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January 2012 Meeting Agenda

Here is the agenda for January 3, 2012 at 7:00 PM:

  • Welcome
  • Invocation
  • Pledge of Allegiance
  • Opening Remarks
  • Introduction of Guests
  • Kathy Heuer, Representative
  • Jim Banks, Senator
  • Brendon Boudreau, Right to Work
  • Closing Remarks
  • Finance Report and “God Bless America”

Our meetings are held every first Tuesday of the month at the Church of the Nazarene, 506 North Main Street, Columbia City.

See you there!

 

Meeting Agenda for December 6, 2011

Here’s the agenda for our December meeting this Tuesday:

Welcome

Invocation

Remarks:

  • Stimulus Sermon
  • Why we need to be prepared

Speaker — Melissa Smith on Preparedness

Remarks:

  • Moron’s Rule and other humor
  • Agenda 21
  • Mike Pence for Governor
  • Islamic Terrorism – Church Bulletin
  • Running for Office – Precinct committee people
  • Delegate to Republican Party
  • Thank You’s to Food Drive helpers
  • Reminder – Steering Committee – 2nd and 4th Mondays, Dec 12 and 26
  • Free Car Wash Winners

Ingrid sings God Bless America

The meeting is held at 7:00 PM, at the Church of the Nazarene, 506 North Main Street, Columbia City.

Whitley County Patriots November 2011 Meeting

Whitley County Patriots will be holding its November 2011 meeting at the Church of the Nazarene, 506 North Main Street, Columbia City.

The meeting on November 1st begins at 7:00 PM, and a meet-and-mingle will be at 8:30 PM.

We will be asking questions of the candidates for Columbia City council seats.  Susan Davidson will be the moderator.

Full Agenda:

Welcome
Prayer
Pledge of Allegiance
Comments
CC City Council Candidates Forum and Q&A
Passing of the Buckets
Announcements
Ingrid sings God Bless America
Meet & Mingle

Bring friends and family, all guests are welcome!

Whitley County Patriots — Monthly Meeting October 4, 2011

Have you decided who you want as Columbia City’s next mayor?

If not, the mayoral candidates will be discussing their policies at the next Whitley County Patriots meeting.  The candidates are Ryan Daniels, Republican; Catherine Heritier, Democrat; and Scott Wise, Libertarian.  Come see what each candidate envisions for Columbia City’s future.

The meeting will be Tuesday, October 4th at 7:00 p.m. at The Church of the Nazarene located at 506 N. Main St. in Columbia City.

There will be a meet-and-greet session after the meeting.  Please plan to attend and bring a friend!

As usual, the Whitley County Patriots will accept non-perishable food for the food banks in Whitley County.

Whitley County Patriots — Monthly Meeting Sept. 6, 2011 — Energy Forum

ENERGY FORUM SEPTEMBER 6 INCLUDES NEREMC, NIPSCO,

AND INDIANA MICHIGAN POWER (AEP)

The public and area media are encouraged to attend a special Energy Forum at 7:00 p.m. on September 6 at Church of The Nazarene, 506 North Main Street, Columbia City.  Discussion will revolve around the future of energy availability for every area household and business.
  • What will happen if winter blackouts occur?
  • What is “the grid”?
  • Where does our power come from?
  • Have coal generating plants been shut down?
  • What is being done to ensure that power supplies keep up with demand?
  Whitley County Patriots extend an invitation to everyone concerned about energy issues.  Responses to questions will be aired by a panel to include Gregg Kiess, chief executive officer NEREMC; Larry Graham, NIPSCO public affairs manager N.E. Indiana; and Marc Lewis, vice president external relations, Indiana Michigan Power (AEP).   Moderator will be Dave Shenefield.  A meet and greet session with refreshments will follow.

Whitley County Patriots — Monthly Meeting August 2, 2011

Our monthly meeting for August 2011 has the following agenda, beginning at 7 PM:

Welcome

Invocation by Retired Reverend John Travelbee

Pledge of Allegiance

Opening Remarks by Mr. Smith

Guest Speaker Mr. Bill Sage from Allegan County TEA Party

Updates

Indiana Legislation

Debt Limit

Right to Life Banquet

September Energy Forum

WCCC’s appearance on WOWO

Mourdock vs. Lugar

Finance Report and Passing of the Bucket

Mix and Mingle with snacks and drinks

The meeting is held at the Church of the Nazarene, 506 North Main Street, Columbia City, Indiana.

