On the right with Robin Lowe


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A welcome to the people of Hemet and San Jacinto

Robin Lowe says:

I am proud to announce that I was just elected President of the California Federation of Republican Women of Hemet-San Jacinto, this past Wednesday, October 23. The Hemet/San Jacinto Valley RWF meets the third Wednesday of every month at the “Hungry Bear Restaurant” on San Jacinto Street in Hemet. Registration begins at 11am with lunch beginning at 11:30. November will be our final meeting of the year as we will be going “dark” in December. The cost is $15. If you’d like to learn more about the organization, please see our website http://www.cfrw.org/club-Hemet_San_Jacinto_Valley_RWF_80.htm

Also, as a past State President of the California Congress of Republicans, and past President of the local chapter here in Hemet, I would like to open the door to our wide tent and welcome all to join us: we are currently in the process of selecting a new headquarters. 

The California Congress of Republicans is celebrating its 30th year as a mainstream conservative, grassroots volunteer organization and is an officially chartered part of the California Republican Party (CRP). Tom Wilson will be installed as CCR Hemet-San Jacinto chapter President and I would like to invite all to come and celebrate with us at the installation event taking place at the Elks Lodge 1740 at 1305 W. Florida on December 9. We’ll have more information as the date approaches. Also, I must give a well-deserved “thank you” to friend and colleague, outgoing President Sharon Myers-Durbin, who has done an outstanding job. If you would like more information on the CCR, please see their website https://www.ccr-gop.com

Also, I believe that I speak for all Republicans when I say that we are excitedly looking forward to the 2020 election and to reelecting our current President. 

Lastly I would like to again extend my thanks to and welcome the Hemet-San Jacinto Chronicle as a fresh, new, unbiased voice in our Valley.

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