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February meeting: How to Create a Revolution

Declaration of Independence signatures

Revolutionaries: “…with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence”, they mutually pledged to one another “our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.”

Bryan College Station Tea Party meeting

Thursday, February 19th

6:30 – 8:00pm  at C&J BBQ 1010 South Texas Ave. Bryan, TX (large meeting room).

6-6:30pm – We have an eat-n-greet before the meeting. You can choose to buy your own dinner or you can just sit and visit with folks.
6:30pm – Meeting starts. Attire is casual (jeans).

Topic: “How to Create a Revolution”

Speaker: Brett Rogers, a Texas grassroots organizer who inspires and equips ordinary folks to stop talking and start doing!

The founders set up the union of these States so that we can use the ballot to change our direction. While many people feel frustrated about the current direction of the country, with a very simple and concerted effort, we have the representation we seek and the smaller government we need.

For those who want to eat after meeting we go to Applebees for a “hangout ” to talk and eat.

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