is the grass any bluer...

is the grass any bluer...
on the other side?

Monday, June 6, 2011

Gatewood/Riley Benefit This Friday!

Goose Creek Symphony and Terrapin Hill Farm proudly request the honor of your presence to attend a musical concert to benefit the Gatewood/Riley 2011 campaign.

The event for Gatewood Galbraith for Governor 
and Dea Riley for Lt. Governor is Friday June 10th, 2011 beginning at 8:00 p.m. with the opening performance by Faubush Hill.

Camping is available for only $5; parking is $5.



You may also bring your pet, but they must be leashed, and you must purchase a $20 pet pass 

Food and concessions will be available, but coolers are welcome; alcohol allowed (none for sale).

$20.00 minimum donation per person/children under 12 free & accompanied by a parent. Pay at gate.

Gate opens at 12:00 EST

For more information: http://www.gatewood.com/
http://terrapinhillfarm.com/
http://goosecreeksymphony.com/



For more information contact Jenny Christian:
email: jennyc_77@yahoo.com 

phone: 859-221-0712

Paid for by Gatewood for Governor







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I would personally love to see Gatewood Galbraith and Dea Riley take charge of our State come November.  Although I have a deep respect for our current Governor Steve Beshear, we need the leadership of these two dynamic individuals to help Kentucky up and off the list of poorest and least educated states in the union.  Their purposeful actions on behalf of those who oppose mountain removal by the greedy coal companies have proven to me that Gatewood and Riley care about our natural resources and want to stop those who are destroying the land our ancestors cherished. Gatewood and Riley's commitment to helping Kentucky's economy is also another factor consider when casting my vote in the gubernatorial election.  If we harness the true resources our beautiful state has to offer and grow crops that are profitable, our farmers can regain their financial footholds.  





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