Friday, November 25, 2011


You Are Cordially Invited to the American Freedom Project’s 2011

Fifth Anniversary Yorktown Colonial Christmas Party”

Hosted by Founder and President Michael P. Prunty

Along With

This Year’s Gracious ‘Special Guests:

Free Congress Foundation President: Governor James Gilmore

State Senator Elect Dick Black and Former Candidate Ben Loyola

Virginia Delegates Brenda Pogge, Bob Marshall, and Gordon Helsel

Former State Republican Party Chairman, Lt. Governor John Hager

Virginia Citizen’s Defense League President Philip Van Cleave

Virginia Campaign for Liberty Executive Director Donna Holt

York County Supervisor Tom Shepperd

Newport News City Councilwomen Pat Woodbury and Madeline McMillan

York County-Poquoson Sheriff Danny Diggs

Tidewater Libertarian Party Chairman Robert Dean

Concerned Citizens of the Middle Peninsula Spokesperson Tricia Stall

We the People 1st Congressional District Coordinator Lynda Fairman


Request the honor and pleasure of your presence to celebrate the joy of the Holiday Season at the Old Port Cove Clubhouse in Yorktown on the evening of Saturday, December 10th, 2011 at 7:00pm. Admission is free. Voluntary donations welcomed. We ask you to bring a

new un-wrapped toy for the United States Marine Corps

Toys for Tots


Directions from Points West and South along Interstate 64:

Take I-64 exit 256-B in Newport News onto Victory Blvd. east toward Poquoson. Proceed to the seventh (7th) traffic light and turn left onto Calthrop Neck Road and go 1/2 mile. Turn right into Old Port Cove. Go to the first street on the right. The clubhouse is the first building on the right.

Directions from Points North above the York River:

Cross the Coleman Bridge across the York River at Gloucester Point southbound on Rt. 17 into York County and continue south to Victory Blvd. (WalMart will be on the right). Turn left and go to the 3rd light at Calthrop Neck Road. Then follow directions as above.


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