I am excited to announce that we are back to meeting at the Doss Heritage Center on June 18th 11:30-1pm.  Please contact Gayle Norris at gcnorris@att.net if you have not already received an invitation through e-vite.  Our guest speaker will be Pat Hardy with the State Board of Education. I am sure she will have a great report for us especially with the impact that COVID has had on our system.  

 The state convention is around the corner.  If you are planning on going please shoot me a quick text or e-mail.  Our SD30 District Director Sue-Lynn Voigt would love to see you while there! We will practice social distancing at the Doss.  The meal will be brought to the table by a server.  The Doss and the caterers have us in good hands.  If you feel more comfortable wearing a mask then please wear one, but there is no requirement and we will not have any to provide. 

We have much to discuss this month.  Our board met on June 3rd for the first time since February!  Some items on the agenda are our annual scholarships, nominations committee, 2021 Board, and the 4th of July Posse Parade!

We have been walking through a crazy year so far.  We all know that this world could do better.  We can be better stewards of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  We can and should if we have not already, looked within ourselves first.  Look at your heart, look at what you are putting out into this world with your actions and words and the decisive nature at which you react.  I implore us all to “pause” when we are wanting to respond, give it a day or two, pray about it.  We should not act as enemies with each other.  We are the greatest nation on this earth but need to start acting like it.  Let us stop leading with anger and violence but use our words and wisdom to express our intentions.  “Anger begets more anger, and forgiveness and love lead to more forgiveness and love”.  Proverbs 15:1 tells us that a soft answer turns away wrath but a harsh word stirs up anger.  No matter how right you may be or think you may be, if your words are dripping in disdain, sprinkled with bitterness, or do not fall on receiving ears then you may as well hold your tongue.  We are part of a group that upholds our constitution and the laws of this land.  Let us not allow misinformation, rumor, or deceit to lead but let us practice wisdom and practice the “pause” before we act and speak.
I can’t wait to see all of you next week! 

Inspire and Empower…the future of Republican Women starts with you


Robin Younk
2020 BLRWW President




Welcome to Bush Legacy Republican Women of Weatherford (BLRWW).

BLRWW was federated in 2005 and is rich in heritage and involvement in

  • Supporting Republican ideals and principles
  • Working diligently to elect Republicans to office
  • Supporting our Veterans and Military
  • Staying informed on election issues, legislation and the political process
  • Keeping conservative Republicans in office

BLRWW members are also members of the Texas Federation of Republican Women (TFRW) and the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW).
Download our membership form, become a member now, and join us. 
Our regular lunch meetings are held on

  • Third Thursday of each month from
  • 11:30 – 1:00
  • Doss Heritage and Culture Center,
  • 1400 Texas Drive, Weatherford, TX

Contact Gayle Norris, our hospitality chairman at gcnorris@att.net to make a reservation.

We invite women and men who believe in conservative Republican principles to join our organization.
As Republicans, we face challenging times but you can make a difference. For more information, email us at info@blrww.com
"Republican Women Shine!"



Robin Younk
2018 President

PO Box 283
Weatherford, TX 76086
Thank you!