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Monday, March 25, 2019/Author: Diane Baranowski/Number of views (357)/Comments (0)/
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Red River Republican Women (TN)

Red River Republican Women (TN)

Going Green (for U.S. Rep. Mark Green) in the St. Patrick's Day Parade

The Red River Republican Women of Clarksville, Tennessee, participated in the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Erin, Tennessee, on March 16, 2019. This was a march for solidarity for newly-elected U. S. Representative Mark Green.
Monday, March 25, 2019/Author: Cathy Kolb/Number of views (331)/Comments (0)/
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Irving Republican Women Accepts Challenge to Raise Funds to Support Carry the Load

Irving Republican Women recently accepted the challenge to raise funds to support Carry the Load. Money raised will go to support veteran and first responder programs in honor of Memorial May.
Thursday, March 21, 2019/Author: Elena Blake/Number of views (387)/Comments (0)/
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New Federated Club to Host New Jersey Governor Christie at First Fundraiser

Former Governor Always An Ally to Women, Families, Constitution

The newly-formed Essex County NJ Republican Women will host keynote speaker former Gov. Christopher J. Christie at its Lincoln Day Dinner on Thursday, March 28, 6-9 pm at the historic Montclair Golf Club in West Orange, New Jersey.
Wednesday, March 20, 2019/Author: Maureen Edelson/Number of views (326)/Comments (0)/
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Republican Women of Purpose (TN)

Former Mayor Speaks on Opioid Crisis

The Republican Women of Purpose of Memphis, Tennessee had as their guest speaker for their February 2019 meeting former Mayor of Shelby County Tennessee Mark Luttrell.  He spoke about the opioid crisis.  As everyone is aware, opioids are a crisis locally, as well as on the state and national levels.  The opioid epidemic is the deadliest drug crisis in American history.  Overdoses, fueled by opioids, are the leading cause of death for Americans under 50 years of age.  The first wave began with increased prescribing of opioids in the 1990s. On average, opioids kill 130 people per day in the United States – over five people every hour.  We must be vigilant and aware; many are unexpectedly impacted.

Friday, March 15, 2019/Author: Sharon Ohsfeldt/Number of views (334)/Comments (0)/
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