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NRA official to focus on 'first freedom'

Published June 12. 2010 09:00AM

A meeting featuring a representative of the National Rifle Association as the main speaker will be held by a focus group of the Lehighton 9/12 Project.

Suzanne Anglewicz, manager of political and legislative activities for NRA-ILA's Grassroot's Division, will discuss "The Second Amendment: America's First Freedom" at 7 p.m. on June 22 at Penn's Peak in Jim Thorpe.

Reservations are requested by e-mailing or going on-line to by Tuesday.

Dan Geissinger, who heads the Second Amendment Focus Group of the Lehighton 9/12 Project, will be in charge of the meeting.

Anglewicz promotes political and legislative activities through various NRA programs in support of the right to keep and bear arms.

In addition, she coordinates and conducts the NRA's legislative and election workshops, and represents the association's in events and public speaking engagements worldwide.

Before coming to the NRA, she worked as a law clerk for one of the most noted Second Amendment attorneys in the nation, Stephen P. Halbrook, who has written numerous books regarding the right to bear arms.

With attorney Holbrook, she gained valuable legal experience working on various firearm cases before the courts, including the United States Supreme Court.

She is a lifetime member of the NRA and has been an employee at NRA since December 2005.

Those attending can have dinner at Roadie's Restaurant at Penn's Peak, but should make the reservations for no later than 6:15 p.m.

To make dinner reservations, all Roadie's at 610-826-9100.

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