Skip to comments.President Bush to Visit LOS ANGELES - Wednesday (3/3) - 5:45 p.m. at the Shrine Auditorium
Posted on 03/01/2004 12:57:13 PM PST by RonDog
At 2 p.m. that day, Bush will make remarks at the 11th Regional White House Conference on Faith-Based and Community Initiatives at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
He then will attend a Bush-Cheney reception at 5:45 p.m. at the Shrine Auditorium, before leaving for a private Republican National Committee dinner.
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Protest Bush in Los Angeles
Wed. March 3, 5-7 pm
649 W. Jefferson
(just east of Figueroa and the 110. Map)
Bush will be speaking there at 5:45 pm
The entrance to the shrine has just a narrow strip of road in front of it and it the whole block of the Shrine will no doubt be blocked off so that the nuts won't be able to get any where near President Bush.
We are winning ~ the bad guys are losing ~ trolls, terrorists and the democrats are sad ~ very sad!
I plan to arrive EARLY - to check in with the Secret Service.
They will probably want to keep us away from the main entrance, but I'm sure that we will find a good area to gather.And, I have two GIANT banners - ten foot by three foot:
"Thank GOD it's W!"Plus many signs:
"Bush WON; Get over it!"
"LUVYA DUBYA"Not sure WHO gets inside, but it is probably another $2,000/plate fundraiser...
"Return of the King: BUSH 2004"
See you there! (OUTSIDE, for free.)
Wednesday is March 3rd, not 4th.Ooops!
(This year was leap year today, Mon. is March 1st)
Dear Admin Moderator:Thank you, FairOpinion
Please CORRECT THE DATE in the title of my thread:
Wednesday is (3/3)
I forget. Do I "spring forward," or "fall back?" ;o)
Wouldn't the Convention Center be a good place to see him?Go for it!
I chose the Shrine Auditorium venue because:Also greeting him at the Convention Center is a GREAT idea!- it is near the time when many people get off work,
- it is during "drive time" on talk radio,
- it is close to the six o'clock news,
but MOST of all because
- that's when the BAD GUYS are planning to protest him.
any way to get tickets to the Shrine event?No. (I think.)
Do you have to be a big donor?Yes. (I think.)
11th Regional White House Conference on Faith-Based and Community InitiativesFrom www.ojp.usdoj.gov/fbci/:
IMPORTANT CALENDAR ITEM:
White House Conference on Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
Wednesday, March 3, 2004
8:00 AM 5:00 PM
Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
On Wednesday, March 3, the White House and the Departments of Justice, Agriculture, Labor, Health & Human Services, Housing & Urban Development, and Education and the Agency for International Development will host a conference in Los Angeles, to help faith-based and community organizations learn more about President Bush's Faith-Based and Community Initiative. The Federal government is working to make sure that faith-based and community groups can compete on an equal footing for Federal dollars, receive greater private support, and face fewer bureaucratic barriers.
The Conference is free, but pre-registration is required. Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Visit www.fbci.gov to register online. We strongly encourage you to register online. If you are unable to register online, print the registration form attached to this email. Complete the form and fax it to 703-299-4589 or 703-706-0476. If you are not able to view this file, please call 202-456-6718 to have a form faxed to you. Please register by Wednesday, February 25. If you are unable to attend the conference, please cancel your registration via email, to firstname.lastname@example.org, or via fax, to the numbers listed above, so we may accommodate as many people as possible.
The Conference is part of a series of regional Conferences that are being held around the country. These Conferences will equip participants with information about Federal programs that are suited to their needs, the Federal funding process, and the legal requirements that may apply to recipients of Federal funds. It will also give them practical information on the grant-writing process and successful practices from other organizations, as well as an opportunity to network with government officials.
The conference will offer several different tracks of workshops. When you pre-register, please indicate your preference for which workshop you would like to attend. Since workshops fill up, please mark a first and second choice.
We very much hope you will be able to join us in Los Angeles, CA.
Los Angeles, CA - March 3, 2004
Conference pre-registration is now closed.
** There will be no on site registration**
**On-site Substitutions will not be accepted**
President Bush to visit Bakersfield Thursday
By VIC POLLARD, Californian Sacramento Bureau Chief
Posted: Monday March 1st, 2004, 1:58 PM
Last Updated: Monday March 1st, 2004, 1:58 PM
President George W. Bush, increasing his visibility as criticism from his Democratic opponents increases, will visit Bakersfield Thursday to tout the economic acccomplishments of his administration.
He is scheduled to host a "conversation on the economy" at 9:35 a.m. at Rain for Rent on State Road, according to the White House press office. It is unclear if the event will be open to the public.
The Bakersfield visit is one of three stops the president will make on a swing through California two days after the Super Tuesday primaries that are expected to decide his Democratic opponent for the November general election.
Bush will make similar appearances in Los Angeles earlier in the day and in Santa Clara later, according to the press office.
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