Councilmember Terry Happer Scheier to Talk to Republican Women

Northeast Johnson County Republican Women Local Club of National Federation of Republican Women

Contact: Esther Fuchs (630) 666-2055 EstherF09@gmail.com

Overland Park, Kansas

Councilmember Terry Happer Scheier to Talk to Republican Women

The Northeast Johnson County Republican Women will be holding their monthly meeting on Monday, January 14, 2013 at Red Robin Restaurant located at 7111 West 95th Street, Overland Park, KS. Social and Sign-in begins at 11:00; meeting begins promptly at 11:30. Guests and new members are welcome. Reservations requested. The featured speaker will be Terry Happer Scheier, Overland Park Councilwoman.

Terry Happer Scheier currently serves on the City Council for Overland Park, KS and will be speaking about trends in city government during this month’s meeting. The Northeast Johnson County Republican Women’s Club is over 75 years old and is the oldest chapter in Kansas.

Anyone interested in becoming a member or attending as a guest should RSVP to Judy Barackman, president of local chapter, at (913) 491-4619. Please see the website for additional information - www.jocoksrepublicanwomen.org. The Northeast Johnson County Republican Women’s Club is a local chapter of National Federation of Republican Women. For more information on the Kansas Federation of Republican Women visit www.kansasfederationofrepublicanwomen.org.

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