Restructuring for 2020: New “Clubhouse.” New Choices.

Dear Friends of the San Fernando Valley Patriots:
Our “Combat Civics” theme continues at a public restaurant with a new focus that ALL of can share as we head into a year of local, statewide and national elections.
The SFV Patriots will continue to meet from 2 to 3:30 p.m. on the second Saturdays of most months, excluding December (family/religious holidays).
Our new “clubhouse” is Black Bear Diner, 18355 Ventura Blvd., Tarzana, CA 91356; 818-457-4071. The meeting room is HALF the size of Marie Callender’s, which closed due to bankruptcy, but the space is semi-private, comfortable and affordable.
The Diner’s room size means we must SPLIT our membership. Instead of 25-35 people regularly attending a monthly meeting, we’re experimenting with TWO work groups, so that up to 15 people can attend a SFVP meeting at least every other month.
We offer a choice of Adams’ Groups with shared, but separate focus: John Adams (even months); Sam Adams (odd months). John Adams (election/legislative issues); Sam Adams (project/event/rally planning).
Loss of our “clubhouse” at Marie Callender’s means large meetings are out, small work groups are in; banquet menus are out, off-the-menu dining is in; bulk receipts are out, individual payments are in; passive civic action is out, fun work groups are in.
At this time, SFVP staff and I will be the only members permitted to attend both groups. This makes more seats available to patriots, but RSVP is essential.
Here’s what you need to know for our Oct. 12 or Nov. 9 meetings:
  • Select membership in EITHER the John or Sam Adams’ group.
  • RSVP the number of your party to the SFVP hotline at 818-881-7176.
  • Please RSVP by the Wednesday prior to the meeting date.
  • Attendees MUST order food for us to maintain our clubhouse reservation.
  • The Diner food prices are between $9 to $15 for lunch/breakfast meals.
  • Our “opportunity drawing” will still offer 6 tickets for $5 to support SFVP.
  • This restructuring is geared to keep SFVP affordable, intimate and effective.
A number of you RSVP’d for the work groups while we were still at Marie Callender’s. PLEASE update your RSVP as we move to the Black Bear Diner.
Blessings in Liberty!
Karen Kenney, coordinator SFV Patriots
Our Sergeant Needs a Minute Man Navy!
ACTION UPDATE: We’re making this a Sam Adams/Minute-Man priority due to Sgt. Hale’s special request. (He just returned from a month-long special assignment in Afghanistan.)
You select a new or used DVD and include a personal note in the shipping carton. Imagine if we create a pipeline, rather than just a carton of DVDs. It would give our troops something to look forward to from back home.
***Got a stack ready to ship, but need a ‘sail’!***
Contact info:
USPS Mail: Hale, Austin
TF ODIN (Gray Eagle)
Bagram Airfield
APO, AE 09354

SFV Patriots: Divide-to-Conquer

Re: SFVP Summer-Fall 2019 Restructuring: The Adams’ Groups
Dear Friends of the SFV Patriots:
This memo is to clarify the cornerstones of our format restructuring now for 2020:
Cost. Effectiveness. Accountability.
We need to cut club costs and sharpen civic efforts to remain viable in California.
We’re gearing up for 2020 with a focus on local and statewide politics.
We’re taking civic action personally and adding accountability.
Here’s the skinny: We’re splitting into two smaller work groups. You join only one. Groups meet every-other month through 2019. We continue to meet monthly on the second Saturday from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at Marie Callender’s Restaurant, but in the smaller, semi-private LIBRARY ROOM.
We stick together. We focus. We sharpen our skills.
We’re suspending large-group meetings from August through November 2019.
Instead of meeting as a single group in the larger, private Garden Room (25-30 attendees), we will meet in the Library Room (12-14 attendees).
We’re splitting into TWO “platoons”–dubbed John or Sam Adams–with the focus on legislative/election issues (John Adams) or events/projects (Sam Adams).
John Adams group meets in August and October 2019.
Sam Adams group meets in September and November 2019.
You pick your group. You work with your group. This allows for more fellowship and teamwork to hold ourselves accountable for our assigned civic actions.
Only SFV Patriots staff and myself with attend ALL meetings. At this point, you cannot signup for both groups, since seats are so limited.
Please RSVP your spot in your choice of group to 818-881-7176. Include your name, phone and email with your group selection. (I reserve the option of reassignment if seats are unavailable, but will notify you.)
Again, we’ll continue to meet at Marie Callender’s Restaurant in Northridge, but in the LIBRARY ROOM from 2 to 3:30 p.m. on the 2nd Saturday of each month (excluding December, which we take off for family or sacred holidays.)
The Library Room offers an intimate, semi-private space (located just past the restrooms). You can order off the more affordable public (non-banquet) menu and are responsible for your own bill (food/beverage/tips/tax).
My hope is this format will keep San Fernando Valley Patriots successful so we can offer speakers’ meetings in January, April, July and October in 2020 without incurring debt.
Blessings in Liberty!
Karen Kenney, coordinator SFV Patriots
AFA Heroes Event
Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019
6 to 9 p.m.
The Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City
555 Universal Hollywood Drive.
Universal City, CA 91608
Tickets:
https://americanfreedomalliance.org/ 
Help SFV Get a Table for 10!
$150 per person (Save $25 off individual price).
RSVP to SFVP Hotline by Aug. 5:
818-881-7176
 
