2015 PA Leadership Conference

Calling all Republican women to Pennsylvania’s premiere conservative event of the year.  PA Leadership Conference brings the best speakers, issues and advocacy information and campaign training to you very year.  Don’t forget to register early for the April 17 and 18 event at the Penn Harris Radisson, Camp Hill.

Vigilance Required as Schools Implement Common Core

A Pennsylvania mother attended her child’s Back to School Night this month. The parents were told that there will be a new grading system because of Common Core, and that there was nothing that they could do about it because the state had spoken.

In fact, nothing could be farther from the truth. There is a great deal that parents can do about it.  Read more from Peg Luksik at Founded on Truth.

19th Amendment

We have grown up with the right to vote and 0ne of our goals as Republican Women is to educate women so they are informed voters.  Today we should remember that wonderful opportunity came to women only 94 years ago on August 26, 1920.

“The right of citizens of the U.S. to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.”

Prepare to use this vote on November 4th!


PFRW Passes Paycheck Protection Resolution

SUNACRW is extremely pleased that the full delegation at the PFRW biennial convention and board meeting unanimously passed the Paycheck Protection resolution we submitted.  Thank you, ladies!  Your hard work and reasoned stand on principles is paying off as we encourage other women to be bold for republican principles.


(Harrisburg, PA) Saturday, the PA Federation of Republican Women, which is made of local councils across Pennsylvania took a bold stand and unanimously passed a resolution supporting the passage of Paycheck Protection legislation in Pennsylvania and ending the draconian practice of having Pennsylvania’s workers act as collectors and campaign bundlers for public sector unions.  Read more here.

The Importance of Our Scrapbooks

PFRW Councils use scrapbooking as a  method to document their activities each year.  Over time the photos and mementos give a clear picture of a council’s commitment to good government, community and republican values.

PFRW sponsors a scrapbook contest at its bi-annual conference which will be held in Pittsburg in two weeks, but more importantly browsing the scrapbooks gives us an opportunity to share our year with other councils and get new ideas from them.

Last evening SUNACRW finished documenting our year.  Now we have a renewed excitement of the plans and purposes for the upcoming months and years.  Won’t you join us as a new member?  We’d love to have you!

Click here for membership form.


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