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November 5th - Monthly Meeting
Llano Tea Party
American Legion Hall
200 Legion Street
Check in/Social 6:00pm.
Meeting and Dinner Begin at 6:30
DINNER RESERVATIONS REQUIRED
Phone: Janet 830-596-1246
Organized by the Llano Tea Party
Saturday October 10, 2020
9:30 AM - Form up in Kingsland at Gatti’s (3501 RR 1431) and in grassy areas either side of and facing Rose Hill Street
10:00 AM – Depart. Follow route through Kingsland (1431 to 2900 to 71)
West to Llano (71 to 16 to 29)
End at Inman’s Restaurant 809 W. Young
Please follow all traffic laws; do not engage any rudeness
Who We Are:
The Llano Tea Party is a grassroots group of ordinary American citizens from Llano County, Texas. Our goal is to restore government “of the people, by the people and for the people’ at the federal, state and local levels.
- We are peaceful, patriotic and polite individuals who will be silent no more
- We are outraged that our Congress is spending our future generations hopelessly into debt while we face job losses and financial hardships
- We see America spiraling into socialism and we “pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor” that this must not (Excerpts from The Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776.)
- We are not a political party; we are non-partisan. If you agree with who we are, our mission and our core beliefs, you are welcome
Become A Member...
Download our Charter and Membership Application, there is NO membership costs other than to agree with our Charter.