Lower Cape Republican Council to host annual March breakfast meeting this Saturday

Featured speaker is Brad Wyatt, member of the Worcester Tea Party

The Lower Cape Republican Council is hosting its annual “March Into Spring” breakfast at the Orleans Inn, just off the Eastham rotary on Saturday, April 2nd from 8:00 am to 10:00 am.

This year’s featured speaker is Brad Wyatt, Massachusetts State Coordinator for the Campaign For Liberty, and an active member in the Worcester Tea Party.  Multiple grassroots organizations meet at his “Liberty Clubhouse” project on the 4th floor of the Osgood Bradley Building.  Brad is also currently the chairman of the Boylston School Committee. He is former president of NED Corporation, a manufacturing business in Worcester, MA that manufactured diamond blades (in America!) for cutting roads, concrete, granite, etc.  After he sold that business, he became President of Osgood Bradley Building Corp, a 144,000 square foot, concrete building built in 1914 in Worcester.

Also appearing will be Jim Crocker, former State Senate Candidate and David Dunford, former candidate for State Representative from the 4th Barnstable District.

The informal buffet breakfast setting features a full breakfast, providing a chance for Republicans of all stripes to meet each other.

Tickets are available at the door at $17 per person and can be reserved by calling Pat Klammer at 508-432-2963 or Don Howell at 508-430-1672 or by contacting your local Republican Town Committee. These contacts may also be used by anyone interested in learning more about the Republican Party on Cape Cod.

Whether you’re an active Republican, someone who wants to know more about the candidates, or just want to gather with your friends, you’ll be glad you came.

Courtesy of the Lower Cape Republican Council.

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