TEA Party hears from candidate for sheriff at November meeting


Tom Cronenwett, candidate for Morrow County Sheriff, speaks to the Morrow County TEA Party. // Courtesy Photo


The November meeting of the Morrow County TEA Party took place Monday, November 16, 7 p.m., at the Mount Gilead Library Annex.

As is our custom, the Meeting opened with prayer to our Lord and the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag and to the United States of America. One first-time attendee received a first-meeting packet including a pocket Constitution. A Founding Fathers presentation was given by a member. Howard Whiston presented books to the group and gave short descriptions of each one.

The meeting’s featured speaker was Tom Cronenwett, a candidate for Morrow County Sheriff. He told about himself, why he would like to be our Sheriff, and asked for our vote. The door prize Winner was Bryce Coder.

As usual, food items were collected and were distributed to No Limits Outreach Center the next day.

The next regular meeting will be December 21, 7:00 p.m., at the Mount Gilead Library Annex in the rear. This meeting will include a celebration of Christmas.

Coffee, tea, and cookies were available to all during the meeting and social time.

All activities of the Morrow County TEA Party, a non-partisan organization, are open to the public and all are welcome.

Submitted by Nelson Hack, Coordinator.

Tom Cronenwett, candidate for Morrow County Sheriff, speaks to the Morrow County TEA Party. // Courtesy Photo
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/12/web1_GetAttachment.jpgTom Cronenwett, candidate for Morrow County Sheriff, speaks to the Morrow County TEA Party. // Courtesy Photo