The Greater Fayette Republican Women’s Club (GFRWC) is organized as one of the many clubs under The Georgia Federation of Republican Women’s Club (GFRW). The GFRW has a sixty-three year history of devotion to making a difference as a shining light in the Republican Party. The camaraderie and friendships formed among members over the years while working together in the spirit of voluntary service have forged bonds that have sustained us as a committed, long lasting organization. We are all deeply rooted as a sparkling example of determination, dedicated to fostering Republican principles, and educating the electorate.
The GFRWC's long-standing goals of education, training, participation in government, electing Republicans, and encouraging Republican women to run for office has helped create a powerful organization. Annual member dues include membership in the GFRW and the National Federation of Republican Women.
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This is an important year as we turn our focus on the elections of 2020.
At our January meeting the members of the GFRWC all agreed we would work with the Fayette County Republicn Party (FCRP) to assist with the work of the many events, meetings, conventions, candidate campaigning, etc. that is planned for 2020.
How We are Helping....
Event Meal Prep and Decorating
Monthly breakfast meetings. Volunteers are needed for breakfast set up, meal prep, serving, and clean up. Not only do our meeting attendees enjoy this fantastic breakfast, it is also a valuable fund raiser for our Republican party efforts. Our monthly breakfast meetings are the first Saturday of each month.
Special Events. Throughout the year the FCRP plans fun events such as the annual Christmas party, Valentine's Dinner, Bingo nights, Ice Cream Socials, Community Cookouts, and more. These are not only important fund raisers but serve as membership drives as the local community is always invited. Set up, decorating, food prep, serving, clean up.... lots of volunteers needed!
Convention planning and set-up
During the annual convention season, Republicans meet for the mass precinct meeting in February and the county convention in March. These meetings require prep of paperwork, stuffing envelopes with delegate letters, preparing delegate packets, signage, room set up, manning registration tables, and more.
The FCRP office is currently open most days 9 a.m. – noon. However as the 2020 elections start up, more people power will be needed to answer phone calls and assist walk-ins as office hours are extended. Shifts are 2-3 hours.
How would you like to help? Contact Angela Bean at email@example.com
To join the GFRWC, download the membership form below. Return the form with a check made out to GFRWC for $40.
Mail to: to Angela Bean, 135 Ken Circle, Fayetteville, 30214.
The name badge is an additional $10 and is optional. For more information, contact our president, Angela Bean, firstname.lastname@example.org.