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Monday, December 8, 2014

12-7-14 MCRC Briefs

MCRC Briefs

Briefs Editor   Frosty Taylor    repcomm@cox.net

·       Web Master   John Strasser

 

December 7, 2014 – PEARL HARBOR DAY

 

·       The Former West Valley Republican ‘Victory’ Office will reopen at 9 am, Mon., Dec 8 at its new location - 10050 W Bell Road, Suite 50, Sun City AZ 85351. Group discussion meetings will resume at 9:30 am, Tues., Dec 9, according to manager Peter Lee. Office hours will be from 9 am-5 pm, Mon – Fri, and from 9 am-1 pm on Saturday.  Office phone 623-977-4532.

 

·       Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman says this is the eighth straight year that Hickman Eggs has sponsored a Breakfast for Dinner at the Saint Vincent De Paul Kitchen. Clint’s young sonS were even serving as waiters. The group served over 500 people in 45 minutes and  donated enough eggs to make thousands of cookies and muffins (or whatever else they want to use the eggs for) through this holiday period. Now that’s getting into the holiday spirit.

 

·       Fountain Hills' Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Ceremony was held at the Fountain Hills Veterans Memorial at 11 am., Sun, Dec 7.  The keynote speaker was Ralph Truax, a WW II Sailor and Korean War Marine veteran and former VFW Post 7507 Commander.  The Veterans Memorial is located at the south side of Fountain Lake on El Lago Blvd at Kiwanis Drive.

 

·       LD13 Will Meet At 7 PM, Tues., Dec 9 at the Pebble Creek Tuscany Falls Clubhouse Ballroom, 16222 Clubhouse Dr., Goodyear, AZ. 85395. Sign-in open at 6:30 pm. Agenda items include election of precinct captains, future meeting dates and location.  Contact: Chr Dick Landis (602) 625-0431.

 

·       The Sun Lakes Republican Club Is Holding A Fund-Raising Gun Raffle for a Glock 9 mm, Model 19 handgun, generation 3 with carrying case and a training course at Gun’s Etc. Winner must be 18 or older and able to fill out the Federal paperwork needed to purchase a handgun in the State of Arizona.  The winner will be drawn in February 2015. Tickets - $10 each. Tickets can be purchased at Sun Lake Republican Club meetings or call Chairman Michael Tennant at 380-802-0178.

 

·       Next Week Is The Final Scheduled Week that Congress will be in session in Washington D.C. and there are many important legislative decisions that still need to be made before the end of the year including spending bills that authorize funding for fiscal year 2015. Make sure you keep a close eye on my website (http://gosar.house.gov), on Twitter @RepGosar or through Facebook at Representative Paul Gosar.

 

·       The Pima County Republican Club luncheon speaker is Curt Pederson of  “Deep Water Seaports” at 11:30 am., Tues., Dec 9 at the Sabbar Shrine Temple, 450 S. Tucson Blvd – Lunch $11.

 

·       The Pima County Republican Club will hold its Christmas Party on Dec 12 at the Sabbar Shrine Center 450 S. Tucson Blvd. Tickets 10/member & guest, $25 for non-members. Buffet dinner. Band, bar.  No door ticket sales. Purchase tickets from Treasurer Harry Carrigan, 940 N Venice Ave., Tucson, AZ 85711.

 

·       Attention LD Chairmen.  The deadline to submit memorials for the January 2015 Maricopa County Republican Committee’s Statutory Meeting is Sat, Dec 12. The MCRC wants to recognize and remember fellow Precinct Committeeman who passed away this past year. Please keep the memorials to 250 words and include a photo. The memorials will be printed and put into each Precinct Committeeman’s packet for the Statutory Meeting.  E-mail memorials to LD12 Chairman Mickie Niland at chairman@azld12.com.

·        The Republican Club Of Green Valley/Sahuartia will meet at 12:30 pm, Fri., Dec 12 at 12:30 pm at 301 W Camino Casa Verde, Green Valley.

·        The Oro Valley Republican Women’s Luncheon is scheduled at 11:30 am, Fri., Dec 12 at the Oro Valley Country Club, 300 Greenock Drive, Oro Valley. RSVP contact steffens2011@gmail.com

·        Get Well Wishes To LD 13 Immediate Past 2nd Vice Chairman Ernie McCollum is home recovering from walking pneumonia.  He has been in the hospital since Nov 25.

·        MCRC Chairman A J LaFaro spent the Thanksgiving holidays visiting family in Virgina.

