April 12, 2021
6:30pm - 8pm
First Baptist Church of Howe
100 E Davis St, Howe, TX 75459
Howe, TX


Join us at True Texas Project in Grayson County as we continue our look into the Texas legislature! Last month we had a great kickoff with Huffines, Stickland, and Rinaldi giving inside information on the State House.  This month we bring in the local hair salon owner became an overnight hero of the people with national recognition Shelley Luther will speak on her new endeavors to help Texans regain their freedoms.  At True Texas Project, we believe that once you hear the truth, you are compelled to action.  Come learn with us, and help us grow our army!

We will also be hosting Serena Ashcroft with Unmask Texas which is a nonprofit organization working to “fight back against the illegal school mandates statewide, which are requiring our children to be muzzled all day while in school or while participating in other school activities including, sports, singing, and dance.”

True Texas Project
Speakers: Shelley Luther & Serena Ashcroft
Monday, April 19
First Baptist Church of Howe
100 E Davis St, Howe, TX 75459
5:30-6:00pm – prayer meeting (open to all)
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
All patriots are welcome. Come as you are!
Mask, or no mask. We don’t mind either way!
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs.
Coming in late? No worries. We’ll save you a seat.

About Shelley Luther 

Shelley Luther, a former school teacher, mother of two, successful singer, and owner of Salon a la Mode was living the American dream.  When the government responded to the covid pandemic with overreaching mandates that shut down her business, she stood up for her family, her stylists, and the rights of all small business owners and citizens.  Her refusal to apologize to a tyrannical judge for her being selfish and wanting to feed her children landed her in jail and thrust her into the international spotlight.  With an enlightened sense of the current political climate, and a desire to use her platform for positive change, Shelley ran for Texas state senate; winning the jungle election, but losing the runoff in a campaign that featured Governor Greg Abbott, the same official who’s mandates put her in jail, spending millions of dollars and personally endorsing her opponent to keep her from going to Austin and exposing the legislative swamp that has taken root.  Shelley also went on to found the charitable organization Courage to Stand, which was designed to help small business owners and others get back on their feet, and now produces a weekly video podcast that celebrates ordinary people that have done extraordinary things in their lives, sharing their defining moments with others, in hopes that this encouragement will stimulate a wave of good works that can help heal our nation and reinvigorate the human spirit.

About Serena Ashcroft 

Serena Ashcroft is a mother of 3 children in McKinney ISD.  She has served as the PTO President at Cockrill MS in McKInney, as well as a private music teacher and choir director of the McKinney Children’s Choir.  She is the co-founder of the Make Greatness Academy for homeschooled and disadvantaged children that provides education from certified teachers during this “covid crisis.”
She has also been a licensed Realtor for 22 years.
Serena is a natural leader and is a vocal advocate for children, their well-being and education.  She has spent hours researching, advocating and connecting with many families, parents and teachers across Texas to bring this information out front which led to forming the non-profit, www.unmasktexas.com
She has been very vocal about the harms of masking our children in public schools and how it’s affecting their mental health and well-being.  She urges school boards to act independently, and make decisions based on solid facts, data and not feelings, politics or government agencies.  Independent school districts are solely responsible for the well-being, education and success of the students within their jurisdiction.