SFV Patriots 2019 Speakers’ Roster

Our program theme this year is “Citizen Voices, Civic Charities,” where we pair guest and keynote speakers to offer original insight on civic/cultural issues or introduce California charities, which serve local communities, but lack a national footprint.
Meetings are from 2 to 4 p.m. on the second Saturday of each month at Marie Callender’s Restaurant & Bakery (Garden Room), 19310 Business Center Drive, Northridge, CA 91324; 818-993-0704. Free parking is behind the restaurant. The Garden Room has a separate side entrance between the parking lot and the main entrance.
SPEAKERS: We offer a token honorarium AND a meal to dine-in or take-out. (Banquet menu choices include: 1 of 3 entrees, cornbread, beverages and pie wedge.)
Guest speakers: 2:30 to 3 p.m.; Keynote speaker: 3 to 4 p.m. Please arrive at least 30 minutes prior to speaking time. We can reserve up to 2 seats per speaker.
We recommend a low-tech presentation without amplified sound due to the intimate size, acoustics and shape of the Garden Room. Abundant ceiling and window light impedes power-point visibility. We provide a podium and display table (booklets, handouts, CDs, DVDs etc.). We can arrange space for book-signing/sales. Seating capacity is 45.
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The developing 2019 schedule is listed below. Please reply your CONFIRMATION with up to 5 sentences of a thumbnail biography and/or your preferred web site or email for publication.
Thanking you in advance for your replies.
Blessings in Liberty!
Karen Kenney, coordinator SFV Patriots
818-996-6820 (daytime phone/no texting)😎
Capt. Thomas Boyle, War of 1812.
March 9, 2019:
Keynote speaker: Jolin Crofts, telecommunications professional, first-generation immigrant from Iran and is a citizen of the United States. Her personal history as a target and investigator of the “Deep State” inspires her presentation on the identity, intent and operations of those in government who target individuals and groups–and offers some effective solutions in how to combat the “Deep State.”
Guest speakers:
Debi Harvey, executive director of the Open Arms Pregnancy Clinic in Northridge, a Christian-Pro-Life clinic offering a variety of women’s reproductive health services.
Edy Bernal, executive director of the Pregnancy Counseling Center in Mission Hills, which serves a variety of populations including homeless women.
Patti Flores, Campaign Director in the San Fernando Valley of the 40 Days for Life project, a nationwide series of initiatives, projects and events promoting Pro-Life issues.

April 13, 2019:
Seminar Instructor: Douglas V. Gibbs, author, radio host (KMET AM1490), fellow (American Freedom Alliance); sentinel (Heritage Foundation) will conduct a 2-hour seminar on key Constitutional issues, current threats to the Bill of Rights and ways to defend our Founding Principles and Documents. Mr. Gibbs will also have copies of his latest book for separate purchase and signing.
NOTE: A special combined fee of $35 (cash only, please) applies to this seminar, which includes “clubhouse” space, service, meal, extended-travel per diem and program. RSVP helpful since seating is limited to 45.
No Guest Speaker: Discussion/Book-signing.

May 11, 2019:
Keynote speaker: Arthur Christopher Schaper is a blogger, writer and commentator on a variety of socio-political and cultural issues, especially those with a timely or controversial focus. He is a frequent contributor to Townhall. com, and the Canada Free Press.  His topic is the Myth of Transgenderism.
Guest speaker: TBA/Discussion

June 8, 2019:
Keynote speaker: Eric Golub, author, comedian, on “Conservative Comedy: Using Humor to Beat the Left at their Own Game.”
No Guest Speaker: Discussion/Book signing (TBA)