·       Congressman Matt Salmon: The House passed H.R. 5682, a bill to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline.  The bill specifically authorizes the construction, connection, operation, and maintenance of the Keystone XL pipeline and passed by a vote of 252-161. salmon.newsletter

 

·       LD22 PC and Peoria City Councilman Ben Toma will host the LD22 Christmas Party at 7 pm, Mon., Dec 15 at 8707 W. Buckhorn Trail, Peoria AZ 85383  MAP . Chairman Eric Morgan asked that participants bring a small finger food/dessert dish. The district provides beverages. A few volunteers are needed to help with set up or take down – contact Morgan ericmorgan.gop@gmail.com

 

·       LD 17 Meeting Has Moved It January Meeting To January 6, 2015 to fall before the County and State Elections so they host a forum of state and county candidates for election. The meeting is scheduled at 7 pm, at the  Tri-City Baptist Christian Seminary Building, (South Side of Parking Lot) 2211 W. Germann Road, Chandler, AZ  85286. 

 

·       MCRC EGC Member-At-Large Ray Sweeney and former county Board of Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox debated Illegal Immigration at 5:30 pm today on  "Politics Unplugged" on KTVK TV 3 –moderated by Dennis Welch.

 

·       Newly Elected Pinal County Republican Committee Officers: elected  Dec 6 -

o   Chairman        Irene Littleton

o   1st Vice Chair Paul Messinger

o   2nd Vice Chair Theresa Martinez

o   Secretary         Mary Rodriguez

o   Treasurer        John Martin

 

·       District Chairs for Pinal County Republican Committee Districts:

o   District 1 - Copper Corridor              Ashley Pritchart

o   District 2 - San tan Valley                 Douglas Wolf

o   District 3 - Casa Grande & Eloy        Nancy Hawkins

o   District 4 - Maricopa & Stanfield      Vincent Manfredi

o   District 5 - Apache Jct & Gold Canyon         Hugh McLaughlin

o   District 6 - Gila River                                    Vacant

o   District 7 - Florence and Coolidge    Barb Manning

o   District 8 - Saddle Brooke                 Marian DiPietro​

 

·       Pinal County Republican Committee State Committeemen:

1.     Virginia Ross

2.     Vice Manfredi

3.     Al Melvin

4.     Seraphim Larsen

5.     Beth Hallgren

6.     Douglas Wolf

7.     Chad Roche

8.     Steve Smith

9.     Vince Leach

10.  Doris Clatanoff

11.  Charlie Fox

12.  Nancy Hawkins

13.  Todd  House

14.  Barbara Manning

15.  Teresa Martinez

16.  Stephen Kohut

17.  Paul Martin

18.  Paul Messinger

19.  Irene Little

20.  Catherin  Marozas

21.  Willaim Marozas

22.  Clara Jean Davis

23.  Richard Hudgins

24.  Susan Fox

25.  Charles Evans

26.  JoAnn Evans

27.  Hugh McLaughlin

28.  Kou Melvin

29.  Mary Rodriquez

30.  Marian Dipietro

31.  Bret Roberts

32.  Dennis Manning

33.  Gilbert Cancio

34.  Darla (Hensley) Dawald

35.  Debra Shaw

36.  Melinda Kohut

37.  Jim Riegel

38.  Frank Pratt

39.  Richard Brinkley

40.  Laverne Tucker

41.  TJ Shope 

·       The Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC) Statutory Meeting will be held Sat., Jan 10, 2015 at the Grace Community Church, 1200 East Southern Ave., Tempe, Arizona  85282.

o   Registration begins at 7:30 am.

o   Meeting Call to Order at 9 am. 

o   Arizona State Teenage Republicans (TARS) will be accepting donations in exchange for refreshments.

o   Congressman David Schweikert will provide hot Coffee, Chocolate, or Tea.

o   Attendees to sign in at the Credentials/Tally area.

o   VIPs should check in at the VIP Check-In or notify First Vice Chairman April Riggins upon arrival.

o   Candidate Banners/Signs inside/outside the Sanctuary: Congressional banners - $200, Statewide Candidates - $100, all others $50.  Up to three campaign signs may be placed outside the sanctuary for $40.  Drop off the banner [4’ X 8” max size] and mail your check payable to MCRC to Lori Urban.  First come; first serve.  Banners must be hung by Grace Community staff – placement location is assigned on a request basis only.  (Banners MUST be delivered to AZ GOP Headquarters by Noon, Thurs, Jan 8, 2015).

