I’m glad that’s under our belt!

We held our Introductory Meeting two days ago and it was a success! We had eleven ladies join us at the meeting, some members and some visitors. The NCFRW President, Pat C. Smith, spoke about the benefits of federation with Republican women statewide and nationally. We have 12 primary members and 7 associate members presently. Our treasurer reported that we have nearly $1,000.00 in the bank at the the end of March, but to that date we had not spent any funds. Thank you to those who joined us. As promised here are the calendar items. Look for more information for each.

May 19th, Tuesday (Alternate date if it needs to be rescheduled is June 16th, Tuesday): NCFRW Legislative Day and Tea at the Governor’s Mansion. Legislative Day is free at Room 425 in the Legislative Office Building, 300 North Salisbury St, Raleigh, NC and begins at 10 am, and the Tea is at 2 pm, cost $35. More information is available at the NCFRW website; registration is through Eventbrite.* You can register for one or both. Carpooling is encouraged.

June 6th, Saturday, 9:30 am: NCFRW Board of Directors Meeting at the Greenville Hilton. This is being held in conjunction with the NC GOP Convention. Cost is $15. More information is available at the NCFRW website; registration is through Eventbrite.*

June 4th-7th: NC GOP Convention. More information at NC GOP Website, including registration. This was rescheduled from May, due to COVID-19.

August 24th-27th: RNC Convention in Charlotte. Volunteers needed. NCFRW is supposed to be involved in a program on the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage. More information will be coming.

Our next meeting date will be announced soon. Look for a date in mid-May. I hope to see you then!

Sarah

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