Curry women’s club
The Curry County Federated Republican Women’s club celebrated the Christmas season on Dec. 7 with a membership tea at the home of President Carolyn Shipley.
Members brought hors d’oerves and desserts to share. Eighteen members and guests attended.
Senatorial candidate David Pfeffer from Sante Fe was the special guest and Cleta Shipley joined as a new member. Anna Skaggs prepared a special presentation for Rep. Anna Crook remembering Crook’s college days.
In January, CCFRW hosted a senatorial primary forum at the Clovis-Carver Public Library. All five Republican candidates attended.
State Sen. Tom Benevides, Steve Gavi, David Pfeffer, Dr. Allen McCulloch and State Sen. Joe Carraro responded to questions submitted by the candidates and the audience.
Also in attendance was Maj. Jim Bibb, candidate for attorney general.
The organization will have a booth at the Curry County Fair in August to register voters and campaign for our candidates.
The next CCFRW meeting is at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at Holiday Inn coffee shop.
During the month of January, the Pilot Club of Clovis met twice at the Cancun Mexican restaurant.
At the regular business meeting on Jan. 9, President-elect Carlere McLain announced that Winnie Tumblin from Pilot International Headquarters would be visiting the Clovis’ club on Jan. 30.
Request for scholarship funding must be submitted to Carlene as soon as possible. Interested persons must be in the “health related” study field. Donations were sent to the PI Pacesetters and the ‘250’ club.
Sylvia Compton gave the invocation at the Jan. 30 meeting.
President-Elect Carlene McLain welcomed the guests: Winnie Tumblin from PI Headquarters, Rhona Espinoza from the Pilot Club of Belen and District Secretary and Sylva Compton’s daughter, Carol from Colorado.
ECR Winnie spoke to the club on finding new members, brain minders and the district convention coming up in April at Farmington.
The next business meeting will be at 11:30 a.m. Monday at Cancun Mexican Restaurant.