|PANEL DISCUSSION OF THE "I BELIEVE" LICENSE PLATE|
PANEL DISCUSSION OF THE "I BELIEVE" LICENSE PLATE Sunday, August 10, 7:00 PM
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship 2701 Heyward Street (Corner of Heyward and Woodrow Streets in Shandon) Columbia, SC
I-26 to I-77 at Columbia From I-77, exit at Bluff Road and take a left at the stoplight On Bluff Road, go past the USC stadium and state fairgrounds.
Take a right on Rosewood Drive At the 5th stoplight (I think), take a left on Woodrow Street (First Citizens & Rite Aid are at his intersection) The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is two blocks on your right, at the corner of Woodrow and Heyward Streets
Additional Information about the event: Two of the plaintiffs are members of the Columbia AU chapter: the Rev. Dr. Tom Summers Rev. Neal Jones. Another plaintiff is the Rev. Dr. Monty Knight, pastor of the First Christian Church of Charleston. Both of these men will participate in a panel discussion of our notorious license plate, along with two men who believe in the plate's constitutionality: the Rev. Michael Frisina, pastor of Calvary Chapel here in Columbia, and one of his parishioners, Carl Sohm. You may remember that the Rev. Frisina wrote an op-ed in support of the plate opposite mine in The State on July 4th. Both men have served in the military and are well versed in American history. In addition to hearing exchanges among our panelists, we will also allow time for questions from the audience.