Neighborhood Tea Party - Northside


Neighborhood Tea Party - Northside

Group of like-minded patriots living in and around the northside area of Jacksonville.

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Latest Activity: Oct 7, 2018

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Comment by Valerie Sawyer on March 24, 2011 at 4:44pm
Thank you for answering Tom's question. Sorry I'm  late to the discussion. Yep, third Monday of each month at Hunter's  BBQ on New Berlin Road. Next meeting will be Monday, April 18th. Our speaker will be Jerry Merckel, a science professor from UNF. We will be discussing global warming and the Japanese disaster and how all that is being spun in the media. Should be good stuff! Thanks to ALL who have been attending!
Comment by J. Crosby on March 24, 2011 at 9:09am
Hi Thomas, the meetings are every third Monday of the month, so far, still to be held at Hunters BBQ, starting at 6-7 p.m. for eats and meeting members.  7-8:30 for the meeting and updates.  Hope this info helps.  Welcome to the group.
Comment by J. Crosby on February 22, 2011 at 9:22am
Loved the attendance at the very first meeting held on the Northside last night!  If we all just invite 2 each month and try to at least bring one (go get them, take the work out of it for them), before you know it, we'll have to find a much larger place.  (Hmmmm, that could be bad, Hunter's BBQ is great).

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First Coast Tea Party
731 Duval Station Rd, Suite 107-171
Jacksonville, FL 32218

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