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September  Speakers

Dr. Linnea McCord is emeritus associate professor of Business Law and is on the faculty of Pepperdine University. Her area of Specialty: The Gift of American Freedom. Dr. McCord was the keynote speaker at the Washington State Federation of Republican Women's Spring Board Meeting and she touched all of our hearts. Dr. McCord, says that we are facing an: “all brains on deck crisis for the survival of our nation.” She has written a book, “The Wisdom of Ants (Restore the Secret Power of Trust That Made America Great, Before It’s too Late.” Her book outlines the 10 Ten Commandments of Trust which are essential and nonnegotiable. Don’t miss this incredible speaker. Dr. McCord has the battle plan and shows us what we will and can do to save our nation.


Bill Bruch is serving his 6th year and 3rd elected term as Chairman of the Skagit County Republican Party. Bill is also the Washington State Republican Party's (WSRP) Election Integrity Chairman and serves on the WSRP's State Committee Executive Board. He is a former LaConner Town Council Member, owns his own business and is a longtime property manager. Bill plans to bring us up to speed on what is happening to have election integrity in the coming elections of 2024.


RSVP Now, but no later than September 17th - Yes Attending and Yes for Dinner - to:


We meet on the lower level of Shawn O'Donnell's American Grill & Irish Pub, 122 128th Street SE, Everett, WA 98208 (SOD).


ERWC's motto is "Women in the cause of good government".  We seek to educate women and men about the Republican Party's values and to encourage and teach Republican Women about running for office.


Meetings are generally conducted from 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM, with a social hour starting at 6:00 PM and dinner at 6:30 PM (dinner is optional but encouraged, since this is how we pay for the room).


Each meeting begins with an Invocation and the Pledge of Allegiance. The President opens the meeting and provides a Welcome message.


Dinner prices have increased due to the price of food, labor, and shipping costs. Those increases have to be covered so our standard dinner fee is now $25 for each meal. If you do not plan to eat, we are suggesting a donation of $5 to help cover expenses. Paying for dinner ($25) or membership ($45) can be accomplished with cash; a check made payable to Evergreen Republican Women’s Club (ERWC); a credit card presented to our Treasurer, Jennifer Skeeters; or by using Zelle in advance or when checking in at the door: to  Credit cards will be charged the processing fee.  Payments in advance by check can be made out to ERWC and sent to ERWC, P.O. Box 1254, Everett, WA 98206. 


Our system for managing dinners is as follows: once you’ve paid for dinner, you will be given a ticket which, after dinner is announced, will be given to the Shawn O’Donnell’s attendant at the bar in exchange for a plate to fill at the buffet.


ERWC provides a headcount and SODs prepares for each meeting based on that headcount.  Please be aware that NO SHOWs (i.e. those who RSVP for dinner, but do not cancel by September 19th) are expected to pay.  Having the correct numbers for seating and for food preparation is critical.  We want to make sure we have enough for all, but we also do not want waste. It’s important to note that this is not an all you can eat buffet. We ask that you only take a reasonable portion and if you are still hungry later after everyone is served and there is still food, you are welcome to go back for seconds.


Please invite your husband, family, and friends to join us for the evening.  Shawn O'Donnell's buffet price is $25 per person.  Not only are we grateful for the wonderful food each month and great service, but we are also appreciative of the location to hold our meetings.  We hope you feel the same!

RSVP by September 17th, to, indicating:

YES to attend and YES for dinner





Note:  Shawn O'Donnell's is at 122 128th St. SE, Everett, WA 98208  Web site


Let us be sure that those who come after will say of us in our time, that in our time we did everything that could be done. We finished the race; we kept them free; we kept the faith.  

                                                                 Ronald Reagan

Ready-Set-Go!  Preview

Date TBD: Basic Tools Hands-on Class and Suggestions on Where to Invest in these Perilous Times!! Marysville Rifle Club

•Bring those knives, hatchets, axes that need sharpening and learn how to sharpen and care for your tools. Do you know how to properly swing an axe and the proper way to chop wood? If you have a chainsaw, do you know how to properly operate and maintain it? If you have a generator, do you know how to start it and properly maintain it? If you have propane heaters, do you know how to properly connect them to the propane tank?

•What are some of my options for investing right now? Should I invest in Gold, Silver, Crypto? How much cash should I have on hand?

•What’s important to you so that you can be prepared?

Questions – Call BJ @ 425-351-1022

In uncertain times, it’s important to be prepared for the unexpected! We are all victims of good intentions, and many are more prepared than others.   

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