, elected on November 2 to the U.S. House of Representatives, will be the featured speaker at the November 9 meeting of the Roundtable. Southerland scored a historic victory over entrenched Democrat "Blue Dog" Allen Boyd, whose support of the Obama-Pelosi-Reid liberal agenda paved the way for a true conservative to reclaim a congressional seat for the people of Florida's District 2.
Southerland announced his candidacy for Congress at a Roundtable meeting last fall. We welcome him back not just to complete the circle but to share his hopes for America and his plans for helping the Republican congressional leadership stop the stampede to socialism.
Meeting and dinner reservations info
The Roundtable meets at the St. Andrew Bay Yacht Club, . A dinner buffet begins at 6:00 p.m. and costs $15.00 per person, including tax, tip and non-alcoholic beverage. Reservations are necessary so that the Yacht Club staff can plan for adequate food and seating.
To make your dinner reservations, please contact Melissa Thompson at 527-7384 or Melissa@efileamerica.com. A short business meeting will begin at 6:45 p.m., and the program will begin at 7:00 p.m. Bring a guest and your opinion!
If you'd like to renew your Roundtable membership or become a new member, please make your check payable to BCRR and mail it to the club's treasurer: Melissa Thompson, P.O. Box 15044, Panama City, FL 32406. Or you may simply turn in your dues at the November 9 meeting. All new and renewed memberships after September 1 are applied to 2011. Thank you for your support!
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Panhandle Federated Republican Women
The Panhandle Federated Republican Women will meet on Wednesday, November 10, at the Golden Corral on 23rd Street in Panama City. A lunch buffet begins at 11:00 a.m. and costs $10.00 per person. The meeting begins at 12 noon.
The program for this meeting is the club's annual auction to raise funds for its many community service projects, including thousands of dictionaries it has donated every year since 2002 to Bay County's third graders.
Members and guests are invited to bring home-baked goods, as well as new and used items (in good condition) from home, for the auction. Auctioneer Betty Malin will be wearing her Minnie Pearl hat (with price tag) and pressing for those high bids.
For more information, contact President Lorraine Odom at or firstname.lastname@example.org or.
Bay County Republican Executive Committee
The Bay County Republican Executive Committee (BCREC) will not meet in November. Its officer election meeting will be held on Monday, December 6, at 6 p.m. in the School Board meeting room at 1311 Balboa Ave.
The BCREC's Christmas party is scheduled for Friday, December 10, at the Edgewater Beach Resort. More details coming soon. Mark your calendar and plan to celebrate the General Election victories with friends and fellow Republicans!
For more information, contact BCREC Chairman John Salak at or john.salak@L-3Com.com.
Many thanks to Republican volunteers!!!
You did it! You helped the reclaim the U.S. House of Representatives, narrow the gap in the , and make huge gains in governors' seats and state legislatures across the country. You ROCK!
A special thank-you goes to Bay County Republican Party Headquarters Manager Glen Leirer, who kept HQ staffed and hope alive during the Primary and General Election campaigns this year. Once again, Glen is talking about retiring. (See you at the planning meeting to unseat Florida Senator Bill Nelson, Glen.)