Summer National Convention 2019
Connectivity and Responsibility
Exploring an aspect of theosophy related to the Three Fundamental Propositions as proposed by HP Blavatsky, in todays world. What does Theosophy and modern science have to share with us on these ideas.
Betty Bland, past National President of the Theosophical Society in America and now retired to Raleigh, North Carolina, has presented workshops and lectures on the spiritual life both in the United States and abroad. Her professional life has included work as a teacher, employment counselor, systems analyst, and entrepreneur. In addition to being a social activist, she sings in the choir and plays the bells at her local Episcopal Church; volunteers at a “Cat House,” SAFE Haven for Cats a no-kill, adoptive cat rescue; and chairs a local Theosophical Study Center.
David H. Bland. During Betty’s tenure as TSA President, David's corporate and government experience served him well in managing QuestBooks Publishing House, a multimillion dollar Capital Funds Campaign, and several major renovation projects that the TSA Board undertook. After retiring to Raleigh, NC, David immersed himself in a Senior Learning program at North Carolina State University, the state and local political scene, and a nationwide social justice campaign to address the social and economic divide that threatens our Nation.
Venue: Napier Girls High School
Dates: Thursday 17 January 2019 evening to Wednesday 23 January 2019 (departures after breakfast)
AGM: Friday 18 January 2019 starting at 9.15am
Convention registration: For members of the Theosophical Society