FreedomWorks at Boca on Thursday 1/4/17

Please Join us on

Thursday, January 4,2018 at Boca Raton

for


Alan Page, Southeast Director

and


Kathy Hartkopf, Grassroots Coordinator

FreedomWorks

For over a quarter century, FreedomWorks has identified, educated, and actuated citizens who are enthused about showing up to support free enterprise and constitutionally limited government.

They are not primarily a “think-tank,” content to study the issues and publish papers and reports. FreedomWorks breaks down the barriers between the beltway insiders and grassroots America.

FreedomWorks members know that government goes to those who show up. That’s why they give them the tools to break through the media noise and provide the same access to Washington as the big-moneyed lobbyists.

Preserving liberty depends on all Americans having access to their elected officials—not just special interests. FreedomWorks holds Washington accountable to the citizens that put them in office.

FreedomWorks was originally founded as Citizens for a Sound Economy in 1984. Founded to fight for liberty, they brought together some of the best and brightest minds of the liberty movement. Since then, they’ve expanded their ambitions from a free-market think tank to a service center for the grassroots freedom movement across the whole country.


Thursday, January 4 2018, 6:30PM
Boca Community Center
150 Crawford Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33432
(561) 393-7807
MAP

Please RSVP:


Allen Page is the Southeast Director for FreedomWorks. He has been With FreedomWorks for 16 years. Allen works closely with the conservative and liberty minded groups in the southeast. Before joining FreedomWorks, Allen worked in grassroot campaigns for former Rep. Coble, former Senator John East, former Senator Jesse Helms, former Senator Duncan Faircloth and former senator Steve Symms.

Education: B.A,. Elon College

Kathy Hartkopf is a grassroots coordinator for FreedomWorks. She works directly with FreedomWorks activists, educating and empowering them to stand together for lower taxes, less government, and more freedom. Kathy joined FreedomWorks (then Citizens for a Sound Economy), as a grassroots activist in 2000, when CSE formed in her county to help citizens fight an egregious bond referendum.

Education: A.A., Peace College; Graduated Fellow of the Institute of Political Leadership, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and East Carolina University.

FreedomWorks at Wellington on Wednesday 1/3/18

Please Join us on

Wednesday, January 3,2018 at Wellington

for


Alan Page, Southeast Director

and


Kathy Hartkopf, Grassroots Coordinator

FreedomWorks

For over a quarter century, FreedomWorks has identified, educated, and actuated citizens who are enthused about showing up to support free enterprise and constitutionally limited government.

They are not primarily a “think-tank,” content to study the issues and publish papers and reports. FreedomWorks breaks down the barriers between the beltway insiders and grassroots America.

FreedomWorks members know that government goes to those who show up. That’s why they give them the tools to break through the media noise and provide the same access to Washington as the big-moneyed lobbyists.

Preserving liberty depends on all Americans having access to their elected officials—not just special interests. FreedomWorks holds Washington accountable to the citizens that put them in office.

FreedomWorks was originally founded as Citizens for a Sound Economy in 1984. Founded to fight for liberty, they brought together some of the best and brightest minds of the liberty movement. Since then, they’ve expanded their ambitions from a free-market think tank to a service center for the grassroots freedom movement across the whole country.


Wednesday, January 3 2018, 6:30PM
Wellington Community Center
12150 Forest Hill Boulevard
(561) 753-2484

MAP

Wellington Chapter RSVP:


Allen Page is the Southeast Director for FreedomWorks. He has been With FreedomWorks for 16 years. Allen works closely with the conservative and liberty minded groups in the southeast. Before joining FreedomWorks, Allen worked in grassroot campaigns for former Rep. Coble, former Senator John East, former Senator Jesse Helms, former Senator Duncan Faircloth and former senator Steve Symms.

Education: B.A,. Elon College

Kathy Hartkopf is a grassroots coordinator for FreedomWorks. She works directly with FreedomWorks activists, educating and empowering them to stand together for lower taxes, less government, and more freedom. Kathy joined FreedomWorks (then Citizens for a Sound Economy), as a grassroots activist in 2000, when CSE formed in her county to help citizens fight an egregious bond referendum.

Education: A.A., Peace College; Graduated Fellow of the Institute of Political Leadership, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and East Carolina University.

