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Thursday, October 27, 2016 - 11:15

Randy Weber discussing the nomination of Donald J. Trump and how critical his win is to our Country.

The Friendswood Republican Women are extremely excited to welcome US Representative, Randy Weber, on Thursday, October 27, for our luncheon meeting.  Early Voting begins on October 24 for probably one of the most important Presidential Elections we have ever had...for real!  Please join us for lunch to hear what Rep. Weber has to say about the nomination of Donald J. Trump and how critical his win is to our Country.  Representative Weber, was awarded the Courageous Conservative Award by the Texas Conservative Coalition, based on his spirited defense of conservative values and his tireless work ethic to advance and defend conservative principles. He was also the recipient of the Taxpayer’s Hero Award from Texans for Fiscal Responsibility. Randy was appointed to serve on the Agriculture, Environment, and Energy Committee as well as the Education Committee for the National Conference of State Legislatures. He has served on the Border & Intergovernmental Affairs as Vice Chair and on the Public Education committee. Randy is a public servant, a proven conservative, and – for over a quarter century – a successful Pearland business owner. But if you ask him -- he'll tell you, he is a Christian and a devoted family man. We look forward to Congressman Weber's lively discussion on 2016's Presidential Election!  Please join us at the Friendswood Chamber of Commerce, in the heart of Friendswood, from 11:15 -- 12:30 PM, on Thursday, October 27. If ordering lunch, please RSVP by Monday, Oct. 24.  This meeting is always free -- non-members and men are always welcome -- but the Southern Elegance Caterers luncheon costs $12.00.  You won't want to miss what our Representative shares with us.  Staying home this year...IS NOT AN OPTION.  Questions? Please call Deborah Winters Chaney @ (281)224-7800. www.FriendswoodRW.org  Thanks and let's Make America Great Again!

Thursday, September 22, 2016 - 11:30
Thursday, August 25, 2016 - 00:00
Thursday, July 28, 2016 - 18:00

Sharing with us some exciting and rarely known facts about our very own Texas history. Special Location: Brasserie 1895. The event is FREE to the first 30 who RSVP (krogers@classwide.com or Deborah at 281-744-0929).

The Friendswood Republican Women are excited to be having a FREE Evening Event...to the first, lucky 30 people who RSVP!  After that it's $10 per person.  Please join us at the newest restaurant in Friendswood, Brasserie 1895, located at 607 S Friendswood Dr #11, Friendswood, 77546, on Thursday night, July 28, from 6--8pm.  All kinds of hors d’ouevres will be served and a cash bar will be available for those interested in wine and craft beers!  Our Speaker for the evening will be Harris County, Judge Ken Wise.  He will be sharing with us some exciting and rarely known facts about our very own Texas history.  Justice Ken Wise was appointed to the 14th Court of Appeals by Governor Rick Perry in October 2013. Justice Wise has also served as adjunct professor at the University of Houston Law Center.  He earned his bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University, where he competed as a member of the intercollegiate rodeo team. Justice Wise graduated from the University of Houston Law Center where he was a member of the Order of the Barristers.  Justice Wise is very active in the service of the bar and the judiciary and has also served three terms on the Harris County Juvenile Probation Board.  Justice Wise is an avid Texas historian.  He hosts the Texas history podcast "Wise About Texas" which has thousands of listeners nationwide.  He has written several scholarly articles and given dozens of speeches on all aspects of Texas history.  Please RSVP as soon as possible, so you will be one of the LUCKY 30!  We look forward to filling up the restaurant that night, for an evening of good food and drink, and listen to some little known and exciting facts on the great State of Texas...not taught in our history books!  Please invite family and friends and RSVP to Deborah Winters Chaney at 281-224-7800 or Kathy at krogers@classwide.com.  Thanks so much and we look forward to seeing you on July 28!

Thursday, June 23, 2016 - 18:30

"How the Democrats Stole the Black Vote and How the Republicans Can Win it Back."

The Friendswood Republican Women's Group has decided to have two evening meetings this summer!  We are extremely excited to welcome a very busy, controversial, and exciting Speaker to our Thursday evening meeting on June 23!  Founder and President of GOPBuzz.com, (an internet portal for Republican centric events nationwide), author and speaker Karen Watson, has written and recently completed her second book, "How the Democrats Stole the Black Vote and How the Republicans Can Win it Back." Her first book, "Being Black and Republican in the Age of Obama," remains a huge success and has gone a long way in restoring the brand of the Party of Lincoln. While a high school student in 1984, Watson attended her first Republican National Convention to nominate Reagan/Bush and has remained active in the Republican Party. A keynote speaker at various Tea-Party and Republican clubs, Watson communicates her message that "conservative values are the right values for all Americans, regardless of race or gender." Watson is a native Texan and lives in Dallas. Watson has been interviewed on numerous radio and television shows and has spoken at over 200 events across the country. Watson majored in English with a Speech minor and a language concentration in Russian, at the University of Texas in Austin. When Watson was a Vice-President at Bank of America, she became the #1 mortgage loan officer in units and volume nationwide for four consecutive years. Watson has recently been added as a columnist with Politichicks. Please join us for this rare FRW evening meeting on June 23 from 6:30--8pm, at the Friendswood Chamber of Commerce, in the heart of Friendswood!  A delicious catered dinner with dessert, by Southern Elegance Catering, will be served for $15.  However, you need to RSVP by the Monday before the Thursday event to ensure your meal, to Deborah Winters Chaney at 281-224-7800, or to http://www.friendswoodrw.org.  We look forward to a full house, so don't delay in making your reservation and as usual, non-members and men are always welcome!

