February 20, 2020 (every 3rd Thurs through May!)
NOTE LOCATION CHANGE to The Town Club in Fox Point
Topic: Focus on Human Trafficking
Speaker(s): Exploit No More and (invited) Grateful Girls
The topic of Human Trafficking is gaining traction at both the Federal and state level.
After that half-time show on Sunday (I won’t even link to photos) and what they are promoting as sex ed in schools – is it any surprise that young women can be bamboozled into horrific situations?
Do what it takes to be informed and join with others to learn about, discuss, and support efforts to expose and eradicate this hideous affront to freedom and individual rights.
Not a bad way to help preserve our values and keep America the shining city on the hill. Join us!
Please note we are at the TOWN CLUB in FOX POINT this time.
Please join us for another terrific program!
filled with camaraderie and valuable information.
Your goodwill, questions, & friends are always welcome!
At The Town Club | 7950 N. Santa Monica Blvd, Fox Point WI (414-352-6800)
Time: 11:30 A.M. Social/sign in | 12:00 P.M. Luncheon
Luncheon cost: $22/member & first-time guest; $27/guest
Payable to SRWC
RSVP by Tuesday noon prior to the meeting.
February Menu - Town Club
First Course | TBD
Main Course | TBD
Dessert | TBD
March Menu - Wisconsin Club
First Course | Carrot Sweet Potato Soup
Main Course | Quiche Lorraine: Traditional Bacon and Cheese Quiche
Served with Traditional Waldorf Salad with chicken
Dessert | Cake
April Menu - Wisconsin Club
First Course | House Salad and assorted freshly baked rolls
Main Course | Cashew Chicken: Wok Fried marinated chicken breast,
with vegetable medley of broccoli, carrot, onion, celery, pea pods and ginger soy glaze
with steamed jasmine rice and cashews
Dessert | Cake
May Menu - Wisconsin Club
First Course | Clam Chowder
Main Course | Panko Crusted Perch served with Sweet Potato Fries and Coleslaw
Dessert | Cake
MENU ALTERNATIVE only available if we request it ahead of time.
Let us know if you prefer a vegetarian entree or hamburger and fries –
no other substitutions. Please choose the option that fits your requirements best and either decline or share the portion of the luncheon that you cannot eat. Thank you!
Note: We have open seating. Please do not discuss politics with the staff unless they bring it up. We wrap up by 1:30 pm.
Did you know we love checks?!
They help us with registration and serve as a receipt.
November - Legislative Round Robin
December - Scott Walker
January - WILL on Voter Rolls and Impeachment
February - Human Trafficking
March - Prison Reform: Expungement Laws
*Subject to change
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Speaker Recaps for past meetings (and photos)
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.