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UPCOMING EVENTS:


SCOTT COUNTY REPUBLICAN WOMEN MEETINGS:

Luncheon meetings are held from 11:30AM – 1PM on the 2nd Monday of the month at:

Tanglewood Hills Pavilion

4250 Middle Rd, Bettendorf, IA 52722.

Lunch is $15

2022 Lunch Program Dates:

  • January 10th – Program Featuring Scott County Board Of Supervisors
  • February 14th – Program Featuring Janelle Westrom, Davenport Guns
  • March 14th – Program Featuring Luana Stoltenberg and others, Right to Life
  • April 11th – Program Featuring IA Secretary of Agriculture, Mike Naig
  • May 9th – Program TBD 
  • June 13th – Program TBD 
  • July 11th – Program TBD 
  • August 8th – Program TBD
  • September 12th – Program TBD
  • October 10th – Program TBD 
  • November 14th – Program TBD 
  • December Holiday Luncheon at the Outing Club, Davenport. Date: TBD

 

REPUBLICAN WOMEN @NIGHT

Held every month at:

Tanglewood Hills Pavilion

4250 Middle Rd, Bettendorf, IA 52722

Dates/Times will differ depending on the speaker’s schedule.

Appetizers and Cash Bar

Cost will be $10 unless otherwise noted. 

 

2022 @Night Program Dates:

Thursday, March 10, 2022 we will be welcoming Governor Kim Reynolds to Scott County Republican Women. Tickets must be pre-purchased (email us at info@scottrw.org for the link).

Walk in registration will NOT be allowed. 

Our April event will be a fun social event at Davenport Guns on April 20th. Details to come!

 

 

 

 


Look for more Upcoming Events for Scott County Republicans on their website at: http://scottcountyrepublicans.org/

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