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NSRF July 2011 Newsletter

NSRF July 2011 Newsletter

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July 2011 newsletter of the North Suburban Republican Forum
July 2011 newsletter of the North Suburban Republican Forum

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North Suburban Republican Forum
July, 2011
 www.NorthSuburbanRepublicanForum.com www.NorthSuburbanRepublicanForum.org 
Our next meeting is from 9:30-11:15 am, Saturday morning, June 11
 , with Troy Ard, StateChairman of the College Republicans,who will be discussing how to recruit young people for the Republican Party.This is our first meeting at our new location in the Anythink Huron Street Library. Remember to invite somebody new to the Forumas we discuss politics for the Denver North Metro area.
NSRF upcoming calendar in 2011:August 13 -- Board of Education issues with Laura Boggs & Heidi WilliamsSeptember 10 ± Republican issues with R Block Party, Hear Us Now, Broomfield 9-12, CLaRO, andColorado Tea Party groupsOctober 8 -- Local candidates running for City Council and Board of EducationNovember 12 -- Redistricting/Reapportionment with Gary Mikes & Brian Vande Krol and local electionresultsDecember 10 ± Don Beezley on upcoming legislative issuesJanuary 14 ± What to expect from the 2012 Colorado legislature session
We need volunteers! Come join us at the Adams County Republicans booth at the Adams County FairWednesday, August 3rd 5 pm ± 9 pmThurday, August 4th 10 am± 9pmFriday, August 5
10 am ± 10 pmSaturday, August 6th 10 am ± 10 pmSunday, August 7th 10 pm ± 6 pm
Last year, 60,000 people attended the fair. The Adams County Republicans have a double-wide booth with plenty of room for candidates, literature, balloons, and
 your smiling face
. To volunteer and help us in the booth, please email Art Foss atRmsart@msn.comor leave a message at 303-450-1675.
Our speaker this month is
Troy Ard
who is the State Chairman of the College Republicans of Colorado. At the age of 14 hebecame involved in politics by starting a Teenage Republicans chapter at his high school. By the time he was 15 he wasthe State Chairman of Colorado Teenage Republicans. In 2004 he experienced his first political campaign work with theBush/Cheney Re-Election campaign serving as the community campaign coordinator. By 2006 he was hired as the FieldDirector of the Republican Party in one of the strongest Democrat controlled areas of Colorado. From there he becameVice Chairman of his local Republican Party and a State Party member focusing on increasing organizational capabilitiesand public relations. In the 2008 campaign he served as the Campaign Director for, now congressman, Scott Tiptonfocusing on inventive strategy and collaborative efforts between campaigns. After the 2008 election cycle ended, he wasappointed as Communications Director of Colorado CRs until his unanimous election as State Chairman in April 2010.Since his election as chairman he has focused on chapter development, recruitment, and developing stronger chapterautonomy.Troy has extensive experience with all aspects of political campaigning including: management, public relations,fundraising, media relations, traditional and inventive political strategy, and political activism. He has also given severalradio and newspaper interviews on conservative issues. He is currently in the process of starting a non-profitorganization dedicated to political education and imaginative public policy solutions. Academically he also has veryextensive education on the subjects of culture, Freudian Psychoanalysis, abnormal behavior, and humanpsychopathology as a student of Colorado State University- Pueblo.
Beginning this month on Saturday, July 9
, the NSRF will be meeting at the HuronAnythink Library community room from 9:30-11:15am instead of Gander Mountain.
Anythink Huron StreetLibrary
Phone:(303) 452-7534
 Address:9417 Huron Street, Thornton, CO 80260
ee map:Google Maps 
 Anythink Huron
treet is a 25,000-square-foot library located at the intersection of Conifer andHuron streets in Thornton. On Feb. 6, 2010, this fantastic new facility opened its doors to library customers in the communities of Northglenn, Thornton, Federal Heights and surrounding areas. Anythink Huron
treet is gold LEED certified and includes fun, inspiring spaces for all ages toenjoy.

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