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Special Sponsors:
Al & Irene Smith, Dian Stai, Palmer Moe, Wayne & Betty Musgrove, Carole Ragland

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Fredericksburg Tea Party donated $1,000 to The Good Samaritan Center of Fredericksburg Texas in 2019.

The Good Samaritan Center is a charitable medical, dental and mental-health clinic meeting critical health needs for Gillespie County and some of our surrounding area through direct care and community partnerships.

Neighbors helping Neighbors

The Good Samaritan Center is funded by private and charitable donations only and receives no Federal funding. They have bettered countless lives and are a shinning example of how good Americans can be.

Matt long, John Willome,Angela Smith, Al Smith, John Robinson
Fredericksburg Tea Party Steering Committee presents donation to local "Healing Center"
The Good Samaritan Center

Phone: 830-992-9010

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Thursday, April 9, 2020. 6:30 PM

Thursday, April 9 Fredericksburg Tea Party monthly meeting postponed due to WuHan virus pandemic.

Hampton Inn & Suites Fredericksburg

Doors open 6:00 for light diner.
Please join us.  Open to Public.
$10.00 donation suggested.

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