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Quarterly Breakfast Meeting
Saturday, October 8, 2016



Saturday, October 8, 2016

8:00 AM to 10:00 AM


Encks Catering Facility, 1461 Lancaster Rd (Rt. 72), Manheim, PA  17545 

(Former site of Kreider's Restaurant.

Use south entrance to Encks Catering)
Our speakers are: 

Brandon MacCartney, Family Research Council

Senator Lloyd K. Smucker, Republican Nominee for Congress

Family Research Council's mission is to advance faith, family and freedom in public policy and the culture from a Christian worldview.


Brandon MacCartney joined FRC in the spring of 2013. Before coming to FRC, Brandon worked in the private sector as the owner of a successful painting company for twenty years in the commercial, residential, and specialty finish areas. Brandon graduated from Houghton College with a B.S. in Exercise Physiology and a minor in Educational Ministry. In addition to playing basketball at Houghton, Brandon also was privileged to travel to the Philippines, Central Asia, and Russia to play basketball with Athletes in Action (AIA). While serving with AIA Brandon traveled throughout Ohio, Kentucky, and New York doing evangelistic assemblies in high schools. Brandon has also traveled throughout the world on missions trips. Brandon and his wife, Beth, are active in their local church serving in different capacities.


Lloyd Smucker is running for Congress to make certain that anybody who works hard and plays by the rules can achieve the American Dream. Recognized as a thoughtful problem-solver by our community, Lloyd has never backed down from a fight to stand up for our beliefs. 


Lloyd supports the repeal of Obamacare and will champion legislation to uphold the patient protections that have wide support, like covering pre-existing conditions and allowing children under age 26 to remain covered under their parents health insurance plan.


Elected to the Pennsylvania State Senate in 2008, Lloyd quickly rose as an educational reformer focused on restoring local control and holding failing schools accountable to parents. Believing that all children should have access to a world-class education, Lloyd championed reforms to ensure schools are adequately funded while stemming the skyrocketing cost of education.



 Please reserve your seat at the quarterly breakfast by Wednesday, October 5, 2016. The cost is $15.00 per person. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. (Click the link on the right above.)

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