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Friday, September 09, 2005

Senator Byrd at Shepherd

Senator Byrd to present address on the Constitution
Friday Sept. 16 4:00 PM ( Please arrive by 3:45*)Storer Ballroom, Student Center
N. King St. Shepherd University, Shepherdstown

(* C-SPAN will cover the event live beginning at exactly 4 PM, so it is important to arrive early.)

Senator Byrd's presentation will be the first in an annual lecture series, the Tom E.
Moses Memorial Lecture on the U. S. Constitution, which is named in honor of
the late Tom Moses Tom was a tireless advocate of civil liberties and the Bill of Rights. He was involved in many community projects during the 27 years he lived in Jefferson County, including the founding of the Eastern Panhandle chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.

The lecture is part of the Constitution Day program at Shepherd University. There is no charge.

Following Senator Byrd's address there will be a reception across the
street in the Robert C. Byrd Center for Legislative Studies.

The Robert C. Byrd Center for Legislative Studies and the Shepherd
University Foundation will co-sponsor the annual lecture on the
Constitution in September each year. A fund for this lecture was
established by Mr. Moses' daughters and is administered by the
Shepherd University Foundation.

Hope you will be able to attend!


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