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Greenville County
Republican Women's Club

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The Membership of the Greenville County Republican Women's Club is invited by our members, Diane Hardy and Stacy Shea, and highly encouraged by your Club President, Mary Beth Green, to attend the Palmetto Panel and next day training by the Center for Self Governance. Either or both events will give you a jumpstart to becoming a well-informed and effective activist. The CSG training on Sunday provides a respectful and proven training, prinicples of which I not only agree with, but am incorporating into our meetings. You will be glad you participated.

Mary Beth Green
Greenville County Republican Women's Club

Third Annual PALMETTO PANEL Conference at Clemson. Incredible speakers in a beautiful venue with food provided. Join SC Treasurer Curtis Loftis, Ambassador Hank Cooper (Reagan Administration), Clare Lopez - former CIA officer, professor, Lincoln Fellow, author and member of the Congressional Task Force on National and Homeland Security; to name just a few of the fascinating speakers you can hear and meet at the Palmetto Panel 2017.

Stacy Shea
President, Adamantine Alliance
Internal Dialogue Drives Human Performance"

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Legislators work to silence critics

Jan. 26 meeting

Ashley Landess, SC Policy Council, speaks to Republican County Republican Women Jan. 26, 2014 from Thomas Hanson on Vimeo

Ashley Landess Questions and Answers

Diane Hardy: Palmetto Panel

Photo gallery

Bill would force transparency on 'citizens' not government




Regular Luncheon Meeting Information

Our next luncheon meeting will be Thursday, Feb. 23, at the Poinsett Club, 807 E. Washington St., Greenville, SC, at noon.

Our speaker will be Ben H. Davis Jr. of the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) Commission. Davis retired as President/CEO of Connie Maxwell Children's Home in 2014 after 21 years of service. He has degrees from Furman University, Christian Bible College and North Greenville University. After graduating from college, he owned and operated WFIS Radio and WCKM Radio, as well as the Tribune Times newspaper.

The cost is $18 for members and associates and $20 for nonmembers.

Reservations must be made by Sunday, Feb. 19, at 8 p.m., by emailing Tracy Phillpott at or by calling her at 864-420-6259. Reservations can also be made at


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