Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Broken Borders

This semester for School Aaron took on a Debate Class for one of his elective classes (I know he is crazy, I would have chosen a pottery class). He has worked long and hard and getting ready for this upcoming debate that takes place tonight. He is very excited to be giving the opening and closing arguments. Here is a description on what it will be about...

The Utah Forensics Team is proud to announce its fall public event. This semester we will be focusing on the ongoing national debate regarding immigration reform, as well as recent developments related to this issue in Utah specifically. In addition to a demonstration debate featuring University of Utah debaters, the event will feature several speakers from the local community. Special guests include: Tony Yapias, former Director of the Utah State Office of Hispanic Affairs under Governors Michael Leavitt and Olene Walker; Rep. Mike Noel, Repub. - District 73, Rep. Chris Herrod, Repub. - District 62; and Dee Rowland, Government Liaison and Director of the Peace & Justice Commission for the Utah Catholic Diocese. The debate and discussion will last from 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM in the Fine Arts Auditorium.

***If anyone is interested in coming please let me know


Spence and Brit said...

Aaron, sounds awesome! Wish we could have been there. Please let us know if you have anything else coming up. We need to get together and hear all about how things went.

Kami said...

Sounds exciting! Yes, I finally started a blog:) It's a little plain, but I will keep working on it.