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Join us for this 2nd Annual "Fun-Raiser!" Fayette GOP Event Center.
Dinner served 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
followed by BINGO!
Lots of great prizes will be given away!
$20.00 = 4 game cards, 2 Margaritas and tacos dinner.
OR: $20.00 = 6 game cards, non-alcoholic beverages, and tacos dinner.
Georgia GOP Convention Resolutions Committee presented a Legislative Priority document that included:
• Use of paper, currency grade; enumerated; and hand-marked ballots.
• Selective intentional hand count of paper ballots at voting precincts to validate the accuracy of machine tabulation.
LEARN HOW EASY IT WILL BE TO TABULATE PAPER BALLOTS!
Speaker: Sharlene Alexander, Constitution Coach
In June 2021 Sharlene trained with Patriot Academy to be a Constitution Coach and has completed an 8-week Biblical Citizenship in Modern America class. She now spends the bulk of her time educating the public to know and defend our Constitutional rights, stop government overreach and pass the Torch of Freedom to our children and grandchildren.
Jim served as a SWAT police officer and taught at the Georgia Police Academy for seven years. He is a candidate for the 3rd Congressional District seat in the 2024 race.
Marie serves as the elected District Attorney for the Griffin Judicial Circuit. She will give us updates on recent criminal prosecutions in our local area.
No regular GFRWC meeting in December. Joint Christmas Party with FCRP to be announced.
To all Republican Women,
I have been so proud to serve as president of the Greater Fayette Republican Women's Club (GFRWC) since February 2020. We grew from a club of 10 women in 2020 to almost 100 members as we closed out 2022!
During this time the GFRWC members were very busy in many aspects of good government, as you can see from the photo slide show on this page. While we like to have our fun, we are not a social club, we are "Women in Action" doing what we love to assure that those we elect at every level of government are maintaining the conservative values we expect from them while they are in office.
At the September 2021 National Convention I was proud to accept for our membership the highest award given by the National Federation of Republican Women - the Diamond Achievement Award. The members of the GFRWC will be recognized once again as a Diamond Achievement Club at the 2023 National Convention in Oklahoma City this September.
I hope you will consider joining us in 2024 as we continue on with our efforts. We have a membership table set up at every monthly meeting. Or to join or renew with an online form and credit card, CLICK HERE:
Angela Bean, President
Greater Fayette Republican Women’s Club
Angela Bean, GFRWC President
REMEMBER the Fallen. . . HONOR those who Serve. . . TEACH our children the value of Freedom.
On December 16, 2023 at 12:00 pm, Greater Fayette Women's Club (GA0391P) will be helping Camp Memorial Park to Remember and Honor our veterans by laying Remembrance wreaths on the graves of our country's fallen heroes.
Please help us honor and remember as many fallen heroes as possible by sponsoring remembrance wreaths, volunteering on Wreaths Day, or inviting your family and friends to attend with you.
All wreaths sponsored through our Women’s Club will return $5 back to our club so we can continue our mission to support the Armed Services working with the veteran’s clubs in Fayette County, GA.To sponsor a wreath through our club, click the Sponsor Wreaths button.
Thank you so much for supporting the Greater Fayette Women's Club (GA0391P) and Wreaths Across America!
Please help us Remember, Honor, and Teach on December 16, 2023 at 12:00 pm by sponsoring a wreath, volunteering, or inviting friends to help.
Greater Fayette Republican Women's Club of Georgia recently co-hosted a pancake breakfast to honor the local public safety to include police and sheriff's departments, firefighters, EMS, and 911 call center personnel.
Read the story at the National Federation of Republican Women's Website. Click Here
Greater Fayette Republican Women's Club members and friends met at the Georgia governor's mansion on July 20 for a tour of the historic home. State President Pam Lightsey joined the group for the tour. Several club members served as volunteer docents/tour guides at the mansion.
Read the story at the National Federation of Republican Women's Website. Click Here
The GFRWC's Armed Services Committee, led by chair, Cathy Vaught, recommended the club participate in the 2022 Wreaths Across America project. A local cemetary, Camp Memorial Park with over 650 veteran graves, was selected to honor the veterans with a wreath. The GFRWC members worked together to gather the sponsorships needed to ensure every veteran possible was honored for the national Remembrance Day, December 17, 2022.
• Inform the public through political education and activity
• Increase the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government through active political participation.
• Facilitate cooperation among Republican Women
• Foster loyalty to the Republican party at all levels of government
• Work for Republican candidates in all elections, including non-partisan elections
• Support the objectives and policies of the Georgia Republican Party, the Georgia Federation of Republican Women, and the National Federation of Republican Women
3rd Tuesday of Every Month
6 PM - Social
6:30 PM - Meeting
Fayette Event Center
174 N. Glynn Street, Fayetteville
ALL REPUBLICAN WOMEN ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND
SEPTEMBER 28, 2021 - If you missed this important event, here are the links to the videos.
Dr. Douglas Frank - Shocking Evidence of Phantom Voters In this presentation, Dr. Frank explains phantom voters and how he finds them using voter registration data. He provides the results of research he conducted in Fayette, Spalding, Coweta, and Clayton counties. Fayette County has 106% registered voters compared to the 2020 census on the county’s voting age population. After watching his presentation you will understand how the votes were “created” to fraud the election.