Pacific Legal’s Mark Miller at Abacoa on 1/2

Please join us on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 as the Jupiter Chapter Hosts:

“Mark Miller”
Managing Attorney
PLF Atlantic Center


PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL; March 12, 2014: Florida attorney Mark Miller, a veteran of business, property rights, and constitutional litigation, has joined Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) as managing attorney with PLF’s Florida (Atlantic Center) office based in Palm Beach Gardens.

Background, Practice Areas and Expertise:
Mark Miller is Managing Attorney for PLF’s Atlantic Center in Florida. Consistent with the Atlantic Center’s mandate to pursue the range of constitutional cases that PLF litigates, Mark represents clients in federal and state cases ranging from property rights, to economic liberty, to other constitutional violations.
He has represented clients before local zoning boards and all the way up to the Supreme Court of the United States. Mark is Board Certified in Appellate Practice by the Florida Bar, one of approximately 168 attorneys in Florida to have earned that recognition as an expert in appellate practice.

Education, Honors and Bar Membership:
After graduating with Honors from the University of Florida College of Law, Mark elbow clerked for U.S. District Judge Henry Lee Adams, Jr., in the Jacksonville Division of the Middle District of Florida, and Judge Emerson R. Thompson, Jr., of Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeal. The Stetson Law Review and the Florida Bar Journal both have published his works. Martindale-Hubbell has rated him an AV® Preeminent™ attorney, the highest ranking Martindale-Hubbell offers, and one that reflects the opinion of other members of the Florida Bar about Mark’s ethical standards and legal ability.

Super Lawyers has named him a Florida Super Lawyer for 2014-15 and 2015-16. He is Vice-President of the Martin County Bar Association, founded and chaired the Martin County Catholic Lawyers’ Guild for several years, and has served as a member of the board of directors for a number of charities. The James Madison Institute has named him an adjunct scholar. He is a member of the Florida Bar, the New Jersey Bar, and several federal circuit and district court bars.

Web Site
Tuesday, January 2, 2017
Abacoa Golf Club
105 Barbados Drive
Jupiter, Fl 33458
TIME: 5:30 PM Buffet – $20.00
6:30 PM Meeting.

Map

Please RSVP below.

November Wellington Picture

Eric Golub at all chapters in December

Please Join us at all three chapters in December for a feel-good fun-filled evening with political satirist Eric Golub


Eric Golub
Tygrrrr Express Blog Site
Monday, December 4, 2017
Abacoa Golf Club
105 Barbados Drive
Jupiter, Fl 33458
TIME: 5:30 PM Buffet
6:30 PM Program
Dinner – $20.00
(Buffet, Cash Bar)
No charge for meeting.

Abacoa RSVP:


Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Boca Community Center
150 Crawford Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33432
(561) 393-7807
MAP

Boca RSVP:


Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Wellington Community Center
12150 Forest Hill Boulevard
(561) 753-2484

MAP

Wellington RSVP:


Eric Golub has spoken in all 50 states and has 25 years of radio experience behind the microphone. He is Brooklyn born, Long Island raised, and has lived in Los Angeles since 1990. He received his BA from the University of Judaism and his MBA from USC.

He has been a stock brokerage professional since 1994. He began writing on March 11th, 2007, the three-year anniversary of the Madrid bombings and the midpoint of 9/11. He has been inflicting his worldview on his unfortunate readers since then. He writes about politics Monday through Friday, and about football and other human interest items on weekends.

His site is the “Tygrrrr Express.” In April of 2009 he published the book “Ideological Bigotry,” endorsed on the back cover by Ward Connerly and Armstrong Williams. He followed that up in 2010 with “Ideological Violence,” endorsed by Fox News Military Analyst Ralph Peters, and “Ideological Idiocy.” In 2015 he published “Ideological Lunacy,” endorsed by Fox News Military Analyst Bill Cowan and Kevin Jackson, and “Jewish Lunacy,” endorsed by Rabbis Daniel Lapin and David Wolpe.

He currently has three fatwas against him: One from a Palestinian group, one from the Daily Kos, and one from the National Organization for Women. He is 100% alcohol, tobacco, drug, and liberalism free.

He has written for Andrew Breitbart’s Big Hollywood, Tucker Carlson’s Daily Caller, andWorld Net Daily, the Washington Times Communities, been linked to by Rush Limbaugh,Ann Coulter, Hugh Hewitt, and Mark Steyn, praised by Donald Trump, featured by the Politico, and been published in the Washington Times, Commentary Magazine, RealClearPolitics.com, Fox News Nation Online, Donna Tempo Magazine, and other publications. He has been a radio guest of Sean Hannity, Dennis Miller, Hugh Hewitt, Armstrong Williams, Lars Larson, and many others, where he discusses his desire to end Ideological Bigotry. He won the 2007 Bloggers Choice Award for Most Passionate Fan Base. Television appearances include OANN, NEWSMAXTV, ABC, NBC, CBS, FNC, CNN and more.

