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Shelby County Republican Women Fifth Anniversary Celebration October 8

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Saturday, October 8, 2016, the Republican Women of Shelby County (RWSC) will hold their fifth Anniversary Celebration from 8am to10am at the Indian Springs Town Hall Pavilion at 2635 Cahaba Valley Road in Birmingham, AL 35124.

Frances Taylor, President of the Alabama Federation of Republican Women, will be the Speaker.

Special guests will include charter and past board members.

The RWSC will present their Scholarship money to Jim Zeanah, in memory of his wife, Elois Zeanah, who was the longtime President of the Alabama Federation of Republican Women.

There will also be a Silent Auction.

There is limited seating available, so please RSVP as soon as possible.

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Cost is $20. Mail your $20 check (made out to RWSC) to Mallory Jackson at P.O. Box 531176, Birmingham, AL 35253. The deadline to RSVP is October 4. The Republican Women of Shelby County are urging their members and friends to come, “Be a part of this milestone celebration!”

The President of the Republican Women of Shelby County is Dawn Ray. The Vice President is Melody Warbington.

Brandon Moseley is a former reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter.

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