July 20, 2008

Update: 07/20/2008

Filed under: Keystone United News — Keystone United @ 12:10 am

This weekend Keystone United held its 7th annual family BBQ outside Harrisburg. The afternoon was filled with food, music, athletics, games, and most important of all friendship and family. Regardless of temperatures in the high 90’s with heavy humidity, just under 100 people attended this annual event. Some people coming for the first time and many who have joined us again. We have some pictures coming on the way and hopefully some videos…

We would like to thank everyone who came out to our event from throughout the state and the East coast. We would personally like to extend a thank you to a certain family who live in Ireland and took time out of their US family vacation (8+ hour drive) to join us. Thank you everyone, it is truly a joy to see so many people together in one place sharing.

Several Keystone United members were in attendance for British author David Irving’s American Lecture Tour dates in Philadelphia and Baltimore, Maryland. On several other dates Mr. Irving had encountered resistance from local Communists and troublemakers. However, the Philadelphia and Baltimore dates went on without problem.

Mr. Irving shared several great stories regarding his imprisonment in Austria, as well as discussed several of his famed writings and future works. Afterwards he autographed copies of his works and opened the forum for questions and discussion. We would like to wish Mr. Irving safe travel through the remainder of his US tour and back to his home in England.


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