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Triangle Republican Women, North Carolina

Triangle Republican Women, North Carolina

New Goals for a New Year!

With almost 50 members, the Triangle Republican Women of North Carolina have big plans for 2018. The Triangle Republican Women ended 2017 with an exciting visit from NCGOP Vice-Chair, Michele Nix and will welcome 2018 with the candidate for NC District 1, Roger Allison. This year, the ladies of TRW are committed to continuing to expand their reach on multiple social media platforms, setting new "GRIT" goals for club members, reaching a new rise goal, and promoting conservative women in leadership across the state and beyond. There is work to be done and TRW is ready to lead the way. Follow us on Facebook or attend one of our monthly meetings

 

Monday, January 01, 2018/Author: Patricia LaPaglia/Number of views (143)/Comments (0)/
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Greenville County RWC of South Carolina

Engaged Effectively

GCRWC educates regarding issues, encourages and learns to engage effectively.  

Friday, December 29, 2017/Author: Julie Hershey/Number of views (122)/Comments (0)/
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Marin Republican Women Federated, California

Marin Republican Women Federated, California

Marin Republican Women raise funds for youth. $10,000 Donation Becomes $20,000.

Thursday, September 21, 2017/Author: Faye Bourret/Number of views (108)/Comments (0)/
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Madera Republican Women Federated Honors College-Bound Students

Madera Republican Women Federated Honors College-Bound Students

8 Seniors from the High Schools in Madera County Receive Scholarships!

Wednesday, July 12, 2017/Author: Janelle Seibert/Number of views (129)/Comments (0)/
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Wood County (Ohio) Republican Women's Club Anniversary Dinner

Wood County (Ohio) Republican Women's Club Anniversary Dinner

The Wood County(Ohio) Republican Women's Club celebrated the one year anniversary since re-charter in 2016 at the Republican Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.  The original Club was organized in 1935 and had a membership of 500 women.  We celebrate this milestone that re-charterd with thirteen women that has increased to forty-seven and growing!  We have many goals for our Club to continue the education and support of all Republican women and candidates locally, State-wide and nationally.

Saturday, July 01, 2017/Author: Beverley Hirzel/Number of views (121)/Comments (0)/
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