USO Gulf Tournment 2017
USO Gulf Tournment 2017
July 4, 2017
Membership Coffee with U.S. Representative Ted Poe
Saturday, May 3rd
"Meet the Candidates"
Some 2014 KARW Board Members with State representative Dan Huberty. From left to right: Lanelle Johnston, Chris Parker (President), Nancy Fulton, Theo Christman (1st VP Programs), Amanda Rossen, Rep. Dan Huberty, Emmy Lee, Carole Covey (Tresurer), Dawn Koenning, Betty Newton, Wendy Alexander (Past President), Ruthann Koza (Corresponding Secretary)
We Celebrated Constitution Day!
On September 17, 1787, the delegates to the Constitution Convention met for the last time to sign the document they had created. All Americans are encouraged to participate in this very important event by demonstrating our Love for the United States of America and the Blessings of Freedom our Founding Fathers secured for us.
Submitted by Betty Newton, Awards/Literacy Chairperson
"We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution."
July New Member Social & Membership drive
was a GREAT success!!
Over 25 people turned out for the "wine & cheese" social to get to know a little more about what KARW does and how you can be fully equipped and engaged this upcoming year! We proudly welcomed over 15 NEW Members!!
KARW July 4th Parade
KARW members along with Lt. Governor David Dewhurst and State Rep. Dan Huberty and Humble ISD School Board Member Heath Rushing all showed their Independence day pride at the Kingwood 4th of July parade!
Special thanks to State Rep. Dan Huberty for sponsoring the KARW float this year!
Seated: Nancy Foisner, Skippy Lupton, Cherrie Ledoux, Cheryl Johnson, and Dee Puls. Standing are Barbara Jordan, Carol Covey, Christi Whittington, Wendy Alexander, and Betty Newton.
The Kingwood Library has been the recipient of numerous books donated by Kingwood Area Republican Women over the years. The club recently donated 12 books to the library. Head librarian, Christi Whittington, accepted the books which were a part of the Barbara Bush Library Literacy Project and the Mamie Eisenhower Library Project.
"If more people could read, write, and comprehend, we could be much closer to solving so many of the problem our country faces today." - Barbara Bush