ERWC August 18th Meeting! RSVP Now, ‘Yes Attending’ and ‘Yes for Dinner’

     Please join us Thursday, August 18th, for our monthly meeting! We are honored that Billie Jean Liedahl, President of the Washington Federation of Republican Women (WFRW), will be joining our meeting this month!

     Home schooling will also be on the agenda and we will continue to give candidates an opportunity to speak – those who came out in the “Top Two” of the Primary. Again, we are extending the meeting to 9:00 pm so that our Legislative Committee can share their valuable research. If you need to leave early, please feel free to do so.

     We meet on the lower level of Shawn O'Donnell's American Grill & Irish Pub, 122 128th Street SE, Everett, WA 98208 (SOD).

     ERWC's motto is "Women in the cause of good government". We seek to educate women about the Republican Party's values, and to encourage and teach Republican Women about running for office.

     Our club will be supporting the Snohomish County annual picnic on August 13th at Ed’s Apple Orchard. (If you haven’t already done so, please purchase your ticket NOW: (www.snocogop.org) ERWC is donating two wine racks to be included as raffle items. The large wine rack holds 32 bottles. At our last meeting, you generously responded with 28 bottles. We added a smaller wine rack that holds ten bottles. So, at this time, we need about 12 more bottles. Please email ERWC at [email protected] to make a commitment of one or more bottles so we can ensure both wine racks will be full. Those of you who are attending the picnic can bring your donation along. If you are not planning to attend the picnic, but would like to make a donation, we will arrange to pick it up. It’s important that these wine racks be fully stocked! One half of all the money raised for this raffle will come back to ERWC.

     Meetings are conducted from 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM, with a social hour starting at 6:00 PM and dinner at 6:30 PM. (Dinner is optional but encouraged, since this is how we pay for the room.)

     Each meeting begins with an Invocation and the Pledge of Allegiance. The President opens the meeting and provides a Welcome message.

August speakers:

Billie Jean Liedahl, President of WFRW and a member of the Silverdale-Seabeck Republican Women’s Club (SSRW) in Silverdale, WA.

Craig Rhyne, our keynote speaker, will share the details of a 204-page workbook for freedom loving Home School teachers entitled; “Freedom Civics.” Taking six years and collaborating with conservative teachers and a dozen top education experts across the country, Craig created this truly revolutionary and beautiful book.

Vincent Cavaleri, Republican candidate to replace Susan DelBene as US Representative in the 1st Congressional District, advanced from the Primary on August 2nd to the General Election on November 8, 2022.

     ERWC provides a headcount and SODs prepares for each meeting based on that headcount. Please be aware that NO SHOWs (i.e. those who RSVP for dinner, but do not cancel by August 15th) are expected to pay. Having the correct numbers for seating and for food preparation is critical. We want to make sure we have enough for all, but we also do not want waste.

     If you are currently not a member, our annual dues are $45. If you are a primary member of another club, you are welcome to join us as an Associate Member for $35 per year.

     Please invite your husband, family, and friends to join us for the evening. Shawn O'Donnell's buffet price is $20 per person. Not only are we grateful for the wonderful food each month and great service, but we are also appreciative of the location to hold our meetings. We hope you feel the same!

     RSVP by replying to this email, indicating:     YES to attend and YES for dinner, by August 14th!

Regards,

ERWC

Note: Shawn O'Donnell's is at 122 128th St. SE, Everett, WA 98208

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