He speaks around the country to various chapters of the Republican Women’s Federated, Republican Jewish Coalition, Young Republicans, College Republicans, Tea Party, 9/12 Project, and other conservative groups. He has spoken in front of Vice President Dick Cheney, Michael Reagan, Michele Bachmann, Michael Steele, Eric Cantor, Sarah Palin, Tim Pawlenty, Herman Cain, Michael Medved, Ann Coulter and many more. He spoke atseveral CPAC events and C-Span has carried his remarks on several occasions.

In his spare time he monitors college campuses and reports on Islamofascist professors. This has been published at Campus Watch, Front Page Mag, and American Thinker. He also speaks in Synagogues to show how Judaism meshes perfectly with conservatism.

He wants you to all to know that if he ever says anything that offends you in any way, you probably deserved it. After years of dating liberals, he has finally seen the light and isnow dating a Republican Jewish woman. His family is pleased over this

Eric Golub on 12/4 at Abacoa

Eric Golub on 12/5 at Boca

Eric Golub on 12/6 at Wellington

PBCTP Marches in Veterans Parade

Sunday November 5 on Clematis in West Palm Beach.

March in the Veterans Day Parade with PBCTP

Come and join the Palm Beach County Tea Party as we march in the Veteran’s Parade on Sunday November 5th on Clematis Street in West Palm Beach. See below for parade information:



Dear Parade Participants,

The Palm Beach County Veterans Committee is honored to have you join us for the 10th annual City of West Palm Beach Veterans Day Parade!

The mission of Palm Beach County Veterans Committee, Inc., is to proudly honor through the Memorial Day Ceremony and the Veterans Day Parade our past, present, and future veterans in this our Country; the United States of America.

We thank you for your participation and support!

Below and attached you will find important information.
Please forward to those in your group that will be participating.

VETERANS DAY PARADE
Sunday, November 5, 2017.
Line up – 12 noon at Clematis and Tamarind or Sapodilla (see below)
Parade start – 2 pm and travels east on Clematis to Flagler

RAIN or SHINE – We start at 2 pm.

VOLUNTEERS are greatly needed to help distribute information and help with lineup – we need them from 11am (training, line up & parade) to 3pm (parade end) – we can give volunteer service letters to students as needed – please email me to confirm by Friday 11/3/17 by 12 noon. Volunteers will check in at the post office at Clematis and Sapodilla and be assigned a job during training at 11am.

PARKING is free in City garages and on streets other than Clematis – parking garages are highlighted on the attached route and line up document – please use their Banyan and Evernia entrances. (Clematis starts shutting down at 11am)

PARADE VEHICLES – Please enter at Tamarind and Clematis, we will have volunteers there to guide you to your spot.

MOTORCYCLES – Please enter at Datura and Sapodilla you will be lining up between Sapodilla and Rosemary on Clematis – ask for Gary who will help you with placement.

SHOW CARS – Please enter at Banyan and Sapodilla – ask for Dee who will help you with placement.

STUDENTS – There will be no dropping off at Tamarind and Clematis – it is for vehicles in the parade only. We recommend parents drop their child/children off at the corner of Datura and Sapodilla then have them walk 1 block north to the corner of Sapodilla and Clematis where a volunteer will help with placement. (We ask that you have at least one chaperone with your group in the lineup at all times – do not leave your child/children without supervision) Parking recommendation for parents: park in one of the Evernia garages as groups will be directed to Post Park at Evernia and Narcissus (3 blocks south of Clematis) for pick up – there will be no vehicle stopping or standing on the street.

CHECK IN – Please look for volunteers in flourescent vests at the corner of Clematis & Tamarind and Clematis & Sapodilla – they will direct your group to it’s placement.

PLACEMENT – Much effort and thought has gone into placement and no changes will be made to the parade lineup order. (Although there may be some additions) Please let me know if you see a spelling error for your group. PLEASE NOTE – we reserve the right to change placement on event day because of challenges out of our control or if your group is late for line up.

SIGNAGE/BANNER – It is mandatory that your group display signage identifying your organization/group.

