Upcoming Speakers

November 26, Happy Thanksgiving

December 3, Mark McCloskey, candidate for Roy Blunt’s seat in the US Senate

Mark was born and raised in the St. Louis Missouri suburb of Webster Groves and is a life-long Republican. He attended St. Louis Country Day School where he was Captain of the wrestling team and President of the Student Council. He graduated magna cum laude from Southern Methodist University with degrees in Psychology, Sociology and Criminal Justice. He went on to receive his law degree from SMU as well and has spent the last 36 years representing the rights of his fellow citizens. 

Board meeting follows

December 10, Salvation Army Representative

December 17, Open microphone day. — 2021 in review / member feedback

Christmas Celebration

Bring unwrapped toys for the Salvation Army and their Christmas party for kids December 23. Or bring socks and shoes for women and children, personal items or cash.

December 24, Merry Christmas

December 31, Happy New Year

January 7, Mike Ferguson, News Talk STL, 94.1

January 14, Rosendo “Marty” Martinez, Convention of States

  1. He was in Cuba throughout the Fidel revolution.

2. In 1959 Enrolled in Embry Riddle Aeronautical Institute and graduated with three Engineering Degrees.

3. Worked for McDonnell Astronautics and then Emerson Electric which is now called DRS.

4. He worked in all kinds of defense equipment, missiles, armaments, laser designators, etc.

5. Retired in 2007 as a Senior Engineering Scientist.

6. Started his own MMart LLC Engineering Consulting Company after retirement.

7. During the Obama Care fiasco he started getting involved trying to change the direction our country was heading by saying a few words at many opposition gatherings of Obama Care, including speaking in front of the US Capitol, Kiener Plaza and was invited to give speeches in a few other places.

8. He was a witness in front of the Missouri assembly explaining the dangers of implementing Obama Care, comparing it to the beginnings of communism in Cuba.

9. He was a witness in Jefferson City convincing the Senators to support HB836 Bill which appoints the commissioner that will be representing Missouri at the Convention of States.

10. He is now the Missouri Convention of State Legislative Liaison.

January 21, TBD

January 28, TBD

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