Big Bear Valley Republican  Assembly

  

  It is Big Bear Valley Republican Assembly’s mission to be an active Republican voice in our community.  

 

January 20th the BBVRA monthly meeting will be  upstairs at Nottingham's in Big Bear Lake.  Guests are welcome to join the members and learn about the Big Bear Valley Republican Assembly’s importance and take an active position in our community.

Club President Heather Obernolte will introduce the program of the evening. It will be a planning- workshop strategy session. Members will have an opportunity to present ideas and procedures by which the local chapter may most effectively convey the positive ideals and goals of the Republican Party. Also, the BBVRA must develop a clearly understandable, consistent message which will define our base principles and assist any Republican candidate in defining themselves. The strategic planning will encompass on topics for guest speakers, community outreach for schools, scholarships and various duties that will support the club.  

The strategic planning will encompass on topics for guest speakers, community outreach for schools, scholarships and various duties that will support the club. Also, the BBVRA must develop a clearly understandable, consistent message which will define our base principles and assist any Republican candidate in defining themselves.  

The BBVRA was chartered early in 2014 and has a membership of supportive residents in the community. The 2015 general business meetings have been re-scheduled for the third Tuesday of each month and will meet at Nottingham's Tavern throughout the year.

Membership information is available at each meeting. Your support as a resident of the Valley and your vote in local, state and national elections is urgent to maintain an outstanding City, and obtain a better county, State and Nation.

Members and guests are asked to arrive at 5:30 P.M., to order dinner before the business meeting beginning at 6:00 P.M. 

NOTTINGHAM’S TAVERN address is: 40797 Big Bear Boulevard in Big Bear Lake.   

 


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