I think we can all agree that 2020 has been a year that our grandchildren will be reading about in history.  Some of our children will remember it as a year of loss and disappointment, while others as family fun and togetherness at home - reconnecting if you will. It has most definitely brought about challenges in ways I thought I would never have imagined.  I know we all have our opinions, but as I look at the entire picture, I can honestly say I am glad I am not having to make the decisions that our elected officials are having to.  I ask, whether it is criticism or support, of the decisions being made that we take time to pray first, think long, and speak slowly with our opinions. 

As the state and county begin to open and lessen the restrictions, there will be businesses that will continue to remain closed.  There is no guarantee that we will not see a resurge of this virus although our county has been fortunate to see so few.  May 18th is our next milestone in the pandemic.  Our commissioners court is meeting regularly to review the restrictions and make important decisions for our community.  Our regular meeting venue at The Doss Center has decided not to re-open at this time.  I unfortunately do not have an answer as to when we will be able to continue with our meetings.

State Representative Phil King has offered to do a video conference of sorts and I sent out a request via Facebook and through e-mail for questions, but the feedback was not as I had hoped.  It has not been ruled out yet but there is no further information to pass along.  Please watch our page on Facebook and for e-mails for changing information. 

Three important items to discuss at this moment are the July run-offs and the November elections.  First, election workers are needed for July 14th, please contact Scott Utley @ 817-304-0144 if you are interested in assisting. Next, there is work that can be done from home to re-elect President Trump, visit trumpvictory.com to find out how you can help.  Last, the RPT Convention is scheduled for July 16-18th in Houston, if you want to be a delegate please complete an application and return it to Rena Pedan asap.

Robin Younk

2020 BLRWW President

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


  

 


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
rbnshn1973@yahoo.com

BLRWW
PO Box 283
Weatherford, TX 76086
Thank you!