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Mark Baird will be speaking 11-15-14 on Liberty Tour

Liberty Tour

Nov. 14, 2014
Dinner at 5 p.m.
Calvary Christian Center, 2620 Colusa Hwy
Yuba City, CA.

Nov. 15, 2014
Doors open 8 a.m. – Program starts 8:30 a.m.
Church of Glad Tidings, 1179 Eager Rd.
Live Oak, CA.

Hear the truth –
Take a stand –

Presented by Paul Preston   


Featuring Sheriff Richard Mack
And Cliven Bundy
Clare Lopez – Retired CIA
Mark Baird – State of Jefferson
Larry Pratt – Gun Owners of America
Dan Johnson – PANDA
Dr. Jim Garrow – Retired CIA
Shannon Grove
Register by calling: 888-857-6220
Admission costs from $40, $85 & $95 Students $15 pre-register

Trinity County: Mark Baird gave a great presentation to Board of Supervisors

Here’s what happened at yesterday’s Trinity County Board of Supervisors’ meeting.

Trinity County Supervisor Chairman Judy Pflueger invited Mark Baird to give a presentation on the Jefferson Declaration project to establish a State of Jefferson. Mrs. Pflueger had attended an earlier Town Hall and wanted the rest of the Board to hear about the possibilities in a new state.

This Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2014 meeting was a very well attended meeting with about 65 crowding into the board room. Late-comers had to stand out in the foyer, because all the seats and standing room along the walls was taken!

Mark Baird’s address was flawless and hit on all the major points. You could see that minds were being opened to the idea and it’s possibility as he spoke.

Then, several of the board members had very good questions, which Mark was easily able to answer.

There was a question about the finances that Mark wanted to check into before he gave an answer and Supervisor Karl Fisher was nominated to be the go- between to get that information.

We know that Judy Pflueger and Debra Chapman will no longer be on the board January, so we will need to go back again when the new supervisors are installed.

In the meantime, Rob Oakley and Richard Seel will be working hard at educating and getting the word out about Jefferson. If you can help, please contact them.

Their contact info can be found at
Click on “TRINITY’ page

Mark Trinity 11-14-14 reg

Above is Mark Baird speaking to the Trinity County Board of Supervisors supported with a full-house crowd.

Below are the Trinity County Board of Supervisors

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Trinity County: Presentation by Mark Baird to Board of Supervisors regarding creating State of Jefferson 11-12-14

Trinity County: Presentation by Mark Baird to Board of Supervisors regarding creating State of Jefferson 11-12-14

The State of Jefferson will be presented On

9 am
Board of Supervisors

The Community Meeting Room at the Main Branch of the Trinity County Library.

It is located in Weaverville, on Highway 299W at Red Hill Road, across the street from the US Forest Service Building.

State of Jefferson Town Hall in Weaverville

Trinity Gazette

October 2014 Editon

By Liz Bowen
Jefferson News

Mark Baird and the Jefferson Declaration Committee continued to travel this past month speaking at Town Halls and a county supervisor meeting.
“Things are moving at a fast pace,” said Baird, who continues to drive up and down Northern California as county grassroots committees organize meetings and find support growing for splitting from the State of California.
This last month, Town Hall meetings were held in Placer, Lassen and Nevada Counties with interested folks asking questions regarding the statehood process. Currently, the Jefferson Committee is putting together a “Steps to Statehood” DVD, which explains the basic first steps as well as the nuts and bolts of the project.
Baird addressed the Plumas County Board of Supervisors on Oct. 14th and was kept answering questions for an hour by inquisitive supervisors. “Things look good there,” said Baird. “Several of the supervisors were quite interested.”
Coming up in November, the Colusa County Committee is holding a Town Hall in Maxwell at the Maxwell Inn on Nov. 9, 2014 at 2 p.m. All those interested in hearing about the viability of a new state are invited to attend.
Then on Nov. 12, 2014, Baird will be giving a presentation to the Trinity County Board of Supervisors. The time on the agenda has not yet been set.
On Nov. 15th, Baird will speak about the State of Jefferson at the “Liberty Tour” in Live Oak. The day begins at 8:30 the Church of Glad Tidings on 1179 Eager Rd. It is a two-day event that starts at 5 p.m. on Nov. 14 with a dinner at the Calvary Christian Center, 2620 Colusa Hwy in Yuba City. The “Liberty Tour” is presented by Paul Preston of Agenda 21 Register by calling 888-857-6220. Admission ranges from $15 for students to $95.
Also on Nov. 15, the Tehama Jefferson Committee is hosting a Sporting Clay Tournament as a fundraising event. Time is 8 a.m. for signups. It will be held at the Rolling Hills Casino. Each county is invited to send delegates to shoot for a great cause. Lunch and awards ceremony will take place after the shooting and non-shooters are welcome.
Cost per shooter is $100 and $20 for non shooter. Lunch is included for both. Call Karin Knorr at 530-824-4035 to enter. Please enter or RSVP by Thurs. Oct. 30, 2014.
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