October 2, 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
Ballroom, Muehlebach Tower, Downtown Marriott
NFRW President Sue Lynch and guest speaker Ginger
Howard, chaplain of the Georgia FRW, for a delicious
breakfast and a prayer program.
As the Republican Party
faces an uncertain role in government, President Lynch
believes that prayer and hard work will make the
difference. Howard will discuss the politics of religion
in government and its impact on the 2012 elections. The program also will feature a time of remembrance for
those in the NFRW family who have recently passed.
breakfast will include country potatoes, eggs,
ham/bacon/sausage/turkey sausage, breakfast pastries,
muffins, breads, orange juice and coffee.