|HSLDA||August 1, 2006|
Registration Open for Regional Seminar
Home School Legal Defense Association is excited to team with homeschool leaders in Tennessee to present this year’s HSLDA regional homeschool parent and leader seminar.
The parent-youth event is not a homeschool conference in the sense that we won’t have a vendors’ hall and all the things that normally accompany a state or local conference. Our goal is to encourage and equip homeschool leaders and support group members to advance the Kingdom of God through homeschooling for the long-term. In addition, our student program will encourage, instruct, and excite the youth on how to get involved civically and make a difference.
The conference will be held in conjunction with the Smoky Mountain Home Education Association (SMHEA) and the Tennessee Home Education Association (THEA) in Knoxville, at Park West Church of God on August 25-26, 2006.
Featured speakers for the adult portion of the conference include J. Michael Smith, Esq., president of HSLDA, Dewitt T. Black, III, Esq., HSLDA staff attorney for Tennessee and other states, and Scott Woodruff, Esq., staff attorney for Virginia and other states.
Ned Ryun, director of Generation Joshua, will lead the student seminar.
Homeschoolers interested in the conference should register as soon as possible as we can only accommodate the first 300 adults and 200 teens. Early registration is only open until August 8. Registrants can save $10 per couple and $5 for each student if registrations are postmarked or faxed by the August 8 deadline.
Questions or comments can be directed to Cory Bennett at (865) 675-3073.