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From the OFRW President Read about  Portage Co. RWC President Jeneen Kubala

 

Lincoln Day dinner held in Portage County. Read about our Portage County Republican Women's Club President Jeneen Kubala

 

 

 
Jeneen Kubala is the President of the Portage County Republican Women's Club.  She began working with that club in the 1990's and worked her way through the offices while also working at Lordstown.  She retired from GM in 2013 after 46 years.  Jeneen also serves on the Central Committee from Edinburgh "B", as the Chair of the Advisory Board of the PC Salvation Army, is involved with the Skeels Center with Children Always Resisting Enemies and is active in her chruch, Edinburgh United Church.  She says her passion is growing the Women's Club and she certainly invites you to join with her.
 
 
The Portage County Republican Women's Club exists to support and elect local Republican candidates and principles.  We are the party of #Life, #Liberty and the pursuit of #Happiness.  #MAGA #KAG

We invite you to join with us for the 2021 year.  Membership in the PCRWC also includes membership in Ohio Federated Republican Women (OFRW) and the National Federated Republican Women (NFRW).  You can have all three (3) memberships supporting all Republican Women for $30.00.
 
Please send your application & check made out to:
Portage County Republican Women's Club or (PCRWC)
P. O. Box 930
Ravenna, OH  44266
 
Any questions?  Call Jeneen Kubala, President
cellphone  330  687-4067
 


Portage County Republican Women's Club
2021 Application

Please print and fill in all requested information completely even if you are a past member.  We are updating our files and want to make sure all our information is correct.
 
ANNUAL DUES GIVING LEVEL CHOICES  (Please select a level)
 

________________      $30.00 Annual Dues for PCRWC, Ohio Federation Republican   
                                      Women, National Federation Republican Women
________________      $15.00 Associate Dues for women who have their main member-
                                      ship at a different OFRW club and men who come to meetings
                                      and events who support us.  The only difference is that Associate
                                      Members can’t hold an office or vote.
 
PLEASE PRINT ALL INFORMATION:
 
Name: _____________________________________________________________________
 
Mailing Address: ____________________________________________________________
 
City: _____________________________  State: _______________ Zip Code: ___________
 
Home Telephone: __________________________ Cellphone: ________________________
 
Email Address: ______________________________________________________________
 
 How I can help the PCRWC:
 
______   Fundraising Committee
______   State Legislation Review Committee
______   Central Committee Member
______   Get Out The Vote
______   Service Projects

 
 
    
                                                                                                         
 

 

From the OFRW President - January 6, 2021

 

Hallmarks of our Republic include free and fair elections, and as a result of those a peaceful transfer of

power. For several years now the confidence in those free and fair elections has slipped dramatically. The

lack of transparency of the 2020 Presidential election caused many to doubt the results of that election.

The expression of our concerns seemed to fall on deaf ears. We then did what Americans have been doing

for centuries--we peacefully protested. Today those concerns were taken to where we were sure that

they could be heard, the Capitol. Unfortunately it appears that a small group has hijacked our protest with

violence that we do not endorse. Our President has asked that the protesters peacefully go home. I hope

that all will follow his heartfelt request.

I encourage all to carefully weigh anything you hear or see on the “news.” As usual, what we are hearing

seems to be filtered through a liberal prism. There was no condemnation of the Antifa and BLM protests

that included violence towards others, looting, burning, and occupying of private property and

government buildings. Yet those who peacefully went to DC today were labeled as disrespectful, violent,

rightwing extremists. Don’t whine that we are treated unfairly. Stop supporting any outlet that does so.

Most importantly, those of you who went to DC please stay safe and leave peacefully. Lastly, all of us

need to pray for President Trump and his family, for our members in the capitol, and our great country.

God Bless America!!!

 

Mary Beth Kemmer, President

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In Memory of Barbara Fee

 

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In Memory of Kay Ayres

 

Hillsboro resident Kay Ayres, who served as vice chair of the Ohio Republican Party and chaired the Highland County GOP for many years, passed away Monday, Aug. 17.

She was 81. Mrs. Ayres was a local educator before entering politics. She won a 1982 GOP primary for Ohio's 77th House District before losing to longtime incumbent Harry Malott. Undeterred, Mrs. Ayres went on to work for more than 50 years on the front lines of local and state politics, serving as chairman of the Highland County Republican Party from 1978 until 2016.

She assisted countless candidates and campaigns over the years – from the courthouse to the White House.

Mrs. Ayres had served on the Southern State Community College Board of Trustees, the Highland County Board of Elections, the Highland County Historical Society Board, the Scott House Renovation Committee, the Liberty Savings Bank Board of Directors and the Jo Ann Davidson Leadership Institute Board of Directors, as well as being vice chairwoman of the Century Club, to name a few of the boards and committees on which she served. 


In addition, Mrs. Ayres served as president of the Ohio Federation of Republican Women and as a vice chair for the National Federation of Republican Women, where she was responsible for supporting the duties of the chairman in addition to overseeing various party-building activities and outreach efforts, especially among women voters.

 

In Memory of Pat Flanagan