o   Candidate / Vendor Tables:  First come / first confirmed basis.  Table location selection upon payment of $75, including one 6-foot table with 2 chairs.  Candidates/Vendors may have a sign at/on/behind your table as possible.

o   Candidate Flyers & Promotional Pieces: Pages may be placed in the PC Packets - $75 per flyer (Max size: 8 ½ x 11, stuffing will be done by

o   MCRC volunteers.)  Flyers MUST be submitted to Chairman A J LaFaro for approval by 12/15/14, and 3,000 flyers must be delivered to AZGOP Headquarters by 12/29/14.  NO flyers will be allowed in the Worship Center.

o   Contact Lori Urban 480-221-9633 or gopgal14@gmail.com to confirm your banner/signs/tables/flyers. For additional information, contact Daniel Grimm (480) 570-8570 or dnjgrimm@aol.com.

o   All signs/banners/flyers/informational pieces/sales/table materials must be approved by the MCRC by 12/15/14. Flyers may not be distributed in the church, except for in the packets. To reserve your space and for more information, contact - Lori Urban  480-221-9633   gopgal14@gmail.com

·       Phoenix Vice Mayor Jim Waring is hosting a holiday party at 5:30 pm, Tues., Dec 16 Zipps Sports Grill - 6501 E. Greenway Blvd., Phoenix. Participants are asked to bring pudding and applesauce cups to be donated to Kitchen on the Street for their bags of hope.

·       Cochise, Greenlee, Graham and Pima County LD14 PCs have passed a resolution limiting PCS to carrying “no more than for proxies,” according to Chairman Tom Crosby. This prevents individual PCs from “stacking the deck” by carrying numerous proxy.

 

·       Reports Continue To  Surface Across Maricopa County of PCs carrying numerous proxies to the LD Organizational meetings for PCs who have never been seen at LD meetings. Political insiders report these faceless PCs names are now appearing on the State Committeeman rosters?  Coincidence or well-orchestrated?

 

·       Congressman Matt Salmon: In honor of the 239th Anniversary of the founding of the United States Marine Corps, I attended a Marine Corps birthday bash hosted by the Marines of the East Valley.  This year we are especially thankful that Sergeant Shirley Kosisky. She was recently named the 2014 Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary Outstanding Member of the Year.  An active member of the East Valley's Disabled American Veterans – Chapter 8, her selfless commitment of those who tirelessly serve and contribute to the community is evident.  Thank you, Shirley, for your selfless commitment to our veterans. salmon.newsletter

·       The Arizona Corporation Commission will meet at 10 am, Thurs, Dec 11 and Fri., Dec 12. See notice and agenda: Open Meeting Notice.

 

·       Congressman Paul Gosar: I have always been incredibly proud to serve Arizona’s 4th District in Congress, but this week might go down as the most memorable yet. It was a great week for America and a great week for Arizona. The House passed two of the most important bills I have introduced to date and both are expected to be signed into law before the end of the year! Both of my bills had overwhelming support from Republicans and Democrats and will create and sustain nearly 8,000 jobs right here in Arizona. Building a stronger environment for job creation and economic growth in our state was one of the primary reasons I ran for Congress. Unfortunately, President Obama and his party haven’t had the same priorities. They squandered the first two years of his administration enacting an extremely flawed and overreaching healthcare bill. They have spent the last two years trying to give amnesty to illegal immigrants for the purposes of unconstitutionally adding more Democrat voters to their voting bloc. 

Their main objectives are short-sighted as well as misguided and they forgot the fundamental cure to combating a sluggish economy: jobs that bring real prosperity to the people of America and the great State of Arizona. When hard working citizens and Arizonans have good paying jobs, it creates a domino effect that positively impacts our schools, small businesses and local communities. Not having to worry about putting food on the table or where their next paycheck is going to come from lifts people out of poverty and can grant real opportunities for citizens looking to pursue their God given right to happiness. In order to make this happen, we must keep fighting to get barriers to economic growth out of the way of America’s job creators and entrepreneurs. The passage of my two bills is a monumental accomplishment that I am proud to have led and I am more determined than ever to continue fighting for good paying jobs and economic prosperity. See more about his bills at http://gosar.house.gov

 