Action for Two Freedom Fighters: A Sergeant & A President
 
ACTION UPDATE: You select a new or used DVD and include a personal note in the shipping carton. Imagine if we create a pipeline, rather than just a carton of DVDs. It would give our troops something to look forward to from back home.
***FIVE DVDS are in the Mail. Thanks, Patriots!***
 
Contact info:
USPS Mail: Hale, Austin
TF ODIN (Gray Eagle)
Bagram Airfield
APO, AE 09354
 
Karen Siegemund, pleads her case on “Huckabee.” She got fired from her teaching position within hours after hosting an American Freedom Alliance conference in May on how the Left is corrupting the media, education, entertainment and the public square. She’s going public and taking legal action.
 
ACTION UPDATE:
***Harmeet Dhillon, the attorney on the Andy Ngo/Antifa assault case is representing Dr. Siegemund***
Donate to her legal fund at Go Fund Me.
Here is the link, plus her appearance on Saturday, June 8 on the Huckabee Show:
 
 

SFV Patriot June Calendar Update

Re: Day of Prayer; City Council; Shapiro/Rally; Comic Relief
Dear Friends of the San Fernando Valley Patriots:
Time for this year of “Combat Civics” to put our hearts and hands together to serve, inform and assist those literally on the Front Lines of our First Amendment freedoms.
Pick your bullet point(s) for civic patriotism! Ready. Aim. Act. America needs you!
Blessings in Liberty!
Karen Kenney, coordinator SFV Patriots
  • Support Action for Two Freedom Fighters
  • Day of Prayer for President Trump
  • L.A. City Council Session in the San Fernando Valley
  • Eric Golub: Civil Combat Civics with a touch of Comedy
  • Sidewalk Rally for our “Benjamins”: Franklin & Shapiro!
  • Ben Shapiro event at Valley Beth Shalom
Action for Two Freedom Fighters: A Sergeant & A President
Action Choices:
Write Sgt. Austin Hale. Donate to Karen Siegemund’s legal fund.
Army Sgt. Austin Hale in Afghanistan is the first military member to respond to our SFV Patriots letter writing campaign with Operation Gratitude.
Sgt. Hale is a wheeled vehicle mechanic, married for 3 years and has served in Korea, Germany, Kuwait and Fort Knox KY (his favorite spot): “By far, Kentucky is my favorite place in the U.S. My biggest hobby is hunting, mainly whitetails and varmints…Great hearing from you!” (He aims to respond to emails within 24 hours.)
Contact info:
USPS Mail: Hale, Austin
TF ODIN (Gray Eagle)
Bagram Airfield
APO, AE 09354
Karen Siegemund, president, American Freedom Alliance, got fired from her teaching position within hours after hosting an American Freedom Alliance conference in May on how the Left is corrupting the media, education, entertainment and the public square. Donate to her legal fund at Go Fund Me.
No. 1: Rev. Franklin Graham: Day of Prayer (6/2)
Sunday, June 2, 2019.
Sponsor: Rev. Franklin Graham and 250 clergy are asking Americans to pray for the nation and the presidency of Donald J. Trump: “We need to ask God to protect, strengthen, encourage, and guide the President.
His twitter: https://twitter.com/Franklin_Graham
No. 2: L.A. City Council Holds Session in Van Nuys (6/7)
Friday, June 7, 2019 at 10 a.m. in the Van Nuys City Hall, 14410 Sylvan St., Van Nuys, CA 91401
Sponsor: Los Angeles City Council
Program: Every other month sessions on the first Friday of alternate months (next meeting will be in August). NOTE: The council used to meet monthly in the San Fernando Valley. Here is your chance to save gas, a long drive and learn.
No. 3: Combat Civics: Commentary & Comic Relief (6/8)
Saturday, June 8, 2019 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at Marie Callender’s Restaurant & Bakery, Garden Room, 19310 Business Center Drive, Northridge, CA 91324. Free parking in rear; private entrance on side of restaurant. Limited seating: 45.
(Please arrive by 1:30 p.m. to place your food order and get great seating!)
Sponsor: San Fernando Valley Patriots
Speakers meeting:
 Keynote (2:30-3:30 p.m.): Eric Golub, conservative comic/commentator/author
Guest speaker (2-2:30 p.m.): Janet Marinaccio, CEO of MEND (homeless/poor)
NOTE: We expect a sell-out crowd. RSVP a must to 818-881-7176.
Your $22 (cash only) admission includes: room rate, choice of 3 entrees, pie, beverages (non-alcoholic), tax and tip. It goes to the restaurant.
Our “opportunity drawing” (6 tickets for $5) supports SFV Patriots programs.
RSVP by noon, June 7 to our hotline: 818-881-7176.
STAY TUNED for our STRUCTURE CHANGE in August! Smaller action groups, fewer open-speaker meetings, more targeted Combat Civics. The key? Pick your Civic Action Group: John Adams (election/legislative issues); Sam Adams (outreach/events/rally planning). Sign-up sheets limited to 12 per group will be passed around at our June and July 2019 community/speaker meetings.
 
