It is my extreme pleasure and honor to announce the International Court System’s inclusion in the United States Congressional Record on June 8th, 2010, in recognition of our 45th Anniversary.
The United States Congressional Record is a publishing of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress (the bicameral legislature of the federal government of the United States of America) on a daily basis when the bodies are in Session. The Congressional Record also includes the official entering of statements made to congratulate, honor or otherwise recognize the achievements by people, organizations or causes within the United States.
The ICS is one of the first national organizations to be included in the Congressional Record. Representative Susan Davis addressed the 11th Session of the United States Congress, composed of 535 persons, on the 8th of June with the transcript attached. Mrs. Davis marked the achievements of the ICS over the course of 45 years, recognized our beloved Founder Empress I José and described some achievements of our Queen Mother I of the Americas Empress Nicole the Great.
In honoring the ICS’s legacy of activism and philanthropy, the recording of the ICS in the Congressional Record is a permanent mark of the impact of the ICS on our communities. Please join me in proudly displaying and announcing such an historic event as we continue our important work of Noble Deeds in North America. Feel free to include in your Coronation Programs, Court Newsletters and any other materials used to promote.
This historic document is a salute of recognition of 45 years of all of our work.