·       Congressman Paul Gosar: The first of my two bills unanimously passed the House this past Monday and then unanimously passed the Senate on Tuesday. This bipartisan legislation, titled the Bill Williams Water Rights Settlement Act, is good for private property owners, good for local and county economies, settles an outstanding water rights dispute and will result in a net water benefit to Western Arizona. The first bill provides water certainty for a large mine in western Arizona that has an economic impact of $339.1 million dollars annually to the state of Arizona, and sustains nearly 4,000 direct and indirect jobs. The merits of the settlement approved by my legislation were so clear that it had unanimous support from every member of Arizona’s bipartisan delegation as well as the House and Senate. This settlement ensures that a key mining operation will continue to employ thousands of Arizonans and allows a water rights dispute to be resolved without taxpayer money. Additionally, Mohave County gains additional public land access for hunting and fishing as well as benefiting from good paying jobs and tax revenue associated with continued use of the Bagdad Mine. (Gosar’s CD4 newsletter)

 

·       Congressman Paul Gosar: The second of my two bills, which passed the House on Thursday, was one of the first bills I sponsored as a member of Congress titled the Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation Act. Its passage means that Arizona is one step closer to adding 4,000 new jobs and more than $60 billion over its lifetime to the economically-depressed Town of Superior, Arizona and the surrounding region.This bill will lead to new critical mineral production and paves the way for mining one of the largest copper deposits ever discovered in North America, producing enough copper to meet nearly 25% of U.S. demand. Copper is once again king in Arizona, and our military and our manufacturing base will be assured of critical domestic copper supplies. (Gosar’s CD4 newsletter)

 

·       Congressman Matt Salmon: In November the House took important steps to address the President's refusal to approve the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, but that's not all.  We also passed a number of bills that would address the way regulations that often stifle innovation and the economy are promulgated. Here in the East Valley, we celebrated the U.S. Marine Corps' 239th anniversary and I was honored to begin the process of nominating this year's applicants to our nation's military academies. As we approach the close of the 113th Congress, we'll have more important issues to tackle—including funding the government when existing appropriations expire.  My newsletter.  salmon.newsletter

 

·       Congressman Matt Salmon: The House passed a number of bills to reduce the red tape that plagues businesses and hurts our economy.  Among them were H.R. 1422, the EPA Science Advisory Board Reform Act of 2013, and H.R. 4795, the Promoting New Manufacturing Act.  salmon.newsletter

 

·       Congressman Matt Salmon: One of my most important duties as a Congressman is nominating young men and women from Arizona to our nation's service academies.  In total, 3 panels of military officers assisted me in interviewing this year's almost 50 applicants.  Letters of congratulation will be sent shortly, so keep an eye out! salmon.newsletter

 

·       Congressman Elect Martha McSally after the House passed the 2015 National Defense Authorization Act."I'm glad to see the House and the Senate work together and find agreement on a defense bill that does not implement the President's initial plan to cut 110 A-10s from the fleet in FY15 as an initial step to mothball the A-10 fleet by 2019. The $331 million allocated for A-10 operations is a positive step forward in protecting the A-10 at a time when A-10s are deployed to fight ISIS, but we are not out of the woods yet. I'm deeply concerned that provisions within the bill that could place 36 A-10s on "back-up" status will lead us down an irreversible path of siphoning resources and man-power away from the A-10 prematurely. If implemented, this is the equivalent of shutting down nearly two A-10 squadrons, as there is no manpower or resources allocated toward aircraft in backup inventory status. Three A-10 squadrons were closed in the last two years already, and this provision would result in a continued atrophying of a critical combat capability. I look forward to hearing the Air Force plans for executing this element of the defense bill and the impact on Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, since the 354th Fighter Squadron, which I commanded, was first on the Air Force's list to close this year. When in Congress, I pledge to work with my colleagues to fight against continued attempts to mothball the A-10 ahead of schedule and make sure the voices of Southern Arizonans are heard."

 

·       Make-Phone-Calls-To-Stop-Obama's-Amnesty

      AZ Senator John McCain -(202) 224-2235.
AZ Senator Jeff Flake (202) 224-4521.
Speaker of the House John  Boehner-(202) 225-6205.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell-(202) 224-2541.
AZ CD4 Congressman Paul Gosar 202-225-2315.
AZ CD5 Congressman Matt Salmon   (202) 225-2635.
AZ Governor Jan Brewer 602) 542-4331.
AZ Governor-Elect Doug Ducey's Arizona Government Transition Committee (602) 753-8118.

            Arizona Representatives, click here.

 

CALENDAR OF EVENTS.

