Those elected to full two-year terms include Liz Pike as president, Liz Cline as second vice president and Nicole Wubben as treasurer
At its final meeting of the year, Clark County Republican Women (CCRW), elected new officers for 2020. Those elected to full two-year terms include Liz Pike as President, Liz Cline as Second Vice President and Nicole Wubben as Treasurer. The incoming board members join Karen Bowerman as First Vice President and Anna Miller as Secretary on the CCRW Executive Board.
“I’m honored to lead Clark County Republican Women,” said Liz Pike. “2020 will be a critical year for our organization as we gear up to re-elect President Trump. CCRW will also host a Campaign School in the Spring to help local candidates win at the ballot box. As we fulfill our mission to promote Republican women to elective office, we will continue to be a unifying force for all Republicans in 2020,” added Liz Pike.
CCRW also presented a Faith Award to Connie Jo Freeman, honoring her for the spiritual guidance and inspiration provided to members. Sharon Boyle was presented with a Loyalty Award for her steadfast support and financial contributions to grow membership and increase attendance at bimonthly dinner meetings. Outgoing Treasurer Marj Austen received an Appreciation Award for her faithful service to the Executive Board and membership. Lastly, CCRW presented a Campaign Champion Award to newly elected Camas City Council Member Shannon Roberts.
CCRW celebrated its 70th Anniversary in 2019 and is currently one of the largest Republican Women’s organizations in Washington State. Republican men are also encouraged to join CCRW as Association Members. Become a member today and be part of Unity in 2020 at ClarkCountyRepublicanWomen.org.