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President Thomas Jefferson is asked to discuss the differences between a democracy and a republic. Clay S. Jenkinson asks listeners to send in a list of five things America could to do to become more of a republic again.
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Clay S. Jenkinson portrays Theodore Roosevelt for a fundraiser for Browns Canyon National Monument, sponsored by the Friends of Browns Canyon, at the Salida High School Auditorium. Time and details to be announced. For more information, contact Keith Baker at email@example.com
Theodore Roosevelt, as portrayed by Clay S. Jenkinson, pays a visit to Montrose once again. The event is sponsored by the Uncompahgre Valley Association along with the National Parks Service Centennial celebration. Tickets available online at tickets.montrosepress.com or call (970) 240-4739.
Clay S. Jenkinson, as Thomas Jefferson, will perform two shows with John Williams at 10 AM and 1 PM at the Minnesota History Center. Ticket information to follow.
Clay S. Jenkinson, as Thomas Jefferson, is once again teamed with his friend, John Williams of WGN and WCCO radio, for two shows with John and Mr. Jefferson: 10 AM and 1 PM College of DuPage. More information at www.wgnradio.com
Time of event and more details to come.
Clay S. Jenkinson, as J. Robert Oppenheimer, Father of the Atomic Bomb at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, sponsored by the Bainbridge Island Historical Society. Time is to be announced. For more information, contact Karen Beirle at firstname.lastname@example.org