(CENTREVILLE) – Several hundred people attended a special event in Centreville Friday.
A Constitution Day assembly was held in downtown Centreville on M-86. The gathering was hosted by Jack Coleman, who is a candidate for the 59th District State Representative seat. Coleman shared he came up with this idea in April and saw it grow as more people wanted to become involved as presenters.
The headline speakers were Ted and Shemane Nuget. Shemane Nugent challenged the crowd to get involved and not just stand back if they see something that is wrong. LINKC.
Ted Nugent followed his wife and continued with her message. LINKD.
Several others spoke during the event that went on throughout the afternoon.
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