Youngstown Torch Club Invitation

The newly elected president of the Youngstown Torch Club has invited any interested persons from the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies or any students of philosophy to their meetings that take place in Kilcawley Center every month. The first meeting of the 2015–2016 season will be Sept 21st. The schedule is: 5:30 social time; 6 to 7 PM dinner; 7:15 Discussion Time. September’s topic is historical, economic and philosophic: “The Nashville Experiment 1863: how should the Market be regulated”. Anyone is invited to any phase of our meeting. If you are interested, please contact Don Butler, at 330–856–5897


History of the Torch Club (from the International Torch Club website:

From ancient times a torch has been a symbol of Light and Truth. It is the same today. Torch International proudly uses the torch, with the addition of a triangle – – a symbol of Deity – – Recognizing the source of all intelligence as its emblem. The Association of Torch Clubs was founded on June 18, 1924 by William Bullock, who had the vision of forming an association of clubs across the country with a purpose of broadening intellectual and social horizons. “The objective,” he said, “is to be cultural and educational, to get light and understanding on all vital subjects.”

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