Why We Are Here!
We enjoy each other’s company during our luncheon meetings, of course, but it was brought to my attention that it was time to reiterate the reason for our existence. So here is our mission statement, which you can also find on the first page of our bylaws.
Thank you all for being part of our club!
The Republican Women of Cary and Southwest Wake County
A member club of the National Federation of Republican Women
The purpose of the club’s membership shall be to:
1. Increase the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government.
[2. Disseminate information to all State Federations and local units. NFRW]
3. Inform the public through political education and activity.
4. Foster loyalty to the Republican Party at all levels of government.
5. Promote the principles of the Republican Party.
6. Work for Republican candidates in all elections, including nonpartisan elections.
7. Support the objectives and policies of the Republican National Committee.
8. Perform any lawful activity not inconsistent with the foregoing..
2018 RWCSW Executive Board
President: Cathy Fanslau
VP of Programs: Toni Mascherin
VP of Membership: Margaret Confalone
Treasurer: Sheila Risk
Recording Secretary: Ginny Suever
Corresponding Secretary: Angela Hawkins
For the Fill the Footlocker Program in February
the Special request for our homeless veterans is:
Tooth Brushes and Toothpaste
You can also donate online:
Our February Program
Hometown: Toledo, Ohio
College: Duke University and Duke University School of Law
Robert is the Executive Director for The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) which is a non-profit group that was founded in 1999.. He is the author of Twisting Title IX, from Encounter Books. Robert’s experience serving as the managing editor of a college newspaper that frequently decried (and faced) censorship and bias led him to a career defending the rights of college and university students and faculty members. Since starting at FIRE in 2003, Robert has aided students and faculty members at hundreds of colleges and universities.
Along with traveling to various campuses to speak about First Amendment issues, Robert has represented FIRE on The O’Reilly Factor, CNN Tonight, Stossel, Fox and Friends, and Lou Dobbs Tonight, in national and international radio and TV interviews, and in op-eds in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Washington Post, and TIME, as well as the New York Post, Boston Globe, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Reason, National Review, and many other newspapers and magazines. He is a member of the bar in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Florida. Robert and his family live in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina, home to the Duke Blue Devils and several other, lesser intercollegiate athletic teams.
February’s topic will be “Restoring Campus Rights in North Carolina and Across the Nation”
A general outline of how speech restrictions work on campuses, how schools in North Carolina and nationally fare when it comes to protecting our rights, and the controversies we have see lately on campus and what they mean.
A discussion of Title IX and how it interacts with speech and the disciplinary processes on college and university campuses.
This month includes a drawing for a customized facial worth $100
from Skinplicity Therapeutic Skincare
Come and be a winner!
As we bring the fight to Roy Cooper and the Democrats, it’s important to mobilize our supporters, but we can’t do it alone. That’s where our partner groups come in.
Our partner groups are essential to mobilizing our supporters and powering the movement from the ground up! They are the backbone to a strong GOP in our great state and can only continue to do that with a vibrant membership — and they need you
Here is a list of our partner groups — and there’s no limit to how many you can join.
NORTH CAROLINA CHAPTER OF REPUBLICAN NATIONAL HISPANIC ASSEMBLY
The RNHA is a vibrant, dedicated, and hard working grassroots organization committed to bridging the Grand Old Party and the Hispanic American community.
THE FREDERICK DOUGLASS FOUNDATION
The Frederick Douglass Foundation is a national Christ-centered education and public policy organization that brings the sanctity of free market and limited government ideas to bear on the hardest problems facing our nation.
NORTH CAROLINA DCCA: DISTRICT/COUNTY CHAIRMAN’S ASSOCIATION
The North Carolina County Chairman’s Association provides leadership development for all district and county chairs and vice chairs.
NORTH CAROLINA FEDERATION OF REPUBLICAN WOMEN
The North Carolina Federation of Republican Women’s (NCFRW) mission is to positively impact our state and nation, while strengthening our Republican Party through recruiting, educating, training, supporting, and electing Republicans.
NORTH CAROLINA FEDERATION OF REPUBLICAN MEN
There are various North Carolina Republican Men’s organizations around the State.
NORTH CAROLINA FEDERATION OF YOUNG PROFESSIONAL REPUBLICANS
The Young Republicans (YRs) are the oldest political youth organization in the United States. Important to the growth of the Republican Party, the YRs reach out to registered Republicans, 18 to 40 years of age, and provide them with better political knowledge and understanding of current issues.
NORTH CAROLINA FEDERATION OF COLLEGE REPUBLICANS
The North Carolina Federation of College Republicans is an organization of over 3,000 college students on 21 campuses across the state.
NORTH CAROLINA TEENAGE REPUBLICANS
North Carolina Teenage Republicans is a Facebook group of several High School organizations that are interested in Republican politics, philosophy, and campaigns.
If any of these sound up your alley, sign up and get involved.
"Freedom is not the sole prerogative of a chosen few, but the universal right of all God's children." Ronald Reagan, 1985
The next Republican Women of Cary & Southwestern Wake luncheon will be held on Thursday, February 1,
at Prestonwood Country Club in Cary.
IMPORTANT! PLEASE NOTE NEW TIMES!
Check-in and social time begin at 11:15 AM, with lunch starting at 11:45 AM.
Please have your checks to "RWC" ready to speed up the registration process.
Starting the meeting 15 minutes earlier will give our excellent speakers more time with you!
1. The cost of lunch is $15 for members and $20 for guests. You can pay by cash or check to RWC. It will help expedite check-in if you have a check or exact change.
2. The cost of membership is $35.00. If you're planning to attend the luncheon, you can write a single check for $50.00.
3. Reply early to guarantee yourself a seat as our club's membership has exceeded the room's capacity. If we reach capacity we will start a wait list. if your plans change, let us know ASAP so we can accommodate others that may be waiting for a seat.
Please RSVP to: email@example.com.
The title of Mr. Shibley's presentation is "Restoring Campus Rights to the Nation."