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KING WILLIAM T.E.A. PARTY

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The Next King William T.E.A. Party Meetings:
7:00 TO 8:00 pm Thursday Dec 14, 2017

In view of the many controversies surrounding the county’s 2016 budget, rejection of split assessments and other factors, KWTP is exploring solutions for reigning in the creeping growth and expanding cost of government. We hope the New Board will prove up to the Task.

Short video clips and brief updates on local, state and national issues. Come early if possible and see another of the stirring and inspiring videos we've found. The Videos start at 6:45PM and The Meeting starts at 7:00PM - so come on in and have a seat anytime. They begin promptly at 7 PM and you'll be out by 8 PM.
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KWTP continues to take the lead with credible information on a variety of hot-button issues at local, state and national levels.

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Items Of Interest
The World According to Michael

A Black Man who speaks his mind, brings facts to the table and expects the same from You.

Watch his You-Tube Videos (5 to 10 Minutes each) and be pleasantly Surprised with his grasp of reality.
ROADMAP FOR AMERICA'S FUTURE
The Roadmap is a comprehensive reform proposal, tackling the interrelated nature of our fiscal and economic challenges. It achieves universal access to quality, affordable health coverage, reforms the tax code& the federal job training programs and puts in place budget process reforms to get a grip on government spending.

 

 
King William Tea Party Encourages All Citizens to contact their Elected Representatives.

We have provided The Links At the bottom of our Home page - Now it is Your Turn - Use Them

At a loss for Words to Say - Go to Our King William Letters Page. Here - You will find over 30 letters written by people in King William. Find One you like and use it to send a message to your Elected Representatives. This is the only way to tell them What You Think and Want to Happen.



* Now Register Your Position on Federal Issues with our Link
Register Positions on Federal Issues Easily!
or go to
https://www.popvox.com/home




See The Website As A Mom

Here (http://www.asamom.org/) you will find links directed to Moms and Moms at heart who work to preserve our Constitution, Country and Children's Future. Lori Parker founded the group that emphasized the importance of women in solving government issues.


               


Welcome to the new King Willam County Virgina Tea Party Website " Past Year 2017 " Page.
Below are the Events we have had and the ones we have in the works.We want to keep the citizens of
King William County informed of issues on a local, state and national level.

The King William TEA Party is an independent political movement loosely aligned with other local, state and
national TEA Parties. We are a grass roots movement who take our name from a historical act of defiance against
the King of England when Americans thought they were "Taxed Enough Already".

We believe in a return to sound fiscal policy at the federal, state and county level. We believe in Federalism and
the limits of federal power that our founders intended.

The King William Tea Party does not condone nor will it tolerate racism, sexism, or religious intolerance or bigotry
in any form within the ranks of its membership or at any of its sanctioned events.  Such beliefs, attitudes, and
activities are contrary to the basic rights of all humankind as outlined in the Constitution, Bill of Rights, and
Declaration of Independence.

Our goal is for this site to keep you informed of political events, news, and issues that are important to you, the
citizens of King William County Virginia.

Our meetings begin promptly at 7 PM with Locations to be Announced.


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* King William T.E.A. Party's Meetings & More

Happy 2017 as we work together to make things better at local, state and national levels.

You are cordially invited to experience the “New and Improved” King William T.E.A. Party. Our meetings will be fast-paced and won’t last more than one hour. Get in, get it done, get home!

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Know of a Topic or Speaker?

Pass it along to Us - We will see if we can make it Happen !


We are always looking for a Meeting Program of Interest?


How To Make It Happen? - Come to our Meetings or Contact Us by E-mail At:
KingWilliamTEAParty@gmail.com

Or use Our "Contact Us" Link -
Contact Us

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Who is my Legislator?

This one click website allows you to find all your State and
Federal Legislators at the same time. You will get Phone Number, Email,
Address, Party, District, Committees, Subcommittees and more.

