Conservative leaders to meet in Heuvelton

HEUVELTON, NY — St. Lawrence County residents will have a chance Sunday to hear from New York State’s top Conservative voices at the Old Fashioned Political Barbecue at the Heuvelton Fire Hall on Sunday, Sept. 8th.

Former Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Chief Thomas Honan will join newly elected state Conservative Party Chair Jerry Kassar and gun rights advocate Carl Gottstein who will be attending the event to promote Conservative candidates running in November.

The event will be held at the Heuvelton Fire Hall at 95 North State Street from 2 to 6 p.m.

Chef Parker Piercey will prepare his famous barbecue with all the fixings.

Tickets are $50 a couple or $30 for singles.

For more information or to make reservations, contact or call: 315-514-4161.

“I am very proud to bring some of New York’s leading Conservative figures to Heuvelton to give St. Lawrence County residents an opportunity to hear about what we are doing to bring common sense back to New York State,” said St. Lawrence County Conservtive Party Chair Henry “Hank” Ford. “It’s not very often that we are able to bring New York’s leading Conservatives to the North Country to talk about what we can do to help our President Donald Trump stand up against the socialists and liberals who are threatening our way of life.”