To restore limited
government, fiscal responsibility, and accountable representation through
citizen activism and education, in order to preserve the Constitution of the
United States of America.
Generally, the 4th Monday each month, except when holidays intervene.
All meetings start at 6:30 pm. Please note our new location,
Traditions of Reagan Park, 1176 Kingwood Dr, Avon 46123.
Kingwood Drive is located approximately 2 tenths of a mile west of Ronald
Reagan Parkway on 10th street on the north side of 10th street. It is the
first paved public street on the north side of 10th street after passing
Ronald Reagan parkway. (directions)
Click on the "contact" tab for map and directions.
Dec 7 or 8
You heard it on WYRZ or on the
the 9/11 show..
A five dollar McDonalds
gift card will be issued to each of the first five individuals that
answer the following question correctly.
What are considered to be the 4
founding documents and who is the only person to sign every one?
Send the two answers, your name,
and mailing address to
Appreciation Day and
Thursday September 17
Celebrate The Law
and Law Enforcement Officers
you know there has been a drastic increase in violence and violent attacks
against police all over this country. Police now put their lives on the line
everyday just by wearing their uniforms in public.
Thursday September 17th is Constitution Day. Indy Defenders of Liberty felt
there couldn’t be a better way of recognizing that day than by celebrating
not only our US Constitution, the Supreme Law of the Land, but the police
officers and law enforcement who have sworn an oath to defend it and fellow
To honor our police officers and the Constitution, Indy Defenders of Liberty
is promoting Thursday September 17th as Police Appreciation and Constitution
Day. We are inviting everyone to join with us in this celebration.
We have created a list of ideas which we felt can help honor our police and
celebrate Our Constitution that day:
- Wear Blue shirts - appropriate messages can be
added for a personal touch.
- Wear blue ribbons.
- Turn your headlights on when driving that day.
- Put a sign in/on your car supporting your local
- Write a letter to the sheriff and local law
enforcement thanking them for their service and send a note to anyone you
know who is in law enforcement.
- Make a point to personally thank a police officer
- Have local business post signs in their locations
thanking and honoring police.
- Put signs at your local police station.
- Coordinate a local community thank you.
- Place a blue light bulb in your front porch lights
and turn on that evening.
- Read the Constitution at your local town hall.
- Call in to a radio show and mention Constitution
Day and try and read short part of it.
We are sure you can think of many other ways to honor
our police and Constitution that day. We invite you to use your ideas !
Please your ideas with us !
Please pass along this day of recognition day to others you know.