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The meeting came to order at 7 PM at the Louisa county public library, by Fred Gruber & Joanne Boenig, due to our coordinator, Jack Bertron being unable to attend. The prayer was said by Tom Silling and the pledge followed by Frank Vayo.


The first order of business Frank Vayo, treasurer, gave his treasury report. Our kitty has after the last months meeting a total of $578.55. There was no secretaries report for last month, due to Joanne Boenig not being at the meeting because of illness. The next order of  business, Chris Farmer, whom was speaking on behalf of  Graven Craig, local attorney and Republican chair of Louisa, whom was running in the Republican primary for Congress, in Peter Farrell's  position .  He spoke about why Graven Craig, should be our next representative for our district. Chris noted that Graven grew up in Central VA. Also, Graven is for gun rights and the second amendment. He has a partnership with Tom Garrett, to defend the gun rights of people, who have used their firearms for defense and need representation. Graven also won the prestigious award of Super Attorney Award, which is only awarded to 5% of attorneys. There was also the mention that June 13 is the Republican primary.


The next order of business, Fred Gruber brought his monitor and lap top computer to listen and watch Mark Levin's TV program on Catastrophic Deficits.


After watching Mark Levin, the meeting was adjourn.

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