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FARMINGTON AREA REPUBLICANS
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1ST THURSDAY OF THE MONTH
FARMINGTON HILLS CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS
CORNER OF ORCHARD LAKE RD. AND 11 MILE RD.
6:30 PM MEET AND GREET
7:00 PM MEETING
Bring Friends to the meetings.
FAR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
FARMINGTON AREA REPUBLICANS ARE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THEIR FIRST ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM OPEN TO ANY GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR ATTENDING A CONTINUING EDUCATION INSTITUTION IN 2017 WHO LIVES IN FARMINGTON OR FARMINGTON HILLS.
FOR MORE INFORMATION YOU CAN CONTACT FAR BY EMAIL AT: email@example.com
Scholarship Application Click HERE.
2017 Topic is: The Importance of Free Speech and Intellectual Diversity on College Campuses and How Best to Safeguard Them.
Chaos On Our College Campuses - Protecting Free Speech and Diversity of Thought
Farmington Area Republicans (FAR) is hosting John Miller as keynote speaker at a scholarship recognition reception on Monday, May 15, 2017 at the Longacre House in Farmington Hills AT 7:00 pm. Miller is noted author, writer, founder of the Student Free Press Association, and Hillsdale College Journalism Chair. The event is open to the community. Reservations are required and may be made by emailing FAR at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Miller will address the controversies roiling college campuses across the country and provide an update on the state of free speech and intellectual diversity in academia.
Miller writes regularly for such publications as the Wall Street Journal and National Review. He is director of the Dow Journalism Program at Hillsdale College, oversees the school paper, and is founder of the Student Free Press Association, best known for its website The College Fix. The Fix is a highly successful venture, established as an outlet for student reporters whose stories might not otherwise be told. https://www.thecollegefix.com/
Miller graduated from the University of Michigan and was the editor of the Michigan Review. He has written a number of critically acclaimed books, including his most recent, “Big Scrum: How Teddy Roosevelt Saved Football” and the historical thriller, “First Assassin.”
His professional insights are particularly germane to the topic of the FAR-sponsored scholarship essay contest, open to all graduating high school seniors who reside in Farmington and Farmington Hills. The mayors of Farmington and Farmington Hills will be among the judges evaluating the essay submissions. For more information on the essay contest and to download an application, go to http://www.farmingtongop.com/scholarship-application.html