No. 4: Sidewalk Freedom Rally at Ben Shapiro Event (6/20)
Thursday, June 20, 2019 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at sidewalk in front of Valley Beth Shalom, 15739 Ventura Blvd. (at Densmore), Encino, CA 91436.
Sponsor: SFV Patriots
Event: Sidewalk rally that is Pro-Free Speech, Pro-Israel, Pro-Patriot before doors open for general admission seating at 6:30 p.m. (Check ticket info below.)
REASON: Mr. Shapiro has endure counter-free speech demonstrations at public venues and college campuses. It’s time for him to receive a Patriot welcome!
This is also a great way to promote American values and our SFV Patriots.
The corner is VERY visible to commuters and arriving event attendees.
We will bring Israeli and US flags with some specially designed posters on Free Speech, the Constitution and Mr. Shapiro himself.
RSVP is very helpful for staging and event materials. RSVP to 818-881-7176.
 
No. 5: An Evening with Ben Shapiro (6/20)
Thursday, June 20, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. (check-in 6:30 p.m.) at Valley Beth Shalom, 15739 Ventura Blvd., Encino, CA 91436.
Sponsor: Jewish Republican Alliance
Event: Ben Shapiro, editor-in-chief of DailyWire.com, host of the Ben Shapiro Show (KABC), leading conservative commentator and author of eight books, including the #1 NYT best-seller, “The Right Side of History: How Reason and Moral Purpose Made the West Great” (2019)
Tickets: General admission $25 to $35. TICKETS WILL NOT BE SOLD AT DOOR. Photo ID and ticket necessary to enter.
See web site for details or to order:www.JewishRepublicanAlliance.org

Patriots Calendar (Special Alert!)

