IFA Monthly Breakfast Meeting in NW ‘burbs for July 24th

Our second breakfast meeting in the northwest suburbs will feature conservative pro-family advocate and candidate for state representative, Tom Morrison.  Tom grew up in the Chicago suburbs where politics and culture were everyday topics discussed at the family dinner table.

His parents, Roger and the late Susan Morrison, were active, lifelong Republicans, involved in both local and national issues.

Tom absorbed their passion and love for America and their respect for our nation’s Constitution.  His zeal for America’s founding principles would eventually lead him to seek public office.

Today, Tom is a successful businessman who serves members of our community during tough circumstances.  He knows what it takes to meet payroll and control expenses.  With a strong work ethic, he has created jobs in the midst of economic challenge.

Tom and his wife, Bethany, live in Palatine with their two children, Tyler, almost three, and one year old Susanna.

Over the past few years, Tom has become increasingly involved in the Republican Party. When people asked him to consider running for State Representative, he knew the time to step up to public leadership had come.

IFA Breakfast Meeting
Saturday, July 24, 2010
8:00 A.M. – Breakfast Buffet $10.00
8:30 A.M. – Tom Morrison

Ritzy’s Cafe
2765 Algonquin Road
Rolling Meadows, IL  60008 (map)

R.S.V.P. — Let us know you are planning to join us by emailing us HERE.

Topic of the Month

A rising star in Illinois politics, Tom Morrison, will discuss the financial problems that we face in Illinois, touch on the anti-family legislation, and the need for good people to be involved in politics and public policy.

Join us for a great discussion on this issue and enjoy a good breakfast and fellowship. If you are not able to make it, please forward this email to someone you know who may be interested in joining us.

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