 

Founder and President of GOPBuzz.com , an internet portal for Republican centric events nationwide, Karen Watson has written and recently completed her second book How the Democrats Stole the Black Vote and How the
Republicans Can Win it Back . Her first book, Being Black and Republican in the Age of Obama remains a huge success and has gone a long way in restoring the brand of the party of Lincoln.

While a high school student in 1984, Watson attended her first Republican National Convention to nominate Reagan/Bush and has remained active in the Republican Party. A keynote speaker at various Tea-Party and Republican clubs, Watson communicates her message that "conservative values are the right values for all Americans, regardless of race or gender". Watson is a native Texan and lives in Dallas.

Watson has been interviewed on numerous radio and television shows and has spoken at over 200 events across the country.

Watson majored in English with a Speech minor and a language concentration in Russian, at the University of Texas in Austin. When Watson was a Vice-President at Bank of America, she became the #1 mortgage loan officer in units and volume nationwide for four consecutive years.

Watson has recently been added as a columnist with Politichicks.

Thursday, May 26, 2016 - 11:15

"Wise About Texas: Stories from Texas History"

Please join the Friendswood Republican Women at the Friendswood Chamber of Commerce in the heart of Friendswood on Thursday, May 26 from 11:15am--12:30pm.  We are excited to offer a different sort of program this month!  Justice Ken Wise, appointed to the 14th Court of Appeals by Governor Rick Perry in October 2013, will give a talk entitled, “Wise About Texas: Stories from Texas History."  Justice Wise is an avid Texas historian.  He hosts the Texas history podcast "Wise About Texas" which has thousands of listeners nationwide.  He has written several scholarly articles and given dozens of speeches on all aspects of Texas history. Justice Wise earned his bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University, where he competed as a member of the intercollegiate rodeo team. Justice Wise graduated from the University of Houston Law Center where he was a member of the Order of the Barristers. A native Houstonian, Justice Wise has been very active in the Houston community. Justice Wise is a director of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and an advisory director of the Former Texas Ranger Foundation.  Ken is a fifth-generation native Texan.  He is married to Sara Wise and they have two children, Sarah Jane and Jackson.  Please join us this month to gain some insights into Texas History, not commonly known or discussed in our history books!  Our delicious catered luncheon is served by Southern Elegance Catering for only $12.00. BUT -- RSVP's are required by the Monday before our Thursday meeting and can be made at our website, www.FriendswoodRW.org, where you can also pay for your lunch.  Men and non-members are always welcome! Please bring your friends and family members with you.   Please contact me, Deborah Winters Chaney at 281-224-7800, with any questions or your RSVP. We look forward to seeing you at our last meeting before the 2 month summer break!

 

Thursday, April 28, 2016 - 11:15
Thursday, March 24, 2016 - 11:15

Speakers will be Friendswood City Council candidates (opposed and unopposed) and perhaps someone speaking for and someone against the tax initiatives.

Speakers will be Friendswood City Council candidates (opposed and unopposed) and perhaps someone speaking for and someone against the tax initiatives.  Please join the Friendswood Republican Women for lunch at the Friendswood Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, March 24, from 11:15--12:30, to hear an encouraging message. Lunch is being catered by Southern Elegance Caterers and costs $12.00. Please reserve your spot by calling Deborah Winters Chaney at 281-224-7800. Non-members and men are always welcome.

Thursday, February 25, 2016 - 11:15

Representative Faircloth - Speaking to us about the extreme importance of voting in the GOP Primary on March 1 and why we need to vote Straight Republican Ticket in November 2016.

We are proud to welcome Representative Faircloth to the FRW Meeting in February!  He will be speaking to us about the extreme importance of voting in the GOP Primary on March 1, and then why we need to vote Straight Republican Ticket in November 2016.   Representative Wayne Faircloth represents the Texas House of Representative District 23, composed of Chambers and Galveston (part) Counties. As a 4th generation Texan, Representative Faircloth graduated from Sam Houston State University before becoming a teacher and a coach in Galveston County.  After his tenure as an educator, Representative Faircloth worked as a manufacturer's representative for Merck, Inc. at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. He then started his own business as a State Farm Agent in Dickinson, Texas over 30 years ago.  Representative Faircloth has served on the Texas Pilots Commission, Galveston County Water District #1 Board of Directors, and Dickinson City Council.  Representative Faircloth was recently appointed to the House Committee on Economic and Small Business Development, Rules and Resolution Committee and the House Committee on Special Purpose Districts.  He and his wife Cheryl are the proud parents of five children, grandparents of five grandchildren and are members of the Coastal Community Church in Galveston.  Representative Wayne Faircloth is currently serving his first term in the Texas House of Representatives.  Please join us for lunch on Thursday, February 25, at the Friendswood Chamber of Commerce, in the heart of Friendswood.  Lunch is catered and costs $12.00.  We MUST have your reservation in by Monday afternoon, before the Thursday meeting. Please RSVP and pay online here, or please call or text Deborah Winters Chaney @ 281-224-7800, to reserve your spot.  We look forward to seeing members and non members alike from 11:15 -- 12:30pm, and men are always welcome!  

Thursday, January 28, 2016 - 11:15

Judicial Forum

All candidates running for the 56th and 405th have been invited to speak. 

Please join us and bring a friend with you to the Friendswood Chamber of Commerce, 1100 S. Friendswood Drive, 77546on Thursday, January 28, from 11:15am -- 12:30pm. You MUST call or register online for LUNCH.  Our lunches are catered by Southern Elegance Caterers, so they must have a head count in order to have enough food for everyone.  Lunch is $12.  Please reserve your spot and pay for lunch @ www.FriendswoodRW.org or phone-in your reservation to Deborah Winters Chaney @ 281-224-7800.  We look forward to seeing our members and all non-members -- men and women alike!

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October 26th, 2017
Judge Mark Henry from the Galveston County Commissioners Court

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