Today, we want to share with you a message from Pamela Browne . . .
Tune in this Sunday to a radio tribute to Harry Browne
In June 2005, Downsize DC President Jim Babka (Harry's 2000 Presidential Campaign Press Secretary) took over guest-hosting Harry's political radio show and hosted more than 25 episodes. After Harry passed, Jim hosted five hours of tributes (one episode of his own show, "The Downsize DC Conference Call", and two episodes of Harry's radio show) signing off the final episode of Harry's show on March 11, 2006.
During last year's memorial shows, Harry was memorialized by friends and colleagues. Then in August, friends gathered for a Memorial Service and shared their eulogies and remembrances. But not everyone was ready or able to participate in those events.
So this Sunday, approximately one year from Harry's passing on March 1st, Jim will be joined on "The Downsize DC Conference Call" by guest co-host David Bergland (former LP Chair, 1984 Presidential nominee, 1996 Campaign Chair for the Harry Browne for President campaign, and the husband of Sharon Ayres who was Harry's campaign manager that year) for a one-hour memorial show.
Sunday's program is about YOU -- a chance for you to share your thoughts about Harry.
The ONE-HOUR show broadcasts at 4 PM Eastern (3 PM Central, 2 PM Mountain, and 1 PM Pacific).
I hope you'll participate in Sunday's show. Here's how to do so:
* Call the program 1(800)259-9231
* E-mail the show using "call at DownsizeDC dot org"
The show broadcasts on: KLID 1340-AM, Poplar Bluff, Missouri; WBCR 1470-AM Maryville, Tennessee; and WKLP 1390-AM Keyser, West Virginia. Sometimes, it's on Radio Free Austin.
But for most of us, the best way to tune in is via the internet at the Genesis Communications Network website at:
Jim Babka's tributes to Harry last year meant a lot to me. (In the event you'd like to listen to them they're archived at the DownsizeDC.org blog.) I listen to Jim's show regularly, and I will definitely be listening to this Sunday's tribute to Harry. I hope you'll join me.
Pamela Wolfe Browne