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Young Adult Tea Party of Kaufman County


The Young Adult Tea Party of Kaufman County Holds Its First Meeting
by Ray Myers - May 28, 2011

Kaufman County and T-Party Texans,
We are off and running.

The Kaufman County Tea Party is proud to announce that we held the first meeting of our new Young Adult Tea Party on May 17.  The meeting was held at the Crandall Cotton Gin Restaurant. We had seven Young Conservatives meet and express an interest in continuing the organizational development of the team.  The event was chaired by Courtney Tsougarakis of Kaufman.  Courtney is a twenty one year old nursing student who works for Allstate Insurance in Forney. The participating individuals included:

  • Carson Nachtigall                Crandall      75114
  • Brandon Pryor                     Crandall      75114
  • Stephen Willett                    Terrell          75160
  • Kaitlyn Pagel                        Crandall      75114
  • Skeeter Phillips                    Forney        75126
  • Jessica Tsougarakis            Kaufman    75142

We in the Kaufman County Tea Party leadership are very excited about the possibilities that this new team. Courtney has begun to establish goals and objectives or the team. In a statement, Courtney expressed:

“Everyone needs to go and check out the new face book page. Stephen set everything up for it. Go to the search bar and type in Kaufman County YouthTea Party and "like" it. It will inform everyone of upcoming meetings and important issues.

We are now selling bumper stickers for the Kaufman County Tea Party as well for $1.00. So I need some people to help sell them. They are pretty neat.

The mission of the Kaufman County Tea Party is:

-Limited Government
-Fiscal Responsibility
-Personal Responsibility
-The Rule of Law
-National Sovereignty

So spread the word so that we will have a future, a retirement and win the White House back in 2012!!!

Each new team member was given the task of bringinga new member to the next meeting. The next meeting is scheduled for May 31, 6:00 PM, at the Cotton Gin. We need to let these young Patriots know that we support them and are willing to give them hand.  We will be looking for sponsors to help accomplish their goals.  If you are interested---please let us know. In addition, if you are interested in joining this new team you may contact Courtney at:

We all must remember that we are going to leave this country in the hands of our youth. They will be the heirs of future and our only hope to defeat Socialism. We invite you to participate.

Ray Myers, Coordinator
Kaufman County Tea Party


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