We have a problem…. but it is a good one. Due to major attendance increases, we will now meet at the American Legion Post 370. With more room and less echo we will again be able to display A/V presentations that may be available. Please join us at 200 Legion Drive, Llano, Texas (click for map)


Next Meeting – Thursday, Nov 3rd

Social at 6pm, Dinner at 6:30pm

Our next meeting will feature guest speaker Sheena Rodriguez, President and Founder of Alliance for a Safe Texas. She will expose the truth about our open border and discuss how Llano County can take local action to declare an invasion.

To date, Sheena Rodriguez has worked with 30+ Texas counties to pass resolutions declaring an invasion at the border. In the Hill Country, not a single county has done this–let’s work to make Llano the first. Do not miss this meeting! 

Meetings are always free to attend. Dinner is available for $15 (cash or check at the door). To insure a meal RSVP by Noon November 1, 2022

RSVP using this form, or call 325-247-4567





LLANO, TEXAS – The Llano Tea Party will host Sheena Rodriguez, founder of Alliance for a Safe Texas, on Thursday, November 3 at 6pm inside the American Legion Hall. Mrs Rodriguez will discuss how the open border is jeopardizing the safety of Texas while enriching the cartels through the trade of humans and drugs. Most importantly, Mrs Rodriguez will discuss how Llano County can locally act to help secure the southern U.S. border. The meeting is free to attend and open to the public.

The Alliance for a Safe Texas is working across the state to urge counties to pass resolutions defining the crisis as an invasion. To date, over 30 Texas counties have declared an invasion at the border and are turning up the pressure on Governor Greg Abbott to stop it. In the Texas Hill Country region, no counties have yet declared an invasion and are all suffering its effects.

“This is an opportunity for Llano County to again take bold action to lead in the interests of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness,” said Lisa Bellamy, President of the Llano Tea Party. “Llano County has boldly taken steps to protect citizens’ second amendment and private rights through resolutions. Now it’s time to turn our focus to the border invasion and declare it in name.”

“The federal government only holds the authority of power willingly delegated and agreed upon by the states within the Union. The current actions, or lack thereof, are nothing short of open assault against the sovereign State of Texas and consequently directly impact every other sovereign State within the Republic,” said Sheena Rodriguez.

 “As a result, Texas has had to respond with novel methods under Operation Lone Star. However, despite the best efforts of our Texas Military, Department of Public Safety, local law enforcement, Office of the Governor, Office of the Attorney General, and billions of Texas taxpayer dollars, there is no alleviation in sight. Unprecedented times call for unprecedented actions and courageous individuals willing to fight for what is right.”

Local support for this initiative is overwhelming and the Llano Tea Party is working at the grassroots level to raise awareness of the opportunity to declare an invasion. During the Llano Tea Party’s monthly meeting on October 6th, an overwhelming majority of members voted to request that the Llano County Commissioner’s Court join other Texas counties and declare an invasion at the Southern border.

All community members are encouraged to attend the November 3rd Llano Tea Party Meeting. The meeting is free to attend. A $15 dinner is available for purchase, RSVP to reservations@llanoteaparty.org

About the Llano Tea Party

The Llano Tea Party is a grassroots group of ordinary American citizens from Llano County, Texas, whose goal is to restore government “…of the people, by the people and for the people…” at the federal, state and local levels.