Dear Friends of the San Fernando Valley Patriots:
We begin this update with special announcements for local patriots:
Dinesh D’Souza’s “Death of a Nation” Pre-Screening (7/31)*
Tuesday, July 31, 2018, 5:30 p.m. at AMC Burbank 16, 125 East Palm Ave., Burbank, CA 91502. (Suggested arrival time 5:10 p.m.)
Host: Encino Oaks Republican Women’s Federated
Event: Special Pre-screening of 8/3 Scheduled documentary release.
Details: EORWF must sell 75 seats to book a 100-seat theatre for this private screening.* (The pre-sale starts when you receive this email.)
Contact: Natalie at 818-571-4893 (for RSVP, if you cannot buy tickets online.
Patriot Down:
ROZY Press fell and broke both elbows late last week. Surgery and extended rehab is in her future. She is at Canyon Oak Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 22029 Saticoy St., Canoga Park, CA 91303. (near Saticoy/Topanga Canyon Blvd.) Phone: 818-887-7050.
She will not be able to use her computer. You can send an email to her phone via rozywow@icloud.com.
Neighborhood meetings highlight this edition–along with a special video treat:
  • Community Police Advisory Board (LAPD West Valley)
  • Valley Alliance of Neighborhood Councils
  • SFV Patriots meeting/book-signing, “The Road to Tyranny”
  • American Freedom Alliance 2018 “Heroes of Conscience” video highlights
Please note that we publish events, meetings and announcements of other civic groups, especially if the focus is on Constitutional or Conservative issues. You can send any announcement to klkenneyphd@aol.com.
Blessings in Liberty!
Karen Kenney, coordinator SFV Patriots
No. 1: Community Police Advisory Board Meeting (7/11)
Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at 7 p.m. at LAPD West Valley Station (Community Room), 19020 Vanowen St., Reseda, CA
No. 2: Valley Alliance of Neighborhood Councils (7/12)
Thursday, July 12, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. at Sherman Oaks Hospital (Doctor’s Conference Room), 4929 Van Nuys Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA
Admission: Free.
No. 3: SFV Patriots Meeting: “The Road to Tyranny” (7/14)
Saturday, July 14, 2018 from 2:30 to 5 p.m. at our new “clubhouse,” Marie Callender’s Restaurant & Bakery (Garden Room–adjacent to cocktail lounge), 19310 Business Center Drive, Northridge, CA 91324: 818-993-0704.
Keynote speaker: Don Jans, speaker/author of “The Road to Tyranny: Individualism to Collectivism.”
Admission: Your meal order keeps us going! Please see PERSONAL NOTE below.
NOTE: Maximum seating is 45. We need a minimum meal order to reserve this beautiful private space.
CLUBHOUSE NOTE: You select from three entrees. Tear-strip order forms will be available at our check-in desk. JULY entree choices: Salad/Soup Bar OR Chicken Pot Pie OR Ginger Salmon (if memory serves). You order individually. Pay when you order: $20 & $5 CASH. We pay  one bill.
Your meal order includes: individual salad (unless you order full salad bar), cornbread, any non-alcoholic beverage, entree and choice of Lemon Meringue, Chocolate Cream or Apple pie; tax and tip.
PERSONAL NOTE: I realize the $25 cost is $8 more than we paid at Rosie’s BBQ & Grillery. If we have good receipts for the remainder of 2018, I’ll use that to negotiate for the “lunch” menu–about $20–even though the time of our meeting indicates we’re locked into the banquet dinner menu.
RSVP: 818-881-7176.
No. 4: American Freedom Alliance “Heroes of Conscience” Awards (VIDEO)
Thursday, June 28, 2018 event now posted at AFA’s You Tube Channel. We recommend you watch each video, but our faves are below:
Catherine Engelbrecht–the IRS Scandal (VIDEO 5:12)
This introduction video includes a segment on the San Fernando Valley Patriots.
Heather Mac Donald–keynote theme, “Victimology Hysteria” (VIDEO 26:45)

Patriots Calendar (mid-July)

