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Sun, Sep 15


Ponderosa Pines MH Village Clubhouse

New California Nevada Counties Town Hall & Potluck

Please join us at noon for a Potluck followed by President of New California State (NCS) Paul Preston, a dynamic and knowledgeable speaker presenting New California, a new state forming and will establish Constitutional representation for rural Californians.

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New California Nevada Counties Town Hall & Potluck
New California Nevada Counties Town Hall & Potluck

Time & Location

Sep 15, 2019, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Ponderosa Pines MH Village Clubhouse, 10135 Timberland Dr, Grass Valley, CA 95949

About The Event

New California State (NCS) Nevada County Committee Town Hall 

The NCS movement is in process of forming the 51st State of the Union following the Constitutional process (see Article IV Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution), the only legal and Constitutional pathway to a new state.  Not since 1861 when West Virginia became a Union State have the circumstances been present to give rise to a new state.

Since creating the NCS movement and declaring Independence on January 15, 2018, 44 out of the 58 California Counties have been certified to become active participating county committees in the NCS movement.  NCS expects to grow to include all rural counties and portions of counties representing as many as 52 counties total. When New California State is formed it will be the 6th largest state in the United States and will have 25 to 26 congressional seats. come learn the latest information about the New California State movement.

  • New California State Supports
    • Our 2nd Amendment Rights
    • Free Markets
    • Low Taxes
    • Water Rights
    • Right to Work
    • Fiscal Responsibility
    • And Much More!

    If interested in participating as a volunteer, please Sign Up to receive notifications of NCS meetings and Constitutional Conventions. Please note:  There will be ample time for questions and to mingle with other like-minded people who share your concerns for the USA and in particular, California.

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