The Women Republicans of Cleveland County (WeROCC)
will host their monthly meeting
on Thursday September 12th at 7pm at the
VFW Post 4066
near downtown Shelby
(855 W Sumter St, Shelby, NC 28150)
Our speaker will be
NCGOP VICE CHAIR
COME HEAR HER SPEAK ABOUT THE HEALTH OF THE NCGOP PARTY AND THE RNC.
She has Team building, facilitative and motivational skills learned in 30 years of manufacturing and business experience. She has true on the ground grassroots experience as TEA Party chair, Freedom Works National Activist Advisory Council member and Republican precinct chair. She was a successful Vice President for North Carolina’s largest Republican women’s club, Moore Republican Women. She is part of the winning team in Moore County that every republican on the ballot in November 2018 won Moore County! She has engaged in social media training for Republican and activist groups since 2017. Miriam is retired and financially independent and has her husband’s full support in the effort to rebuild the North Carolina republican party and is available to work full time.
Her Goals for the NCGOP: Increase IT support for Counties and Republican Associations at NCGOP Raleigh Headquarters; Mentor precinct chairs and workers to develop strong networks; Improve communications using counties in precincts to bypass the biased mainstream media; Foster new membership through creative messaging and outreach; Use artwork to spark the public imagination and engage the base; Increase organizational transparency to improve communication, upward mobility and trust; Network with other conservative groups to increase energy and expand reach; Improve communication and cooperation with Legislature; Improve messaging and social media presence to increase fundraising & voter turnout.
Job description for Vice Chair from the NCGOP Plan of Organization: The Vice Chairman shall be chief assistant to the Chairman and shall act as Chairman in the absence of the Chairman. The Vice-Chairman shall maintain close liaison with the District and County Vice-Chairman and encourage and direct activities in the Party structure. The Vice- Chairman shall work with the National Committeewoman and National Committeeman and provide them with information and assistance on state matters. The Vice-Chairman shall have such other duties as may be prescribed by the State Executive and Central Committees.
For more information please visit our Facebook page or email at email@example.com.
Dinner may NOT be available to order.
For future meetings please come early for fellowship and dinner (6pm or so). Order from the grill for $10 or less.
Welcome to the Women Republicans of Cleveland County (WeROCC) website!
Our club centers on promoting a politically educated public and supporting Republican candidates.
We consist both regular and associate members.
If you are a registered Republican, we have a place for you!
We are a fun, caring, and involved group.
We would love to meet you!
Tanzy Wallace and Ted Alexander nominated by the NAACP for their image award for Political Involvement in Cleveland County on June 2, 2018. Surrounded by WeROCC supporters. Congratulations!
The Federation of Republican Women presented a 2018 Tribute to Women Award on May 11, 2018 to our WeROCC President, Marge Hooper, in recognition of all her hard work for the NCFRW and the Republican Party.
On Saturday May 19, 2018, Republician Initiative Training that took place in Shelby hosted by Brad Overcash. WeROCC was present on the Front Row as well as other women from Rutherford County and Gaston County,as well as our our NCFRW President, Pat Smith.As NCFRW members. We Support School Safety.
WeROCC was presented with the GOLD ACHEVEMENT Award by the National Federation of Republican Women to acknowledge a sucessful 2016-17.
In support of expectant mothers, WeROCC sponsored a table at the annual fundraiser for the Pregnancy Resource Center held at the First Baptist Church in Kings Mountain.
A group of WeROCC Women (and a friend) attended the performance ofthe US Air Force Heritage of America Band on 4/13/2018.
On May 8, 2018 Ted Alexander, the Republican winner of the NC District 44 primary spoke at our May WeROCC meeting.
WeROCC donaated the NFRW edition of the book "Little Miss Patriot" to the Cleveland Country Library on April 13, 2018.
On April 22, 2018 WeROCC hosted a NC SENTATE forum for Ted Alexander, David Curtis and Martin Oakes
Besides direct involvement in politics, our club does numerous public service projects for our state and local communities. Such as packing Care Packages for our Troops who are and about to be deployed. In the past year, we had a social gathering at the Equestrian Center and a fall retreat to the mountains.
. We like to attend as many parades and festivals as we can in Cleveland County.
We collectively work towards uniting women as a force to positively impact the direction of our nation, while also advancing the power of women through political access and participation. Whether you're interested in simply becoming more informed, helping inform the public, supporting candidates, running for office yourself, or becoming part of your county or state Republican Party structure, you will find what you need with the Women Republicans of Cleveland County, a federated Club in the North Carolina Federation of Republican Women and National Federation of Republican Women.
We offer information, programs and privileges to our members while drawing on their collective talents, ideas, and desire to participate. From lawyers, doctors, and teachers to politicians, housewives, and grandmothers, we attract women from all walks of life.
Among our members are elected officials or party leaders at the national, state, and local levels and together we strengthen our Republican Party, empower Republican women, and create a better future for our children and grandchildren. Full members include Besty Harnage, our first female Republican Register of Deeds, and Susan Allen, Vice-Chair Cleveland County Commissioner. Associate Members include Cleveland County Commissioners Ronnie Whetstine and Doug Bridges; Kelly Hastings NC House of Representatives. At times, these elected officials have attended our WeROCC meetings.
We look forward to meeting you at WeROCC!