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Summer Break! -Friday, May 05, 2017
The Cecil County Republican Club will be postponing meetings over the summer months due to vacations, etc. We will resume our meetings on the 2nd Wednesday of September (9/13/2017) at 7pm Watch for Announcements and keep on on any news on Facebook and our Website! Have a Safe & Fun Summer!!!!
MARCH MEETING CANCELED -Sunday, March 05, 2017
We are canceling the normally scheduled meeting since many of our members are planning to attend the county's presentation of “Under Contract: Farmers and the Fine Print,” a documentary film about the inner workings of the farming industry, will be shown in a free screening at the Cecil County Administration Building at 6:30 p.m. this Wednesday
Cecil County Republican Club Meeting! (FEB) -Thursday, January 12, 2017
We will be having out 2nd meeting that will solidify the new structure of the organization to ensure livelihood and purity of the clubs agenda that is electing conservative candidates under the republican party. 2nd Wednesday WHEN: February 8th, 2017 WHERE: Unwined, North East MD 7PM Please send email to confirm seating (info@CecilCountyRepublicanClub.com)
We will be conducting our very first club meeting at UnWined and plan on having a Town Hall style of meeting to get input from others on the direction of the county and what we can do as a team to make it better for all of us. Our responsibility as citizens is to hire (elect) officials who will work in the manner in which we elected them for. Many time they pull the wool over our eyes and we need to do a better job of vetting Republicans to make sure they convey our conservative principals. We will be conducting our very first club meeting at UnWined and plan on having a Town Hall style of meeting to get input from others on the direction of the county and what we can do as a team to make it better for all of us. Our responsibility as citizens is to hire (elect) officials who will work in the manner in which we elected them for. Many time they pull the wool over our eyes and we need to do a better job of vetting Republicans to make sure they convey our conservative principals.