January 2022 Newsletter

We are two years into the Pandemic and I hope everyone is staying well. If you missed last month’s December meeting, you missed a fabulous performance by the Echo Piano Trio. I want to thank Kathy Taylor, our Village Christmas/Holiday event planner, for arranging such a fun and beautiful celebration. A special thank you goes to Rich and Bev Smolenski for entertaining us with Christmas piano tunes and for playing Santa. State Board of Education District 6 Representative Will Hickman installed...
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December 2021 Newsletter

As the tenure of our club’s current leadership team comes to an end, I wholeheartedly look back over the past two years with deep gratitude, as well as great hope for Village Republican Women’s future.  Despite all the obstacles and roadblocks that crossed our path over the past two years, our club achieved more than I could have hoped for even in so-called normal times.   
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November 2021 Newsletter

Every November we celebrate two major holidays, Veteran’s Day and Thanksgiving, which brings to mind service and gratitude.  On Thanksgiving, we celebrate our good fortune to be Americans and all of our God-given gifts and graces—most especially life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.  
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October 2021 Newsletter

What’s Your Long Game? Looking Forward to the Midterm Election This time next year we’ll be in the home stretch of the 2022 midterm election. This is our moment to be part of the solution to today’s ongoing mostly manmade crises.  None of us chose our shared circumstances of the last almost two years—the pandemic, the economy, crime, the border, Afghanistan.  Sadly the list of tragic woes seems to grow daily.  Nevertheless, the silent majority has been poked and is now wide...
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September 2021 Newsletter

As we kick off the 2022 campaign season, we find ourselves very much in unchartered waters.  The news out of Afghanistan is shocking and very scary.  In all this chaos that surrounds us, both abroad and at home, I am reminded of our December speaker, WHAM CEO Mark Brown’s wise message to remember our national motto, “In God We Trust.”  There’s a link to Mark’s talk in our January newsletter………
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August 2021 Newsletter

Even in the dog days of summer, our VRW members are highly engaged—whether it be in politics, philanthropy, community, schools, and our families.  Heading into 2022, not only are our members getting more active, we seem to be seeing a great awakening among liberty-minded people across all walks of life.
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Events & Meetings

VRW January 2022 Luncheon

January 26
Houston 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Houston Racquet Club More Info