Hundreds Gather for Concerned Gun Owners of Bucks County Meeting
It was standing-room only at the VFW Post on Louis Drive in Warminster Tuesday evening for the Concerned Gun Owners of Bucks County Meeting.
Hundreds turned out for the second Concerned Gun Owners of Bucks County meeting. For many, it was their first exposure to the group.
Several notable Bucks County officials were in attendance at the meeting, including District Attorney David Heckler, Prothonotary Patricia Bachtle and Sheriff Edward Donnelly.
Meeting leader Steve Onufrey said the group was born around a kitchen table by a group of friends talking about the reaction to Sandy Hook.
"We are peaceful citizens that believe in the God given right to defend," said Onufrey. "We are standing firm on the second amendment."
He said the mission of the group was to educate and inform as well as a call to action.
The group met for two hours, including break-out sessions for discussion. The next meeting of CGOBC is scheduled for Tuesday, April 30 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the VFW Post on Louis Drive in Warminster.
If you would like to find out more about the Concerned Gun Owners of Bucks County, visit the group's website. Keep up-to-date with the group's meetings and happenings by liking the CGOBC Facebook page or by following CGOBC on Twitter.