SVC Meetings Resume 9/9

“Angel Patriots: The Crash of United Flight 93 and the Myth of America” The Susquehanna Valley Conservatives will resume our monthly meetings Monday, Sept 9th with a special local program on the 9/11 attack in Penna.  

Our guest – Professor Alexander Riley of Bucknell University.  Prof. Riley is the author of  “Angel Patriots: The Crash of United Flight 93 and the Myth of America”.  You will hear about the symbolic impact and role of the Flight 93 crash in Shanksville, Penna., its place in the nation’s consciousness, about the site and crash,  how it continues to have an impact on who we are as Americans.

Joins us this Monday evening to honor our American heroes of 9/11, 7 pm at the Best Western meeting rooms, next door to Country Cupboard, rt. 15 Lewisburg.

Next Meeting Monday May 13th

What is the state of the economy here in Central Pennsylvania?  Our guests will discuss this topic and related issues Monday, May 13th.

We are the Susquehanna Valley Conservatives inviting you to our regular monthly meeting Monday evening. Our guest – President Bob Garrett of the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Our other guest – State Representative Fred Keller of Snyder/Union County who will update us on the a host of local issues including bridge projects, the local economy,
and the latest proposals considered in the Pennsylvania
House of Representatives.

Join us – the Susquehanna Valley Conservatives – for Bob Garrett and Fred Keller Monday, May 13th. for our free and open to the public meeting at the Best Western Meeting rooms, next door To Country Cupboard, Rt. 15, North, Lewisburg. Meeting times are  7pm to 8:30pm.

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Next Meeting Monday April 8th

The Susquehanna Valley Conservatives invite you to our:
Meet the Republican Candidates Night for County Commissioner in Union, Snyder, and Northumberland counties.

Thirteen candidates are invited to our Forum:

Union County: Preston Boop, John Mathias, Jeff Reber, and Billy Allred.

Snyder County: Joe Kantz, Joe Feehrer, Rylan Ebright, Bob Pyle, and Chuck Steininger.

Northumberland County: Sam Schiccatano, Slade Shreck, Tom Webb, and Joe Klebon.

On the Republican ticket, you will be asked to vote for TWO candidates in your County.

A reminder that due to our one and one-half hour program featuring thirteen candidates, we will not have
extensive time to delve deeply into issues. However, this will be an excellent opportunity to see your candidates
in person, responding to questions and then, if you choose, meet with them afterward on specific issues important to you.

We also believe it is instructive to hear how the three counties compare and differ on a number of local issues.

As always our meeting is free and open to the public. We meet 7pm to 8:30pm, Monday, April 8th, at the Best Western Meeting Rooms, next door to Country Cupboard, Rt. 15 North, Lewisburg. Entrance is in the rear of
the building.

March Meeting

Susquehanna Valley Conservatives welcome Michael Ciccocioppo

Abortion Laws ending the life of an infant are being discussed and/or legalized in Virginia, NewYork and New England!

What is going on?

The Susquehanna Valley Conservatives welcome Michael Ciccocioppo, executive director of the Pennsylvania PRO Life Federation as our guest speaker this coming Monday.

He will discuss and help us understand the truth behind abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia.  He energizes pro-lifers at the grassroots to work for a society that respects human life from conception to natural death.

Our topic  – American values regarding infant life and abortion.

Susquehanna Valley Conservatives meeting will be held  March 11th at 7 pm, in the Best Western meeting rooms, next door to Country Cupboard, Route 15, Lewisburg.  As always, the program is free and open to the public.

February Meeting

The Susquehanna Valley Conservatives will show the documentary movie ROCKY MT. HEIST this coming Monday night Feb 11th, a documentary
Liberals don’t want you to know about.
What are the liberal opponents of “Rocky Mountain Heist” afraid of? An informed citizenry, an independent media, and conservatives willing to push back.

“Rocky Mountain Heist,”  tells the story of how a wealthy quartet of liberal millionaires and billionaires in Colorado took over the once-republican red state of Colorado inside ten years.
Result?  Liberals captured the governor’s office, the state legislature, and both Senate seats in Colorado. It could happen here in Pennsylvania!

Join us for this documentary.

Susquehanna Valley Conservatives meeting will be held, February 11th, at 7pm, in the Best Western meeting rooms, next door to Country Cupboard , Route 15, Lewisburg.  As always, the program is free and open to the public.

Our next meeting 1/14/19 will be on Climate Change

Our next meeting 1/14/19 will be on Climate Change and the inconvenient facts concerning how it is benefiting Earth and humanity.

Gregory Wrightstone is a geologist and author of the recently released book Inconvenient Facts – the science that Al Gore doesn’t want you to know. The book was the result of Greg’s search for the truth amid the many allegations of climate catastrophe. Greg is a frequent guest of radio and TV hosts on the subject of global warming including Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham, Fox and Friends and Brian Kilmeade.

He is an official commentator for Newsmax TV, contributing writer for The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation and sits on the Advisory Board of the Heartland Institute. His commentaries can be found on some of the most popular conservative websites including the Daily Caller, Daily Wire, American Thinker and many others.

Gregory is a strong proponent of the scientific process and believes that climate policies should be driven by science and facts not by a political agenda.

“I have never heard a more compelling case based on facts to counter the widely propagated/mainstream acceptance of climate change causes and effects”  JM Tan 7/25/18



Our next meeting 12/10 concerns human trafficking

Human beings sold into bondage and slavery?
It is happening not only here in our homeland, the USA, but also happening in the Rt. 15 corridor, our guest this Monday evening, Dec 10th is Rachel Gordner, RN, a SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner)nurse with Evangelical Community Hospital, will provide a presentation on human trafficking in the Route 15 Corridor and our area in particular.

This program is presented as non-partisan and is being held to increase the interest and knowledge of the people of our area as to the extensive existence of human trafficking in our backyard. Ms. Gordner will discuss the sources of it, how to identify potential situations, and how to then appropriately respond.

This issue is of tremendous importance to all of us and is not well known. The meeting will be held Monday, December 10, at 7pm, at the Baylor Room, Best Western Country Cupboard Inn, Route 15, Lewisburg. As usual, our program is free and open to the public at no cost.

As is our December tradition, we are asking for donations of non-perishable food and other items that will be distributed to the Eastern Union County Food Bank.