Prince William & Manassas Family Alliance 2019 Fall Fundraiser

It is about protecting our children.

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You Are Cordially Invited….

to a valuable and informative evening on a topic of great importance to you, your kids and your grandkids…as the Family Alliance presents


Who’s That Knocking at My Door?

Now is the time for all concerned citizens to come together for an evening of planning and strategizing that will focus on the upcoming Prince William School Board election. At this gathering, like-minded citizens will be able to learn from the experience of our neighbors to the north, how to most effectively protect our children from the forces of radicalization.

Recently, Fairfax County, Virginia, became the front line in the battle between American families and those who would impose their transgender ideology on school children. The public-school students of Prince William County could well be the next target for the radicals whose aim it is to form the attitudes and values of our youth.

Date: September 28, 2019

Social Hour (Cash Bar): 5:30pm; 

Dinner Served: 6:30pm; 

Program: 7:30pm

Dinner: Your Choice of NY Strip Steak or Broiled Atlantic Salmon

Charge: $55.00 per plate / $95 per couple

Register here => Keep Radical Sex Education Out Of Prince William County Schools

Proceeds Benefit the Prince William and Manassas Family Alliance

Come for a great dinner, enjoyable social hour with like-minded citizens and the opportunity to hear some truly memorable presentations from folks who have “been there and done that” in the northern front of the culture wars whose next casualties could well include our Prince William kids.

The featured speakers will be:

Elizabeth L. Schultz

  • Twice-elected Fairfax County School Board Member for the nation’s 10th largest school district.
  • Executive Board Member on the Fairfax Education Coalition.
  • Executive Director of the Friends of Community Schools.
  • Founding President of the Republican Women of Clifton.
  • Awarded the STAND Award from Bishop E.W. Jackson’s National Awakening Conference.
  • Recipient of the Courage in Leadership Award of the Year from Virginia Christian Alliance “for her bold stand for faith and values, in the face of opposition.
  • Only Member of the Fairfax County School Board to vote against embedding gender-identity into FCPS policies and continues to stand strong representing the otherwise ignored values of many Fairfax County parents.
  • Elizabeth holds B.S. degrees in political science and history from James Madison University. She has been married to her husband Brian for 28 years, is the mother of four sons who range from college graduate to elementary school-age and resides in Clifton, Virginia.

Meg Kilgannon

  • Education Research Associate for Family Research Council, focusing on leftist advocacy in public education.
  • Active member of Hands Across the Aisle Women in Coalition, a multi-partisan organization of women to combat transgender ideology and preserve the hard- won rights of women and girls.
  • Executive Director of Concerned Parents and Educators of Fairfax County from 2016-2018, a 1000+ member organization of parents and citizens.
  • Operations Director for, a parent research group which evaluates the K-12 sex education (Family Life) program for Fairfax County Public Schools.
  • Member of the Protect Child Health Coalition, a group of education advocates and activists from 38 states formed to monitor sex education policies and trends.
  • Ms. Kilgannon holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics from Washington & Lee University
  • She is married with four children.

Josh Hetzler, Esq.

  • Legislative Counsel for The Family Foundation of Virginia.
  • Joined the Family Foundation team in 2015 after graduating from Liberty University School of Law and joining the Virginia Bar.
  • Fights for the core principles of life, marriage, parental authority, religious liberty, and constitutional government.
  • Popular speaker before many school boards, groups of concerned parents, and various panels to inform and advise them about the laws and policies related to schools, students, and parents. Much of that time has been spent on legal and public policy efforts over Family Life Education. He is a native of Chesterfield County, Virginia (where he experienced FLE first hand in public school), where he currently resides with his wife, Madison.

Register here => Keep Radical Sex Education Out Of Prince William County Schools