I'm very supportive of this initiative. As in any association movement - trying to make it happen involves harmonizing with the personal and demographic differences. That's OK. One size -will never fit ALL. WE do NEED to MEET and GREET and learn WHO we are, and how we can become aneffective political force. I expect WE are already a strong factor in contacting legislative representatives, voting, etc. My wife & I will most likely fall-in with the group at the "sit-down" phase (resturaunt, whatever). We ARE however a very visible part of the OC movement in the Springs. Because my wife & I are retired we are able to engage in the practice of OC on a daily basis - pretty much everywhere we go - because we can pick & choose where we go. I am particularly interested in legal aspects of our 2nd & 13th enumerated civil right as it affects Colorado residents. We are blessed to be living in Colorado - not just because of the Rockies , but to have one of the most freedom friendly state constitutions in the Union. - even though Colorado Revised Statutes ( and Denver ordinances)require some amending to be brought into harmony with the Colorado Constitution. " Endeavor to persevere ".