Pennsylvanian Named National AFP Activist of the Month
Activist of the month, Sandy Delicker started the first ever AFP county chapter in Pennsylvania and has continued to be an outstanding volunteer for our organization. “I can really connect with the mission of limited government and free enterprise AFP stands for,” Delicker said. Some of her favorite moments in working with AFP have been when Jennifer Stefano spoke to the 9/12 Organization about the impact the EPA regulations have on the coal industry, attending AFP’s “Hands Off My Health Care” Rally in DC and being a part of the AFP-PA Twitter Brigade. “It has been a new learning experience for me, and while I am still a baby tweet, I am learning what a great impact social media can have and the leverage it can give us,” Delicker said on her experience with Twitter.
Her favorite part of volunteering with AFP is being surrounded by like-minded people and being encouraged rather than discouraged. “I would truly encourage activists from Tea Parties and 9/12 Organizations to take advantage of the resources available through AFP. Working together, we can, and will, restore America to a nation that welcomes new industry, uses our natural resources in a responsible way and becomes a nation of energy independence and flourishing industry,” Delicker said.
Thank you Sandy for continuous efforts in this fight for freedom!