UPDATE: SPEAKER INFORMATION!
MARCH 5th - SPEAKERS: REPUBLICAN PRIMARY CANDIDATES.
March's Caring Project: Bring toiletries for a needy veteran.
Reserve by: Noon, Tuesday, February 27th for March 5th Luncheon.
We have an exciting news! Our County will have important decisions to make in the May 10th Primary. Absentee voting begins on March 19th.
At this moment three offices have primary Republican challengers and all are invited to speak:
NC Senate: Tom McInnis
NC House: Jamie Boles
Sheriff: Neil Godfrey
Per our bylaws, we must invite all to speak. At this moment candidate filing is still open, so other candidates may come forward.
Reservations are required and may be made by clicking on the "Reserve" button in the right-hand column or by email: email@example.com. Per Pinehurst CC: Reserve by Noon, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27th; once a reservation is made, it cannot be cancelled without paying Pinehurst CC for the cost of the meal. PCC will prepare a "To Go" box for anyone unable to attend. We regret that we cannot accommodate walk-ins. Thank you for your understanding.
The March 5th luncheon will be held in the Two View Room at the Pinehurst Country Club, 1 Carolina Vista Dr., registration is at 11:30 a.m. Cost is $18.50, payable to Pinehurst LLC.
For questions or telephone reservations, contact Lisa Sheridan, Luncheon Chair, at 910-400-5520. Lisa will confirm your reservations. Valet parking is available.
MRW Marks 37th Year Since Becoming Chartered in 1981 - HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Moore Republican Women is 37 years old??
The Moore Republican Women held its very first meeting on September 3, 1980 at the Sheraton Convention center in Southern Pines. More than 100 women were present. All women who were registered Republicans became Charter Members. All women who were not registered at that moment but did so before the next meeting also became Charter Members.
On February 6, 1981, The National Federation of Republican Women issued a Charter to Moore County Republican Women and we became official. How fitting is it that Feb. 6 is also Ronald Reagan’s birthday?
On March 23, 1981, the Charter was presented to the North Carolina Federation of Republican Women (NCFRW), and MRW, and its 134 members, became officially affiliated with the NCFRW.
The goal of MRW is to lead North Carolina in both influence and membership and to be a positive factor to both the national and state GOP.
At the 1988 NCFRW convention in Fayetteville, MRW received an award for having enrolled the most new members for the year.
Our name has been changed twice. In 1989, "County" was deleted, and in 1999, "Club" was deleted from the title. Since that time, the name remains Moore Republican Women.
The club grew steadily thereafter, and by 2001, Moore Republican Women was the largest club in North Carolina. At the present time, MRW continues to lead the state in membership. Today we have 179 members and 37 associate members and are still growing!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Moore Republican Women!!
Please pray for our soldiers and our country.
Pauline Bruno, President MRW
Join over 200 Sandhills members making a difference in our community!
The MRW Officers for 2018-19 are:
Pauline Bruno - President
Miriam Chu - 1st Vice President (Programs)
Carolyn Loeser - 2nd Vice President (Membership)
- Recording Secretary
Peggy Smetana - Treasurer
See our Newsletters for more information about our club.
We Continue to Support Our President
Each day send an email or make a call to President Trump, Senator Richard Burr, Senator Thom Tillis, and Representative Richard Hudson. It takes courage in D.C. to stand firm against the Left, especially if no one from our side bothers to communicate with our Members.
Your calls or emails are important. The White House & Congress count how many people contact them.
CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THE PRESIDENT BY US MAIL:
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500
By Email or Telephone (The faster way to communicate.)
By Email: https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/
To Call: The Comment Line is 202-456-1111 – Monday – Friday (9 a.m. to 4 p.m.); express your opinion to a volunteer. As with calls to Congress, the office will note if you are for or against what the President is doing.
Memo to Congress: We Love President Trump. We Expect Results!
Sen. Burr: (202) 224-3154 - https://www.burr.senate.gov/contact/email. Twitter: @SenatorBurr
Sen. Tillis: (202) 224-6342 – https://www.tillis.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-me Twitter: @SenThomTillis
Rep. Richard Hudson: (202) 225-3715 - https://hudson.house.gov/email-me/ Twitter: @RepRichHudson
Our November speaker, Stan Bradshaw, spoke about a global initiative called The ZOE HELPS PROJECT, that serves seven countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America and targets areas of extreme poverty with high concentrations of vulnerable children. Building on a foundation of indigenous staff, community leaders, and local resources, ZOE empowers orphans and vulnerable children to become socially, economically, and spiritually strong, transforming entire communities in the process. If you would like to have Stan as a speaker for your church or club, contact us for more information. Watch the video HERE
If you save this form to your hard drive and open it in the Adobe reader, you can fill it out by typing your entries. Then just mail it to the BOE in accordance with their instructions.