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The Depravity in Our Beloved Nation

Most of our nation's framers of the Constitution were Christians and moral men who believed in the Biblical concept of total depravity (the spiritual condition of fallen man). James Madison, for example, said, "Depravity in mankind…requires a certain degree of circumspection and distrust." Alexander Hamilton wrote about human depravity as to why th...

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July President's Message

Greetings to all. Coming back from a wonderful trip to Rome and points beyond, Steve and I had unfortunately caught something that turned out to be Covid. Many thanks to Gayle Peters, Glenda Bird, and Berta Lockhart for standing in and doing such a great job. From everything I heard the program was excellent and gave us much to think about and work...

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June Meeting Recap

IN CASE YOU MISSED THE JUNE 20, 2023 MEETING President Kaye Feller returned from her vacation quite ill and was not able to be at our June 20 meeting. Gayle Peters, Berta Lockhart and Glenda Bird filled in quite ably for Kaye. We don't have our usual writeup of the happenings at the meeting, however, we do have a few pictures of the two speakers fo...

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Tracking Member Hours

Every two years, all Member Clubs of the NFRW are evaluated by both their state-level officers and by the NFRW. At each level, there are expectations that member clubs are active in Campaign Activities which includes reporting the total number of volunteer hours and calls our members make each month in support of Republican candidates and advocacy ...

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Upcoming Programs

QC-STV RWF has been tremendously blessed by knowledgeable speakers coming out to speak with our group. Please return the favor by attending our meetings so we can continue to draw great speakers! JUNE Our June 20 meeting was well attended for a brilliant presentation by Greg Blackie of AzFree Enterprise. He led us through the complexity of liberal ...

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June Membership Update

Our current 2023 June Membership Report to the General Membership is as follows: We had our first New Member Welcome Coffee on May 31, 2023, with four new members and one who is not new. It was held at the Panera in Queen Creek and hosted by Berta Lockhart and Arlene Stassinos (outgoing 2nd VP Membership). We plan to have this event regularly as we...

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June Member Highlight

This month, I would like the Member Highlight to be Monica Parker, our Chaplain, who quietly and humbly helps our club in many ways. She writes the invocation for all of our general and BOD meetings. She is our club's first Chaplain and one of the first ten members of our club. Her prayers are beautiful and always calls upon God to help our nation ...

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Independence Day – July 4

"Congress adopted the final writing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. Two weeks later Congress voted to have the statement engrossed on parchment and signed by the members who either appeared in person on August second or later affixed their names (Hancock's being the largest since he, reportedly, wanted the king to be able to rea...

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June President's Message

Fellow Republican Women, Greetings! I recently returned from the Summer AzFRW Conference in Prescott. Kathleen Leaman, Roz Gorski and Glenda Bird also attended the two-day event. Friday morning, we started early with 8AM meetings for the Bylaws Committee of which I have been a member for the last two years. It is an interesting process to ensure th...

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May Meeting Recap

IN CASE YOU MISSED THE MAY 16, 2023 MEETING Wow, what a terrific meeting with three of our current Pinal County elected officials and they are all running for re-election. Michael McCord, county Treasurer, Douglas Wolf, county Assessor and Jill Broussard, County Superintendent of Schools were all in attendance sharing information about themselves, ...

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Legislative Report - No Common Ground

I originally wrote this piece in August 2017. As I reread it recently, I thought it was as applicable today as when I originally wrote the article. It is a thought-provoking piece. We need to understand the war we are fighting. This month's legislation report aptly describes the state of all legislation whether in Arizona or Washington D. C. Every ...

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May Membership Update

QC-STV Republican Women Federated MEMBERSHIP REPORT Our current 2023 May Membership Report to the General Membership is as follows:69 RENEWAL MEMBERSHIPS for 202328 ASSOCIATE MEMBERS We welcome our NEW Primary Member and have been officially reported to AZFRW and NFRW May 31, 2023:CLAUDETTE DEAN (who lives in Enca...

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Why I Became A Republican - Kelly McDonald

I have been a lifelong Republican starting at an early age. The only grandfather I knew was bedridden from 1964-1969 when he then passed away. During his convalescence, he read everything he could and would discuss politics with my mother who was also an avid reader. He would also write letters to all politicians on different subjects to get their ...

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May President's Message

Happy May to all! For the last couple of weeks, I am feeling as though we have turned the corner from the 2022 election. There seems to be more good news for our side and more bad news for the other side. The Biden Family Chronicles are finally being covered more broadly in the media. The most recent revelation coming out of Congressional Hearings ...

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April Meeting Recap

IN CASE YOU MISSED THE APRIL 18, 2023 MEETING Shortly after the meeting was called to order, our favorite County Sheriff, Mark Lamb appeared in the doorway of our meeting room. President Kaye Feller asked Sheriff Lamb to come in and say a few words which he graciously did. Sheriff Lamb spoke of the journey he and his family took in making the decis...

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May Ways & Means

We have 4 high schools participating in our Scholarship program. We will choose 2 seniors from those schools to receive a $1000.00 scholarship for the college or trade school of their choice. We are doing well selling tickets to raise the money for these awards, but as with everything, we can do better. Our first drawing is coming up shortly on Apr...

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April Membership Update

QC-STV Republican Women Federated MEMBERSHIP REPORT Our current 2023 April Membership Report to the General Membership is as follows:68 RENEWAL MEMBERSHIPS for 202328 ASSOCIATE MEMBERS We welcome our NEW Primary Member and have been officially reported to AZFRW and NFRW April 30, 2023: SUSAN RENWICK (who lives in Queen...

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Memorial Day

This month, America honors the sacrifice of the brave men and women who lost their lives in our nation's wars. It is extremely important that we parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, and neighbors, do as much as we can to emphasize to our loved ones the importance of this special day. We can honor our war dead by taking our families to ceremonie...

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Why I Became A Republican - Arlene Stassinos

What an honor it is to share my reasons for my Republicanism, if there's such a word! It's ironic today of all days to reflect on "Why I became a Republican"…my American passport was going to expire in six months and all I needed was a photo to send my passport renewal. As I proofread my renewal application, it was clearly evident how proud I was t...

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April President's Message

Happy Spring to all! The good news is that we will be back at the County Civic Center again in April. The county had a construction project in the large meeting room during the month of March thus it was unavailable for use. On Monday, March 27, Kathy Leaman, Beverly Goldstein, and I spent the day with AZ state Senator Wendy Rogers at the state cap...

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