May Aug 2021
Leslie “Lee” Jeanfreau is a gifted communicator, accomplished life-coach, and an ardent defender of Liberty.
Ms. Jeanfreau’s communication skills were developed in part over her 30-year career as a vocal coach, guitar instructor, and performing artist.
Lee’s educational journey is broad and comprehensive, including, but not limited to certification as a Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) Instructor for women and children, Certified Health Coach, Certified Image Consultant, and Licensed Substance Use Disorder Counselor.
Leslie loves facilitating the personal growth possible during inflection points in life. Toward that end, Leslie applies her life experience and formal training at Chateau Recovery, a residential addiction and trauma recovery center in Midway, Utah. At Chateau, Lee was responsible for developing and implementing the Client Self Leadership Program, Family Support Program, Agency Support Program and continues to instruct weekly educational group sessions to individuals recovering from addiction and trauma.
An even deeper focus of Ms. Jeanfreau is the defense and promotion of the freedoms afforded through the Constitution of the United States. Ms. Jeanfreau believes our nation is experiencing a constitutional crisis with fundamental freedoms eroded in significant measure due to widespread civic ignorance. The remedy being in large part – constitutional literacy.
Toward that end, Lee hosts continual Patriot Academy constitution courses online and in-person. Her students have included a Utah state legislator, community leaders and concerned citizens throughout the United States. Lee has become a resource to individuals, families and schools seeking effective tools to attain constitutional literacy and involvement in this Great American Experiment.
“That this nation under God shall have a new birth of freedom; and that government of the people, by the people and for the people shall not perish from the earth.” (Abraham Lincoln)
Utah Lt. Governor Spencer J. Cox – Constitution Day
Utah Rep. Chris Stewart – Constitution Day PSA
Gary Richard Herbert Govenor os Utah – Constitution Day.
Lions Clubs International – Is the world’s largest service organization. Their motto is “We Serve” and they do so with 1.4M members throughout 200+ countries around the world. Their community service focus areas are Youth, Hunger, Diabetes, Childhood Cancer, Vision, and Environment.
Liberty Lives Forever – Exists to supply pocket Constitution books containing the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution to ‘We the People’ with a focus on students.
Steps to implement Pocket Constitution Book Program
- Meet with the School District Superintendent to discuss how the Lions club could provide a great learning program for their 5th grade students. Notes: Show them the free book and be flexible with the schools and their schedules!
- Establish what type of program works best for that particular school (e.g. short essay, quiz, test, a Constitution Bee (like a Spelling Bee), etc. Note: Encourage children to use self-study questions within the Constitution Booklets to gauge learning.
- Have someone (Lions, public officials, service organizations, Veterans, business leaders, etc.) speak to the 5th grade class about the importance of the U.S. Constitution and give each student a U.S. Pocket Constitution book.
- Encourage schools to hold some sort of fun event to gauge or assess student learning and one that celebrates Constitution Day on September 17, 2019. . Note: Clubs can provide an “incentive to study” through cash awards and/or prizes to the schools that participated.
- Reach out to the local community TV station (if there is one), to videotape the Constitution Bee (or event) and show it on their local TV channel.
- The Sorenson Grant requires you to report back to the district on your program’s success, what school(s) participated, how many students participated, type of activity, competition winners, etc.
- Write an article about this program for the Lions Magazine with photos, testimonials, local publicity, new members generated, etc.