Wednesday, March 23, 2011

VIRGINIA TEA PARTY PATRIOTS FEDERATION
CoLA Kick Off Meeting - Saturday, March 26

Where:

Richard S. Gillis, Jr./Ashland Branch Library
201 S. Railroad Avenue
Ashland, VA 23005

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When:

Saturday March 26, 2011 from 10:30 AM to 3:00 PM EDT
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This is the first CoLA meeting of the year; all those who wish to participate on the CoLA committee must be in attendance.

Participation is not limited to group leaders, it is open to everyone interested - please use the link below to forward to anyone who is interested in participating. It is critical that all interested parties attend this meeting, as we will be voting on structure and process for the balance of 2011 and the 2012 General Assembly.
  
After a detailed review of the "Lessons Learned" from CoLA's first year, we will discuss and vote on the organizational structure, decision processes and timeline.  We will form committees and elect leadership for 2011.
  
(FYI...a few of the suggested, high-interest issues for the upcoming year are UN Agenda 21, the new national Health Care Compact, Immigration and also fiscal issues as 2012 is a budget year for the VA General Assembly.)


Please be thinking in advance where your interests lay and how you will contribute moving forward.

Morning coffee will be provided (donations please)
and lunch (pizza?) will be ordered that day, the cost to be divided between those partaking. You may 'Brown Bag It" if you prefer.

In order to let us know how many people to expect, please let us know you are coming.  

Click Below to RSVP.

CoLA's second meeting of the year is scheduled for May 14. Please mark your calendars. This when we will discuss actual legislation.




We are looking forward to a productive meeting of the hardest workers in the Federation!
  
Thank you for your attention and response, and we look forward to seeing you at this event.  This is your opportunity to help shape next year's legislative agenda!

Thanks,

Your 2010 CoLA Committee



In Victory,
Mary

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