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One Nation

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The Montgomery TEA Party

Introducing our 8th Annual Picnic


Annual Picnic

We the People of Montgomery Township, in Order to form a more perfect TEA Party, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Annual Picnic for its members, its guests and anyone else who may wish to attend for the United States of America.

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Date:  July 30, 2017 (Sunday) 


Time:  2:00 - 5:00pm


​Location:  Montgomery Park Pavilions

                    185 Harlingen Road . Belle Mead, NJ


The Montgomery TEA Party Presents:

Preserving our Future through Freedom

  • Mr. ​​Frank Bruno, Somerset County Public Advocate, Citizen Action to Preserve Conservatism - The Fight has Just Begun!
  • Mr. Jerome Huyler, PhD - Former Seton Hall Assistant Professor - What Our "Forgotten" Men & Women Need to Know and This Country's Critics Refuse to See.
  • Ms. Donna Simon, Mr. Andrew Zwicker (invited) - 16th Assembly District Contenders.
  • Mr. Alec Grant, Rowan University Student - Immigration and the Future of America.


What to do:  

Go to the Contact Us page and please let us know if you will be attending and how many people there will be in your party. In the subject box, please enter something like: Picnic 2017.


Helping with set-up:

Assisting with set-up and break-down is easy when we all chip in.  Please indicate if you will be able to help.  It will be more like having fun than a chore... Trust us... "No new taxes." 


Donations Helpful:

It will very much be appreciated to have assistance with the funding of this terrific event.  Please include in your email (Contact Us page) how you will be able to contribute.


Want to bring something?

Yes, we encourage you to make and bring a desert, a side-dish, snacks or even a main dish.  Feel free to make up recipe cards to hand out so that those who enjoyed your offerings can now make it for themselves and have it become a new food tradition in their homes.

Remember, imitation is the best form of flattery!


How much fun to have:

As much as you want!







​​2017

The Montgomery TEA Party

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