April Meeting

ryderPlease join us on April 20, 2015 at the Bartlett Station Municipal Center as we host John Ryder. Mr. Ryder  is currently General Counsel of the Republican National Committee. He is also vice president of the Republican National Lawyers Association.

He has been recognized by Business Tennessee Magazine as being among the 101 Best Lawyers in Tennessee and has been listed in Best Lawyers since 1987.

This meeting is sponsored by the University of Memphis College Republicans.

Meeting Location:
Bartlett Station Municipal Center
5868 Stage Road
Bartlett, TN

Refreshments: 6:30 PM
Meeting begins: 7:00 PM

March Meeting

harrybarberPlease join us for our March meeting on Monday, March 9, 2015. Please note we’ve moved the meeting date up one week due to Spring Break. The meeting location will be in Community Room B.

Harry Barber will be our guest speaker. His presentation will be entitled, “Splitting Whigs; The Republican Party Begins”.

 

 

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February Meeting

scrplogosmallPlease join us on Monday, February 16 at 7:00 PM for our regularly scheduled monthly meeting.

This month we will get an update on the Shelby County Republican Party’s upcoming Caucus and Convention. The Caucus and Convention take place every two years. This is the process used to elect your county Republican leadership.

Current Shelby County Republican Party Chairman Justin Joy will give an overview of the Caucus and Convention process. Then we’ll hear from the two known candidates for Chairman, Mary Wagner Owen and Arnold Weiner.

Our sponsor for this meeting is The University of Memphis College Republicans.

We’ll be meeting at our normal time and location:

Social Time: 6:30 PM
Meeting Begins: 7:00 PM
Location: Bartlett Station Municipal Center
5868 Stage Road
Bartlett, TN 38134

Governor Haslam Sworn In

Haslam Sworn InGov. Bill Haslam (R) began his second term in office on Saturday after a landslide re-election in November.

The inaugural ceremony, during which Haslam took the oath of office, began at 11:30 a.m. CST in Nashville’s Legislative Plaza. Following the ceremony, visitors could take tours of the state capitol building.