Alaska Family Council President Jim Minnery will visit Delta Junction on Friday to brief
citizens on the results of pro- and anti-family bills heard during this year’s legislative
session in Juneau. The briefing is part of a series of legislative briefings held in April
around the state.
The meeting is free and open to the public, and will include time for questions and answers, as well as a meet and greet with Mr. Minnery.
The program will run from 7:00pm-8:00pm at the conference room of the Diamond Willow Inn, 1456 Decker Road, Delta Junction. Complimentary coffee and dessert will be served, and doors will open at
These Legislative Briefings are designed to focus on pro- and anti-family bills being debated this session by lawmakers and how these bills could affect Alaskans’ lives, families, and religious freedoms. We’ll also discuss practical strategies for citizens who want to have an impact on their state government and influence their local representatives.
“We’re really looking forward to getting folks up to speed on our issues in Delta
Junction,” said Minnery. “Our whole goal with this program is to make Alaskans
aware of what is happening in regards to their core values, and provide practical
strategies for how they can engage their friends, neighbors, and elected officials on
important issues like marriage, life, and religious liberty.”
Those wishing to attend the briefing can visit deltajunctionbriefing.eventbrite.com, to
register, or call Zach Freeman at (907) 317-1343.
Alaska Family Council is a 501(c) non-profit that works to promote responsible citizenship, advance pro-family policies, and influence culture on topics such as marriage, life, and religious liberty
Alaska Family Council