• Do you have plans for this Saturday, the day before Mother’s Day?

    Kick your Saturday morning off by joining us at The Forum’s May 8th meeting from 9am-11am MT.

    Bring along a friend or two to hear from two very interesting people as admission is only $3 per person or 2 people for $5.

    Social distancing and masks are required per the Tri-County Health Department.


    Luke Ragland, along with Jayne Schindler, will be speaking and taking your questions.

    Their biographies are listed below.


    Luke will be discussing education and school choice issues in Colorado while Jayne will talk about Theodor Geisel and cancel culture.


    Theodor Geisel?

    Who’s that?

    You might know him by his pen name, Dr. Seuss.

    In elementary school, most youngsters read his books.

    But that may be changing.


    We meet at 1305 West 121st Avenue in Westminster.  We’re unable to serve a continental breakfast due to COVID restrictions.
















    Luke is the President of Ready Education Network. Prior to joining Ready Colorado and launching Ready Education Network, he served as Vice President of Policy at Colorado Succeeds, a coalition of business leaders focused on improving the state’s education system. Luke led the organization’s legislative, judicial, and policy strategies. He played a key role in developing and passing policies that increased school choice, protected taxpayer accountability, and defended tenure reforms.

    Previously, Luke practiced complex commercial litigation at a law firm in Denver. He also spent time working in the White House, where he authored political briefs for President Bush and other cabinet-level officials. Luke coordinated political and official events for the President to help elect Republican candidates across the country.

    Luke is a fourth-generation Coloradan who grew up working for his family’s logging company in rural southwestern Colorado. He currently lives in Denver with his wife and daughter.



    Jayne is President and Director of Colorado’s chapter of Phyllis Schlafly’s Eagle Forum since 1973

    GOP activist for 50 years in local, county, state, and national politics, serving in numerous positions with Adams County Republican Party

    Editor and researcher for The Forum Newspaper, originating in Colorado with a nationwide circulation for 25 years, with in-depth research and reports on children’s authors, where they came from and why they were sought out for children’s books after becoming established for their adult works.  The two most prominent being Theodore Seuss and Shel Silverstein.

    Served on Adams County school textbook committees, evaluating books recommended by National Library Association


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