February’s Upcoming Meeting

Robert Heffley will be the speaker for the next SVC meeting scheduled for Monday, February 10 at 7:00PM at the Best Western Country Cupboard Inn, Lewisburg. His presentation is titled, “Jihad in America.”

Most Americans are unaware of our country’s history with violent jihad and the enormous strides of “Cultural Jihad” that influence every aspect of our society. The Muslim Brotherhood has been at work here for decades with the intent to achieve the same success it has enjoyed in Europe. ACT! For America, the nation’s largest and fastest growing grass roots national security organization, informs the public about this threat, organizes citizens to defeat the threat in their communities, and leads legislative efforts at the state and federal level.

Robert Heffley is a chapter leader and leadership mentor for ACT! For America, the nation’s largest grass roots national security organization. Residing in Hampton, Virginia, he mentors chapter leaders in the Eastern U.S., assists in developing membership and new chapters, and represents ACT! For America at speaking and training events.

Bob is a native of Pittsburgh, PA where he earned an undergraduate degree at the University of Pittsburgh. His graduate degree is from Central Michigan University. He has held senior executive positions in the film/media industry and most recently the maritime transportation industry. Bob had a military career serving in command and staff assignments in airborne and aviation units in both peacetime and combat. He and his wife, Catherine, have four grown children and one grandchild.

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