State Sen. Barry Loudermilk, the founder of Firm Reliance, a non-partisan, nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote civic literacy, will present a one-day workshop called “Foundations of Freedom” on the U.S. Constitution from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Sept. 24. in Richmond Hill.
The workshop is open to adults, college students and teens. The morning and afternoon instructional portions of the seminar will be in the Richmond Hill City Hall council chambers at 40 Richard R. Davis Drive.
The Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church, 12965 Hwy. 144, will provide lunch and a patriotic songfest. Dress is business casual, and seating is limited. Call 756-2339 or go to the church office between 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday-Thursday starting Sept. 1 to buy tickets in advance.
The suggested donation is $10 per person. All proceeds benefit the Firm Reliance organization.
Loudermilk, a Republican who represents Floyd County and portions of Bartow and Gordon counties in north Georgia, is known for being a dedicated public servant, former pilot in the U.S. Air Force, public speaker and a nationally published author.
As an information technology professional, Loudermilk has been a featured panelist and keynote speaker on technology issues at numerous technology conferences and research institutions.
He has testified before a U.S. Congressional Committee on the unconstitutional use of technology by government against private citizens.
His new book, “And Then They Prayed,” explores several significant events in American history affected by prayer. Readers are taken on a journey to places such as Bunker Hill, Valley Forge, the Constitutional Convention, Andersonville, the Raid on Tokyo and more to discover how prayer played a significant role in the outcomes of history.
For more information about the “Foundations of Freedom” seminar coming to Richmond Hill, call event coordinator Sharla Taylor at (912) 656-6857.