From the Westerville Tea Party…
ACTIVE SHOOTER TRAINING
The course is called C.R.A.S.E. which stands for Civilian Response to Active Shooter Event. This is a federal grant course taught by the Franklin County Sheriff dept. in light of all the recent events at schools and public places with ACTIVE SHOOTERS! Course is well done and has updated information that differs from the last course we had that was taught by the Westerville Police Dept. That course was very worthwhile and this course will be even more beneficial for real life situations any of us could experience anywhere during our day! Our normal day could be turned upside down in a few minutes and we all need to know what to do to save ourselves and others!!
Taught by Franklin County Sheriff Dept. We must have a minimum of 20 people at this meeting!! So please put on your calendar and bring your friends also!
WHAT: Westerville TEA Party June meeting.
WHEN: Tuesday, June 12th @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM Note it starts ½ earlier than normal and goes ½ later
WHERE: The Old Bag of Nails – 24 N. State St., Westerville, OH (3rd floor)
Friday April 20 from 4 to 6 PM at the corner of Cleveland Av. and County Line Rd.
Friday April 27 from 4 to 6 PM at the 315 overpass just south of Henderson. This can be reached from Henderson, South on Olentangy River Rd., west on Teteridge, south on access rd. to Markview Rd.
Ron’s Raspberry Dessert
Genny’s Matzo Chocolate Bark
Ron’s Raspberry Dessert
This is enough for a 9X13 pan.
If using an 8×8 pan divide the quantities in half.
12 oz. raspberry jello
2 cups boiling water
2 cups applesauce
20 oz. raspberries
4 cups mini marshmallows
2 cups (16) oz. sour cream
Dissolve the jello in the pan with the hot water.
Mix in the applesauce.
Mix in the raspberries.
If they are frozen, they will help the jello set-up faster.
Mix the marshmallows and sour cream.
Apply to the top after the jello has set.
WHEN: Tuesday, February 13th @ 7:00 PM
WHERE: The Old Bag of Nails – 24 N. State St., Westerville, OH
Special guests at the February Westerville TEA Party meeting.
Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor, candidate for Governor, and her running mate, Nathan Estruth, candidate for Lieutenant Governor
Come meet Mary and Nathan and hear about their vision for the future of Ohio – and why they are highly qualified to lead the state.
Two candidates running for the seat vacated by Congressman Pat Tiberi:
REPUBLICAN: Melanie Leneghan
REPUBLICAN: Pat Manley
Melanie and Pat are running to represent Ohio and the residents of the 12th Congressional district in the May Primary. Meet these 2 candidates for U.S. Congress and to learn more about their vision for America.
When: Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Time: 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Where: The Athletic Club of Columbus
136 E Broad St,
1) Drive to 88 E Broad Street
2) Pull into East Lynn Ally
3) Pull into the Park 88 garage door
4) They will take your car and give you a card.
5) Be sure to get validation tickets during the event
What: Movie – The Insanity of God
When: 10:00 AM, 6/25/17
Where: Life Community Church
4400 Cemetery Rd
Hilliard, Ohio 43026
When: Tuesday, May 9th, 7:00 PM
Where: The Old Bag of Nails, 24 N. State St, Westerville, OH
Can you get behind a bill that eliminates teaching-to-the-test, removes Ohio from the Common Core mandates, lets the local school district decide how to evaluate teachers and principals?
As House Bill 181 – the Student Teacher Liberty Act – makes it’s way thru the House, we need to come together to help make this a reality.
Beth has helped to introduce multiple legislative actions in the Ohio Legislature, is very active in Delaware County fighting for Liberty and Life, and she has run for office. Beth is involved in Ohio politics and you need to come hear what she is up to.
When: Friday-Saturday, May 5-6
Where: Legacy Hall, Creation Museum
Cost: $189 Adult / $229 Married Couple
More Info: Click Here