July 2011 Meeting Agenda

Here’s the agenda for the July 5 meeting:

Invocation, led by retired Reverend John Travelbee

Pledge of Allegiance

Musical Presentation by Brad Yoder

Susan Davison to introduce Simeon Tomaszewski

Pat Miller of WOWO fame

LInda Zimmerman for an update on Lugar/Mourdock

Joan Null for an update on stimulus spending in Whitley County

Announcements

The Passing of the Buckets

Finance Report

Singing of God Bless America

Adjournment

Please join us at 7 PM, at the Church of the Nazarene, 506 North Main Street, Columbia City, Indiana.

April 2011 Meeting — April 5

Whitley County Patriots holds monthly meetings every first Tuesday at 7:00 PM.

Location:
Church of the Nazarene
506 N Main St, Columbia City, IN 46725, USA

April meeting agenda:
Candidates for locals offices. Mostly Mayoral. Mayoral candidates will be given 15 minutes, others ten.
Max and Linda Zimmerman will be reporting on Hoosiers for a Conservative Senate.
The Honorable John Hostettler will be giving an introduction to The Constitution Institute. John was a six term US Representative from the Evansville area. He was a candidate for US Senate.

9/12 groups from Allen, Noble, Lagrange, and Steuben counties have been invited.

Materials from March 1 Meeting

Here are the presentations from the March 1 meeting:

I am working on getting the video of Mike Delph.

Sharia vs US Law

Net Neutrality

March 1, 2011 Meeting Agenda

The agenda for the March 1, 2011 meeting is as follows: 
1.     Indiana State Senator Mike Delph, Senate district 29.
2.     Dave Ditton
3.     Elizabeth Griffin

State Senator Mike Delph is a 7th generation Hoosier with his family coming from Kentland, Frankfort, and Wilkinson Indiana. Mike is a lifelong resident of Carmel and is the first member of his family to graduate college. Mike has been a leader in the Senate to eliminate lifetime healthcare benefits for legislators. He also is in favor of ethics, and re-districing reform. In 2006 Mike was named legislator of the year by the Disabled American Veterans and the Distinguished Public Service Award by the American Legion. Mike has also championed legislation cracking down on businesses who knowingly and willingly hire illegal immigrants.  Mike has served nine years in the United States Army Reserve. Professionally, Mike is President and Founder of MA Advisory Group, Inc., a strategic planning organization.

Dave Ditton is a Senior Project Engineer for General Motors, and the webmaster for the Whitley County Patriots website.  He will explain the concept of net neutrality, and why we should be concerned about it.

Elizabeth Griffin has been politically active for 5 years. Her journey of activism began when her mother gave her the book by Brigitte Gabriel, “Because They Hate.” Ms. Gabriel’s story of her escape from radical Islam as it took over Lebanon in the 1970’s left her shocked, and opened her eyes to history in a way that had never been covered in her educational studies.  Elizabeth started an ACT ( American Congress for Truth ) chapter in Fort Wayne, Indiana with 3 people. During her time in Fort Wayne, Elizabeth organized and facilitated a regional activist training seminar for area volunteers.  Also, she held monthly meetings educating volunteers on the basics of sharia law, radical Islam, and how to defend our precious country against such threats.

Elizabeth now lives in Kalamzoo, Michigan. She is active with the Southwest Michigan Tea Party Patriots. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Mattawan Area Food Pantry. She speaks to various large groups about radical Islam, and mentors other ACT for America chapter leaders around the country as they begin their own chapters. Beth is of the opinion that only through education can America successfully defend herself against political Islam. Beth also believes it is biblically acceptable to stand up for truth, to shine a light on the evil in our midst.
 
PATRIOTS: We are truly blessed to have a slate of very important people addressing us on subjects of the utmost importance. PLEASE as you go about your daily activities share this agenda with your friends and neighbors. If you are a member of a church please consider having this agenda put in your Church’s bulletin. If you have a sharing time please stand up and make an invitation to your assembled congregation. If you are a member of a Service Organization, please invite the Veterans. Thank you, Whitley County Patriots. See you March 1st, Church of The Nazarene, 506 North Main Street, Columbia City.
 
God Bless America,
 
Dave Cooper
Chairman
Whitley County Patriots

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