Tri-City Tea Party monthly meeting June 19, 6-7:30 pm


See you Tuesday, June 19, 6-7:30 pm Tri-City Tea Party’s meeting featuring a powerful, insightful forum on Religious Liberty and the Future of Freedom in America. PLUS You’ll also hear a riveting Election Day report from Ruth Weiss of the Election Integrity Project.


Also, the latest updates from our Action Groups PLUS learn the next tactic on how to talk with a liberal and win.  For our forum speaker bios, see below.


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Tri-City Tea Party

When: June 19, 6-7:30 pm

Where: Boomers! Vista

1525 W. Vista Way

Vista CA 92083

Boomers phone: (760) 945-9474


Directions to Boomers

1.From Hwy 78, go north on Emerald Dr. one block.

2. Go right on W. Vista Way, about ½ mile

3. Turn left at the light onto Grapevine

4. On the first block, turn right into Boomers’ parking lot at the concrete and blue-iron gates.


New! Boomers Pizza BuffetWe encourage you to come early and enjoy food and beverage at Boomers Café.  This is how we compensate for the room.


Forum Speaker Bios


Fr. Anthony Saroki JD was born to Chaldean Catholic immigrants from Iraq. He is the Pastor of Ascension Parish in Tierrasanta and serves as the Director of Priestly Vocations for the Diocese of San Diego.


Dr. Christopher Clark is the pastor of East Clairemont Southern Baptist Church in San Diego.


Rev. Preston Butler, Jr., Co-Founder/President of PK3 Ministries based in Oceanside, CA, and the author of “It’s OK to Have an Affair (with your spouse).



Attorney Dean Broyles has, for more than a decade, been active in vindicating the constitutional rights of individuals and groups. In early 2007, Dean was instrumental in founding The Western Center for Law & Policy (WCLP). ________________________________

Benjamin Franklin said, “If we don’t hang together we will surely hang separately.”  How can we best work together to prosper our nation and protect our freedoms?



Jill Parvin

Events Co-coordinator, Tri-City Tea Party

760-912-1551 c

Free Market Solutions–Constitutionally Limited Government—Balanced Budget

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