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Dear ISRA Algonquin Town Hall Members,

If you’ve been to an ISRA Town Hall NW meeting this year, don’t forget to join us at the December 13th meeting for the big giveaway. You’ve been great supporters of the ISRA Town Hall NW group and we would like to give a little back as our way to say thank you.

Allen Skillicorn will be on hand to talk about the ammo serialization bill.

Thank you to our donors.  Please consider visiting our special sponsors below!

Moochies Gun Shop:            Pistol

Concealment Solutions:       Holster

LaJoy Precision:                    Holster

Safe Direction:                       Safe Direction® Ballistic Pistol Transport Case

DS Arms:                                AR15 upper

DS Arms:                                AR15 upper

Second Amendment Sports:   A very special prize and visit

Come hungry and support our host Colonial Cafe 2555 West Bunker Hill Drive Algonquin, IL

Phone : (847) 458-6600!

Note from the home office:

ISRA Members who have attended the past year will be entered into an ISRA Town Hall NW drawing for a pistol to be drawn at the December 13, Meeting. This will be cumulative:  The more times you have attended an ISRA Town Hall NW meeting as an ISRA member, the more times you will be entered in the drawing. Join us to increase your chances for next year!  You can only win one prize. You must be present to win and an ISRA member. Winners must have a valid FOID card and be eligible to take possession of the pistol. Winners will be drawn with Random.org.

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Getting involved with the DTRO was easy, and took little time. It allowed me to vastly expand my knowledge of government and become a part of it. I hope you will join me today.

Jay Radke

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Marc Collura