Shirley Babson, Brunswick County Board of Education
Brenda Clemmons, Brunswick County Register of Deeds
Pat Sykes, Brunswick County Commissioner
Frank Williams, Brunswick County Commissioner
Beth Dawson, New Hanover County Commissioner
Pauline Hankins, District Court Judge
Marion Warren, District Court Judge
BCRW congratulates our 2nd primary elections winners.
Dan Forest, Lieutenant Governor
Mike Causey, Commissioner of Insurance
Ed Goodwin, Secretary of State
John Tedesco, Superintendent of Public Instruction
We wish them every success in November. Let’s make it happen. We’re gonna win!
Darien Hewett, South Brunswick High School Class of 2012, was judged the winner of BCRW’s annual Scholarship Program. She will receive a $500 award which will be sent to the college she will be attending this Fall, Western Carolina University. Darien is the daughter of Misty Houser and Darien D. Hewett of Oak Island, NC. She is pictured here with Club President Kathy Lawler, June 5, 2012 at our monthly meeting. During high school, Darien was a cheerleader all four years. She is an active member of her church and community. She has chosen to major in Engineering Technology. Congratulations and Best Wishes, Darien!
Nominating Committee – Sonja Conger, Joan Kinney, and Mary Ann McCarthy are serving as this year’s nominating committee. The committee will present their report in September, an election will be held in October, and two new officers will be installed in December. The current vice president’s and treasurer’s terms expire December 31st.
Literacy – The Spanish-to-English dictionaries were delivered to the Latino Cultural Center in Supply in early May.
BSL Fun Day – Saturday, May 12th, at Boiling Spring Lakes. Mary Stilwell described the overall turnout as fair, while the children’s crowd was great. Rosalie Russo and Kathy Lawler manned the Club’s vendor table. We were able to raise some money by selling our merchandise.
Doo Wop Dance – Saturday, February 11th, Southport Community Center. The dance was a success, a fun night for everyone, a good turnout of 50’s & 60’s music enthusiasts (about 80 people attended). Mary Stilwell was our chairperson for the dance and worked with BCGOP member Mike Forte to spearhead the event. Profits from the dance were split between BCRW & BCGOP.
BCRW wishes to congratulate Billie Shelton who was honored at NCFRW’s Tribute to Women Dinner in Durham on May 5, 2012. Honorees were recognized for their commitment and dedication to the North Carolina Federation and for their steadfast support of Republican Party principles. Pictured left-to-right are Jessie Morton, 1st Vice President, NFRW; Billie Shelton; Dena Barnes, President, NCFRW. Congratulations Billie & Thank you! Read More About Billie
BCRW congratulates our primary elections winners.
Pauline Hankins, District Court Judge, District 13
Pat Sykes, Board of Commissioners, District 3
Frank Williams, Board of Commissioners, District 5
Pauline & Pat are BCRW members, Frank is an associate member.
We wish them every success in November.
Milestone: 100 – thank you, to all 100 of us!!! Something nice to ponder for just a bit. We did it BCRW. We’ve got 100 LIKES on our Facebook fan page. Now on to bigger and greater heights! Tell everyone you know to visit our fan page & LIKE us (Brunswick County Republican Women).
NFRW Call to Action: Tell the White House & Senate Democrats to Stop The Lies About Women. VP Joe Biden suggested on Wednesday, April 25th, that the GOP’s opposition to the Democratic version of a domestic violence bill will give the green light to male violence against women. This is simply a lie. Read More