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President's Message

President’s Message

Attending Leadership Day in Georgetown was phenomenal! KCRW members that attended learned so much from other clubs. It was an exciting, fun, and educational experience. Spring is around the corner…and what that means for Kaufman County Republican Women are primary elections! This is a very busy season. Candidates and office holders are working hard to […]

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          On February the 17th we will have our second and final meet and greet with our local candidates and those who are running in the 5th court of appeals. January was very informative and enlightening with the first round of candidates. These meetings are invaluable to the Republican Woman’s organization. […]

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President's Message

President’s Message

Happy New Year! I hope this finds you well. I am excited about the New Year for Kaufman County Republican Women in 2018. We will be very busy in the upcoming months; so come along with us as we move into this important election cycle. We have many exciting candidates that are seeking office in […]

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Happy New Year to KCRW. It’s the beginning of a new year and, as always, I look forward new beginnings. Last year was what I like to call ” and uneventful year” for me personally. Not that it wasn’t a good year, it was. Just nothing life changing occurred so 2017 went out without a […]

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President's Message

President’s Message

Welcome back. It’s hard to believe that summer break is coming to an end. It’s August: vacations are ending, school is starting back, and the Republican women are back in full-swing.  This fall is a busy campaign season in Kaufman county, as many of our county and state offices are up for election in 2018. […]

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MEMORIAL DAY

MEMORIAL DAY

In Memorium  Have you ever looked, really looked, at a soldier’s face? Sometimes it’s young, barely an adult ­ the hopes of youth still painted in its features. Sometimes it’s old ­ older than faith, older than wisdom, older than time. And sometimes…sometimes it’s a bit of both all at once.  Sometimes it’s gritty and pained, remembering the face of another who has fallen. Sometimes it’s laughing, pleased to have a moment of peace. Most of the time it’s proud because it knows, oh yes […]

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