Lakes Region Tea Party Meeting

The Lakes Region TEA Party will meet at 7:00 PM on Wednesday August 16, 2017, at the Moultonborough Library. Our speakers will be Eddie Edwards, Republican primary candidate for the 1st Congressional District, Representative Glenn Cordelli, and Jim Thompson.

Eddie Edwards is a Navy Veteran, former police chief, FBI Academy graduate, Chief of NH Liquor Enforcement, businessman, and long-time activist against substance abuse. Edwards will tell us about himself, why he is running for Congress, and take questions from the audience. Bring your questions; we need a winner who will represent us and not the Washington establishment. For more information see: http://www.edwardsfornh.com

Representative Cordelli will provide a brief update on important activities at our Statehouse in Concord. Jim Thompson will provide a brief update on refugee resettlement and related activities. The Moultonborough Library is located at 4 Holland Street, Moultonborough, NH. The public is invited to attend to listen, learn, and respectfully participate in our discussions.

Merrimack County Republicans – Education (Ann Marie Banfield, featured speaker)

Merrimack County Republicans
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 ~ 6pm The Merrimack County Republicans and like minded Independents welcome Anne Marie Banfield, Education Liasion for Cornerstone Policy Research as our keynote speaker.

Address:
South Newbury Union Church Friendship House
Corner of Village and Sutton Roads ( Just off Route 103 at Sutton Road)
Newbury, NH 03255

Agenda 21 to Agenda 2030: an Expose

Come Hear Hal Shurtleff, Director and Co-Founder of Camp Constitution give a presentation on Agenda 21 to Agenda 2030. Hal will give an historic overview of Agenda 21 and define terms like complete streets, sustainability, smart growth, and carbon footprint. He will also discuss the organizations and groups behind Agenda 21, from the International Council for Local Environmental Initiative (ICLEI) to HUD, and local groups like Gateway One. He will give examples of how local citizens have successfully stopped the implementation of Agenda 21, and what you can do to oppose Agenda 21 policies in your town.

Hal Shurtleff, Director of Camp Constitution is a U.S. Army Veteran. He has conducted over 200 presentations on Agenda 21. He is a frequent guest on radio and TV shows. He is the host of Camp Constitution Radio. He is married with five children and lives in Boston, MA.

Where: Gay-Kimball Library
Main St (Rt 12) Troy, NH
When: Saturday September 9
9-11 AM
Free admission. Donations accepted.
(857) 498-1309

Rochester 912

Hi Everyone!,
It’s been a long time and many of you have been asking if we are going to resume the Rochester 912 Group meetings. I think that we could have quarterly meetings for now until Jerry comes back.

For the month of August we will be meeting at:
Salmon Falls Church of Christ
336 Salmon Falls Road
Rochester, NH
At: 6:30 PM.

That being said, I am delighted to announce that Governor Chris Sununu will be our next speaker on August 14th. We will have the usual introductions and The Governor will be speaking for about 15-20 minutes, after which we will have our Q & A time. Please keep your questions short as I am sure there are many people out there with lots of questions and we want everyone to have a chance to speak with the Governor. Bring your friends and neighbors.

I would also like to invite anyone who is considering running for Office of any kind. Whether it’s municipal, state or federal, this is a great opportunity to stand up, introduce yourselves and meet people.

POSTPONED — SDGANH Seminar: “How to Manage School District Legal Engagements

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED…

SDGANH Seminar: “How to Manage Your School District/SAU Legal Engagements.”

As an elected school district official, do you feel at a loss to understand your role and right to know about the legal actions undertaken by your SAU or District? Should your board have an attorney of record? How should you manage your legal engagements?

These and many other issues will be addressed at the School District Governance Association of NH seminar.

Speaker: Richard Lehmann, Counsel for the NH Senate and civil and criminal lawyer at Lehmann Law PLC in Manchester, NH.

August 12 9 am – 12:30 pm
Nackey Loeb School of Communications
749 East Industrial Park Drive, Manchester, NH

Admission for members: $10
Admission for non-members: $15
Coffee and muffins will be available.
Open to the public but advanced registration required via
email: SDGAofNH@gmail.com

The School District Governance Association of New Hampshire (SDGANH) is a forum of experienced elected officials committed to:

• Educating elected school district officials as to their proper role and responsibilities
• Promulgating best practices in good governance and prudent budgeting
• Formulating model school district policies so boards will have an independent, alternative resource
• Proposing and monitoring legislation that enhances local control in education and openness in administration.

SDGANH”s goal is to move the balance of power back to elected representatives for the ultimate benefit of our children’s education.

Voting membership is open to past or present elected officials with fiduciary responsibility over a school district budget. Non-voting membership is also available for those who share our mission.

For more information contact SDGANH President, Donna Green
603-513-1647
SDGANH.org

AFP Tax Fairness Forum

RSVP HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tax-fairness-forum-tickets-36218627891

Join us Wednesday, July 26 to hear a panel of experts from the tax industry and the business community. They’ll be talking about how taxes stifle opportunity and what we can do to bring much-needed change. Sign up today! Tax Fairness Forum
Wednesday, July 26, 12-1:30 p.m.
625 Mammoth Rd
Machester, NH, 03104 Ready to unrig the federal tax code? RSVP today to join the movement! Live Free or Die, Greg Moore
State Director
Americans for Prosperity—NH

Lakes Region Tea Party Meeting

The Lakes Region TEA Party will meet at 7:00 PM on Wednesday July 19, 2017, at the Moultonborough Library. Our speakers will be Representative Marc Abear and Harry Doutt who leads the ACT! for America group in Hollis/Nashua, NH.

Marc Abear will provide a short historical talk about the Presidential Election of 1800 between Thomas Jefferson and John Adams but almost ended up with Arron Burr being elected President! This election tested our Constitutional process but was eventually peacefully resolved.

ACT! for America fights for American national security. Its main issues are: Preserving the Constitution, Confronting Terrorism, Securing the Border, Energy Independence, and Empowering Women and Protecting Children. Harry Doutt will describe the ACT! for America organization, elaborate on how it pursues these issues, and how everyone can do their part to protect our national security.

The Moultonborough Library is located at 4 Holland Street, Moultonborough, NH. The public is invited to attend to listen, learn, and respectfully participate in our discussions.