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Past Speaker Recaps
Date: Thursday, April 19 at Wisconsin Club on Good Hope Rd.
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Speaker Recaps for past meetings (and photos)
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Voting and Save the DATES
April 3 – Spring Election - non-partisan
Sunday, April 15th, 2018, attend the “Republican Party of Ozaukee County (RPOC) Lincoln/Reagan Day Lunch” at the RIVER CLUB in Mequon. Featured Speaker: Gov. Scott Walker. Special guests: U.S. Senate Candidates, U.S. Congressman Glenn Grothman, Brad Courtney, Chairman of the Republican Party of Wisconsin. See attachment. RSVP by April 8. (See downloadable file below.)
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Thursday, February 22, 2018
May 11 and 12 - GOP May Convention at the Hyatt downtown Milwaukee (and probably the WFRW quarterly meeting) with a Prayer Breakfast, Sunday, May 13. In order to be a delegate or an alternate to the convention you must be a member of the Republican Party of your particular county. Different counties have various deadlines for their memberships. These deadlines may be today!
Contact information for your county party can be found at https://www.wisgop.org/county-parties/
Please contact us if you know of dates you think we'd enjoy!
Please Join Our Club!
If you are a Conservative woman or man, we'd love to welcome you! Our members are enthusiastic, informal, and engaged.
Let’s Increase our SRWC Membership!
It is vital to our organization that we encourage our daughters, granddaughters, neighbors and friends to join and add vibrant new voices to our Conservative Community. Young-spirited women (and men) dedicated to the long-term existence of the SRWC are a blessing.
*Click here to RSVP for our luncheon program--earlier makes our job easier. Luncheon cost payable to SRWC ($22/members & first-time guests and $27/guest).
Menu provided in right margin. Join us also for camaraderie and valuable information! Please let us know if you prefer a vegetarian entree BEFORE the date.
Note: We have open seating.
Did you know we love checks?! They help us with registration and serve as a receipt.
COMMON CORE UPDATE:
Who We Are
The Suburban Republican Women’s Club (SRWC) is a group of loyal, intelligent, and friendly people. We welcome members of all ages and stages. We hope you find this website a one-stop shop for current and classic economic and political information. There are links galore to explore.
Our regularly scheduled luncheons provide opportunities to hear dynamic speakers who offer unique and Conservative perspectives on political issues and campaigns of importance to our membership. As a member you receive an informative newsletter that keeps you in the loop even if you are unable to make a meeting. Please call a friend, relative, or acquaintance and invite her (or him) to attend our luncheons - local politicians, too! Communicate. Educate. Inspire.
Our club, the SRWC, is an affiliate of the Wisconsin Federation of Republican Women (WFRW) - one of the largest and most influential women's political organizations in the state. The WFRW has been a state affiliate of the National Federation of Republican Women since 1940. Our clubs across the state hold local prominence and have the clout to attract political speakers to engage us and harness our grassroots energies! Elected Officials and candidates are eager for our input, our voices, our votes, and our influence. As a SRWC member, you become part of the WFRW team of approximately 1,000 members and 22 local clubs.
You also become a member of the NFRW by default! The seal of the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW) is the Golden American Eagle, king of birds, holding a quill pen and standing guard over our most treasured tool of democracy -- the ballot box. Adopted in 1944, the seal portrays the Federation's interest in the protection and integrity of our electoral process. The quill is symbolic of the power of words, especially as contained in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States. With 100,000+ members, the NFRW is one of the largest women's political organizations in the country.