Dear Friends of the San Fernando Valley Patriots:
Neighborhood meetings highlight this edition–along with a special video treat:
  • Community Police Advisory Board (LAPD West Valley)
  • Valley Alliance of Neighborhood Councils
  • SFV Patriots meeting/book-signing, “The Road to Tyranny”
  • American Freedom Alliance 2018 “Heroes of Conscience” video highlights
Please note that we publish events, meetings and announcements of other civic groups, especially if the focus is on Constitutional or Conservative issues. You can send any announcement to klkenneyphd@aol.com.
Blessings in Liberty!
Karen Kenney, coordinator SFV Patriots
No. 1: Community Police Advisory Board Meeting (7/11)
Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at 7 p.m. at LAPD West Valley Station (Community Room), 19020 Vanowen St., Reseda, CA
No. 2: Valley Alliance of Neighborhood Councils (7/12)
Thursday, July 12, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. at Sherman Oaks Hospital (Doctor’s Conference Room), 4929 Van Nuys Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA
Admission: Free.
No. 3: SFV Patriots Meeting: “The Road to Tyranny” (7/14)
Saturday, July 14, 2018 from 2:30 to 5 p.m. at our new “clubhouse,” Marie Callender’s Restaurant & Bakery (Garden Room–adjacent to cocktail lounge), 19310 Business Center Drive, Northridge, CA 91324: 818-993-0704.
Admission: Your meal order keeps us going! Please see PERSONAL NOTE below.
NOTE: Maximum seating is 45. We need a minimum meal order to reserve this beautiful private space.
CLUBHOUSE NOTE: You select from three entrees. Tear-strip order forms will be available at our check-in desk. JULY entree choices: Salad/Soup Bar OR Chicken Pot Pie OR Ginger Salmon (if memory serves). You order individually. Pay when you order: $20 & $5 CASH. We pay  one bill.
Your meal order includes: individual salad (unless you order full salad bar), cornbread, any non-alcoholic beverage, entree and choice of Lemon Meringue, Chocolate Cream or Apple pie; tax and tip.
PERSONAL NOTE: I realize the $25 cost is $8 more than we paid at Rosie’s BBQ & Grillery. If we have good receipts for the remainder of 2018, I’ll use that to negotiate for the “lunch” menu–about $20–even though the time of our meeting indicates we’re locked into the banquet dinner menu.
RSVP: 818-881-7176.
No. 4: American Freedom Alliance “Heroes of Conscience” Awards
Thursday, June 28, 2018 event now posted at AFA’s You Tube Channel. We recommend you watch each video, but our faves are below:
Catherine Engelbrecht–the IRS Scandal (VIDEO 5:12)
This introduction video includes a segment on the San Fernando Valley Patriots.
Heather Mac Donald–keynote theme, “Victimology Hysteria” (VIDEO 26:45)

Patriots Calendar (July)

Dear Friends of the San Fernando Valley Patriots,
This early calendar edition targets civic education and learning.
Just a note that we publish events, meetings or classes by conservative-Constitutional groups TWICE monthly, but only if we get your announcement. Please send toklkenneyphd@aol.com and we will publish all suitable entries.
Meanwhile, here’s the early crop of July postings:
  • Brad Thor “Spymaster” at Reagan Library
  • FreedomFest Conference in Las Vegas
  • San Fernando Valley Patriots meetings: “Road to Tyranny” author
Blessings in Liberty!
Karen Kenney, coordinator SFV Patriots
No. 1: Author Brad Thor: “Spymaster” (7/10)
Tuesday, July 10, 2018 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley, CA 93065
Lecture and Book signing: Bestselling author Brad Thor
Program: 6 p.m.; Book signing: 7 p.m.
Admission: Free
No. 2: FreedomFest Conference (7/11-14)
Wednesday-Saturday, July 11-14, 2018 (check web site for variable times) at Paris Las Vegas Hotel, 3655 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89102; 877/796-2096.
Conference: Speakers/general & breakout sessions.
Speakers: More than 100 including: Judge Andrew Napolitano, Larry Elder, John Stossel, Craig Huey (7/14) and Steve Forbes.
Admission: Student $149; full conference rate $695 per person/$995 with guest.
Registration/Attendee Relations: Amy, Heather, Karen or Jennifer at 855-850-3733 x202.
No. 3: SFV Patriots: “The Road to Tyranny” Author (7/14)
Saturday, July 14, 2018 from 2:30 to 5 p.m. (come early to place menu order) at Marie Callender’s Restaurant & Bakery, 19310 Business Center Drive, Northridge, CA 913240 (Commonly known as located on Tampa near Nordhoff); 818-993-0704
Program: Author Don Jans discusses his latest book, “The Road to Tyranny: Individualism to Collectivism.” Bring your questions and notebooks!
Go to “Meetings” at our mew web site: http://thepatriotsalmanac.com/SFVPblog/
RSVP: 818-881-7176
CLUBHOUSE NOTE: Your $25 support ($20 + $5 cash, please) gets you all of the below: Choice of July entrees (Chicken pot pie, Soup and Salad Bar, Salmon), plus any non-alcoholic beverage (tea, coffee, sodas etc.), cornbread, individual salad (unless you order the salad bar), dessert selection (apple, lemon meringue or chocolate cream pie); tax and tip included. This reserves our clubhouse.
Your $5 for 6 “opportunity drawing” tickets support our web site, outreach and programs.

