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Boulder Republican Women
P.O. Box 21475
Boulder, Colorado 80308-4475


Red Wagon

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Fall is fundraising time at BRW, and we have a new and fun idea this year. We are expanding the 50/50 game to extend through the last four months of the year. The Board of BRW has assembled a RED WAGON full of your favorite items. This is the “half” that can be won by an entrant. The other half (the cash we collect) goes to 2020 candidates. Here’s a partial list of items so far (we keep adding more):

Radio flyer wagon ($150)

Tickets to BCR Lincoln Dinner ($150)

Beautiful silver elephant necklace ($50)

Red Dooney and Bourke handbag ($90)

Book: How to Raise an America Patriot, signed by author and BRW Member, Marijo Tinlin (priceless)

2 Betsy Ross Flag T-shirts ($50)

2 Bottles Wine

Pink Trump Hat ($30)

Bear-hugging booze

Patriotic Serving Platter

The cost of the 50/50 tickets is $5/each or five for $20. There is no limit to the number of tickets you can buy.

You can pay online, and Beverlee White will submit entries on your behalf. And each month, you can load up on more.

Drawing will take place at the Christmas lunch, but you do not need to be present to win!


BRW Next Luncheon

Tuesday October 15, 2019
The Boulder Cork
3295 30th Street Boulder

Patrick Neville

SPEAKER: The Hon. Patrick Neville Colorado House District 45 Representative & Minority Leader

Patrick Neville, the Colraod House of Representatives Minority Leader, will be the October 15th BRW luncheon speaker and will be addressing Proposition CC* which is on the November ballot - and related political issues.

Leader Neville is from the 45th District which includes much of Douglas County.  He was first elected to the State House in 2014 with 69% of the vote and elected to the leadership position in November 2016. 

Stating his core beliefs, he says: "I am a principled conservative with a passion for protecting life, liberty and the Constitution. The size and scope of the government must be decreased. School choice is a civil right. I am 100% pro-life with no exceptions."

Leader Neville has a BA in economics from the University of Colorado, Denver and graduated from Columbine High School in 2001. He served in the army, ending his military career as a captain. He married his high school sweetheart, Kristi, and is the father of three daughters.

* Proposition CC: A YES vote supports the measure to allow the state to retain revenue above the state spending cap to provide funding for transportation and education. (Repeals TABOR)

NO vote opposes the measure to allow the state to retain certain revenue for transportation and education, thus requiring the state to continue issuing refunds under the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights (TABOR) when the state collects revenue in excess of the state's annual revenue limit. (Retains TABOR)

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Boulder County Republican Breakfast

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at 7:00 am.

We meet at the IHOP 2040 Ken Pratt Blvd, Longmont, CO 80501.

$15.00 to enter the room, networking, breakfast and speaker

Yvonne Paez

Yvonne Páez

Immigration From The Inside


Yvonne Páez is an ex-pat, veteran and law enforcement officer turned translator and interpreter. Raised in central México, Yvonne spent her formative years (grades K-12) immersed in Mexican life and culture.

relocating to the United States, she attended Colorado State University where she received her bachelor’s degree and military commission, and was recognized as a Distinguished Military Graduate. Her positions in the US Army include Military Police Platoon Leader, Special Response Team

Commander (SWAT Commander), Installation Detention Facility Commander (jail warden) at Fort Knox, and was subsequently placed in charge of Security for JACADS, the World’s First Chemical Weapons Destruction Facility at Johnston Atoll in the Pacific.

After her military 
service, Yvonne provided 15 more years of law enforcement service to our community, and is currently a freelance translator and interpreter, and the owner of Páez Translations and Language Services in Fort Collins, Colorado.


Please RSVP to Bradley Beck or call 303-775-7473




Heidi Ganahl
Heidi Ganahl
October 17th
11:15 am to 1:30 pm - Lunch Meeting

"Illegal Immigration and Sanctuary Policy: A Deadly Combination"

Heidi Ganahl dealt with adversity early in her life when she lost her husband in a plane crash, but her entrepreneurial spirit helped her pick herself up and found Camp Bow Wow, a $100 million leader in the pet and franchise industry. For this effort, she has received many accolades including Fortune Magazine’s Top 10 Most Promising Entrepreneurs, and the 2016 Colorado Brave Leader Award. 

After selling Camp Bow Wow a few years ago, Heidi dedicated herself to “giving back.” She was elected in a state-wide race to the Board of Regents of the University of Colorado and is on several other boards focusing on entrepreneurship and education. She also founded the Fight Back Foundation to support social entrepreneurs that want to tackle the most pressing societal issues confronting kids today, and just launched her new lifestyle brand for millennial and Gen Z women, the SheFactor.
Heidi is married to one of the top BBQ cooks in the country and has four children ranging in age from 7 to 23.

Michael Fields

MEET: Michael Fields 

Michael Fields is the Executive Director of Colorado Rising Action. He was previously the State Director of Americans for Prosperity - Colorado. He brings years of nonprofit, educational, and legislative experience.

He has served as a policy aide at the Colorado State House and also as a press aide for the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions. He taught both elementary and middle school at a charter school in Aurora – later serving as the governing board president of that school.

Michael graduated from Valparaiso University and earned his J.D. from University of Colorado – Boulder. He and his wife, Mele, and their three children live in Parker.

Event not to miss!
THURSDAY, October 17th
11:15AM - 1:30 PM (LUNCH MEETING)

We order whatever we want off the menu and pay the server directly. A basket is passed for donations to help offset LRW expenses. Please make sure you arrive on time to give the server time to take orders and serve our meals before the meeting begins. Once speaker starts, no meals will be served or places cleared. Speaker will begin approximately 12 PM for the lunch meeting, and approximately 7 PM for the dinner event. Thank you!

PLEASE make sure you register for this event NO LATER THAN OCTOBER 15TH


W.I.N. Talks
W.I.N. Talks
1st and 3rdMondays
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
BCR HQ 619 Ken Pratt Blvd, Longmont

W.I.N. is an organization with the mission of "...educating and equipping women and men with knowledge of God's truth about issues that impact our faith, family and freedoms..."