THE SACRAMENTO REPUBLICAN WOMEN WELCOME YOU!

MARCH LUNCHEON

Wednesday, March 6, 2024
2024 Northridge Country Club 7600 Madison Avenue,
Fair Oaks, CA

 Registration starts at 11:30 AM Lunch & Meeting from 12 - 2 PM To make a reservation, please leave a voicemail at (916) 453-0760

Social Time & Registration begins at 11:30 AM Lunch & Meeting is from 12:00 - 2:00 PM

MENU “New”: Farm to Fork Buffet
Grilled Salmon, Grilled Beef, Hard Boiled Eggs, Feta Cheese, Roasted Nuts, Bacon Bits, Angel Hair Bay Shrimp Salad, Vegetarian Pasta Salad, Roasted Chilled Vegetables, Fresh Fruit Platter, Rolls & Butter, Limoncello Cake

$35, includes buffet, tea & coffee Buffet includes Vegetarian and Gluten Free options.

Reservation Deadline: 5:00 PM, Thursday, February 29, 2024

In order to make a reservation, guests must: RSVP at (916) 453-0760 or Register for Luncheon Online.

Guests may pay in person the day of the luncheon by cash or check.

or Prepay online using the link below:

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A reservation made is a reservation paid unless canceled by 5:00 PM, Monday, February 26, 2024. To cancel your reservation, please call (916) 453-0760 on or before 5:00 PM, Monday, February 26, 2024.

*Late Registration is available through 5:00 PM, Monday, February 5th for the regular buffet meal. All reservations made after 5:00 PM, Monday, March 4, 2024, are Final.

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Our February topic is: “The Morning After – A Rundown on the March 5 Primary Results”

See his biography below


President Dottie Linden's Message

Speaking up and SHOWING UP!

We’ve heard the saying, “the world is run by those who show up” and that is definitely the case with elections. The presenters at our last meeting described the changes in the voting process and how to take advantage of them including getting our vote counted early, not days and weeks after the election date.

We also have gotten to know the candidates who will best represent our interests and help restore integrity to our government at every level. We even got the straight scoop (not the distorted verbiage the Attorney General often uses) on a key Proposition like the Protect California Kids Act.

An involved citizen “Mom” who has become an activist because she was so concerned at what was happening decided to get involved and shared her reasons why each of us must do the same thing. She brought her passionate plea to us to understand what’s at stake so we could sign the petition to put it on the ballot in November and get others to do the same.

All that in one meeting while we enjoyed a delicious meal and wonderful time exchanging ideas with other Republicans who share our common beliefs and goals.

What a great way to become an informed and influential voter! Sharing our knowledge and helping others navigate the new voting process, and yes, even that YUUGE voter’s guide is our mission.

We can’t afford to let uninformed voters make bad choices because they don’t have access to information. That’s been happening too often and look at the mess it’s created in California.

The worst example being Proposition 47 “sold” as the Safe Neighborhoods Act so people would vote for it, when in fact it has enabled more crime occurring and going unpunished in our state history. Stand by, you’ll be hearing a lot more about what we can do to repeal that awful Proposition and correct that mistake.

We have momentum and the wherewithal to make it happen! Most importantly, we can’t let Republicans stay home because they think their vote doesn’t count. That’s how we got Governor Newsom, not because he was a great candidate everyone voted into office!

So make your reservation to “be in the know” and join us for our March meeting, and if you haven’t yet joined or renewed your Membership, for heaven’s sake do it now. There’s no time to waste.

We are not only “speaking up and showing up” but leading the way for better tomorrows in our community, state and nation!

Let’s ROLL!

Dottie Linden President  Sacramento Republican Women Federated

“Informed – Engaged – Impactful!”  

Our February topic is: “The Morning After – A Rundown on the March 5 Primary Results”

John McGinness retired as Sheriff in December 2010, after 31 years with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department. He served in every service area of the Department, and was a highly decorated veteran with a background in many high- profile assignments.  

He also served as a CSI investigator, homicide detective and department spokesman. McGinness was promoted through the ranks and ultimately commanded the Centralized Investigation Division until he was appointed under-sheriff in March of 2001. McGinness served as under-sheriff until elected sheriff in 2006. 

He is a highly decorated veteran with a background in many high-profile assignments. McGinness served for many years as a member of the elite Sheriff's Motorcycle Detail where he was a training officer and team leader.

John McGinness is an Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice, Communications, Leadership and Professional Studies with the California State University.

John McGinness holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Public Administration and a Master of Science Degree in Emergency Services Administration from the California State University, Long Beach, and is a graduate of the prestigious West Point Leadership Institute.

McGinness was appointed to the POST Commission by Governor Schwarzenegger in 2007. John McGinness is now the president and CEO of McGinness Communication Solutions, Inc., a consulting and investigation firm. He also hosts a popular radio show on KFBK, Sacramento on AM 1530 and FM 93.1.

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Upcoming Event Calendar

February 21 – Wednesday, Sacramento Republican Central Committee Meeting, 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

February 24 – Saturday Phone Bank Calling and Training, Phone Voters who haven’t submitted their ballots, Sacramento County Republican Party Headquarters, 10AM – 1PM

February 26
– Monday Jay Martinez for Board of Education Fundraiser, 2377 Gold Meadow Way, Suite 100, Gold River, CA 95670, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

February 27 - Assemblyman Josh Hoover fundraiser at Fabian's Italian Bistro in Fair Oaks, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Tuesday

February 29 - SRWF Board Zoom Meeting 3 PM, Thursday

March 5 - CA Primary Election Day, Tuesday

March 6 - SRWF General Meeting, 11:30 am, North Ridge CC, Wednesday

Save the Date – April 26, 2024 Sierra Pregnancy & Health 25th Anniversary Gala

Save the date - May 17 - May 19 - CAGOP 2024 Spring Convention, Hyatt Regency SFO Burlingame

Save the Date -September 12, 2024   

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Gold River, CA 95670, US

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