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
Bring the following donations for MMIA and be entered into a special drawing for a door prize:
We are collecting Dues for 2019. Pay them on January 3 and receive a surprise gift.
If you want to receive a special surprise please make your check out for $60 which includes your $35 dues and your $25 luncheon.
The next Republican Women of Cary & Southwestern Wake luncheon will be held on Thursday, September 6 ,
at Prestonwood Country Club in Cary.
IMPORTANT: Our meeting is Thursday, December 6. Check-in and social time begins at 11:00 AM, with lunch starting at 11:30 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!
The cost of lunch is $25 for members and $25 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.
Reply early to guarantee yourself a seat as our club's membership has exceeded the room's capacity. (This is good news, our club is growing.) We will be starting a wait list. If your plans change, let us know ASAP so we can accommodate others that may be waiting for a seat. If you show up without registering we can not guarantee a seat.
Please RSVP by December 3 to: email@example.com.
"Freedom is not the sole prerogative of a chosen few, but the universal right of all God's children." Ronald Reagan, 1985
sThe following members have been nominated to serve as your 2019 board:
Jaci Hunt President
Ginny Suever VP Membership
Dr Toni Mascherin VP Programs
Barbara Dzamba Treasurer
Sonya Critser Recording Secretary
Terri Tarter Corresponding Secretary
Our December Guest
Mark Keith Robinson
“A Voice for the People”
North Carolina’s own Mark Keith Robinson speaks for a movement of common sense conservatives on a mission to protect the rights and freedoms of law-abiding citizens, granted to us by the US Constitution.
On April 3 of this year, Mark Keith Robinson went before the Greensboro City Council in a public hearing regarding the city’s approval of a long time gun and knife show to be held at the Greensboro Coliseum. In his speech, Mark declared “I am the majority!” Video of his address to the Greensboro City Council went viral and sparked the flame that started his “Majority Matters” movement.
Mark Robinson has appeared on Fox News and has been a speaker at the National NRA Convention and the Young Black Leadership Summit. He has been a sought-after speaker for GOP events and candidate rallies in NC. Visit Mark’s website https://www.majoritymattersusa.com/ to learn about his non-profit organization “Majority Matters”. Mark’s main venue is social media, where he spreads a fearless message supporting patriotism, family values, and Christian principles.
Mark Keith Robinson was born and raised in Greensboro, NC. He is a graduate of Grimsley High School and a US Army veteran. He and his wife Yolanda have been married 28 years. They have two adult children and a 1-year-old grandson. Mark loves all things history, especially as it relates to WWII.
For the Fill the Footlocker Program in December
the Special request for our homeless veterans is:
Gift Cards for Christmas, suggestions include Harris Teeter, Lowes Foods, and Target
You can also donate online: