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HRWF SEPT 2013 Redwood Alert

HRWF SEPT 2013 Redwood Alert

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Humboldt Republican Women Federated Newsletter September Issue
Humboldt Republican Women Federated Newsletter September Issue

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President: Annette DeModena 442-2788 aslansplace @ att.net
 
 
Membership: Terry Roberts 599-3255 terry@terryroberts.net
 
 
Editor: Rose admin@hrwf-ca.org
HUMBOLDT REPUBLICAN WOMEN FEDERATED
Volume 39 Issue 7
Sept 2013
    T    H    E
 
Affiliated with
NFRW (
National Federation of Republican Women)/
CFRW (
California Federation of Republican Women - Northern Division)
 
Follow us on
TWITTER @hrwf 
 
(http://twitter.com/hrwf) Find us on
 
FACEBOOK - Humboldt Republican Women
http://www.hrwf-ca.org
Humboldt Republican Women Welcome
MichelleOrrock 
Are small businessesprepared for the comingtsunami of costs andregulations associatedwith Obamacare?
The Oct. 1 opening of ObamaCare exchanges is getting closer. Amidst confusion over how it will be rolledout and how much it will cost, public support is eroding. A majority of Americans now realize thatObamacare will increase their medical costs and taxes. FOX reports that,
overall, 63% of voters believe that the 2010 health care law needs to be changed. That number is up from 58 percent since July 2012.
Increasing criticism from Labor unions, small business owners and members of Congress have forcedmajor delays and revisions. With less than a month to go before millions of Americans will be required toenroll in Obamacare, the GOP senators’ petition to defund Obamacare has a million signatures.So, where do we stand? Our speaker this month will talk about all this and more.Michelle Orrock is the Communications Director for the National Federation of Independent Business,California, the nation’s largest small business association. She’s responsible for all media and communi-cations for the California oce including developing written materials, website content and coordinatinginterviews for the state director and other sta. In addition, she also manages outreach for the YoungEntrepreneur Foundation awards in California, a program that provides scholarships to high schoolseniors who start their own businesses.Prior to coming to NFIB, Michelle was the communications director for the Governor's Oce of theSecretary of Education and worked for State Assemblyman Roger Niello. She has more than a decade of experience working in both the public and private sector.She’s been an elected member of the Board of Directors of the Cosumnes Community Services District(Cosumnes CSD) since November 2008, has worked closely with the business community and is amember of the Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse Statewide Advisory Council. She serves on the Jobsand Business Growth Committee at the Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce, the secondlargest chamber in California.SEE YOU THERE!.......
JOIN US
for lunch
ThursdaySept. 19th
11:30-1:00
*To RSVP this month, pleaseCALL
LAURA(707)
839-5538
 
Or RSVP by email to:
MARGARET
tom-marg@suddenlink.netThis month we’re at back at445 Herrick Avenue, Eureka11:30 a.m. Lunch/Socializing:Mtg 12:00 -1:00 p.m.
 Your choice:
 Full Lunch $15.00.Beverage (no lunch) $4.00(Tax & tip included)
Make checks payable to HRWF
 * R S V P
 B Y
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Each Oce is IndependentlyOwned And Operated
TERRY ROBERTS
REALTOR 
(707) 599-3255 CELL(707)822-5971 BUSINESS(707) 884-9740 TOLL FREE(707) 822-4337 FAXterryroberts@coldwellbanker.com
SELLERS REALTY 
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ANVICK ENGINEERINGTHEODORE E. ANVICKConsulting Structural Engineer
1246 Anvick RoadArcata, California, 95521email ted@anvick.comTelephone 888-ANVICK1Telephone 707-822-7731FAX 707-822-3003
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MEET
GREET
CRP Chairman
Jim Brulte
Assemblyman
Tim Donnelly
CRP Northwest Region Vice-Chair
Elissa Wadleigh
 Thank You! Your contribution helps us carry our Republican message to every corner of Humboldt County and supportour solid Republican candidates as they work to put our ideas of lower taxes, limited government, personal responsibili-ty, a strong national defense and a secure frontier into action. Tax Information: Contributions to the Humboldt CountyRepublican Central Committee are non-tax deductible for Federal or California tax purposes. Individual contributions:Individual contributions will be used in both Federal and California state elections and may be made in any amount. Therst $10,000 received per calendar year (husband and wife counted separately) may be used for Federal elections.Contributions used for state and local elections: Individuals, PACs, business entities and corporations may contributeunlimited amounts for California state and local elections and ballot issues, and may be allocated as follows: (a) up to$32,800 for candidate support, (b) amounts in excess of $32,800 per calendar year will be used for permissible, non-directcandidate support purposes. Contributions used for Federal elections: Individuals and unincorporated associations maycontribute up to $10,000 per contributor per calendar year (husbands and wives are considered separate contributors).Corporate Contributions: Corporate contributions will be used in California state elections and may be used for special,federal “Levin Account” purposes. These contributions may be made in any amount. Federal “Levin Account”: The second$10,000 received from an individual, and the rst $10,000 from any corporation, may be placed in the Republican Party’sLevin account and will be used for federal election activity. Special donor disclosure requirements: Contributors of $10,000.00 or more to the Party’s state and local elections account and all other state or local candidates, PACs, politicalparty committees or ballot measures in a calendar year, must le a California Major Donor Report.
Saturday, September 14th
Fortuna Veterans Memorial Building 1426 Main Street, Fortuna
Doors Open: 11:30 AMLunch: 12:15 PM
$15 Each or $25/Couple
RSVP by September 8th
For Reservations Call:
 
498-3101 Gwen Morris442-2788 Annette De Modena
 
Jim BrulteElissa WadleighTim Donnelly
Don’t miss this  special opportunity 
 Get Your TicketsNow! 
 
Tim Donnelly
 R.S.V.P 
H U M B O L D T C O U N T Y R E P U B L I C A N P A R T
311 5th St, (P.O. Box 682)Eureka, CA 95502-0682
Humboldt CountyRepublican Party
 
 
Well, September is here, school has begun, and most of you are back to a more structured routine.Those of us who are retired just smile. As a retired teacher, I run into former students often and nomatter what the dynamic might have been, they truly seem happy to see me and look forward to mytraditional hug. Whether I remember them or not, they will never know. I have resolved that nomatter who the student, they will be warmly received by me. I want their memories of their timewith me to be honest and rewarding. That is my inheritance to them.Obviously, that is not how we usually dene inheritance, but recent experiences have led me toreconsider that denition. Extrapolating from the concept of teaching a class to that of mentoringone or several, one brings the concept of Inheritance into the present. Because of our life experienc-es, we are fountains of knowledge capable of pouring this information into others to aid them alongtheir way.The same is true for organizations. There are those whose service for years has been impeccable andhave a wealth of experience and knowledge to share with the newcomers and do. Some (not inHRWF) tend to hold on to that knowledge, stay involved, and perhaps do not see the necessity inempowering others through mentoring. How does an organization grow if we do not replicateourselves? This is the inheritance of any strong organization.Our current organizational structure tends to leave the membership out of the loop in decision-mak-ing and the history behind those decisions ; thus, many of our members come to our luncheons, enjoytheir visits, and then go home. Our challenge this year will be to do just that. If we are to continue tobe successful as a club, we need to recruit new Board members and nd ways to involve more of youin the issues which continue to aect our lives and our futures.With Obamacare on the horizon, the U.N. small arms treaty being signed by our faux president, aSuper Minority of Republicans in our California Senate, we must do more than wring our hands inanguish. We must sacrice, unite, and collaborate to bring a dierent kind of inheritance to our stateand to our nation.Let’s share our knowledge and collaborate to bring a fresh perspective to our county and to our state.On another note, a huge thank you to those who volunteered to take a session or more at the fair. Allwent well and fun was had by all. Fun is also on the slate for our September 19 meeting at our usualhaunt on Herrick Avenue. Our speaker is Michelle Orrock, a small business owner, who along withothers, fought Obamacare and won. Come hear this story. Come! Get ready to leave an inheritanceto the next generation of conservatives! Get ready to rumble! The elections are coming!Warmest regards,
Inheritance:
The Reward of Experience
■
Tuesday, Sept 2nd
HGOP MEETING: 6:00 pm
■
Sept 8th
National Grandparent's Day
(First Sunday after Labor Day)
■
Saturday, Sept 14th
Meet & Greet Jim Brulte:
CRP Chairman
Assemblyman Tim DonnellyElissa Wadleigh,
Vice-Chairwoman, CRP NW Region
Fortuna Veteran's Memorial Bldg
■
Thursday, Sept 19th
HRWF General Meeting
at 445 Herrick Avenue, Eureka
Guest Speaker: Michelle Orrock(Sept. 19th is also Talk Like A Pirate Day)
■
Sept 22nd-28th
Remember to Register to Vote Week
■
Monday, Sept 23rd
HBHWG Meeting 5:30 to 7:00
840 E Street, Eureka
■
Saturday, Sept 26th
CFRW State Convention
■
Sunday, September 29th
Annual Republican Picnic
Rohner Park, Fortuna
■
Fri-Sun, Oct 4th-6th
CRP FALL CONVENTION
In Anaheim
■
Friday, Oct 11th
SOCKS FOR SOLDIERSDINNER & AUCTION
BLUE LAKE CASINORex Bohn AuctioneerFor Info: Call Paulette 442-9322
■
Tuesday, Oct 11th
HGOP MEETING: 6:00 pm
■
Thursday, Oct 17th
HRWF General Meeting
Orlean Koehle/Agenda 21 & Common Core
President’sMessage
Calendar
In remembrance of Marilyn St. John. She passedaway in June, and we will all really miss her. Shewas such an active member in HRWF and alsovolunteered at the Central Committee office.

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