Date: Wednesday, February 27, 2019, Luncheon, 11:30 am.
Location: Glenmore Country Club, 1750 Piper Way, Keswick, Va. 22947, Cost $24.00-ACRWL Members, Associates and Guests.
Speaker: D. J. Jordan, Candidiate for the Virginia House of Delegates.
Topic: Expanding 'Republicanism' in Minority Communities.
Reservations: RSVP by paying in advance. Payment is your reservation. Check payable to 'ACRWL,' or pay with a credit card at this website, See Paypal lower right corner.
*Web payment or check must be received by Sunday, February 24, 2019, MAIL YOUR CHECK TO ACRWL Reservations, P.O. Box 5727, Charlottesville, Va. 22905.
*Private Luncheon Even sponsored by 'ACRWL' - Albemarle Charlottesville Republican Women's League.


The Monument Fund, Inc.
P.O. Box 483
Charlottesville, Va. 22902
Your general donation to this legal defense will help in the fight to save the Robert E. Lee Monument for future generations.

**ACRWL Mailing Address: ACRWL Reservations, P.O. Box 5727, Charlottesville, Va. 22905.
New Guidelines for Reservations - 1. No Payments will be accepted at the door. 2. Your check is your reservation. 3. Your check must be received at least four days before luncheon. 4. Cancellations within four days of luncheon are non-refundable. 5. All guests must be accompanied by an ACRWL member. 6. Use PayPal or Credit Card link on our web site to pay for reservations.
ACRWL holds eight (8) regular meetings and a membership coffee each year. There is a guest speaker at every regular meeting. Our annual meeting, with election of officers, is held in November. Notice of all events will be posted on this web site.
Regular Member - $30 as of Jan. 1st, 2012 - Associate Member - $12 - We Welcome Your Husbands to Join Us as Associate Members. - Collegiate Member - $10 - Any otherwise eligible woman attending college.

Monday, July 18, 2011

ACRWL - #6 - PHOTOS: 'Love of Country - A Summer Supper' - ACRWL July 10, 2011 Picnic

'Love of  Country - A Summer Supper' - ACRWL held their July Picnic at the Darden Towe Park on July 10, 2011. Rob Schilling and Joe Thomas were the Masters of Ceremony and gave a wonderful history of de Tocqueville's visit to America, including his observation of American Society.  It was de Tocqueville's opinion, in order to sustain our Republic, America needed well educated women, which he felt we had achieved. Speakers included: Robert Hurt, 5th District, House of Representatives, Rob Bell, 58th District, Va. House of Delegates, Pat Mullins, Chairman, Virginia Republican Party of Virginia, and Rachel Schoenewald, Chairman, Albemarle County Republican Committee. Entertainment was provided by Vinnie Dodd, who played the guitar and sang country and patriotic songs.

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