In March, North Shore RW's Youth Outreach Chair Jennifer Robin and Willis High School Young Republicans President Austin Taylor, third and fourth from the left, welcome a county attorney, district attorney and appeals court justice to the Young Republicans meeting. Also pictured is the club’s school sponsor.
North Shore Republican Women
North Shore Republican Women has had many projects this year, including the Dictionary Project, the distribution of U.S. Constitution booklets to elementary students, and working in the Hispanic community to promote Republicans.
We are, however, especially proud of the Willis High School Young Republicans group that was started under the direction of our Youth Outreach Chairman Jennifer Robin. With help from our club and Montgomery County Young Republicans, Jennifer was able to put together the first meeting in January. More than 30 students packed the high school classroom to listen to a district judge and state representative.
Since then, the young people have elected officers, been accepted into the Teenage Republicans and High School Republicans of Texas, held an ice cream social, and built up their membership to almost 60 students. Recently, volunteers turned out at Willis Library for a service project. They will also be helping our Community Engagement Chairman Karen Darcy-Pawlak at Kidz Fest, an informative and fun festival for children.
Elected officials are clamoring to attend and speak at the group’s meetings. In March, Jennifer and Young Republican President Austin Taylor welcomed a county attorney, district attorney, and appeals court justice. The program for May included Amy Clark, vice-chairman of the Texas Republican Party.
Students from two other high schools in our county have asked Jennifer to help start clubs in their schools. We are thrilled to nurture these young Republicans.
-- Ann Kate, Media Chair
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