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Mason Tea Party Meeting Set for Thursday, October 4, 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, October 3, 2012 • Posted October 3, 2012

The Mason Tea Party will meet on Thursday, October 4, 6:30 p.m. at the Richard P. Eckert Civic Center, 1024 McKinley in Mason.

Guest speaker for this meeting is John Marler, nationally recognized authority on Agenda 21 and world events.

John will address key topics concerning Agenda 21 both on the global and local levels and specifically its effects on our lives and communities. Sustainable development, land ownership, our children’s schools, Smart Grid and Smart Meters as well as other objectives of the Agenda 21 initiatives will be explained. Agenda 21 is a subject not well known to many, while the planning and implementations are ongoing. It is important that as responsible citizens we are aware of these changes to our country and our community. The public is invited and there is no charge to attend.

John has held executive positions in business, as regional manager for three airlines, regional vice president for Litton Industries; Founder of Credicom Corporation and Marfam Computer Solutions. He is the founding member of the American Association of Christian Counselors, board member for Down’s Syndrome organization and served as the coordinator for Nevada in the first Special Olympics held in Los Angles. He and his wife Melinda reside in Georgetown, Texas.The Mason Tea Party is non-partisan organization, and a member of the Central Texas Constitution Alliance (CTxCA) The Mason Tea Party and does not endorse any political party or candidate. Their mission is to educate voters and to encourage the return of the government to the ideals of the founders of this nation as defined in the Constitution.

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