Tea Party to welcome TPPF political activists



The Fredericksburg Tea Party will hold its monthly meeting from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, May 12 at St. Joseph’s Halle, 212 W. San Antonio St.

After a light meal beginning at 6:00 p.m., the meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. and continue until 8:00 p.m.

The Fredericksburg Tea Party is a policy-focused organization, and this month it will host Dr. Richard A. Johnson III, ED.D, director of the Booker T. Washington Initiative, and Michael Barba, director of policy K -12 Education, both with the Texas Public Policy Foundation.

“It’s time for parents, grandparents and taxpayers to think about what our education taxes are buying and how the education our children are getting aligns with our values ​​and principles,” said said Joe Murphy, spokesperson. “What are our rights and how will the next legislative session allow us to strengthen our education system?

“Join us for dinner at 6 p.m. ($7 donation) and prepare to be wowed by the detailed insights FTP brings to Fredericksburg,” Murphy said.

“We would like to invite those who are looking for a way to make a positive difference,” he said. “The Fredericksburg Tea Party lets you have a say in the governance of your city, state and nation. You can find friends who want our nation back to its constitutional foundations. We educate, we advocate and we participate. And we have a good time in the process.


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