On Wednesday, February 27, 2019, the Funkstown American Legion is the place to be! At 7pm, enter the Legion's Ballroom entrance and watch a Washington County Republican Club meeting turn into something else entirely. Feel the energy of Nicolee Ambrose.
This firecracker is a grassroots activist, political commentator, and the statewide elected Republican National Committeewoman for Maryland.
In her role, Nicolee represents Maryland to the Republican National Committee (RNC), where she is one of three votes from Maryland on issues deciding the future of the national Republican Party.
Ms. Ambrose is a FOX News Radio Political Analyst, and regularly speaks at events throughout Maryland and across the nation. She regularly appears on TV shows such as ABC’s “Square Off” and McMedia’s “21 This Week,” and has also appeared on BBC Television News and BBC World Radio News.
The Christmas list of this woman's contributions is so long that I was going nuts trying to condense it for this column, so I quit. You'll just have to come out and see for yourself. You'll walk away with more than you bargained for.
Click below to find a "two-week outlook" that highlights important Maryland bills that will be heard in the next two weeks. The Maryland GOP has listed their support or opposition to each. We encourage you to submit written or verbal testimony on bills that you feel passionate about.
Delegate Neil Parrott's 1st Annual Chili & Chocolate Night
Date: Tuesday, February 26th
Time: 5:30 - 7:30 PM
Location: The Barn at the View, 14111-14113 Pennsylvania Ave, Hagerstown, MD 21742
Additional Info: Tickets are $40/person or $65/family. To purchase your ticket, please click below. For Questions or to RSVP, please call (240) 329-0293.
Meet the Republican National Committee's resident live wire on Wednesday, February 27th, 2019, at the Funkstown American Legion.
Your state representatives invite you to “An Evening in Annapolis with Districts 1 & 2” from 6 to 8 p.m.
Meet with them for an update on the 2019 session and attend a floor session in the Statehouse.
The Senate and House floor sessions begin at 8 p.m. RSVP at 240-362-7040 or 410-841-3447
You must bring photo ID.
Parking will be available at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Taylor Avenue for $5. A shuttle is available.
Join this year's Maryland March for Life on March 4, 2019.
Speakers & performers for this year's March:
Ryan Bomberger from The Radiance Foundation, keynote speaker
Kelly Stauffer from Silent No More Awareness
Jonny Brenns, American Idol Finalist
Are you a woman considering service in public office? Linda Smith and WCRC member Dori Nipps, both members of Women at the Table (WATT) will discuss the group's mission to elect women to public office in Washington County, Maryland and to achieve parity in government in both elected and appointed positions.
Club Meetings are generally held the 4th Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm at the Funkstown American Legion, Dixon-Troxell Post #211, 12 North Westside Avenue, Funkstown, MD 21740-0250
P.O. Box 172 Funkstown, MD 21734-0172, US
Questions? Contact us by Phone - 240-527-8744
Be Informed and Connected
The Washington County Republican Club represents a large number of people who share your values for the common good. The Club stimulates discussion, creativity, leadership and activism on the social/political issues for which we are passionate. With policy briefings and updates by speakers and other leaders, every opinion is welcomed, debated, and in the end, better founded than before. You will not only be better informed about the issues, but also network with other involved, interesting people including elected officials, candidates and other community figures.
Be truly represented
In order for your views to be represented in public office, you vote for candidates who best represent your view. The Club works diligently to elect such candidates. Not only will you know more about officials, you will have opportunities to get to know them and learn who truly represents your view.
Maximize your voice
Joining with other Republicans to hold official’s feet to the fire, giving your input, and telling them what you expect of them amplifies your voice. The WCRC promotes what matters. We speak respectfully, yet loudly, and we are heard.
Be part of the action between elections.
The real action happens in between elections. That’s when people need to be educated, supporting structures need to be built, and the candidates you helped to elect need your input and guidance. With a political arena looking increasingly like life down Alice’s rabbit hole, citizen participation is essential to ensure a rational path to the future. The Washington County Republican Club accepts the challenge.
55 seat bus leaves Hagerstown at 6:00 AM
Rally begins at 8:00 am – It has been moved to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, in front of the White House instead of the Capital
March ends at 2:00 PM
To send a strong message to Congress to:
1. End obstruction and work to accomplish the business of the American people
2. End legal immunity and implement accountability laws, etc. to decrease corruption
3. To implement a comprehensive strategy providing effective, state-of-the-art security at all American borders to prevent illegal entry and smuggling while providing appropriate assistance to persons legally entering the country.
$25 per person for members of the Hagerstown TEA Party (Maryland TEA Party) and $30 for non-members.
Pay pal (link below) or write us a check... or mail a check right away (to provide a prompt headcount for the bus) to Hagerstown Tea Party, P.O. Box 822, Hagerstown, MD 21740
If using the "Pay Here" Button below you will be directed to the Hagerstown Tea Party site and can use the PayPal Donate button under their Mission Statement.
2019 Membership dues are
$25 per person, $35 per couple or $10 per student. The PayPal button below is available for your convenience or you can snail mail it to WCRC, P.O. Box 172, Funkstown, MD 21734-0172
P0 Box 172
Funkstown, MD 21734-0172
Amerian Legion Post 211, 12 N. Westside Ave, Funkstown, MD 21734
The Washington County Republican Club generally meets the fourth Wednesday of each month, with exceptions possible due to special events and holidays. Meetings start at 7:00 p.m.