Historic City News has learned that when the Saint Augustine Tea Party holds their regular meeting on Tuesday, August 13, 2013, the members and guests will hear from a special speaker, Rosetta V Bailey; a very active and dedicated individual involved in stopping UN Agenda-21.
Chairman Lance Thate has invited all Historic City News readers to attend, and to bring a friend. Meetings begin at 6:30 p.m. and are held at the Village Inn located at 900 North Ponce de Leon Boulevard in St Augustine.
In 1999, Bailey retired as a Regional Manager from PNC Bank in Pittsburgh after twenty-six-years and moved to Florida. She became active in the local Republican Party in October of that year; she, husband Mark, and their two dogs, have settled in Baca Raton.
For the past three years, Rose has been involved with “Agenda Enders” — whose goal is to continue educating the general public and strive to stop Agenda-21. The 74-year-old Bailey has a Bachelor of Science degree from LaRoche College and years of experience in organizing and educating grassroots organizations. In December 2011, she was awarded the Lee Coleman Award by the Constitution Club of Lake Worth for her dedication to the constitution and leadership in educating the public.
Bailey was instrumental in bringing authors and speakers from around the country to address groups in Boca Raton, Palm Beach, Broward County, and Pompano Beach Florida on the UN Agenda-21 issues.