Contrary to popular belief, Detroit isn’t just the home of public union thugs and welfare queens. There’s an entire population of people who aren’t trying to live off someone else or extort money from others. So come on down to Detroit and let us prove it. I’m sure someone will make sure Jimmy Hoffa, Jr. gets his invitation.
Please join Judge Michael Warren and his family on Sunday, September 11 (details below) to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the terrorists attacks and the kick-off to Patriot Week at Historic Fort Wayne, 6325 W. Jefferson, Detroit, MI 48209.
The Patriot Palooza! is a most fitting way to mark this day in American history and renew the American spirit. This family friendly event will feature:
9/11 Commemoration, including tribute to first responders
7 student created presentations representing each day of the week
Historical re-enactors portraying the Civil War, Spanish American War, WWI, WWII, and other eras
Children’s activities, including a scavenger hunt
Tours of Historic Fort Wayne
Live cannon fire
Remarks by Congressman Hansen Clark, County Executive Robert
Ficano, State Senator Vincent Gregory, State Representative Gail Haines, County Commission Chair Kathy Vosburg, Judge Edward Sosnick, and emcee John McCulloch
Civil Rights march and re-enactment of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s I Have a Dream speech delivered in Detroit (performed by Bishop Edgar Vann)
Like everything else in Patriot Week, this event is nonpartisan.
Anyone who attends the Patriot Palooza! should leave with a richer and deeper understanding and appreciation of the First Principles, Patriots, key documents and speeches, and flags that make America the greatest nation in history.
As a free people, we need to reinvigorate our commitment to America, or our beacon of liberty will be extinguished. Grab this once in a lifetime opportunity to commemorate, learn about, and celebrate America.
God Bless You and God Bless America.
For information about September 11 and additional Patriot Week
events, visit http://www.patriotweek.org/2011-public-events.html