Kingwood TEA Party celebrated 1st Anniversary Monday, April 19th!
Thank you, Everyone! We had a wonderful turnout and a marvelous celebration last night–preparing us for the hard work to come in preparation for a successful Nov. 2 election. Thanks especially to all of the local Tea Party leaders and representatives, as well as our local politicians who came out to wish us well.
Kingwood TEA Party is looking forward to working together with all Patriots to TAKE OUR COUNTRY BACK from the progressives with their ruinous policies and laws!
And a special thank you to Patriot Dan LeDoux who reminded us what it’s all about with his stirring presentation of excerpts from the Declaration of Independence. Wow–it is always a shock to hear how timely those words of old are today!!! Thank you, Daniel.
Mega-thanks also to our Annivrsary committee that put so much time and effort into our Birday Bash last night. Words will never suffice, but thank you!
I am greatly appreciative of receiving the beautiful award for my contributions to founding the Kingwood TEA Party. Thank you, and may this organization continue to grow, helping to promote an educated citizenry that remains ever vigilant and alert to the dangers of leaving our representatives in Washington and Austin on their own without constant reminders that the Eyes of Texas are upon them–and we VOTE!
Don’t forget to come out for our next event on May 3rd. Gubernatorial Candidate Bill White will be at our next Town Hall in our Texas 2010 Gubernatorial Candidates Town Hall Series. Help us give him a warm Kingwood welcome, listen to his vision for Texas, and then ask our questions and share our concerns with him.
By the rude bridge that arched the flood, Their flag to April’s breeze unfurled, Here once the embattled farmers stood, And fired the shot heard round the world. Concord Hymn by Ralph Waldo Emerson
April 19th is a fine night to celebrate the first Kingwood TEA Party which actually took place on Monday, April 27, 2009–truly a dark and rainy night. 18-year old Curtis Wyborney, my husband Jim, and I were afraid we wouldn’t make it to Chimichurri’s Restaurant where we were meeting because of the deluge. As always, I worried that no on would show up, but we had 15 brave patriots there that night, including 5 wonderful and brave patriots from the Houston Tea Party Society: Josh Parker, Debbie Maxey, and several other true Patriots.
Join us at Los Cucos on Monday, April 19th, 2010 to remember, and plan where to go from here.
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