Meet former Republican Congressman Virgil Goode.
















Saturday, April 30 at 5:00pm - 9:30pm

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Constitution Delaware invites you to enjoy an exquisite diner at Trevi Ristorante
Location: Trevi Ristorante 53 E Glenwood Ave, Smyrna DE. 302-653-7205
























THIS IS AN RSVP
$100.00 Per Person
THIS WILL INCLUDE:
1 APPRTIZER
1 ENTREE DINNER FROM THE SELECTIONS LISTED ON TREVI'S RISTERANTE MENU
1 DESSERT
SOFT DRINK, ICED/HOT TEA OR COFFEE
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ARE NOT INCLUDED IN PRICE
Trevi Ristorante Dinner Menu

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Virgil Goode grew up as a Democrat, entering politics soon after graduating University of
VA School of Law winning a special election to the state Senate from a Southside district
as an independent after the death of the Democratic incumbent.

In January 2000, he declared himself an independent and began caucusing with the
Republicans, who gave him a seat on the Appropriations Committee and remained in
office until 2009, (Virgil Goode served the 5th District of Virginia from 1997-2009) when he
decided not to seek re-election then becoming a one of the Board of Directors for the
Constitution Party National Party.
He has always touted himself as a congressman who was "as independent as the people
he serves.

Other guest speakers will be announced.

Come enjoy an exquisite diner at Trevi Ristorante, for more information contact; Brittany
Overton at: 302-233-2404 or Mina Lofland at: -302-653-7205 Email:
constitutionpartyde@yahoo.com



























Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain)
The Trevi Fountain is the most famous fountain in Rome, located in Trevi Square
in the Quirinale district. In 1732, Pope Clement XII commissioned Nicola Salvi to
create this large fountain, that was completed in 1762. The central figure of the
fountain is Neptune, the god of the sea. The sea horses that are pulling his
chariot represent the fluctuating moods of the sea, one calm and obedient and
the other restive. Above the scultures are bas-reliefs, including one of Agrippa,
the general who built the aqueduct that is responsible for carrying water to the
fountain. Legend has it that if you toss a coin into the fountain (over your
shoulder with your back to the fountain) that you will return to Rome.
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