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2024
OCWRC ANNUAL KICK-OFF MEETING PHOTO GALLERY

The Ontario County Women's Republican Club annual meeting commenced with a renewed spirit of patriotism and unity as members gathered to mark the beginning of a new year. The meeting served as a platform to reaffirm our dedication to the principles of the Republican Party and to strengthen bonds within our community of like-minded individuals.

The meeting concluded with a sense of optimism and determination for the year ahead. Members expressed their eagerness to work together towards common goals, uphold Republican values, and make meaningful contributions to their communities and country.

Overall, the Annual OCWRC Kick-Off meeting served as an inspiring reminder of the importance of patriotism, commitment, and service in shaping a brighter future for all. Members departed with a renewed sense of purpose and camaraderie, ready to embark on the year ahead with enthusiasm and dedication.

Coffee and Conversation Photo Gallery
March 16th, 2024

The Ontario County Women’s Republican Club held its first “Coffee and Conversation” on March 16, 2024. This was a follow-up to the  Membership and Kick-Off Meeting in February. What a great turnout with an energizing discussion!

Please continue to check our Future Events tab for updates on future meetings.

OCWRC Sponsored
1st Annual Spring Brunch 

 The Ontario County Women’s Republican Club hosted its inaugural Annual Spring Brunch on April 6th, 2024, graciously hosted by Chairwoman Trisha Turner at her beautiful home in Victor, New York. The event radiated warmth and inspiration, leaving attendees enriched and uplifted. As we reflect on the memorable moments shared, we invite you to stay informed about our upcoming events and meetings by checking our Future Events tab.

Cookie-n-Exchange & Stocking Stuffing for Veterans 2023

The Ontario County Women’s Republican Club is grateful to have helped our veteran families this holiday season with the support of its volunteers and Zeldin Cares. The club filled over 350 Christmas stockings with warmth and gratitude for the service of our veterans, their children, and the veterans who are shut-ins.  In support of the VA Program, Operation: Making Spirits Bright, the club also provided multiple gift cards, toys, personal care items, and household goods.