Americanism Committee 2017

Remember to thank a Vet, for our freedom.

God Bless America and our Men and Women who have served.


“Our Flag”: Each Little Golden Book “Our Flag” costs $3.99 and we are looking to purchase and distribute as many of these as we can to promote the American spirit in young children.  Please include your cash donations in our basket at the meeting and let me know if you can help placing these books in pediatric offices or other appropriate locations.  


The Constitution:  We have approximately 300 pocket books of The Constitution of the United States that will be distributed to classrooms for teachers to use as a resource.  We can purchase and distribute more of these with your cash donation.


Education:  We will join the NFRW Mamie Eisenhower Library Project to purchase books from their list and donate these to local schools and institutions to promote literacy at all age levels. Cash donations are welcome.   


We welcome all involvement, donations, and input from all members of the club in Americanism projects.  


May Americanism Activities

The following books have been donated to:

1. Piner High School-Presidential Courage by Michael Bschloss, Treason by Ann Coulter, The Liberty Amendments by Mark R. Levin, Civilian Warriors by Erik Prince, and Things that Matter by Charles        Krauthammer. 

2. Healdsburg High School-John Adams by David    McCullough, Duty by Robert M. Gates, The Hydrogen Economy by Jeremy Rifkin, Does American Democracy Still Work by Alan Wolfe. 

Remembering our Fallen Veterans: Plan to attend one of the events on Memorial Day:

1. 10 AM Tributes are in SANTA ROSA-SR Memorial Park,

2. ROHNERT PARK-RP Community Center,

3. HEALDSBURG- Oak Mound Cemetery,

4. 11AM Tribute is in  PETALUMA-Cypress Hill Memorial Park.

5. 12 Noon tribute is in WINDSOR-Shiloh District Cemetery.

¨ Thanks for the wonderful contribution for the Fisher House collected at the April Meeting,

¨ Donations of items for Purple Heart/ Vet Connect are always great to find in the basket provided for at our meetings.






National Federated Republican Women

with donations from local clubs annually support the following projects:



National Pathfinder Scholarship


The National Federation of Republican Women established the National Pathfinder Scholarship Fund in 1985 in honor of First Lady Nancy Reagan. The three annual scholarships of $2,500 provide financial assistance and support to women seeking undergraduate or graduate degrees.


Undergraduate sophomores, juniors and seniors, as well as students enrolled in a master's degree program, are eligible to apply for the scholarship. Recent high school graduates and undergraduate freshmen are not eligible. Scholarship winners may not reapply.

Deadline: Applications due to State Federation Presidents by JUNE 1.



Betty Rendel Scholarship


The National Federation of Republican Women established the Betty Rendel Scholarship Fund in September 1995 in honor of NFRW Past President Betty Rendel’s extraordinary leadership skills and dedication to the Republican Party in her home state of Indiana, as well as at the national level.


The three annual scholarships of $1,000 are awarded to female undergraduates who are majoring in political science, government or economics and have successfully completed at least two years of college coursework. The recipients are chosen from applicants from across the nation. Scholarship winners may not reapply.

Deadline: Applications due to State Federation Presidents by JUNE 1.


Dorothy Andrews Kabis Memorial Internship


The Dorothy Andrews Kabis Memorial Internship honors the former president of the NFRW (1963-67) who later was appointed U.S. treasurer by President Richard Nixon. The internship gives female undergraduates the opportunity to spend part of the summer working at national headquarters in Alexandria, Va. It includes a small monetary allowance, roundtrip airfare to and from Washington, D.C., and housing in the D.C. metropolitan area.

Applicants must be at least a junior in college or a college student 21 years of age or older. They should have a general knowledge of government, a keen interest in politics, campaign experience, and sufficient clerical office skills that are adaptable to a busy office. Internship recipients may not reapply.

Deadline: Applications due to State Federation Presidents by FEBRUARY 20.


Marion Martin Building Fund


Listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings, NFRW is located at 124 N. Alfred Street in Old Town Alexandria. The building was purchased with donations given by state federations, local clubs, and Republican women and men from across the United States.


The property consists of a reception area, eight offices, a conference room, a copy room, four bathrooms, a kitchen, a storage basement and a parking driveway.

Contributions help maintain and preserve the Federation's historic national headquarters.






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