Members of the Jefferson County Pachyderm Club recently attended the CPAC conference held in St. Charles. There were many conservative elected leaders there speaking and holding informational discussions about current conservative issues. If you did not make it plan on attending next year.
I had the pleasure of seeing previews of this new movie to be released in November. I cannot remember seeing a better Christmas movie since It’s a Wonderful Life and it was in black and white. Check local listings for release locally or visit.
THECHRISTMASCANDLEMOVIE.COM or www. Patriot Voices.com
On Sunday September 22 pachyderm members Jan Laforest, Don Bickowski, Sue Bickowski, Renee Reuter, Charles Groeteke and Club President Linda Van De Riet were at the annual Arnold Days Parade.
This years parade featured the Anheuser Bush Clydsdales with the Honorable Mayor Counts riding with the drivers. The Pachyderms were at the front of the parade and were well received by the thousands of spectators who viewed the parade. Our new banner was proudly displayed along with our national and state flags. We also distributed Pachyderm literature to many citizens. If you missed the largest annual parade in Jefferson County this year, plan on attending next year the club had a blast.
Jefferson County Pacjhyderm members Linda Van De Riet, Don and Sue Bickowski, Renee Reuter, Jan Laforest, and Charles Groeteke carried our new banner in the parade.
Eureka Fire Chief, Michael Arnhart, Provided 911 details and how it has effected Emergency Services in the preceding years.
Saturday August 24, 2013 : The Jefferson County Pachyderms were on the move. First stop the Fenton Days Parade in Old Town Fenton. What a crowd ! Great Event and a lot of Fun. Pachyderm members Linda Van De Riet, Don Bickowski ,Carol England, and Charles Groeteke marched in the parade displaying the Pachyderm banner and our national and state flags.
Next Stop the High Ridge Homecoming Event and Fair. Great event lots of family fun. Members Don Bickowski and Charles Groeteke met with many citizens as well as Representative Wieland, Judge Missy and Recorder of Deeds Debbie Dunagan.