Date/Time: Saturday, May 16, 2015 • Membership Meeting at 5:00 p.m. • Banquet at 6:00 p.m.
Place: West Valley Centennial Park Community Center, Room A (Upstairs) • 5415 West 3100 South • West Valley City, UT 84120
Guest Speaker: Farley Anderson • Founder & Director of Covenant America
You, your partner, family, friends, and neighbors are cordially invited to attend the Utah SAR Celebrate America Recognition Program and Banquet being held at the West Valley Centennial Park, Community Room “A”. The UTSSAR will be recognizing several patriots and outstanding citizens who represent the cherished values of Patriotism, Virtue, and Courage. We will be honoring Utah’s Top Eagle Scout, Utah’s Top JROTC Cadet, and State Law Enforcement Officer and others.
Come and celebrate the extraordinary
accomplishments of these deserving individuals.
About Farley Anderson
Our nationally recognized speaker, Farley Anderson, is the founder and director of Covenant America, a non-profit organization that promotes spiritual patriotism and public awareness of individual liberty. Anderson who performs his presentation dressed as Benjamin Franklin speaks to a series of 15 paintings that he commissioned: Art To Move A Nation focuses on the principles of America’s founding and Constitution.
In past presentations Anderson reminds his audience that, “The most important people in America are seekers of an education. . . .That means you! . . . In order to be an American, you need to know your history,” Anderson, reminds us that if people want to take away our being an American, take away our great heritage, if we don’t know who we are, it’s possible that could happen.
The paintings Anderson speaks too were painted by well-known Utah artists and beautifully portray scenes of significance to America’s Revolution and the country’s future. Anderson’s presentation is inspiring, providing an uplifting message that honors America’s past patriots and those who would defend our God given liberty today.
Guests will receive a FREE booklet commemorating the 240th Anniversary of the Beginning of the American Revolution • 17775-2015