Parenting Rights Convention Weekend Agenda

Hotel Utica, Utica, New York
April 15-17, 2011

Friday,  April 15, 2011,  7 pm

Meet and Greet with three time Super Bowl winner Tim McKyer and parenting rights attendees at the Hotel lobby and Lamplighter Room. Media interviews will be followed by social gathering and autographs.

Saturday,  April 16, 2011,  7 am

Morning brunch to discuss topics of general interest, Group introductions and current events. Tentatively scheduled for 1912 Room at Hotel Utica, subject to alternate location and time.

Saturday,  April 16, 2011,  2 pm

Main Event:  Public Forum at Hotel Utica, Saranac Room. Featured speakers will be followed by open public microphone to receive statements and testimony from attendees. Subjects will be incorporated into a formal report for submission to the U.S. Justice Department, President, federal and state officials and select members of Congress. Speakers include the following:

Chris DiMaggio, television host: Families in Transition, Long Island, New York

Purple Heart Soldier Presentation

L. Wilson, Executive Director, We the People Family Preservation, Coshocton, Ohio

Debra Young, Justice for Families and Children, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Gregg Fischer, Parenting Legislative Advocate, New York City

Tim McKyer, Fathers’ Rights Advocate and former three time NFL Super Bowl winner

Leon Koziol, J.D., founder of Parenting Rights Institute, civil rights advocate

Saturday, April 16, 2011, 7 pm

Group sessions to discuss cooperative efforts and public input

Sunday,  April 17, 2011, 1 pm

Strategy session for reform and rally in Washington D. C.

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