MEDIA ADVISORY - (Friday, February 1, 2013)
[Dallas County Press Conference “Ask Not…The Dallas County Day of Service” Honoring the Legacy of JFK with multi-city Participation]
[Dallas] – [This Monday, February 4, 2013, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins will announce, in a Press Conference, the Ask Not…The Dallas County Day of Service honoring the life and legacy of President John F. Kennedy. The service day is named after the President’s challenge made in his inauguration speech of January 20, 1961 where the words, “Ask not what your country can do for you…but what you can do for your country” came to define a legacy of service to one’s country. ]
Ask Not…The Dallas County Day of Service represents a County-wide effort which will be explained at the press conference with various City Mayors, officials and staff invited.
||Monday, February 4, 2013 at 10:00 a.m.
||Will Meet On the steps of the Old Red Museum (Corner of Commerce/Houston, Dallas)
Weather Permitting, we will escort the group from the steps of Old Red to the JFK Memorial directly adjacent to Old Red.
If raining, we will escort the group from the steps of Old Red to The Restoration Room in the Old Red Museum!
|NOTE: Parking is available in the Crowley Courts Parking Garage on Commerce and Houston (entrance is on the Commerce Street side). Parking vouchers will be available for purchase at $4 each from Old Red Guest Service desk located on the 1st floor (just park, purchase the voucher and show on the way out). As always there is Metered Parking on Commerce as well. (See Attached Directions/Voucher Statement)
Judge Clay Jenkins
Maria Arita, PIO