Women, Coffee, & Conversation

"A Good Read"

 7 Week Study with Friends

Join us for a 7 week book study, pick up a copy of, "Waking the Sleeping Giant" and read along independently or B. select one of our three groups and join in on some great discussions once a week for 7 weeks.

Women, Coffee & Conversation
Hosted by Judy Flatt
Monday, October 2nd, 10:00-11:30
204 High Lea Road, Brentwood, TN 37027

If you would like more information or would like to be in one of these groups please contact: Hannah Tiblier, Membership Chairman, hannahtiblier@bellsouth.net

Republican Women of Williamson County Monthly Luncheon

Join the Republican Women of Williamson County for our monthly luncheon featuring guest speaker, Gubernatorial Candidate, Bill Lee 

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When?

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee & Mingle

11:00 - 1:00 Lunch Program 

Where?

Old Natchez Country Club

115 Gardengate Dr., Franklin, TN  37069

$23 members, $25 for non-member

RSVP: http://rwwilco.org/rsvp

Summer BBQ

Our annual summer BBQ is co-hosted by the Davidson County Republican Party, the Republican Women of Williamson County, the Williamson County Young Republicans, the Williamson County Republican Career Women, and the Tennessee College Republican Committee.

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Constitution Refresher

The Constitution Refresher is a seminar that has been created to give you a fresh insight into The Constitution of the United States of America that you cannot get anywhere else.

The Constitution has unified our nation for over 200 years, it has been our roadmap for governance and a tool to hold our elected representatives accountable. In this course you will learn the overall structure, content and meaning of the constitution and the implications for elections and current events.

Do you need a refresher course? Do you remember how and why the Constitution was written? Why don’t we have a king? Could you explain how the Electoral College works and why it’s fair? What does the Constitution say about prayer, schools, taxes, immigration and welfare?