Are you a registered Republican? Are you looking for ways to make a difference in your community and for your country? Are you committed to preserving the conservative values upon which this country was founded?

Whittier Republican Women Federated is looking for people like you who want to be informed, educated and involved in supporting the values and political processes that make this nation the best in the world.

NOTICE OF MEETING
2023 WHITTIER REPUBLICAN WOMEN FEDERATED
GENERAL MEETING
FEBRUARY 2, 2023 AT 5:30 P.M.
THE WHITTIER ELKS LODGE

THIS MONTH’S SPEAKER IS
PAUL WEBSTER

Paul Webster is the founder & director of Hope Street Coalition, a public policy advocacy organization focusing on homelessness, mental illness, addiction and poverty.

Paul is a native Southern Californian, the son of a career naval officer, with a degree from Long Beach State & a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from the University of Southern California.

Paul worked in the U.S. House of Representatives for Steve Largent, Tom Colburn, both from Oklahoma, John Hostettler from Indiana & Dave Weldon from Florida. He left D.C. to return to San Diego where he worked for Assembly Member & Senator Mark Wyland and was the Vice President of Public Policy at the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce.

He worked for Solutions for Change, a homeless program for families which required sobriety, work force training and accountability. Through this work on homelessness policy, he was recruited by the Trump Administration as a senior policy advisor to HUD Secretary Ben Carson, working out of the LA Office on Los Angeles Street.

After his service at HUD, Paul formed Hope Street Coalition to change policy, save lives and improve communities. He lives in Vista, the city with the largest number of craft breweries per capita, is an avid-do-it-yourselfer, and plays disc golf.

Come hear how policy changes can make a difference in homelessness, mental illness, addiction and poverty.

Date:
February 2, 2023

Time:
5:00 PM. Check in • 5:30 PM. Welcome

Location:
The Whittier Elks Lodge
13620 Whittier Blvd
Whittier 90605

Cost: $26.00

Menu:
Panko Parmesan Chicken with Lemon Cream Sauce, Sour Cream-Chive-Mashed Potatoes, Vegetables, Salad, Dinner Roll, Dessert, Coffee and Iced Tea. Any dietary exceptions must be communicated to Linda at the time of reservation. No changes at the door. Check or cash only, please.

Reservations:
Make your reservations by email through
reservations@wrwf.org or call Linda Martinez at (562) 754-3961. Thank you!

Important Note:
Please RSVP to Linda Martinez by Noon on Tuesday,
January 31, 2023. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. A reservation made and
not canceled by Wednesday, February 1, MUST STILL BE PAID.

Our Vendor this month is Gail Douglas Jewelry

Make your reservation and payment by clicking the below link

www.wrwf.org/reservations

WRWF 2023 Scholarship Program Kicks Off! Your Support Needed

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Each year, Whittier Republican Women Federated (WRWF) awards two $1,000 scholarships to eligible Republican students to promote the continuation of our conservative ideals – the Richard M. Nixon and Cathy Vinatieri scholarships.

The Richard M. Nixon Scholarship Fund was established in 1964. The Cathy Vinatieri Scholarship was established in 2015 by Joe Vinatieri in honor of his mother, Whittier Republican Women Federated founding member Cathy Vinatieri.

The scholarships enable qualified applicants to attend a secondary learning institution of their choice, including a two- or four-year college, or certified trade school.

Opportunity for Your Family Members

Scholarship applications will be distributed to Whittier College, and Biola and Chapman Universities. One of the benefits of being a member with the WRWF is that our scholarships are available to our member's families for all levels of higher education not limited to these institutions. If you would like a scholarship application packet, please email ejdutra33@gmail.com.

The deadline for the 2023 scholarships is March 31, with scholarships being awarded in June.

How You Can Help

These scholarships are made possible by generous donations from our WRWF members and friends. If you would like to make a donation to this year’s scholarships, please mail to the following address: Whittier Republican Women Federated, Attention: Scholarship Committee, P.O. Box 16, Whittier, CA 90608. You can also send your donation via the website at wrwf.org/donate/ and a receipt will be sent to your email address.

To make you donation click the below link:

If you have questions about the scholarships, please email ejdutra33@gmail.com.

Thank you for helping WRWF support students who are committed to the Republic philosophy and values!

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Whittier Republican Women Federated is a political organization. We provide opportunities for involvement with like-minded people who share the Republican philosophy. Founded in 1955, we are an affiliate of the National Federation of Republican Women. The Federation is a grassroots political group and is one of the largest and most influential women’s political organizations in the country.

We help elect Republican candidates and take an active role on issues and legislation. We educate and inform our members and our communities. We empower our women members, associate members which includes all people and our youth, of all ethnicities and backgrounds in the political process.

Visitors are welcome to attend our meetings. We are a friendly and hospitable organization. Please join us to learn more about our activities and how, together, we can make a difference.

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