons during this double feature event.

The Forgotten Founders:
So often ignored, in this course on the Forgotten Founders, we’ll take a journey together and discover some of the brave women and minorities like Prudence Cummings Wright and Crispus Attucks, who sacrificed life, fortune and sacred honor so that future Americans could be free. Attendees will be inspired by these patriots, amazed by their bravery and deeds and even a bit angry that we have failed to remember and celebrate these essential men and women and their sacrifices.

The Founding Mothers:
The founding women of our nation carried themselves with dignity and strength; believing with their hearts and souls that the value of liberty was worthy of their families’ sacrifice. These were women of principle, of courage and of great resolve, willing to sacrifice all so that their children could be free. Many will recognize the men for their contributions, but true history will reveal that the wives of these men were just as important to the battle for freedom.

 “We need a revolution of the mind. The Liberty First message will inspire and inform. We can't recapture our future without the hard-earned wisdom of the past.” – KrisAnne Hall 

Seats are limited for this “can’t miss” community event, get your tickets at