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TFRW Woman of Distinction – June 2019

TFRW Woman of Distinction – June 2019

Pam Little has recently been elected to a position on the Texas State School Board, representing District 12. Little attended Texas A&M and earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston. Little’s professional experience includes serving on the Fairview Town Council and working as an educational publishing executive, a community college Instructor, and a business owner. Little has served with Samaritan Inn, Republican Women of Greater North Texas, the Allen-Fairview chamber, Plano Rotary, First United Methodist Finance, the Texas Federation...
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President’s Message – April 2019

President’s Message – April 2019

It’s April 2019 and that can only mean two things. The Texas Federation of Republican Women shows up at the Capitol in RED to say hello to our Senators and Representatives, and it is tax time. April can be a time for reflection, a reflection on just how poorly the government spends our hard-earned cash. Income, property, sales, and those little annoying fees that are really taxes in disguise. It all adds up and just like Cardi B, I want...
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TFRW Woman of Distinction – May 2019

TFRW Woman of Distinction – May 2019

Congresswoman Kay Granger’s Official Biography from the U.S. Congress: a Kay Granger, aRepresentative from Texas; born in Greenville, Hunt County, Tex., January 18, 1943; graduated from Eastern Hills High School, Fort Worth, Tex.; B.S. Texas Wesleyan University, Fort Worth, Tex., 1965; teacher; business owner; member of the Fort Worth, Tex., zoning commission, 1981-1989; member of the Fort Worth, Tex., city council, 1989-1991; mayor of Fort Worth, Tex., 1991-1995; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Fifth and to the eleven...
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President’s Message – March 2019

President’s Message – March 2019

Do you ever wake up and wonder why you are a Republican and not a Democrat? Nope, me either especially the last couple of weeks as the narrative from the left has become so incredibly bizarre. Let’s start with “Meatless Mondays.” My school menu always included a meatless option; grilled cheese, pasta, fish on Friday; meatless Monday is not a new concept, but the narrative is very new and very disturbing. New York City Mayor De Blasio has been quoted...
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TFRW Woman of Distinction – March 2019

TFRW Woman of Distinction – March 2019

Shelley Rayburn of Fort Worth works with Rayburn Realty. She is a member of the American Counseling Association and the American Association of Christian Counseling, a former volunteer with Woman to Woman Pregnancy Resource Center, and former member of the School Board of Aubrey Independent School District. Rayburn received a Bachelor of Science in human service and counseling from Metropolitan State College of Denver and a Master of Arts in human service: marriage and family counseling from Liberty University. Shelley is...
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President’s Message – February 2019

President’s Message – February 2019

Celebrating my mother-in-law’s 80th birthday in Antigua, Guatemala, was a perfectly natural choice for our family. The Newton story began in Guatemala City where my in-laws met at the Engel Apartments while both were launching their careers; she a biology teacher and he a Coca-Cola executive. Not unlike my mother-in-law, Central America holds a very special place in my heart, and I cherish the days spent wandering the colonial streets, eating freshly made tortillas, or simply watching the locals live...
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