Please join us for our annual
Saturday May 16th, 2015
At Rockledge, the home of Nancy and Kevin Dye
Heavy hors d’ oeuvres
$80 per ticket
Bronze Sponsor: $250, includes 2 tickets
Silver Sponsor: $500, includes 4 tickets
Gold Sponsor: $1,000, includes 8 tickets
Our Speakers to be announced.
All sponsorships receive recognition in our program, at our event, and online.
Please RSVP by May 9th, to: email@example.com
or: P.O. Box 3318, Roanoke VA 24015
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Please see the sponsorship opportunities above for this event. Single tickets are $50 each with sponsorship's available. If you are interested in tickets please contact 540 974 3768 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. I hope everyone can find the time to come out and enjoy this great event!
Ladies and Gentlemen, I am excited to announce that our keynote speaker for the WCRC annual Reagan Dinner this year will be Kate Obenshain! This is going to be a great event with lots of local politicians for you to meet and mingle with. Single tickets are $50 each with sponsorship's available. If you are interested in tickets please contact 540 974 3768 or email email@example.com. I hope everyone can find the time to come out and enjoy this great event!
Thanks Stephen Kurtz
Tickets Now Available!
Join us for the 2015 Shenandoah County Lincoln-Reagan Dinner
Champions of Community and Commonwealth
Saturday, April 11th
Reception at 6:00 p.m.
Dinner at 6:30 p.m.
The Yellow Barn at Shenandoah Caverns
470 Caverns Rd, Quicksburg
With special guest Delegate Rob Bell
Other Local Elected Officials Invited
Also a 2016 Presidential Straw Poll
Dinner by Shaffer's Catering
Tickets start at $25 per person. Sponsorships and advertising available. Tables may be purchased from Nancy Barnett at 984-8162 or...
Please Save the Date for the
Staunton Republican Committee's
Saturday, April 11
at Calvary Baptist Church, 105 Garland Drive, Staunton
Sponsored by Delegate and Mrs. Richard P. "Dickie" Bell.
We are honoring those who have served our Party throughout the decades. Cost is $10 per person. Children are welcome.
Last week showed what can happen when the American public and Congress work together to challenge bad decisions by the Executive Branch. It was recently announced that the ATF would try to ban certain ammunition used in one of the most heavily sold firearms in the United States, the AR-15. Chairman Goodlatte led efforts in the U.S. House to stop this wrongheaded proposal, eventually getting 239 total House Members to write in strong opposition to this misguided decision. The Senate sent a separate letter that garnered 53 signatures. The good news is that for once the...