I’d like to convey how sad I feel about the passing of Reagan Club board member Gil Farin.

Gil was a friend, a fellow New Yorker, and a warrior in the battle against Political Correctness. Gil was always a source of inspiration to me, and a great help to a novice political operative.

Gil and I used to share stories about New York City and all the good eating places, especially one called Katz’. We used to love to talk about how good the Corned Beef was there. We always talked about taking a secret trip to New York and going to Katz’. I guess I’ll have to wait for that trip as Gil has gone ahead. I will miss him at the club meetings-I will miss him at our board meetings.

We are entrusted with a great responsibility in watching out for our country, and Gil was a true sentinel of that duty. Those of us who remain behind will continue watching out for our country and, Rest well my friend, we have the watch.

God bless your family. With all our love and affection,

Fred Ramirez
Board President, Reagan Club of Colorado



There will be a memorial service for Gil on Friday February 24th, 10:30 am at St Marks Catholic Church, 3141 W. 96th Ave in Westminster with a reception to follow in the church hall.

In lieu of flowers, his family encourages you to take a loved one out to lunch.  Listen to them, look them in the eye and tell them you love them.  Raise a glass and share a memory of Gil.  His kindness, his friendship and his optimism.  He led a life well lived.

Feel free to share information about his memorial service with any of your friends or associates who may want to attend.  They may not have received this email.



I am an honored member of The Reagan Club of Colorado. We all endorse Trump for President. I won a fundraiser raffle we had in the summer and got air fare, hotel and rental car to Los Angeles and to the Reagan Library! 🙂
Please visit our website and join us today!

Jerry Eller

I am an honored member of The Reagan Club of Colorado. We all endorse Trump for President. I won a fundraiser raffle we had in the summer and got air fare, hotel and rental car to Los Angeles and to the Reagan Library! 🙂
Please visit our website and join us today!

Jerry Eller


Killing Reagan explores the events surrounding the assassination attempt on president Ronald Reagan by John Hinckley Jr. Based on the best-selling book, the film begins in the final months leading up to the 1980 presidential election, and explores the challenges Reagan faced to define himself as a leader. Meanwhile, an aimless and deranged Hinckley is unraveling, leading to the fateful day in March 1981 when these disparate figures collided.
Watch it on the National Geographic channel, Monday, November 7th at 9pm ET

I am your flag

Date:  July 23, 2016
10:15 p.m..

From     The President of The Reagan Club
To           Members of The Reagan Club of Colorado

With the conclusion of our National Convention, I wanted to send you my intention to resign as President of The Reagan Club of Colorado effective August 1, 2016.


Because of family commitments I will be relocating to the Omaha, Nebraska area in early August.  The Board of Directors has been aware of this for over a month – and have worked together to make the transition smooth.


Recently, the Board unanimously selected Fred Ramirez to lead the club until our next election in January  of 2017.   Fred brings so many good qualities as a leader, citizen and conservative.


His experience with Promise Keepers, law enforcement, community relations and as a father and grand father . . . has made him an unselfish, positive and productive member of his community, our party and The Reagan Club of Colorado.  He has been an invaluable member of the Reagan Club Board of Directors and to the county party.


Please take a minute to talk with Fred and thank him for taking on the additional duties and offer your support during what is going to be a great and challenging election.


I regret not being here with you in the coming weeks and missing out on the satisfaction of making Adams County a great county with responsible, honest, effective leadership by the new Republicans after they win in November.


My final day as President will be on August 1st , with Fred addressing all of you at our August 11th  “Rendezvous with BBQ” at the Adams County Fairgrounds. (Tickets are $10.00 if purchased online and will be available on July 26th at www.reaganclubco.com – tickets will be $15.00 at the door.)


I have enjoyed my time land I’m grateful for the great work of the Board.  The past 3 years have gone by quickly – and I have watched with great satisfaction as so many of you have contributed so much to our candidates and our party.  The memories I have will be with me for a very long time.


Fred has asked that should you wish to talk with him about any issue – that you are invited to call him at (720) 635-1714.



Michael J. Stoffler

Shawn Mitchell & Mike Stoffler

How well do you know the country?

A very interesting test on how well you know your country.

The test was designed by Bill O’Reilly and there are no trick questions.

You should get at least 15 to pass .

See how well you do.

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The base of the Ronald Reagan statue, situated within the National Capitol Rotunda within the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C., has pieces of the Berlin Wall incorporated into the cornice of the base to memorialize Reagan’s role in the destruction of the wall.

Reagan statue National Capitol Rotunda

The Reagan Club meets on the second Thursday of every month at CB & Potts, 1257 W 120th Avenue, Westminster, CO, 80234 from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. with doors open at 6:00 p.m. Enter via CB & Potts main entrance and head to the back meeting room. Food and beverages are available from CB & Potts. We feature different programs and speakers as we honor the 40th President. The Reagan Club of Colorado seeks to promote the Constitution, smaller government, lower taxes, personal freedom, helping candidates, and educating the public about one of our greatest presidents, Ronald Wilson Reagan.

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