REPUBLICAN WOMEN OF WORCESTER COUNTY

January 25 general meeting & luncheon

Download the meeting program, location, menu and reservation information.

Reservations must be made by January 18th.

JANUARY 25, 2017 LUNCHEON MENU (pdf)

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President's Message

Beth Rodier, President

 

It is such a privilege to have been selected as the Republican Women of Worcester  County's president for 2018-2019. What a special installation dinner we  had with Congressman Andy Harris swearing in our officers. It was a  lovely evening at the Dunes Manor made even more so by the many people  who attended and wished us well in our new positions.

Bev  Bigler did an outstanding job as president for the past four years. I  hope to continue her enthusiastic approach to electing Republicans to office at all levels of government. I certainly have a wonderful role model and am grateful that Bev will serve on the RWWC Board to continue providing guidance.

2018  will be an exciting and challenging year for us! We are busy planning  programs and speakers to keep us informed of legislative issues and  campaign activities. We look forward to partnering with the Worcester  County Republican Central Committee on their efforts.

Our  first meeting of 2018 will be on January 25th at The Captain's Table on  15th Street in Ocean City. Speakers will present the upcoming important  issues facing our Country, State and Worcester County. Information  will be provided on how we each can get involved to voice our concerns,  provide support or express opinions. Also, we will engage in a service  project. RWWC's Caring for America committee will provide each guest  with a Valentine card for our troops. These valentines will be sent to veterans and active duty military to express our appreciation for their service. Download the meeting details at the top of the page and visit the Calendar of Events page for upcoming events.

If  you are a registered Republican and would like more information about  joining RWWC, click on the Membership tab.

​Wishing you all a very Blessed and  Happy New Year,

​Beth Rodier