Click the Link

Legislator

or go to:

http://whosmy.virginiageneralassembly.gov/

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The King William County Fest Event


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News Release

Making the case for Public Charter Schools
12 October 2017, King William, Va


Speaking to a meeting of the King William T.E.A. Party, Antione M. Green, a Senior Advocacy Associate with the Foundation for Excellence in Education, presented a powerful case in support of Public Charter Schools in Virginia.

“We must redefine what public education means and how we’re going to meet the individual academic needs of today’s school children,” Green said. “This is why charter schools are a critical element of making our country greater for our children and grandchildren.”

Green, a key figure in the creation and subsequent success of Richmond's Patrick Henry Science and Arts, Virginia's first elementary charter school.

“What started off as a school with just a little over 100 kids,” he said, “now is serving more than 300 children, with over 200 on the school’s waiting list.”

Noting that there are only nine such charter schools in all of Virginia when North Carolina has 160, Green asserted that children in chronically failing public school systems will be far better off in charter schools.

“Why aren’t we in the greatest state in the nation taking advantage of this k12 reform that has been battle-tested and data proven to improve the academic outcomes and help meet the academic needs of our young people? This model gives our teachers the flexibility and autonomy to teach new innovative methods to reaching our kids. No more one-size fits all for teaching and providing instruction with the expectation that all kids learn the same.”

Responding to the critical question of what concerned citizens can do to overcome opposition from local public school authorities and the Virginia Education Association, Green cited the foundation's legislative proposal for creation of regional public charter school divisions.

“Public Schools need some competition,” he asserted. “Nothing else will bring down costs or improve declining performance. It's time to end the government monopoly. Public Education has become a bureaucracy that needs to be reined in, and competition works to improve quality and to lower costs.”

More information on the Foundation for Excellence in Education's legislative efforts and education advocacy is available at facebook.com/ExcelinEd

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What are charter schools?

Charter schools are tuition-free public schools open to all students. They are publicly funded and held t o state academic and financial standards. Unlike traditional public schools, however, charter schools are run independently of school districts and, instead, operate under a performance contract with an authorizer (a district, the state, or another approved entity). >
Click on Our Link to read more
Public Charter School
or go to
http://www.kwteaparty.com/Pictures/2017/Sep/CharterSchools101017002.pdf
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KW Planning Director foresees no staff increases
King William, VA , July 27th, 2017


Bucking a disturbing trend seen throughout government at all levels, KW County Planning Director Wally Horton said that the current budget and staffing levels in his department are sufficient for its responsibilities.

“We've got very good people in all our positions,” he said, “and if needed, we can shift some duties around.”

This declaration of financial responsibility was applauded by attendees at Thursday evening's meeting of the King William Tea Party, dedicated to cutting government spending and passing along savings to taxpaying citizens.

Horton's presentation showed how the department helps protect the county's natural resources and quality of life through developing and recommending growth management strategies.

This, he said, “encourages community growth through sound land use development practices.”

Bob Shannon, the group's founder, repeated the familiar charge of documented history of prior mismanagement in the county's government in general and the Planning Department in particular.

“Over the last decade several major blow ups ended up costing KW tax payers millions of dollars,” he said, “from the water /sewer issues, to the pumping station fiasco at a local subdivision to the Urban Development Grants that caused King William to have to comply with some highly questionable zoning rules.”

Horton, who took over the top spot in fall of 2016, detailed several initiatives to specifically address these concerns including tightening the release of Surety Bonds and multi-agency cooperation in evaluating plans and monitoring progress of major developments. .

County Supervisors Bob Ehrhart (Mangohick) and Dave Hansen (Manquin) who were in the audience, commended Horton on the record thus far of his department's efficiency and avoiding what some characterize as 'good ole boy practices' of the past.

