Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Political Fundraiser…

 

My friend Jackie and I attended a Women’s Political Luncheon Saturday. It was held at our local university. The reason we attended was to support the young man in this mosaic. He is an aspiring local politician. He is exactly what our country needs right now, a young man with morals and Christian beliefs that are unshakable.

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In the mosaic above our young politician is surrounded by his beautiful wife, mother and grandmother. What a perfect way to start your campaign by being supported by the most important ladies in his life!!! This young couple were actually glowing (Btw wife is 6 wks preggo) with their no. 3!!!

image These beautiful young ladies provided some wonderful entertainment. They are both   students of biology at this university. That beautiful redhead is the daughter of  Mike Snyder, country music’s banjo pickin’ comedian that hails from our area. Talk about talent, these two beauties have it all!!!

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                           Each luncheon table was colorfully decorated and the meal was wonderful!!!

 

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                 The speakers table held those two beautiful cakes. Our politician’s wife baked both of them           and  they were auctioned for mucho bucks!!!

 

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The gentlemen in the center top photo is a local political leader, I think he was eating Tums at that point. Jackie and I had been “discussing” politics with him.

12 comments:

  1. I wish the best for he and his family. Our country needs all the politicians with morals and Christian beliefs that we can get to save it!
    Blessings,
    Lorilee

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  2. May God bless that young man, honey! I am sooooooo sick of making deals for votes and getting the short end of the stick. I pray for the moral courage on a daily basis. I hope this young man can do something good for his country.
    xoxo<
    Connie

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  3. I hope he can stick to his beliefs. So sad what is happening here...

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  4. It certainly looks like a fine group of folks. I hope the young man can persevere and win.
    thank you so much for visiting me and leaving such a lovely comment.
    Sonny

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  5. Love the mosaic of you sweet pooch. The luncheon looks like a great event. I stay away from politics because unless you are with like minded folks, it can get quite heated. Love your tea post. Your friends certainly have a beautiful home and local wine sounds divine to me. Have a great day! :) Tammy

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  6. I hope the young man can keep his morals and christian values....... this is what we need more of in the political world.

    The luncheon looks lovely!

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  7. (i am now following anonymously, due to some stalking issues...)wanted to let you know :)

    and yes, i am glad to hear that many are feeling the call to raise their voice. if we cannot speak our minds in America, where can we? HUGS

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  8. We certainly need more people running for office --who are young and have good morals, who are HONEST and want the best for our country. I hope he does well... Keep us posted. We need more like him!
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  9. I love the sweet pictures in your header-such a cutie!
    Thank you so much for visiting me and leaving a helpful tip for getting my photos on. My computer is slow these days so I haven't been on it as much but I am going to try that.
    Thank you again,
    Carolyn

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  10. Hi Becky! Well, God bless that young man and I wish he and his family the best. We do need more political figures with Christian morals! I'd vote for him.
    Thanks for popping in to see little Carter.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;0

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  11. Cute doggie mosaic! And cute tablescapes at the fundraiser! What a handsome family! Happy week!...Debbie

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  12. It's good to see young people with values get involved in politics. I wish him well.

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