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May 17 -- Come have lunch with BCRW and we'll tackle the topic, "So We Say We're Republicans." 


So we say we're Republicans? What does that look like? What's the draw? What is it to walk the walk and talk the talk? How can we engage our culture with grace? Come hear Curtis Coleman address these questions and help us understand our mission. 

Curtis is a businessman and nationally-known Constitutional and liberty advocate. He is the Founder and Chairman of the Institute for Constitutional Policy, headquartered in North Little Rock, AR, an educational non-profit Arkansas corporation.

Coleman was the Founding President and CEO of Safe Foods Corporation, an international food safety company with headquarters in North Little Rock, AR and now making food supplies safer on four continents. In 2005, he was named winner of the AR Entrepreneur of the Year Award. During his tenure as CEO of Safe Foods, he lectured regularly on team building and servant leadership for the U of A's Sam M. Walton School of Business Center for Management and Executive Development. 

In 2009, he retired from day-to-day operations of the company to give his full time and attention to state and national policy. His engagements have taken him to 48 states and 30+ countries. He is married to Kathryn, and has three children and eight grandchildren. 


Curtis is a fabulous speaker and we guarantee this is an opportunity you don't want to miss! 

BCRW meets the third Tuesday of each month, at noon, at the Pleasant Crossing Golden Corral in Rogers (exit 81). Networking begins at 11:30 am and the meeting begins at noon. We warmly invite guests to attend. Questions? Please contact Melanie Elliott, 479.321.8145.

Concealed Carry Handbag Raffle

The May 17 meeting is your last chance to win this brand new Sweetgrass concealed carry handbag. What a fantastic item for yourself or for your pistol-packin' sweetheart. (Size approx 10x13". Synthetic leather material.)  

Raffle tickets are only $2 each. Drawing will be held at the conclusion of the May 17 meeting. 

BCRW meets the third Tuesday of each month, at noon, at the Pleasant Crossing Golden Corral in Rogers (exit 81). Networking begins at 11:30 am and the meeting begins at noon. We warmly invite guests to attend. Questions? Please contact Melanie Elliott, 479.321.8145.

 

The importance of our platform and foundational beliefs...

As we move ever closer to the general election, let’s keep in mind that this isn't about the man or the office. It is about the Republican Party Platform, and holding all who run under that platform accountable to it.

Republicans, let us continue to support the platform. Let’s do all we can to hold the presumptive presidential nominee and ALL those who identify as Republicans accountable to it.

Voting is the bare minimum we should be doing. Will you commit to membership and engagement in your local Republican Committees and Clubs? Doing this will lead to more opportunities to influence elections the right way and maintain the integrity of what being "Republican" means. Get involved!

Click here for the text of the Republican Party Platform

   Are You a Member of BCRW?

We appreciate our members! If you're not a member, we invite you to join.
There are two membership levels: 

- Regular Membership is $30 per year (Jan-Dec). It is open to women who are not members of other Republican Women's clubs. It includes full voting privileges and membership in the AR Federation of Republican Women and the National Federation of Republican Women. 
- Associate Membership is $20 per year (Jan-Dec). It is open to women who maintain membership in other Republican Women's clubs, and men. 


CLICK HERE for more information about how to join BCRW, including a payment link. 



 
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