- 05August 5, 2021Guest Speaker – Congressman Randy Weber
Randy Weber has represented the Texas 14th Congressional district in the USA since 2013. He was previously a me
mber of the Texas House of Representatives representing the 29th district. In 2011-2012 Randy was VP on the Border and Intergovernmental Affairs committee in Texas.
Randy has also served as City Councilman for Pearland and on the Grand Jury Commissioner for Brazoria County. Weber graduated from Alvin Community College and in 1977 earned a BS in public affairs from the University of Houston–Clear Lake. In 1981, he founded Weber’s Air & Heat Air-Conditioning Company.
- 02September 2, 2021
Topic: Concerned about America? What would our Founding Fathers suggest today?
Come and learn more about the instruments our Founding Fathers gave us, the People, for a time such as this, why we have not done it yet, and what you may do to participate. It is all about self-governance.
He will discuss “Concerns about America”
- 16September 16, 2021
Guest Speaker: Representative Mayes Middleton
Discussion on the Special Session that Gov. Greg Abbot called
Mayes Middleton is a member of the Texas House of Representatives, representing District 23. He assumed office on January 8, 2019. Representative Mayes Middleton is also chairman of the Texas Freedom Caucus, members of the Texas House of Representatives committed to amplifying the voice of liberty minded, grassroots Texans
Mayes sits on the Insurance Committee, the Local & Consent Calendars and the Judiciary & Civil Jurisprudence Committee.
Currently, he serves on the Board of Directors of First Liberty National Bank, the Chambers County Museum at Wallisville, and the Galveston Island Pachyderm Club, and recently served on the Board of Texas Public Policy Foundation, Empower Texans Foundation, and the Executive Committee of Texas Business Leadership Council. Mayes Middleton is one of the most generous, charitable givers in our community. His efforts have rebuilt a church in Chambers County and donated a school in Galveston.