King William County's Planning Department is responsible for long-range planning for land use and transportation and for reviewing and updating the County's Comprehensive Plan, Zoning and Subdivision Ordinances. It is also responsible for processing and reviewing land disturbance and zoning permits, rezoning, conditional use and special exception requests, plans of development, subdivision proposals and erosion and sediment control for the County. Planning staff also provides support to the Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals and the Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board on matters involving long-range planning and development review policy. More information at http://kingwilliamcounty.us/departments-and-services/planning-department/

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Friday - June 9 - 7 PM - Anna’s Restaurant
Hanover Village, 7009 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Mechanicsville.


Corey Stewart is coming to Hanover County again on June 9 as part of his “Take Back Virginia Tour.”

Unlike Ed Gillespie, who was a “no-show” at Hanover Forum as well as numerous events across the State,
Corey Stewart has visited every corner of Virginia to meet with people at the local level like small business owners,
farmers. coal miners, military men and women, law enforcement, and the working people of Virginia.


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Clinton Cash - Official Movie Premiere


21 New ‘Clinton Cash’ Revelations That Have Imperiled Hillary Clinton’s Campaign

11 Explosive Clinton Cash Facts Mainstream Media Confirm are Accurate


To Watch This Presentation - Click on Our Link below
or go to our "Video Page link" on the home page.

Clinton Cash

or go to:

http://www.breitbart.com/clinton-cash-movie/

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Tea Party Activists Celebrate
7th Anniversary


King William, VA, August 11th, 2016

Long time members and supporters recently
marked the 7th Anniversary of the King William
T. E. A. Party.

Founder Bob Shannon thanked the contributions
of the grass-roots political movement's activists,
some traveling from nearby counties to share in
the celebration.

"Those of you here tonight and many others in our communities, have kept this effort going for seven years,” Shannon said,
“lending your time, talents and energy to maintain the last real voice of opposition to an ever-expanding government
at every level, resisting the repeated calls from concerned citizens for restoration of our Founders' wise vision.”

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Our Jan Meetings are:

Jan 12 and 26 at 6:30 pm


There is only one public meeting in Jan.

The Jan 12 meeting will be a planning session and
not open to the public.

Location to be Determined.

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The Jan 26 meeting:

Main topic is to be determined and
Vet Topics include -- More Budget Battles,
more scrutiny of what's being done -- or not
done -- by Virginia's Republican
establishment-dominated General Assembly
vs. our "esteemed" Democrat Gov and AG.

Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, ¼ mile past
King William High School. Park around back
because they close the front door at 8.

Directions: http://www.pamunkeylibrary.org/ukw_directions.htm

For more information visit www.kwteaparty.com and

https://www.facebook.com/pages/King-William-County-TEA-Party/105478799495338

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The Feb 9 meeting:

Main topic is the Introduction and discussion of

KWTP's new "OPERATION WATCHDOG"

We're on guard for you and your family against fraud, waste,
abuse, cronyism, incompetence and more.

We're watching government in King William, Richmond and D.C.

We're keeping you informed of what we're finding and we encourage
you to let us know what you find as well: HELP US KEEP 'EM HONEST....

Other Vet Topics include -- More Budget Battles,
more scrutiny of what's being done -- or not
done -- by Virginia's Republican
establishment-dominated General Assembly
vs. our "esteemed" Democrat Gov and AG.

Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, ¼ mile past
King William High School. Park around back
because they close the front door at 8.

Directions: http://www.pamunkeylibrary.org/ukw_directions.htm

For more information visit www.kwteaparty.com and

https://www.facebook.com/pages/King-William-County-TEA-Party/105478799495338

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The Feb 23 meeting:

Main topics are to be determined and
Vet Topics include -- More Budget Battles,
more scrutiny of what's being done -- or not
done -- by Virginia's Republican
establishment-dominated General Assembly
vs. our "esteemed" Democrat Gov and AG.

Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, ¼ mile past
King William High School. Park around back
because they close the front door at 8.

