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                      June 22nd, 2017                                  Minutes


 
The meeting came to order at 7 PM at the Louisa County Public Library, by our coordinator, Jack Bertron. After the prayer, said by Tom Silling and the pledge, the first order of business was the secretary's report, which was given by Joanne Boenig. The second order of business was our treasurer's report which was given by Frank Vayo. Our kitty has as of last month's meeting a total of $437.62.

The next order of business was to ask for volunteers for the Fireman's fair which was scheduled for the 28th and 29th of July. A decision will be made if we cannot get enough volunteers to man the booth at the county fair. Since there were only four members present, plus the guest speaker, the poor attendance made it impossible to definitely make plans on participating at the agricultural fair. 

Finally, Jack Bertron introduced our guest speaker of the evening, which was the state director for the NRA in Virginia, Mr. Patrick DeStefano. Patrick spoke about how the NRA wants to work with the tea party organizations, in Virginia and around the nation. The NRA will support the candidates that the tea party feels follows our principles. He wants to organize the Tea Party volunteers to knock on doors, phone banking and more to make it possible for the right candidates  to be elected.

As of now the VCDL is endorsing the NRA so that they can work together to make this all a conglomerate of groups to accomplish a one force endeavor. Patrick wants to get us together and teach us how to phone bank and perform great strategies for getting our candidates elected. We will be having him at a future tea party meeting to get these teaching methods and concurrently have him get all the groups together at one location.

After Patrick DeStefano's presentation our meeting came to a close.