Anderson County Republican women to meet Oct. 28

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Anderson County Republican Women will hold a lunch meeting at Noon on Monday, October 28 at Logan’s Steak House, 3402 Clemson Blvd., Anderson.

Due to a very positive response, the club is now meeting at lunchtime on a regular basis. Attendees may want to come by 11:30 am to make selections from a special lunch menu. The meal is Dutch Treat.

Speakers for the meeting are Donna Gottschall from Greenville and LaDonna Ryggs from Spartanburg.

Gottschall has recently been elected as President of the State organization of SC, The South Carolina Federation of Republican Women. She has been President of one of the Greenville Republican Women’s clubs, Upstate Republican Women, for two terms. She served as Event Planner for Legislative Day and served on the Finance Committee and Public Relations Committee for SC Federation of Republican Women. She also served on the Committee for National Armed Services and the Program Committee for the National Federation of Republican Women. She was endorsed by Congressman William Timmons, SC Senator Ross Turner and SC State Representatives Garry Smith, Jason Elliott and Bobby Cox for her current position as State President of SC Federation of Republican Women.

LaDonna Ryggs has served in National and Statewide capacities as well as President of Palmetto Republican Women in Spartanburg for two terms and twice as Chairman of the Spartanburg County Republican Party. She has also served as President of the SC Federation of Republican Women. She has served as a Board member of the National Federation of Republican Women serving as Chairman of the Public Relations Committee and Member-at-Large. Also she was the Chairman for the Presidential Campaign of Senator Ted Cruz for North and South Carolina.

The meeting is casual, and the public is invited. It is not necessary to be a member in order to attend meetings. Men are also invited and can be Associate Members.

“Come out for a nice meal and hear these ladies speak about their experiences and their conservative values,” President Ruby Gerisch said.

For more information call Gerisch at 864-847-7221.