PORTALETS – Will be available at the corners of Clematis & Tamarind and Clematis & Sapodilla.

SAFETY – No throwing of candy or any items to spectators, if you have something you want to distribute you must walk it to them – it can not be given out from the vehicles. Bring water, sunscreen, first aid kit and wear comfortable shoes. If unable to complete parade please find volunteer at one of the cross streets who will contact parade staff to assist as able. Please contact parade staff or volunteers if you see or hear anything that may be of concern on the day of the parade – the safety of our participants and those in attendance is our primary concern!

SOLICITATION – There will be absolutely no solicitation of funds/donations from any organizations participating in or affiliated with the parade other than the PBC Veterans Committee.

GRAND STAND – Please advise those you are inviting to attend parade that the parade announcements will be made at Clematis and Dixie. It is the best spot for viewing. Please ask them to stop by and thank our media sponsors – Palm Beach Post and Alpha Media WIRK/WFTL!
NEW THIS YEAR – ROTCs, Bands and Dance/Baton Troops may perform at the bandstand – You/they are limited to 2 minutes and under. Please note that this means those behind you/them will have times during the parade when they will be at a complete stop. PLEASE INFORM THOSE YOU KNOW WHO ARE ATTENDING AS SPECTATORS!

END OF PARADE – Per the request of the City of West Palm Beach there will be a change in the end of the parade. Please follow directions of volunteers in fluorescent vests placed at the intersection. ONLY vehicles will travel on Clematis from Narcissus to Flagler. Walking participants (bands, ROTCs, etc) will turn right on Narcissus and proceed to Post Park for pickup. There will be no unloading of participants on Clematis – you must turn right on Flager and proceed to either Datura, Evernia, or the parking garage where your passengers parked. We must keep the parade moving.

VETERAN INFO TENTS – There will be many Veteran and community organizations located at the end of the parade (Clematis and Narcissus) at Fountain Park including: American Legion Post 199, DAR – Seminole Chapter, FL Dept of Veterans Affairs, Freedom Veterans of America Motorcycle Association #11, Health Career Institute, Keiser University Spirit Squad, Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County, Inc., Palm Beach County Democratic Veterans Caucus of Florida, Palm Beach County Veteran Service Officers, Palm Beach State College, Palm Beach Twirling Coalition, Palm Beach Vet Center, South Florida National Cemetery, Veterans Health Organization, Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 25 and Young Marines of the Palm Beaches – please stop by for important information.

MOLLY’S TROLLEY – Once again we will have Molly’s Trolley as the last vehicle in the parade. Veterans who can not walk and have no other vehicle are invited to ride in the parade. At the end of the parade for those who need assistance to their vehicles parked at the beginning of the parade route we do have access for a very limited time after the parade. It is first come, first served and will only travel to City garages. (not street parking) You will be able to board the Trolley on the north side of the fountains. These trips are reserved exclusively for those who are physically in need of assistance.

SPONSORS/DONORS – Please make note of our sponsors and donors, who without their support we would be unable to produce our parade!
Host City of West Palm Beach; Gold sponsors Florida Public Utilities and GEO Group; Silver sponsors Florida Public Utilities and Palm Beach Kennel Club; Bronze sponsors Disabled Veterans of America and Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath LLP; Supporters Mercedez Benz and Republican Party of Palm Beach County and Media sponsors Alpha Media – WIRK/WFTL and The Palm Beach Post.
If you or your organization would like to sponsor or make a donation, please contact me at sstjohn@pbcveteranscommittee.o rg. Your donation is tax deductible.

…and
PROMOTE – PROMOTE – PROMOTE
Please like and share our facebook page – we need you to help insure a huge turnout this year!
https://www.facebook.com/Palm- Beach-County-Veterans-Committe e-Inc
This is the page where you will find photos afterwards – and you are encouraged to share yours here as well!
Please #PBCVetparade2017!

WHEW!
I think that is it!
I am here to answer any other questions you have – please let me know if you have any 🙂

Again, we thank you for joining us in this exciting and meaningful day.
We hope you feel as we do that the day truly shows our support for Veterans and all they have and continue to do for us!

Thank you!

Serving in gratitude,
Shanna D St John
​Palm Beach County Veterans Committee
561-523-6553 cell
http://pbcveteranscommittee.or g

The mission of Palm Beach County Veterans Committee, Inc., is to proudly honor through the Memorial Day Ceremony and the Veterans Day Parade our past, present, and future veterans in this our Country; the United States of America.

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