Saturday, December 15, 2012

Libertarian Party Of Pennsylvania Holds Successful Holiday Party At Shady Maple Smorgasbord

The Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania (LPPA) held its first annual statewide Holiday Party on Saturday, December 15, 2012 from 12 noon to 3:00 p.m. at the Shady Maple Smorgasbord located at 129 Toddy Drive, East Earl, PA 17519, which is in Lancaster County. 

Twenty-four people attended including Bill Redpath, a member of the Libertarian National Committee; Paul Rossi, the attorney who helped the party successfully defend its petitions against a GOP challenge this past Summer & Fall; Dr. Tom Stevens, LPPA State Chair; Betsy Summers, LPPA Eastern Vice-Chair; Roy Minet, Chair of both the Marketing and Media Relations Committees; John DiLiberto, Judicial Committee Member; Nicholas C. Hillman, Bucks County LP Chair; Brad Cooper, Bucks County LP First Vice-Chair; Marc Connuck, Bucks County LP Second Vice-Chair; Andrew McReynolds, Carbon County Representative for the Libertarian Party of Lehigh Valley; and Richard Schwartzman, Chester County LP Second Vice-Chair.

Besides Bill Redpath, who drove up from Virginia, the following counties were represented at the Holiday Party:

Marc Connuck (Bucks County)
Brad Cooper (Bucks County)
Diana Hillman (Bucks County)
Nicholas C. Hillman (Bucks County)
Andrew McReynolds (Carbon County)
Douglas Miller (Carbon County)
Joshua Chaires (Chester County)
Richard Schwartzman (Chester County)
Chuck Boust (Cumberland County)
Seth Freiberg (Dauphin County)
Joel Hammer (Dauphin County)
Paul Thompson (Delaware County)
Roy Minet (Lancaster County)
Fred Musser (Lancaster County)
Tracey Musser (Lancaster County)
Donald Noll (Lancaster County) 
Paul Rossi (Lancaster County)
Alex Humanick (Lehigh County)
John DiLiberto (Luzerne County)
Betsy Summers (Luzerne County)
Dr. Tom Stevens (Philadelphia County)   
Karla A. Felty (Schuylkill County)
Shawn M. Felty (Schuylkill County)

With individuals from eleven (11) Pennsylvania counties attending, there is already talk about the LPPA scheduling a Holiday Party for next year.