Directions: http://www.pamunkeylibrary.org/ukw_directions.htm

For more information visit www.kwteaparty.com and

https://www.facebook.com/pages/King-William-County-TEA-Party/105478799495338

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The Mar 9 and Mar 23 meetings:

The Mar 9 Meeting

is canceled so our followers can attend the
"Joint Meeting between the K.W. Board of Supervisors and the K.W. School
Board to Review the Draft of the School Budget"

at Hamilton Holmes Middle School
Time 06:30 PM

The Mar 23 Meeting.

Main topics are to be determined and
Vet Topics include -- More Budget Battles,
more scrutiny of what's being done -- or not
done -- by Virginia's Republican
establishment-dominated General Assembly
vs. our "esteemed" Democrat Gov and AG.

Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, ¼ mile past
King William High School. Park around back
because they close the front door at 8.

Directions: http://www.pamunkeylibrary.org/ukw_directions.htm

For more information visit www.kwteaparty.com and

https://www.facebook.com/pages/King-William-County-TEA-Party/105478799495338

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The Apr 13 and Apr 27 meetings:

The Apr 13 Meeting

Main topics are to be determined and
Vet Topics include -- More Budget Battles,
more scrutiny of what's being done -- or not
done -- by Virginia's Republican
establishment-dominated General Assembly
vs. our "esteemed" Democrat Gov and AG.

Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, ¼ mile past
King William High School. Park around back
because they close the front door at 8.

Directions: http://www.pamunkeylibrary.org/ukw_directions.htm

For more information visit www.kwteaparty.com and

https://www.facebook.com/pages/King-William-County-TEA-Party/105478799495338

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The Apr 27 Meeting.

Main Topic Cliff Hyra - Libertarian Candidate
To Speak At K.W.T.P Meeting Thursday April 27th
.

For those of you discouraged by this year’s crop of
Candidates for Virginia Governor we invite you to come out
and hear what Mr. Hyra’s positions are on the issues.

An Attorney who recently relocated to Mechanicsville from
Northern Virginia and decided to take on this challenge has
some very interesting ideas he has promoted in several public
discussions over the last two weeks

Prominent among his top proposals is one to eliminate the
first $50,000 from Virginia Income Tax giving relief to Virginia’s
middle class who have been inundated with increasing health
insurance costs, rising food and fuel costs along with those
paying increasing college tuition. The estimated savings would
be around $2500 a year, enough to make a difference in households
struggling with these rising expenses.

Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, ¼ mile past
King William High School. Park around back
because they close the front door at 8.

Directions: http://www.pamunkeylibrary.org/ukw_directions.htm

For more information visit www.kwteaparty.com and

https://www.facebook.com/pages/King-William-County-TEA-Party/105478799495338

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The May 25 and June 8 meetings:

The May 25 Meeting

Main topics are to be determined and
Vet Topics include -- More Budget Battles,
more scrutiny of what's being done -- or not
done -- by Virginia's Republican
establishment-dominated General Assembly
vs. our "esteemed" Democrat Gov and AG.

Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, ¼ mile past
King William High School. Park around back
because they close the front door at 8.

Directions: http://www.pamunkeylibrary.org/ukw_directions.htm

For more information visit www.kwteaparty.com and

https://www.facebook.com/pages/King-William-County-TEA-Party/105478799495338

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The June 8 Meeting.

Main topics are to be determined and
Vet Topics include -- More Budget Battles,
more scrutiny of what's being done -- or not
done -- by Virginia's Republican
establishment-dominated General Assembly
vs. our "esteemed" Democrat Gov and AG.



Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, ¼ mile past
King William High School. Park around back
because they close the front door at 8.

Directions: http://www.pamunkeylibrary.org/ukw_directions.htm

For more information visit www.kwteaparty.com and

https://www.facebook.com/pages/King-William-County-TEA-Party/105478799495338

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The June 22 Meeting.

Main topics are to be determined and
Vet Topics include -- More Budget Battles,
more scrutiny of what's being done -- or not
done -- by Virginia's Republican
establishment-dominated General Assembly
vs. our "esteemed" Democrat Gov and AG.



Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Start Time: 06:30 PM
Meeting Location:

Lucio C's Italian Restaurant
12134 King William Rd - Central Garage
Between King William High School and the Fast Mart.

For more information visit www.kwteaparty.com and

https://www.facebook.com/pages/King-William-County-TEA-Party/105478799495338

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The July 27 Meeting.

Main topic Speaker: Wally Horton
Director of Community Development


He will provide insight into what we may expect
in King William's future.

Vet Topics may also include -- More Budget Battles,
more scrutiny of what's being done -- or not
done -- by Virginia's Republican
establishment-dominated General Assembly
vs. our "esteemed" Democrat Gov and AG.



Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, ¼ mile past
King William High School. Park around back
because they close the front door at 8.

Directions: http://www.pamunkeylibrary.org/ukw_directions.htm

For more information visit www.kwteaparty.com and

https://www.facebook.com/pages/King-William-County-TEA-Party/105478799495338

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The Aug 10 Meeting.

Main topic Speaker:
Thanks to the efforts of K.W.T.P past Chair Rob McIntire, Virginia
Del Keith Hodges and Del Chris Peace (R) has agreed to speak to our
group on Thursday August 10th.

Vet Topics may also include -- More Budget Battles,
more scrutiny of what's being done -- or not
done -- by Virginia's Republican
establishment-dominated General Assembly
vs. our "esteemed" Democrat Gov and AG.

Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month at 7:00 PM.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, ¼ mile past
King William High School. Park around back
because they close the front door at 8.

Directions: http://www.pamunkeylibrary.org/ukw_directions.htm

For more information visit www.kwteaparty.com and

https://www.facebook.com/pages/King-William-County-TEA-Party/105478799495338

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The Next Meeting is at

7 PM Thursday, Aug 24th at Upper KW Library

Main topic is "Should 3rd District
Supervisor Stephen K. Greenwood be
Recalled?
" Come to the meeting and
find out why.

In Virginia the decision in whether or not
to remove someone from office or order a recall
election is left after petitioning the court ultimately
in the hands of a Circuit Court Judge. Obviously
then it is incumbent should the effort be made that
a detailed and clear case be outlined for the grounds
being used/cited for the elected officials removal. What
is malfeasance ? Can a case be made that it exists,
relative to the elected officials conduct and performance
in their duties ?

Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, ¼ mile past
King William High School. Park around back
because they close the front door at 8.

Directions: http://www.pamunkeylibrary.org/ukw_directions.htm

For more information visit www.kwteaparty.com and

https://www.facebook.com/pages/King-William-County-TEA-Party/105478799495338


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Our Following Meeting is at

7 PM Thursday, Sept 14th at Upper KW Library

Main topic is to be determined and
Vet Topics include -- More Budget Battles,
more scrutiny of what's being done -- or not
done -- by Virginia's Republican
establishment-dominated General Assembly
vs. our "esteemed" Democrat Gov and AG.

Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, ¼ mile past
King William High School. Park around back
because they close the front door at 8.

Directions: http://www.pamunkeylibrary.org/ukw_directions.htm

For more information visit www.kwteaparty.com and

https://www.facebook.com/pages/King-William-County-TEA-Party/105478799495338

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Our Next Meeting is at

7 PM Thursday, Sept 28th at Upper KW Library

Main topic:
Debt Slavery Via The College Education Bubble or
A Better Solution for Financing College Education - PART II

A Video With Mike Rowe (Dirty Jobs)and Dave Ramsey providing insight on this topic.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics is also predicting that seven out of the ten fastest growing jobs in the next decade will be based not on higher education, but on-the-job training. As jobs in their field of study are proving to be largely unavailable, college graduates are finding better opportunities for income advancement in the skilled labor fields. Mike Rowe argues that there exists a skills gap where millions of good jobs are going unfilled and that we are unnecessarily, and even with a stigma, discouraging young people from perusing careers in the trades. Instead we are continuously and aggressively pushing the idea that a college education is the ONLY path to middle-class prosperity. Mike is forging a campaign to change this perception.

Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, ¼ mile past
King William High School. Park around back
because they close the front door at 8.

Directions: http://www.pamunkeylibrary.org/ukw_directions.htm

For more information visit www.kwteaparty.com and

https://www.facebook.com/pages/King-William-County-TEA-Party/105478799495338


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Our Following Meeting is at

7 PM Thursday, Oct 12 th at Upper KW Library

Main topic is:
Guest Speaker - Antione Green

He may help fill in the gaps for Public Schools,
particularly the growing costs and declining outcomes
that need to be addressed. The lack of understanding many
citizens have regarding Public Charter Schools, how they work, what
their track record has been to date and the additional
competition they give the public school system are all matters
that our attendees will enjoy learning more about.


From 1950 --2012 Administrative Staffing in the Public Schools
have grown by over 700%. Student population has only grown
by some 94%, Teachers by some 252%

and the usual -- More Budget Battles,
more scrutiny of what's being done -- or not
done -- by Virginia's Republican
establishment-dominated General Assembly
vs. our "esteemed" Democrat Gov and AG.

Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, ¼ mile past
King William High School. Park around back
because they close the front door at 8.

Directions: http://www.pamunkeylibrary.org/ukw_directions.htm

For more information visit www.kwteaparty.com and

https://www.facebook.com/pages/King-William-County-TEA-Party/105478799495338

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Our Following Meeting is at

7 PM Thursday, Oct 26 th at Upper KW Library

Main topic Free Speech and other
Vet Topics include -- More Budget Battles,
more scrutiny of what's being done -- or not
done -- by Virginia's Republican
establishment-dominated General Assembly
vs. our "esteemed" Democrat Gov and AG.





Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, ¼ mile past
King William High School. Park around back
because they close the front door at 8.

Directions: http://www.pamunkeylibrary.org/ukw_directions.htm

For more information visit www.kwteaparty.com and

https://www.facebook.com/pages/King-William-County-TEA-Party/105478799495338


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Our Following Meeting is

Thursday Nov. 9 - Time: 7:00 to 8:00 PM

In view of the Thanksgiving holiday, our only meeting in November
will be Thursday the 9th at Upper King William Library

Topics will include King William Volunteer Fire Dept and the impact of
introducing paid personal on recruiting volunteers and the costs to the county.
In addition local, state and national issues in this critical election year.


KWTP's fast paced and info packed meetings are open to all citizens of good will.
They begin at 7 PM and you'll be out by 8 PM.

Meeting Location:

Upper King William Library
694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage
In the Sharon Office Park after King William High School.

Topics will include local, state and national issues in this critical election year.

KWTP's fast paced and info packed meetings are open to all citizens of good will.
They begin at 7 PM and you'll be out by 8 PM.


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Our Following Meeting is

Dec 14 at 6:30 pm for our Annual Christmas Social


There is only one meeting in Dec .

The Dec 8 meeting will - as a attendant at each and every one of
the past Socials - I can attest - you will have some of the best
food to be found that night !

Same practice as before---everyone brings a covered entrée or desert,
everything else will be provided compliments of the group.

No Business will be conducted. Special recalling of all that we have
to be grateful for and appreciation to our Creator for giving us His
guidance and wisdom He bestowed on our efforts .

KWTP's fast paced and info packed meetings are open to all citizens of good will.
They begin at 6:30 PM and you'll be out by 8 PM.

Meeting Location For Dec 8:

Upper King William Library
694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage
In the Sharon Office Park after King William High School.

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KWTP in Local Newspapers

All of our local papers have been supportive by printing our meeting announcements, news releases, letters to the editor,
and often their own reporting on our events. While such coverage should not be taken as an endorsement of KWTP's goals and
objectives, it is an important community service that keeps citizens informed. Please make it a point to email or call to say
'thanks!'

Country Courier -- country.courier@live.com
Tidewater Review -- mail@tidewaterreview.com