Second Amendment March Needs Volunteer Help

Second Amendment March Needs Volunteer Help
Emergency Medical Technicians

Second Amendment March
Second Amendment March

Washington, DC –-(AmmoLand.com)- As you know, the April 19 date for the D.C. march is fast approaching.

There are many things that need to be accomplished before and during the event. We need your help! Below are a few of the volunteer opportunities we have identified so far.

If you can help with any of these, please send an email to Terri Stocke at [email protected]

We will add you to a specific volunteer list and will start organizing each group of volunteers as the march date draws near.

Emergency Medical Technicians
We are looking for volunteer EMT's who will be at the march in D.C. We are required to have a certain number of licensed EMT's working the event (based on size of the crowd). If you would like to volunteer for this, please let us know.
Petition Table

We need 6-8 people to man a petition table (petition is available on our website) to gather signatures at the D.C. March. This can be divided into shifts if we have enough volunteers.
Hosts

Volunteers needed to direct people to the rally location (Washington Monument) from various points within the city. During the rally, circulate amongst the crowd to answer questions and provide assistance as needed.

Second Amendment March
The mission of the Second Amendment March is to galvanize the courage and resolve of Americans; to petition our elected officials against establishing anti-gun legislation; and to remind America that the Second Amendment is necessary to maintain our right to self defense.

It is the one right that protects all others.

We will accomplish our mission by a peaceful march in Washington DC, the United States Capital, supported by satellite marches to State Capitols and smaller cities all across America.

The march in D.C. will take place on Monday, April 19, 2010 on the grounds of the Washington Monument.

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The mission of the Second Amendment March is to galvanize the courage and resolve of Americans; to petition our elected officials against establishing anti-gun legislation; and to remind America that the Second Amendment is necessary to maintain our right to self defense. Visit: www.secondamendmentmarch.com

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    Mari Thompson
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    Mari Thompson

    Is there a chance that you could suggest that participants in this march wear empty holsters? I think that would reinforce that guns are not allowed in DC.

    I am planning to attend the march.

    Marinelle Thompson

    Founder, Director & President

    Second Amendment Sisters, Inc.

    Self-Defense is a basic human right
    http://www.2asisters.org

    edwin penry
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    edwin penry

    Sounds good enough to me to be putting my name next to John Hancock and the other framers of our freedoms. I'm humbled and thankful at the opportunity. We can hang together now or we will certainly hang seperately later as it was observed when those documents were created. EP

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    A PROCLAMATION Upon this Nineteenth Day of April, Two-thousand and Ten Years A.D., We The People, Do Hereby Declare and Proclaim Ourselves; To Be in Agreement with the Spirit, Meaning and Intent of the Constitution which Established the Republic Acknowledged as that of These United States, and In General with the Spirit, Meaning and Intent of Constitutions Having Established Our Respective States within the Union. We the People, Do Hereby Declare and Proclaim Ourselves; To Be Peaceful and Law-abiding American Citizens and Hold every Honest Intent to Assent, Abide and Bind Ourselves to; All Constitutionally-Permissible, Just and Rightfully-Enacted Laws. In… Read more »

    230therapy
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    230therapy

    Hmmm…a march for the Second Amendment without guns? The message sent is that we're willing to complain, but not actually do anything.

    I'll pass.