VoterGA’s Garland Favorito provides election integrity update to Fayette County Republican Party In this presentation, Garland Favorito with VoterGA explains the history of his battle against the electronic voting systems in Georgia. You will hear details of the ongoing lawsuit to audit the mail in paper ballots in Fulton County. The Federal Judge hearing the case ruled that Fulton County must provide VoterGA the ballot images. These ballot images were audited and many ballots were found to be fraud. These fraud ballots are demonstrated in this report: Votes Were Double Counted in Georgia, Hundreds of Ballots Were Improperly Duplicated, By Tucker Carlson, Fox News, July 14, 2021.
June 15, 2021: Community forum on Critical Race Theory and Comprehensive Sex Education, sponsored by the Greater Fayette Republican Women, had almost 200 concerned parents and citizens from seven counties register for this important informational event.
CLICK HERE for the videos of the presentations, web links to organizations working to stop this instruction, action items for our communities, to join the Watchdog committee and more.
July 8, 2021: The Greater Fayette Republican Women’s Club facilitated a “Fayette Schools Watchdog Committee” organizational meeting at the Fayette Event Center with over 60 concerned citizens discussing current issues surrounding our schools.
CLICK HERE for School Board Watchdog documents.
The committees of the GFRWC are the heart of our "Women in Action.
Find your place and help us restore our nation starting in our own community!
Develop ideas for growing memberships and active participation of members, process membership applications, welcome new members and encourage engagement. May work closely with Education committee.
As Republican activists, Federation members and friends have an opportunity to inspire others to become passionate, patriotic Americans and to instill a renewed spirit of patriotism in the souls of others. This committee determines the best resources, speakers, programs to support the political/government education objectives. May work closely with the Program and Membership Committees.
Plan speakers, programs, special events to achieve the objectives of the GFRWC to: a) Increase the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government through active political participation, b) Facilitate cooperation among Republican Women, c) Foster loyalty to the Republican party at all levels of government, and d) Work for Republican candidates in all elections, including non-partisan elections. The program chair will work with other committees as needed.
Develop creative ideas for raising funds to support the objectives of the GFRWC. May work closely with Education, Membership, and Program committees.
Work with other committee chairs to plan set up of decorations and refreshments for meetings, events, and fundraisers.
Organize and oversee action groups to follow state legislation and watchdog local government including county commissions, city councils, school boards, and other local government boards as necessary. This committee may plan activities to support conservative women running for office, such as phone banking and door knocking. Plan training meetings for political action on state legislation. - May work closely with the Education and Program committees.
Maintain social media accounts including Facebook.
IF YOU WANT TO BE INVOLVED with any of these committees, contact Elaine at firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership to the Greater Fayette Republican Women’s Club (GFRWC) is open to all women of Fayette and surrounding counties who support the platform of the Georgia Republican Party, the Georgia Federation of Republican Women, and the National Federation of Republican Women. While you do not have to be a dues paying member to participate in our activities and meetings.... privileges of membership, including voting, are restricted to dues-paying members.
Membership dues for GFRWC are $40 annually and include membership to the Georgia Federation of Republican Women and the National Federation of Republican Women.
To join or renew the GFRWC:
ONLINE FORM AND CREDIT CARD PAYMENT: CLICK HERE
Or download the membership form at the bottom of this web page. Return the form with a check made out to GFRWC for $40.
The name badge is an additional $10 and is optional. For more information, contact our president, Angela Bean: text or call 770-401-4397, email@example.com.
FACEBOOK: Click on the link to join the GFRWC PUBLIC FACEBOOK and start making a difference in your community! https://www.facebook.com/GreaterFayetteGOPWomen
Membership dues to the GFRWC makes you a member of The Georgia Federation of Republican Women (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.
Membership dues to the GFRWC makes you a member of the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW), which has been building leaders, energizing communities and empowering women from all backgrounds, to serve as leaders in the political, government, and civic arenas. The NFRW is the largest grassroots Republican women's organization in the country.
The Federation has tens of thousands of active members in local clubs across the nation.
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF REPUBLICAN WOMEN
Weekly news and information for our members. Click here
NFRW Leaders Guide: http://www.ncfrw.com/Leaders_guide_2014.pdf
Program Committee Empower Hour, Messaging and Difficult Conversations [Video, July 12, 2022]
Messaging and Difficult Conversations [PDF, 60 pages, July 2022]
Our club earns points to qualify for recognition and awards from the National Federation of Republican Women for member engagement in Republican campaign and political activities. We are blessed to have a very active club and want to capture all of the amazing things each of you are involved with each month!
The two year cycle for the 2023 NFRW Campaign Awards began July 1, 2021 and will go through June 30, 2023. Hours can be logged for all political and campaign activities benefiting our Republican Party, candidates, and/or the Federation and can be done within or outside the home, including mailings, phone calls, computer work, and social media postings or blogging.
Click Here to read on the NFRW site about the kind of activities that count or download the NFRW_campaign-political.pdf below.
Two ways to report: Download the Individual work sheet below, print and return at the next GFRWC meeting. OR, report your hours online.
CLICK HERE to report online your 2023 hours (Jan. 1 - December 31, 2023).