A group of local people are organizing a Bedford TEA Party.
“We’re just local people who feel the need to do something,” commented Ann Briscoe, one of the organizers.
Briscoe said that the idea came about during the Republican mass meeting in April, which chose Nate Boyer to be chairman of the Bedford unit. She said that, as people talked, somebody mentioned that there should be a Bedford TEA Party. Briscoe thought it was a good idea and, after talking to more people, Travis Witt offered to help get it started.