 

DECEMBER 8

·       The Tempe Republican Women’s Club Christmas Party is scheduled at 6:30 pm, Dec 8 at 2009 E Caroline Ln, Tempe. Admission/Food is free if you join TRW/renew at or before the party. $10 for guests.  At-the-door registrants will be charged $10 for late registration. RSVP by Dec 6-- Members to  tempeazrw@gmail.com  Guests: Pay with Debit/Credit Card or by remitting payment to: Tempe Republican Women’s Club , 7562 E Belleview St, Scottsdale, AZ, 85257. Participants are asked to bring a $15 gift for exchange in their “dirty Santa” game.

 

·       Phx City Councilman Bill Gates Holiday Party is scheduled from 5:30-7pm, Mon., Dec 8 at Let it Roll Bowl, 8925 N 12th St, Phx, AZ 85020. Accepting donations for Betty's Kids - the Desert View Elementary After School Program (details TBA). RSVP to Council.District.3@phoenix.gov or call 602.262.7441 and let them know if you are interested in bowling so we may reserve lanes.

 

·       The Yavapai Republican Men's Forum/Hwy 69 Republicans Joint Christmas Luncheon is scheduled for 11:30 am., Dec 8 at the St. Michael's Hotel Ballroom, 205 W. Gurley St., Prescott. Speakers:  Government Stand-off Nevada Cattle Rancher Ammon Bundy, Secretary of State Ken Bennett, and Pastor Dan Storvick. $25 per person. RSVP by noon, Thurs., Dec 4 to Bob Luzius (928) 717-2551 or hilltop237@hotmail.com     For information: Contact: Barry Denton @ (928) 442-3290 or barubarranch@gmail.com or go to www.yrmf.org

 

·       Hwy 69 Republicans Will Not Have An Evening  Meeting in December in lieu of the Christmas lunch with the Yavapai Republicans Men’s Forum.

 

·       The Arizona Project Will Meet At 6:30 pm., Mon., Dec 8 to learn about a bill regarding gold at 3375 E Shea Blvd #2, Phx. Contact Chr Ronald Ludders 602-677.1496.

 

DECEMBER 9

·       The Arrowhead Republican Women are planning a “Fabulous & Blingy” luncheon at 11:30 am, Dec 10 at the Briarwood Country Club, 135thAve/Meeker. Check in opens at 10:45 am.  AG Tom Horne will present a short piano recital.  $25 per person. Wear your blingiest holiday outfits! Jewelry sales will be available for your last minute holiday purchases. Reservations/cancellation deadline – Mon, Dec 8.  Contact LezLee 602-354-5224 or  http://arrowheadrw.weebly.com/luncheons.

 

·       The  Ahwatukee Republican Women Christmas Party is scheduled from 6:300-9 pm, Tues., Dec 9 at the home of Brian & Debbie Smith 1450 W. Bridge St · Phoenix, AZ 85045.  Members are asked to bring:

o   A-J                     Appetizer or Side Dish

o   K-O                    Holiday Cheer (Wine, Eggnog, Punch, etc.)

o   P-S                     Salad

o   T-Z                     Dessert

Spouses or guests welcome. RSVP by Dec 7 at ARWomen@aol.com

 

·       The Yavapai County GOP Executive Committee will not meet in December. They will resume meeting on Tues., Jan. 6, 2015 at 5:30 pm in the Conference Room, Republican Headquarters, 112B E. Union St., Prescott, AZ

 

·       The Mingus Mountain Republican Christmas luncheon will start at 11:15 am at the VFW Post #7400, 705E. Aspen St., Cottonwood, AZ.  $15 per person. Prime rib luncheon. Speaker – Historian  Jack Tinell.  Entertainment: Mountain View Preparatory singer.  RSVP by 12/5:  Niles Haton (928) 649-1643 or email mingus_mountain@hotmail.com

 

 

DECEMBER 10

·       The Arrowhead Republican Women are planning a “Fabulous & Blingy” luncheon at 11:30 am, Dec 10 at the Briarwood Country Club, 135thAve/Meeker. Check in opens at 10:45 am.  AG Tom Horne will present a short piano recital.  $25 per person. Wear your blingiest holiday outfits! Jewelry sales will be available for your last minute holiday purchases. Reservations/cancellation deadline – Mon, Dec 8.  Contact LezLee 602-354-5224 or  http://arrowheadrw.weebly.com/luncheons.

