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Boulder Republican Women
P.O. Box 21475
Boulder, Colorado 80308-4475

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Northern Colorado Honor Flight
May 7, 2017
Support the Troops 
to see how to get involved


TUESDAY, February 21, 2017
11:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.

3295 30TH St., Boulder, CO
$21.00 per person (Members and Guests) check or cash;
$22.00 credit card

11:15 a.m. Check-in/Social
11:45 a.m. Call to Order/Inspiration and Pledge
11:50 a.m. Meeting and Announcements
12:10 p.m. Lunch Service Begins
12:30 p.m. Speaker Introductions and Program, followed by Q & A
1:15 p.m. Adjourn
Reservations:  Contact Patt Hanson,, 303-442-3787;
    or reserve online at 


 PLEASE RSVP by FRIDAY, February 17, by noon for planning

Thomas Krannawitter "What is conservatism, what are the principles that guide conservative thought?"

Kathleen Chandler will introduce the new Independence Institute Local Government Program.

Thomas Krannawitter, Ph.D. is part of the team at Speakeasy Ideas and brings to the organization a deep knowledge of the history of political systems and an extraordinary gift for teaching the great ideas of human improvement and progress.

He holds a Ph.D. in political science from the Claremont Graduate University, specializing in American political thought and classical political philosophy.  He has taught at Claremont McKenna College, Hillsdale College, and George Mason University among other places.  He is one of the principal instructors for the Leadership Program of the Rockies, and frequently advises organizations on persuasive communications, development, and critical thinking.

After many years as a classroom instructor, Dr. Krannawitter now helps Americans speak to one another with civility, instead of past each other with hostility.  His research has focused on creating environments of civil trust: helping people to help themselves by helping others, productively, so that together we can solve the real problems we face.

His first book Vindicating Lincoln (2008), was featured by The History Book Club and endorsed by the U.S. Lincoln Bicentennial Commission.  His most recent book applies the lessons of Lincoln to our challenges today, Crisis of Our House Divided: A Guide to Talking Politics Without The Noise.

Kathleen Chandler 
is a contract project coordinator for the Independence Institute's Local Government Project.  She is also a political consultant and professional volunteer for conservative issues and candidates. 

She has a degree in Political Science from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and has been involved in politics since she was 18 years old.

Kathleen is a 4th generation Colorado native and has lived in the Denver area since 1993.  She is married with two sons, two cats and one dog.

Kathleen will take a few minutes to introduce the new Independence Institute Local Government Program.


Boulder County Republican Breakfast

Wednesday, March 1, 2017 7:00 am




Guest Speaker: Margo Schartau

Topic: Third Wave Feminism - the birthplace of today's paranoia and rage

I began researching the current feminist movement several months ago.  Along the way, I discovered few people knew exactly what is being taught by feminists at our universities and the direct impact it has on the current political environment.  Every voter needs to know about this bizarre agenda that is being pushed into all aspects of our culture.


Margo has a degree in Geophysics from Colorado School of Mines, however most of her career was spent in the financial industry.  She became a Certified Financial Planner and eventually went into digital marketing; creating online tools for retirement planning.  Margo “retired” a few years ago to focus on being a mom (to 4 kids) and began homeschooling.  

Join us for the conversation.

IHOP 2040 Ken Pratt Blvd. Longmont, CO 80501

$15.00 to enter, includes breakfast, networking and speakers.

Please RSVP to Rebekah


Bradley Beck

Boulder County Republican Breakfast Chair

Mobile: 303-775-7473


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Monthly Dinner Thursday, March 16
6:30 pm at the Plaza Event Center, Longmont
Topic: "Islam in Northern Colorado"

Speaker: Steven Grant from Fort Collins

Steven Grant is a pastor, speaker, author, and musician who has pastored churches in Colorado and Indiana. He currently pastor's Destiny Christian Center in Greeley, Colorado. This ministry shares God's Word with every segment of society, ranging from the individual to the halls of government. Steven and his wife, Cheryl, have two daughters, Elisabeth and Sarah, who are also active in the ministry. Steven also co-hosts In Defense of a Nation with his brother Stan, a broadcast dealing with issues pertaining to God and government.

To register go to 








January 2017


 Welcome The 2017 Board


BRW Standing Committee Chairs 2017
Bylaws Jane Meagher
Chief of Staff Susan Mueller
Communication LeMoine Dowd
Facebook Open
Finance Marty Neilson
Fundraising Beverlee White
Hospitality Patt Hanson
Legislation Marty Neilson
Membership Elisabeth Nelson
Newsletter Marijo Tinlin
Sunshine Tina Adcock
Website Patt Hanson
BRW Special Committee Chairs 2017

BBQ Blast Open
Directory Patt Hanson
Support the Troops Gerry Gifford
BRW Appointed Positions 2017
Chaplain Gerry Gifford
Chief of Staff Susan Mueller
Financial Reviewer Open
Historian Open
Parliamentarian Jane Meagher
 Theresa Watson, President

Installation of 2017 BRW Board by Karen Mill, CFRW CDII Director 
From Left to right:  Karen Mill, CFRW CDII Director; Theresa Watson, President; Diana Petrak, 1st Vice President Programs; Elizabeth Nelson, 2nd Vice President Membership; Jane 
Meagher, Secretary;
Marty Neilson, Treasurer; Beverlee White, Immediate Past President


At the December Meeting, we collected canned goods for charity.
 We delivered 92 pounds to Sister Carmen!
Ho! Ho! Ho!  Thank you!


It's the Soldier,

not the reporter

Who has given us the freedom of the press.


It's the Soldier,

not the poet,

Who has given us the freedom of speech.


It's the Soldier,

not the politicians that ensures

Our right to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.


It's the Soldier

who salutes the flag, 

who serves beneath the flag,

and whose coffin is draped by the flag.




Our Boulder County Republican 2016 SUMMER SOCIAL on Saturday, August 20th, was great fun with 172 attendees and several local candidates in attendance for us to meet and greet.   Pasta Jay's catered our dinner and as always, it was delicious!  We are grateful to Bill and LeMoine Dowd for hosting the party--the setting was beautiful along with fabulous weather.  Thanks also to Marc Littmann, Ron and Susie Littmann's son for taking so many great photos--we hope you enjoy the slideshow.
2016 Summer Social - Meet and Greet the Candidates

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