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           Welcome to Call to Decision 



Friday August 7th and Saturday August 8th 2009

Summersville Arena and Conference Center beside the National Guard Armory.

3 Armory Way

Summersville, WV  26651


Doors will open Friday at noon for the public to fellowship, meet with speakers and visit with the exhibitors. The conference will begin at 5 PM.

On Saturday doors will open at 8 AM and the conference will begin at 10 AM with a catered dinner from 2-4 PM and the meeting will end between 9 10 PM.

Speakers for both days include but are not limited to: 

Katherine Albrecht, Derry Brownfield, Jack McLamb, Texe Marrs, Joyce Riley VonKliest, Joan Veon & Melody Cedarstrom.  Brought to you by Pastor Butch Paugh and emceed by Greg Evensen.

Catered dinner by the Convention Center, on Saturday, is included in ticket price.  Single ticket price is $75 and 2 or more tickets are $70 each.

For tickets or more information call 1-800-777-4403 or 304-846-4448.  Email: ctdm@hotmail.com

Website: www.pastorbutch.com Mail:  Call to Decision 224 Hurd Rd. Nettie, WV 26681



Pastor Butch Paugh

Chuck Baldwin




Katherine  Albrecht

Author of Spychips


Derry Brownfield


-Devvy Kidd

Jack McLamb

Texe Marrs

Joyce Riley VonKleist

Joan Veon


Melody Cedarstrom

And others not yet confirmed


Date: August 08, 2009

Place: Summersville Arena and Conference Center

at Summersville Armory

GPS Coordinates: 38.304689, -80.828240

Get Map and Directions: Here

Doors open at 8:00 AM

Conference begins at 10:00 AM

Conference ends at approximately 9:00 PM to 10:00 PM

A meal catered by the Armory / Convention Center is included in ticket price.

Single ticket price is $75.00

Two(2) or more tickets, $70.00 each.

For tickets or more information:

Phone 800-777-4403

email ctdm@hotmail.com

Mail Call To Decision

224 Hurd RD.

Nettie, WV 26681


Message thru            Tracy   


"It does not take a majority to prevail... 

but rather an irate, tireless minority,

keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men."  

Samuel Adams