Monday, June 27, 2011




Our 12 noon luncheon for Wednesday, June 29th will be held at
Italiano’s restaurant, 4801 North Lincoln in OKC. Speaking briefly
this week will be Peter Hodges. He recently attended the political
event in Minneapolis Minnesota. Peter is one of the conservative
Catholics working to get the local Oklahoma Sponsoring Committee (with
links to Saul Alinsky) out of the local Catholic parishes. We may have
some speakers at OCPAC in the future as a result of contacts made by
Peter while in Minnesota. Our main speaker will be Lori Coats,
director for Oklahoma’s Agri-tourism for that part of Oklahoma west of
I-35. So you don’t know anything about Agri-tourism? Well that is
exactly the reason for having Lori come to explain, what it is, where
its located and how to participate. She will have about a 30 minute
power point presentation and enough hand-outs for everyone in


* MONDAY EVENING - OKLAHOMA COUNTY - Come meet Darrell Sorrels,
possibly the next County Sheriff for Oklahoma County. Many folks
believe Democrat Sheriff John Wetsel has been in office long enough
and possibly Republican Darrell Sorrels will be just the man to
replace the existing Sheriff. The meeting will be held Monday evening
June 27th, at the Edmond Library (10 South Boulevard) from 6:30 to
8:00 p.m.

Darrell has served the citizens in Oklahoma County as a professional
law-enforcement officer for over 20 years. He is currently a special
deputy for the U.S. Marshal Service. He has earned an Advanced Law
Enforcement Certification with the State of Oklahoma and is currently
a state certified law enforcement instructor. Darrell is a devoted
husband, father, grandfather and perhaps more important, a serious
Christian. Darrell attends First Southern Baptist Church in Del City
and calls himself a Constitutional Conservative Christian.

Following is his pledge to the voters: “I am committed to the citizens
and taxpayers of Oklahoma County to reduce government spending. I am
led to serve as a conservative voice for the citizens and a proactive
leader in law enforcement. I will keep my word to uphold, defend,
protect, preserve, and obey the Constitution of the United States of
America. The founders of America pledged their lives, their fortunes,
and their sacred honor to establish liberty here in the USA. To keep
it, we the people must do likewise. To ensure the trust of our
citizens, we must train our law enforcement professionals in Character
First and Police Dynamics.”

For further information e-mail of call (405)
942-0262. I have gotten to know Darrell over the past several months
and believe he would be an exceptional Sheriff. Please take some time
to attend Monday evening to meet Darrell and make your own decision.

* TUESDAY EVENING - KONAWA - A new tea party has started meeting
in Konawa which is in the Southeastern part of Seminole County, near
the Pottawattamie county line. The location will be the American
Legion Hall in Konawa with the times being from 7:00 until 9:00 p.m.
Speaking at this month’s meeting will be Tony Lauinger, head of
Oklahomans For Life. Tony is also on the board of the National Right
To Life organization. Also speaking will be freshman State Senator
Ralph Shortey. Senator Shortey will be speaking about his experience
in the legislature this year, all that happened and things that he
learned. For the folks in this area, please get out and support these
developing tea parties, they are making a difference in the rural
areas of Oklahoma.

I look forward to seeing everyone this Wednesday.

Charlie Meadows

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