WELCOME TO THE CHEVY CHASE WOMEN'S REPUBLICAN CLUB
I am deeply honored for the opportunity to serve as President of the Chevy Chase Women’s Republican Club and hope we have a productive and satisfying year. As Ronald Reagan once commented, “Surround yourself with the best people you can find, delegate authority and don’t interfere.” I certainly have found great people and hope to do as he recommended.
As CCWRC Presidents before me, my goals for the year are to keep increasing the membership, continue our community involvement and promote Republican values. I will work with as many members as possible in the realization of these goals and have a good time in the process.
I look forward to seeing you at the club’s monthly events which are planned to provide a broad and varied agenda of interest to all. I ask our loyal members to continue their support for the success of our organization by participating in our club’s political, charitable and social activities.
Joan Pleiman, President CCWRC
An Outstanding Success Once Again - A "Let's Talk Politics" Event
Over 90 Attendees Including Authors, Radio Personalities,
Company Presidents, Congressional Candidates
Over 90 guests attended a recent LTP gathering at the home of CCWRC 2nd VP Nancy Griffin on
September 13, all in anticipation of a Trump win. Brian Wilson of WMAL spoke of his hesitation
at first to support Trump early in the campaign but, citing many reasons, Brian added that "I'm in
his corner now", outlining to the audience reasons for his change of vote.
Roger Arnoff of AIM discussed the negative press reporting of Republican candidates coupled with
their glowing support and coverage of Democrat candidates; Dan Cox, District 8 candidate and Arnie
Hoeber, 6th Congressional District, spoke of their platforms, all of which resulted in an abundance of Q&A,
and food enjoyed by all with much exchange of ideas among guests.
Roger Arnoff - Editor of AIM (Accuracy in Media) - hostess Nancy Griffin, 2nd VP CCWRC, Arnie Hoeber, 6th Congressional District candidate with husband Mark
Brian Wilson Peter Huessy (President of GeoStrategic Analysis - Senior Defense Consultant, hosts Congressional Breakfasts at Capitol HIll
Exciting October Event Planned by CCWRC
Special Guest, the Honorable Ellen Sauerberry, will Speak of the Need for Unity by Republican Voters in the 2016 Election
SAVE THE DATE - WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 201
- AMBASSADOR ELLEN R. SAUERBREY
WHERE - NORMANDIE FARM, 10710 Falls Road,
Potomac, MD 20854 phone 301-983-8838
SIGN IN - MEET AND GREET - 11:15am - 11:45am
LUNCH -11:45am - PROGRAM TO
Normandie Salad,"Coq Au Vin
" (served with garden vegetables)
Raspberry Sorbet, Coffee and Tea.
Ellen Sauerbrey has been an educator, legislator and diplomat.
Elected to the Maryland
Genral Assembly in 1978 after serving
the Republican Central Committee for seven years. A member
of the House of Delegates and served as the House Minor
She was elected National Chairman of the American Exchange
Legislative Exchange Council, also was candidate for Governor of MD
in 1994 and 1998. She was elected Republican National Committee
Woman in 1996 and was a talk show host on WBAL radio1999-2000.
President George W. Bush appointed Ellen as delegate to the UN
Commission on Human rights 2001 and 2002 as Representative to
the UN Commission on the Status
of Women of the Economic and
Social Council of the UN with the status of Ambassador.
ELLEN WILL SPEAK ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF THE 2016 ELECTION, WHY REPUBLICAN VOTERS NEED TO UNITE, AND WHAT
HILLARY WOULD DO TO OUR COUNTRY. Q&A TO FOLLOW
Please mail check
in amount of $33.00 by October 17, to Ann Strain 4113 Horatio Court,
Olney, MD 20832 .
Program Chair - Nancy Griffin
An Informative and Fun "Let's Talk Politics"
CCWRC Event with Candidates, Authors, National Policy Experts Discussing National Defense, Election Integrity
CC and other MCFRW members:
Prudence Kravitz, CC President Joan Pleiman, MCFRW President
Anne Koutsoutis, CC 2nd VP Nancy Griffin, New Member Ann Marie Hughes
Over 70 Republican MCFRW members and friends on March 8 heard well versed
speakers elaborate on national policy issues at the home of host Nancy Griffin,
2nd CCWRC VP, enjoying another "Let's Talk Politics" event. Legislative
District 6 Congressional Candidate, Amie Hoeber who worked at the
National Security Council, discussed her compaign issues.
Hans Von Spakovsk, Heritage Foundation, spoke about voter fraud and efforts
to undermine election integrity. Focusing on national defense issues, a strategic
policy and intelligence expert, Claire Lopez, discussed a wide range of Islamic
efforts. And all of this informative and enjoyable evening occurred in only 3 hours.
Be sure to attend another "Let's Talk Politics" event and ask your friends.
CCWRC Member Katie Holland Receives Prestigious MCGOP Award
WOMAN OF THE YEAR
First voting Republican in 1992 Katie Holland's political venue has significantly changed
from her former lifetime Democrat days to actively become involved with Republican County
and State candidate campaigns. Katie worked in the Michael Steele 2010 campaign as well
as in the race of a CD4 candidate against Donna Edwards. She then attended the 2012
MoCo GOP convention becoming convinced of her affinity with Republican ideals thus
changing her registration from Democrat to Republican. After volunteer work with the Hogan
campaign she joined the Hogan transition Annapolis office.
Presently Katie "zeroes in" as she reports on building LD20 for the GOP, volunteering to increase
voter awareness of qualified, capable Republican candidates for office-- thus winning this award.
Use for both Full and Associate Membership
(click for printable form)
9/13 - Let's Talk Politics - 6:30 - snacks
Home of Nancy Griffin, 12437 Ansin Circle, Potomac
RSVP: email@example.com or 301-762- 2852
Speakers: Roger Arnoff, Editor of "Accuracy in Media", Brian Wilson - broadcast veteran, Dan Cox - U.S. Congress candidate
9/22 - Political Lunch Bunch - 12:30 - Attman's Deli - 7913 Tuckerman Lane - Potomac
9/28 - Caring for America Luncheon - shower for kitchen and bath housewarming for Wounded Warrior's Family moving into home in Chevy Chase for these families, guests asked to bring housewarming gifts for kitchen or both.
Luncheon cost: $37 payable to CCWRC -
Checks for donations: mail to Nancy Mattson, 9604 Barkston Ct. Rockville, MD 20850
Questions: Call Carol Bowis - 301-229-1121