It’s easy to feel alone when you’re a health freedom advocate in a state like Maine. So we work to connect our members in real life, as well as online. Our community-building initiatives include:
- Organizing a two-day annual retreat featuring nationally recognized speakers. This in-person event gives our members a chance to learn, ask questions, form connections, share frustrations, and celebrate accomplishments.
- Hosting regional informal gatherings like coffee chats, family picnics, and taco nights, where members can gather to talk, get to know each other, and share resources.
- Organizing special demonstrations, curated to bypass censorship by taking important information directly to the people in an attention grabbing manner.
- Sponsoring movie nights where members can gather to view a relevant film and then discuss their thoughts on the topic.
- Facilitating group meetings between members and their local state senators and representatives.
- Holding classes where members can gain vital knowledge on topics like firearms safety, growing medicinal herbs, constitutional rights, and effective local activism.
- Sponsoring speaking engagements with local and nationally known freedom advocates.
- Supporting local freedom-supporting businesses by promoting their services and partnering with them on various events and giveaways.
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