Patriot Election Action: AD 45

SIGN UP Memorial Day Weekend by phone or email. Read on!
Dear SFV Patriots:
Justin Clark, Republican candidate for AD 45, needs our boots on the ground. His campaign manager will drop off signs, door hangers and postcards at our office on Tuesday, May 29.
I need you to sign up via email for one of the following dates/times to be a human billboard for Clark’s campaign.
Please send your NAME, PHONE/EMAIL and SELECTED DATE/TIMES for volunteering so I can have contact you or pair-up teams. Your phone is essential since I’d like to notify the campaign ASAP of how many volunteers we will have.
I will be delivering door hangers on Sunday, June 3 in the Winnetka area (Corbin/Roscoe/Tampa/Chase). I’d love to have 1-4 people join me so we can distribute as many as possible. Time TBA via your email.
Please read the following information and make your selection. ALSO, remember you’ll need to vote for Justin Clark TWICE on the ballot to count in the special election and in the primary.
You may also PHONE IN your selected day/time/location to 818-881-7176!
Blessings in Liberty,
Karen Kenney, coordinator SFV Patriots
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Best would be 4 teams of 4, morning and afternoon.  That’s 32 folks total, or perhaps some Patriots want to double morning /afternoon.
Based on Patriot availability and location preference, we can stay at 4 morning and 4 evening locations, or we can move around.
As campaign manager , I think it’s important I’m pitching in on this project as well.  I will commit to Offramp 101 at Haskell.
Proposed morning locations:  7:30-9:00 am
 
Dates: Tuesday 5/29, Wednesday 5/30, Thursday 6/1;  Monday 6/4, Tuesday 6/5
  1. Offramp: 101 at Haskell Ave, end of the offramp.
  2. Intersection:  Ventura Blvd and Balboa.
  3. Intersection: Victory Blvd and Reseda
  4. Intersection: Saticoy and Tampa
  5. Intersection: Roscoe and Winnetka
  6. Intersection: Van Owen and Desoto
  7. Intersection: Ventura Blvd and Topanga Canyon
  8. Intersection: Victory and Fallbrook
  9. Intersectop: Victory and Shoup
Possible evening locations.  4:30-6:00 pm
Northbound Freeway Offramps:
  1. Balboa
  2. Reseda
  3. Tampa
  4. Winnetka at Ventura Blvd. Intersection
  5. Topanga
  6. Shoup
  7. Valley Circle/Mullholland
The sign looks like this–light and easy to hold.

Patriot Endorsement Guide(s)

Dear Friends of the San Fernando Valley Patriots:
The key voter research, Republican, Conservative endorsement sites are highlighted in red. Some include a printable PDF to take to the polls or use to mark your mail-in ballot.
We’ve enclosed union, Democrat, union, media and special-interest sites for review as “opposition research.”
This may be updated to include significant endorsements including the CA Tea Party Groups/Coalition for Policy Reform list.
Election Integrity Project recommends casting ballots at the poll in CA. https://www.facebook.com/electionintegrityproject
Blessings in Liberty!
Karen Kenney, coordinator SFV Patriots
5/12/2018
Voter Research:
  • Vote Smart: Candidate votes, positions, issues, biography, funding Outstanding one-stop research on candidates nationwide. https://votesmart.org/
    1-800-VoteSmart
Civic/Union Organizations:
Conservative/Christian:
Community:
Media:
Political Parties:

Patriot Rally: Honor police/military (5/19)

Dear Friends of the San Fernando Valley Patriots:
This is in the Patriot Calendar for May, however, socializing opportunity awaits for those attending: supper at Black Bear Diner in Tarzana.
Hope to see you!
Blessings in Liberty…
Karen Kenney, coordinator SFV Patriots
No. 3: National Police Week/Armed Forces Day Rally (5/19)
Saturday, May 19 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the LAPD West Valley Community Police Station, 19020 Vanowen St., Reseda, CA 91335. Bring U.S. flags & support posters for our police and military. We have a half-dozen pre-printed posters to borrow.
Parking and staging area will be in the parking lot behind the adjacent Los Angeles Public Library branch.
POST-RALLY option–Black Bear Diner, 18353 Ventura Blvd., Tarzana 91356 (2.5 miles away just east of Reseda Blvd., 818-457-4071. RSVP to SFV Patriots hotline at 818-881-7176 by Wednesday 5/16 so we can get their backroom dining area. Missed the RSVP deadline, so we’ll take a vote at the rally😉