Tennessee Valley Republican Women Holding Meetings On 3rd Tuesday Nights

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

The Tennessee Valley Republican Women’s organization typically has its monthly meetings on third Tuesday evenings at 6 p.m. at the Hamilton County GOP Headquarters at 1428 Chestnut St., Suite E.

The next meeting will be Feb. 18

Carol Grohn said, "These friendly, hard-working, savvy, resourceful women are committed to Republican principles of small government, individual rights and freedom, fiscal responsibility, U.S. Constitutional law, personal responsibility, and a strong national defense."

For more information or to order a meeting meal, contact Pamper Garner Crangle, club president, at cranglepg@epbfi.com.  Learn about how to get involved.  “Like” us Facebook by searching Tennessee Valley Republican Women. 


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