Video highlights from the EAI 20th Anniversary Dinner

The Ethan Allen Institute’s 20TH Anniversary Dinner a great success. Thank you to everyone who participated in a truly fun and inspiring event. About two hundred sixty people packed the Emerald Ball Room at the Sheraton to honor and poke some fun at EAI founder, John McClaughry. Thanks to our speakers, John Mitchell, Governor Tom Salmon, and Governor Jim Douglas, for their wit and wisdom, and to Rusty Dewees “The Logger” for bringing down the house. Special thanks to our sponsors, who made the dinner and our activities possible and to Johnston Consulting for their good work in making everything come off smoothly. And, of course, thanks to John McClaughry for his 20 years of service to the Institute, and for his lifetime of service to the cause of American Liberty.
For those who wanted to be there but couldn’t be, click HERE for photos from the event, and below are some video highlights from the evening. (Apologies to John Mitchell, for whom, due to a technical glitch, we lost the opening portion of his most excellent remarks.) Click on the pictures to watch….
John Mitchell
Salmon Remarks
Douglas RemarksMcClaughry Remarks
The Logger

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