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Your Questions, Answered

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I join a meeting for the first time?

Visit us on alternating Sunday evenings  (see meeting calendar on Events page). Meetings are held at the old GI Forum, now known as Forum 619, located at 619 S. Greeley Hwy, Cheyenne, right across from Safeway. Meetings  start at 3 PM and typically end about 5 PM,  but if the speaker is particularly interesting and the conversation is hot, we may visit a little longer. 

Forum 619 provides the space and coffee. They have a full bar and you're on your own for any libations. The eats are usually a potluck, so bring something to share if you'd like (not required).  

Join our email list so you'll be up to date on what's going on at the Coalition. You can also find us on Facebook here, and Twitter (X) here

Do I have to be a member to participate?

While you don't have to be a member to attend,  you can't vote unless you are a member. Becoming a member is easy! When you attend your first meeting, complete a brief postcard application and pay the membership fee of $10. Membership is easier if an active member sponsors you, but it is not required. There are some folks who are very interested in our group's success, yet are not members. Because they have donated time, money or in-kind gifts, they are considered Supporting Members. They can't vote, but participate in events and meetings as they desire. 

Although all are welcome, we not here argue with liberals or RINOs. We're not here to educate folks who think big government, big spending, and top heavy government "leadership" is the solution to our problems. 

What does Conservation Coalition 307 do?

We are officially here to inform citizens about local, state and national politics and conservative issues. We believe that many citizens are only beginning to realize how government at every level  has grown and taken over, and want to get involved. We're committed to developing informed voters! 


We have hosted political advocacy and lobbying training, and made citizens aware of those politicians who are honest, those who do not tell the truth, those who need help, and those who need to choose a different job! We share fact-based information so that voters can make an informed choice. We invite political candidates to speak and answer questions, so our members will be ready when they cast their ballots.


We strive to be good neighbors, and good citizens. Members help with manpower as needed for elections, poll-watching, serve as election judges,  and visit meetings of the Legislature and committees. Many members attend School Board meetings, County GOP meetings, City Council meetings, etc. We keep our eyes on the elected, and raise public awareness of political issues at every opportunity.   


We welcome your ideas about what more needs to be done!

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