 

·       Americans for Prosperity Foundation will host a cocktail and hors d'oeuvres reception at 6 pm, Wed., Dec 10 at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort at 7200 N. Scottsdale Road (just north of Indian Bend) in celebration of the 2014 legislative victories and campaign efforts. Register HERE. AFPF-Arizona will also present the 2014 John W. Dawson "Local Hero" Award to the local government official we believe did the most to educate citizens about limited government policies. Contact AZ Director Tom Jenney  www.aztaxpayers.org     tjenney@afphq.org   (602) 478-0146.

 

DECEMBER 11

·       Dec 11 Is The Deadline For the Paradise Republican Women’s Christmas Party reservations. Meet Secretary of State Elect Michele Reagan, who is a club member, at the Gainey Ranch Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Drive, Scottsdale, AZ 85258.  10:30 am social. 11:30 am program/luncheon including silent auction. $28 per person.  Mail reservations/check  to Rosalie Barley, PRWC Treasurer, PO Box 14425, Scottsdale, AZ 85267 by Thurs.,  Dec ll.

 

·       Capitol Times Is Sponsoring “Rock The Capitol: A salute to the 2013-14 Legislature and the incoming freshmen” at 5:30 pm, Thurs., Dec 11. Contact: Melanie Campbell at 602.889.7125 or  melanie.campbell@azcapitoltimes.com

 

·       The Colorado River Tea Party - Yuma will meet at 6 pm, Thurs., Dec 11    for election of officers at the  Community Christian Church, 6480 E. Hwy 95. (last building behind church).  

·       Rock The Capitol Cocktail Party for politicos and legislators is scheduled from 5:30-7:30 pm., Dec 11 at the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel,  50 E Adams St., Phx. Register now  Sponsored by Capitol Times, APS, Century Link SRP, Freeport-McMoRan and Southwest Gas.  Contact: Melanie Campbell at 602.889.7125 or melanie.campbell@azcapitoltimes.com

 

December 12

·       The Annual Prescott J.S. Acker Night” starts at 5:30 pm, Fri., Dec 12 in Downtown Prescott. YavGop will once again be participating in this event!  We will again be hosting the very popular, "Rusty Pistols Cowboy Band."  Volunteers are needed to bring in cookies and a sign up sheet is available at the headquarters.  We also need volunteers for Greeters from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. in 30 minute increments.  The 5:30 - 6:00 slot has already been taken.  Call (928) 776-4500. 

 

·       The Pima County Republican Club will hold its Christmas Party on Dec 12 at the Sabbar Shrine Center 450 S. Tucson Blvd. Buffet dinner and band. Tickets: $10 per member & guest. $25 for non-members. Reservations required. No tickets sold at the door. Purchase tickets from Harry Carrigan, Treasurer, 940 N Venice Ave., Tucson, AZ 85711.

 

·       The Oro Valley Republican Women Luncheon is scheduled at 11:30 am, Dec 12 at the Oro Valley Country Club.  RSVP your to steffens2011@gmail.com no later than noon Wed Dec. 10.

 

December  13

·       The Pima County Republican Party Statutory Meeting is scheduled at 9 am, Sat., Dec 13 at the Fraternal Order of Police, 3445N. Dodge Blvd.,Tucson 85716. Credentials open at 8 am.

 

·       The Installation Of The New Paradise Republican Women’s Officers will held during their Christmas Party on Sat., Dec 13.  You’ll also get a chance to Secretary of State Elect Michele Reagan, who is a club member, at the Gainey Ranch Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Drive, Scottsdale, AZ 85258.  10:30 am social. 11:30 am program/luncheon including silent auction. $28 per person.  Mail reservations/check  to Rosalie Barley, PRWC Treasurer, PO Box 14425, Scottsdale, AZ 85267 by Thurs.,  Dec ll.

 

·       The Fountain Hills Republican Club Christmas Potluck Brunch will be held Sat., Dec 13 at the FH Community Center, 13001 N. La Montana Drive, featuring former Sen Jon Kyl. Several state and local representatives will also be in attendance. Participants are asked to bring a toy for the Annual USMC Toys-For-Tots Drive.  RSVP what you plan to bring to share to 3rd V.P. Rosemary Hansen At Rbud88@Msn.Com . Free admission.  Membership dues – Jan1, 2015. $15 individual or $20 per family. Send memberships fees to: FH Republican Club, P.O. Box 17814, Fountain Hills, AZ 85269-7814.

 

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