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39th Annual Hmong International Freedom Festival (J4) July 6-7th 2019

It’s never to early to begin planning to attend the Annual Hmong International Freedom Festival aka J4.  This year it will be on July 6th & 7th, the first weekend in July.  There is always great food, great sports tournaments at J4.


Seeking 2019 Freedom Festival Volunteers!

A note from the Freedom Festival Committee:

“Are you passionate about giving back to the community, creating change, and applying your various skills? Help us with the largest outdoor Hmong event in the Midwest!”

Become a Volunteer to help out Forms available here


Vendors:

Small and local businesses power the Hmong community. The Freedom Festival offers 6 different types of vendor booths:  Merchandise, Food, Display, Bubble Tea/Ice Cream/Beverage, Food Truck, and Food Booth.

For 2019 Hmong International Freedom Festival vendor information Please click the link below to be redirected to the vendors area.

2019 Hmong International Freedom Festival Vendor’s Page

 


Sports Teams

This festival has two big draws, food and sports.  Want to compete for great prizes? or have a team that you want to have take part of the event, Applications for sport competitions are available shortly.

See the Map below for where sports teams will be competing.

2019 Hmong International Freedom Festival Sports Map.

 


For more information:

Website:  www.theunitedhmongfamily.org/freedomfestival

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/TheUnitedHmongFamily

Email: info@theunitedhmongfamily.org

Phone:  651-447-2074

Address:  2385 ARIEL ST. N MAPLEWOOD, MN 55109 Map


This post is a courtesy to the United Hmong Family, to visitors, and to St Paul Residents.  We are reposting an article with permission by saintpaulrepublicans.us.  MN HD 66B Republicans are not associated with the organization and we do not receive any compensation for posting this material. ~~ admin

MN HD 66B Republicans Endorse Mikki Murray to be CD4 Republican Chair

At the House District 66B Republican Convention on February 9, 2019 the delegates unanimously endorsed Mikki Murray to be the next Fourth Congressional District (CD4) Republican Chair.

If elected Mikki Murray will be the first Saint Paul Resident since Rory Koch was elected to the Chair position in 2007.

Mikki Murray has served as a Vice Chair for the current term from 2017-2019.  She hadn’t planned on running for Vice Chair then until Tom Polachek who had been nominated suggested she run too.

The current CD4 Republican Deputy Chair Karen Bauman had suggested to Vice Chair Murray to run for the Chair position.

In her speech to her own House District Convention, Mikki Murray said Saint Paul is vital to winning in statewide campaigns, and in the Congressional District against the incumbent Rep Betty McCollum. Mikki Murray is optimistic that by diligent work Republicans can chip away at the Democrats control of the District.


We Minnesota House District 66B Republicans pray for your success Mikki!

Imagine Our City

Information below from Saint Paul City Website: https://www.stpaul.gov/imagine-our-city

Imagine Our City


Click Link To Join The Conversation

“2018 was an incredible year in Saint Paul. We achieved so much for our city together. Join the conversation in February as we hold Imagine Our City events to shape the future of Saint Paul together!” ~ Mayor Carter

See images below for meeting dates and locations.


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If you can’t join the Mayor at one of his Imagine Our City events, tell him what you want to talk about in 2019 by going to the below link sharing you priorities by filling out the form.

Form looks like this:

Picture of form found at https://www.stpaul.gov/imagine-our-city

Want to talk about something that’s not listed here? Send an email to mayor@ci.stpaul.mn.us!

For Residents Of Saint Paul: We Want Your Feedback

Here are the survey results.

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Do you live within the City of Saint Paul? 

Please complete this survey to help us know what issues or topics are most important to you.  This will help us know what areas we should focus on for the next couple of years.  WHAT MATTERS MOST TO YOU? This could be initiatives you want to see the city to continue to pursue or initiatives the city has prioritized that you feel shouldn’t be a priority.

Click on the link or scan the QR code to take the survey.

What Matters Most To Me As A Resident of Saint Paul

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There is also a meeting scheduled for January 26th to discuss the preliminary results of the survey and to continue the conversation of coming together to be conservative activists in Saint Paul.  The meeting is for Saint Paul residents only.

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