The 40th Biennial Convention of the NFRW is scheduled for September 26-29, 2019 at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Each club in good standing by March, 2019 may send one voting delegate to the NFRW Convention. Other club members, also in good standing with the NFRW by June 28, 2019, may attend the Convention without voice or vote.
Congratulations to those elected at the 2019 Spring meeting of the WFRW Board of Directors to represent the entire WFRW as At-Large Delegates at this fall's NFRW Convention:
- Shirley Schreiber (Chelan-Douglas)
- Tracy Fitzgerald (Ponderosa)
- Patricia Geiger (Snohomish)
- Jeanne Quinlivan (Whatcom)
- Roxanne Husmann (Virtual)
- Joyce Barry (Silverdale-Seabeck)
- Beth Daranciang (Bothell/North King)
Convention Registration materials/links and information about the guest speakers, programs and agenda should be available by mid-July, 2019. The NFRW Officers for 2020-2021 will be elected. Please note that WFRW Past President, Eileen Sobjack, has been nominated to serve as NFRW First Vice President.
Congratulations to the 2019-2020 WFRW Officers
WFRW clubs and members work hard to recruit and support candidates for office.
Washington State's Secretary of State, Kim Wyman, is one of our favorite success stories.
A past officer of the Thurston County Republican Women's Club as well as the County Party organization, she is an inspiration to all who meet her.
Former Oklahoma Congressman Steve Largent is also one of the most popular former Seattle Seahawks. He is shown here with the late Fredi Simpson, then Washington State's National Committeewoman; Past WFRW President Eileen Sobjack, the former NFRW Secretary and current NFRW 2nd Vice President; and WFRW President Dee Drewry, Chair of the NFRW's Technology Committee.
When Sharon Day, former Co-Chairman of the Republican National Committee and current U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica, flew to Washington to visit her friend, the late Fredi Simpson, several WFRW members gathered for lunch with her.
As expected, she shared several entertaining anecdotes and reminded us that we are stronger and more effective when we work together.