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In a new television commercial airing throughout the Presidents Day weekend, the Knights of Columbus pointed out the unique relationship between God and many of America’s past commanders in chief. Scroll down to see the entire commercial.

The 60-second spot has run in previous years; however, Supreme Knight Carl Anderson explained why his organization believes the message this ad contains is still relevant.

“The idea that our rights come from God and that religion has a role to play in our nation’s public life is not partisan or sectarian,” he said, “it is quintessentially American. Presidents Day is an excellent opportunity to remind Americans that God is — and has always been — foundational to this country and to our system of ordered liberty.”

Read more at http://www.westernjournalism.com/new-knights-columbus-ad-highlights-important-role-god-within-white-house/#1RWelJliyT6thLJv.99

If we are going to be serious about fighting for freedom and stopping the big government agenda of the left, we need to get trained. Americans for Prosperity Foundation’s Grassroots Leadership Academy is a state-of-the-art training program for citizen activists who want to make a difference at the federal, state, and local level. Grassroots Leadership Academy courses will give you the real, practical skills necessary to recruit volunteers, speak to the media, organize events and communities, and lead a grassroots issue campaign.

We are starting our very first Grassroots Leadership Academy class on Thursday, February 26th from 6:00-8:00pm in our Fort Collins office. Sessions will continue every other Thursday for a total of six sessions over a twelve week period.

For more information, see this video from the Grassroots Leadership Academy.

If you are interested in attending this class, please respond to this email by the end of the day tomorrow and we can get you signed up.

If you are interested in a future session, please let me know and I will keep you in the loop on future offerings. Continue reading

Dear Reagan Club fan,

I just wanted to update you on our upcoming monthly speakers so you can mark them on your calendar and join us.

First, our March meeting has been moved back one week to Thursday, March 12th.  Our speakers will be discussing the success of the 2014 November election and the resulting turmoil caused by the Adams County Clerk & Recorder.  Discussing the Who, What, Why, Where, and When will be a panel featuring former AdCo Republican Chair Gary Mikes, election watchdog Marilyn Marks, and Canvass Board members Bev Berg, John Sampson, and Phil Ellsworth.

Second, our April 2nd meeting will feature newly-elected Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman who will update us on what her office is doing to defend Colorado.

Third, it’s really easy to become a member of The Reagan Club.  Our yearly dues are only $30 per year (couples are $55).  All you have to do is fill out the attached form and mail it back to us with a check, or you can go online to our website to use a credit/debit card to pay.  Here’s the link to the membership page: http://www.reaganclubco.com/membership-dues/

If you have any questions, contact our President, Mike Stoffler (970-222-7502), me, or any Board member.  Don’t wait to join as we have a whole slate of events planned for 2015 .  You don’t want to miss out!

 

Dana West

Reagan Club Vice-President of Communications

RVSP@ReaganClubCO.com

303-351-1268

2015 RCoC Membership Form

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RWR background logoThank you for your support but all tickets for the February 5th meeting are SOLD OUT!  Hope to see you next month for our next meeting on Thursday, March 5th.

First, I want to thank you for your support of The Reagan Club. It was a great election result in 2014, and so many of you helped to make winning margins happen. The Reagan Club is committed to the empowering and engagement of the “grassroots” . . . and that means equipping ourselves with good information and good responses to the “misleading, slanted and half-truths” of our progressive pals.

At our last meeting Gary Mikes and Susan Ellsworth gave us a starting point for making us better for the coming elections in 2015 and 2016. I had hoped to bring a panel presentation this month – on the “insider’s view” of what happened in Adams County and what we need to do to win in the next election.

That’s not happening this month – the court case is still pending – meaning that many issues could not be openly and freely shared at this point . . . so I’ve moved the panel back to April – given the pace of the legal process.

However – this month’s program will be timely and important given the issues and tactics being used to “reform” our Energy Policies and thus the costs and regulations impacting our daily lives.

RCoC crude-all-year-long“Energy Update: What You Need to Know.” Is the focus for February 5, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. at EchoPark Auto (500 E. 104th Avenue, Northglenn).

Be sure to go on line and reserve your spot. Chef Dan is whipping up another savory supper for the event, and the new Board will be asking for your input on issues that they have identified as important for the coming year.

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Presenters are:

Chris McGowne – Industry expert on the how, what and why things are done with our Oil and Gas sector. Many of you have asked when Chris would return – after his very strong presentation last year at the Ramada Inn for our September meeting.

Darrell Proctor – of Ponderosa Advisors. Mr. Proctor is a Senior Market Analyst with a story to tell about why oil prices have dropped, what that means for Adams County and Colorado and an insider’s story of what is happening internationally, and how the USA will maintain market success going forward.

You will come away knowing “What happened?” “Why it happened?” and “What the Future May Hold?” regarding our state and national oil & gas markets.

The Doors Open at 6:00 p.m. and Reservations for the Dinner Meeting should be made ASAP to reserve your seat at www.ReaganClubCo.com/meetings

Dinner begins at 6:05 p.m. and the Program starts at 6:35 p.m. – ending at 8:25 p.m..

Joins us for a night with conservative “soulmates” and of interesting information and insight . . . right here in beautiful Adams County.

Please see the list of our NEW BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 2015.

And don’t forget to re-new your membership for this year – which starts with this monthly meeting and runs through the end of January in 2016.

See you at ECHOPARK AUTO – February 5, 2015 at 6:00 p.m..

Thank You.

2015 BOARD OF DIRECTORS: (January 20, 2015 – February 1, 2016)

President: Michael Stoffler
VP Membership and Fundraising: Carol Beckler
VP Program and Events: Bev Berg
VP Communication/Networking Dana West
Treasurer Ralph Moore
Secretary Steve Kelly
Director Fred Ramirez
Director Robyn Cafasso
Director Gil Farin
Director Rich Monroe
Director Jim Dixon
Director Gary Mikes
Director Jack Knight
Director Josh Bastian
Director (Open Seat)
Past-President: Art Foss

The Reagan Club of Adams County
Check out our website at: www.ReaganClubCo.com

PURPOSE: To promote the core principles of conservative
Republicans and to support candidates with the same values

MISSION: To support and promote candidates who believe in the Constitution, smaller government, lower taxes, and personal freedom and to make available venues for fund raising events and candidate promotions

Our meeting is from 6:00pm-8:30pm
Tickets are $20 for members, $25 for non-members

Please RSVP to: RSVP@ReaganClubCo.com.
You can purchase your meeting ticket(s) online at our web site (www.ReaganClubCo.com/meetings) or at the door.

Remember your annual dues for 2015

Please check our web site: www.ReaganClubCo.com for more details or call 970-222-7502

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