Patriot Gatherig 9-4-2014
John Berry, the mover and shaker is back
The Bentons and Dawn Verkaik, EIP gurus, columnist Marilyn Snyder and others
Remembering our country with a moment of silence
Jackie Siefferman offers invocation
Tea Party Values
Mr. Hector shares ideas on how to help elect candidates
Vicki Hargrave, Redlands Town Hall, our sister organization in Redlands
Patriot James Baca, activist and symposium organizer
Cabinet member Joann Marshall, along with hubby Richard, arranges market night and other tea party events
Yes, there is a doctor in the house, Dr. Charles Thompson, Lake Arrowhead Tea Party
Ly and fellow patriots share success in preventing Riverside City Council from passing illegal immigrant friendly ordinance
Ly Kou, activist supreme
Audience welcomes back Norma Wise after her major surgery.
John Berry organizes precinct walks
Greg Brittain explains the goods and bads in pending legislation
Deborah Pauly “We have the Power”
Dynamo Deborah Pauly, Council woman, City of Villa Park
Is it a secret, John?
Volunteering is generally considered an altruistic activity and is intended to promote goodness or improve human quality of life.
In return, this activity can produce a feeling of self-worth and respect. There is no financial gain involved for the individual.
Volunteering is also renowned for skill development, socialization, and fun. It is also intended to make contacts for possible employment.
Patriotism is generally cultural attachment to one’s homeland or devotion to one’s country. Click to view Pictures!
Alone But Not Alone
Dawn and Cheryl, Election Integrity Project
Don Dix, Unite IE Radio Show
Dynamic Duo, Esther and Karen
Fairplex Last Year
Richard as George w.
Glenn Stull, Beaumont, Banning, Cherry Valley Tea Party Patriots
Greg, Rick Perry and John at the Fairplex
Jeff Ogan, Redwood Capital Funding
Greg, Rick and John
Fellow Patriots celebrate John's 69th Birthday
Ly Kou with We the People and Columnist Marilyn Snyder
Yucaipa Market Night Richard and John ~ Sept.. 25 2013
Mike Alexander from TeaPac
Booth at the Fairplex