* To promote an informed electorate through education.
* To further the principles and philosophies of the Republican Party.
* To work toward electing party nominees to Local, State and National Offices.
* To congregate periodically in social settings for fellowship with like minded people.
The Harrisona County Republican Club holds its monthly meetings on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Great Southern Club, 1 Hancock Plaza, Gulfport. Members meet for lunch at 11:30 and the program begins at Noon. Cost for lunch is $15.
Brandon Payne - President
Ashley Comstock - Vice President
Andrew Hinkebein - Secretary
Russ Guess - Treasurer
Joe Cloyd - Immediate Past President
Wayne Tisdale - At Large
Barbara Allen - At Large
Haley Broom - At Large
Todd Hairston - At Large
Dan Bomar - At Large
"Our goal is to give Republican Women the opportunity to join an organization that promotes the priciples and philosophies of the Mississippi Republican Party; to grow in ideas and commitment as well as numbers; to promote an informed elctorate through education and to work toward electing qualified republican candidates, local,state, & national."2012 Officers
Nell Frisbie, the incoming president of the Mississippi Federation of Republican Women, installed the following officers at the December 2011 meeting:
Shirley Godsey - President
Gayle Bentz - First Vice-President
Georgie Morton - Second Vice-President
Kerry Ryan - Recording Secretary
Dana Lamey - Corresponding Secretary
Kathie Short - Treasurer
Lisa Palazzo - Parlimentarian
The Harrison County Republican Women hold their monthly meetings on the 4th Monday of each month. Members meet for lunch at 11:30 and the program begins at Noon.
The Club requests that attendees RSVP by email to:
Please see Meeting and Program information for more details.
January 23, Gulfport Yacht Club, 6:30 PM, Speaker: Mayors of the Coast Cities: State of the Cities ($20 dinner, optional)
February 27, Gulfport Yacht Club, 11:30 AM, Speakers: HC Supervisors ($15 lunch, optional)
March 26, Gulfport Yacht Club, 11:30 AM, Speaker: MS Chairman of the Republican Party: Presidential Election 2012 ($15 lunch, optional)
April 23: Home of Kerry Ryan, 7 Mockingbird Lane, Gulfport, MS. 4:00 PM—6:00 PM Membership Tea
May 28, Gulfport Yacht Club, 11:30 AM Speakers: Jessica Upshaw—MS House and Sean Tindell---MS Senate ($15 lunch, optional)
June 25, Gulfport Yacht Club, 11:30 AM Speakers: Legislative Roundup: Casey Eure, Carolyn Crawford, Scott Delano, Richard Bennett, & Greg Haney ($15 lunch, optional)
July 23, Gulfport Yacht Club, 6:30 PM, Pasta/Popcorn Night: Movie “Iron-Jawed Angels” (dinner $15, optional)
August 27, Gulfport Yacht Club, 11:30 AM, Speaker: Dana Lamey, CPA Tax Reform Plans ($15 lunch, optional)
September 24, Gulfport Yacht Club, 6:30 AM, Speaker: Congressman Palazzo, Joint meeting with RW in Fourth Congressional District ($25 Dinner, optional)
October 22, Gulfport Yacht Club, 11:30 AM, Poll Watching Training ($15 lunch, optional)
November 26, Gulfport Yacht Club, 11:30 AM, Larry Barnett, Harrison County Development Commission, “Jobs, Jobs, Jobs” Election of Officers ($15 lunch, optional)
December 17, Gulfport Yacht Club, 11:30 AM, Installation of Officers for 2013 & Club Awards ($15 lunch, optional)
For reservations to all events, email Shirley Godsey, President HCRW, by Friday noon before a meeting: Drjosh1@aol.com.
The Harrison County Teenage Republicans is a group of middle and high school students interested in promoting the Republican party in Harrison County. For students who believe in Republican values, this club is an excellent choice. TARs students help to campaign for Republican leaders in the political world and encourage people of voting age in the community to vote. Students are able to better understand the Republican party's point of view on moral, ethical, domestic, and foreign issues; as well as, better understand the politics of today. With a better understanding of the government and how it is run on a daily basis, students are more apt to get involved in the running of our great nation. Many TARs students have gone on to become leaders in college and society.
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