Debate-Viewing Party on September 26, 8:30 pm
Join in sociably with the Montclair Republican Club for a Debate-Viewing Party on Monday, September 26, 2016, 8:30 pm. Town Pub of Bloomfield (378 Broad Street at Pitt Street) will again be the location for the first presidential debate of the season. Order what you’d like off the menu…space limited. RSVP by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Club Hosts Navy Intelligence Analyst Steve Rogers: Tuesday, October 4, 7 pm
Reserve Your Dinner Meeting Ticket Now: Nutley Town Commissioner, Navy veteran and Trump campaign advisor Steve Rogers will address the Montclair Republican Club on Tuesday, October 4, 7 pm. We’ll return to Greek Taverna (292 Bloomfield Avenue, Montclair) for yet another terrific gathering ($35/pp). Purchase your ticket using Paypal by clicking HERE or send your RSVP to email@example.com to arrange payment.
Both events are great opportunities to introduce a friend, neighbor or your family’s young adults to the Montclair Republican Club. See you on the 26th and on the 4th.
It Will Be a Night To Remember: August 6, 8 pm: Come Watch the Republican Presidential Candidate Debate
Most Americans of a certain age — and especially, Montclairians — remember very well where they were 46 years ago tonight — July 20, 1969. The first moon landing in history — that of the U.S. space program’s Apollo 11 craft with our hometown hero Buzz Aldrin aboard — was a testament to America’s ‘Right Stuff.’
Locally, many still breathe with the inspiration of the 1969 moon landing and Buzz Aldrin. But, Montclair and friends…do we have ignition?
The control of the American Experiment is to be placed in a new chief executive’s hands in sixteen months, but its power lies with you. Come out to Montclair Republican Club’s sociable and friendly Debate-Watching Party on August 6, featuring Republican Party candidates, in order to start gathering information, discerning distinctions, and making your best decision on November 8, 2016: Town Pub of Bloomfield, 8 pm, a la carte menu. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. It will be a night to remember: let’s get fired up about our republic.
Bring your family’s young adults to this awesome lesson in American and comparative history. Sign up now: unlike Aldrin’s, and perhaps Washington’s perspectives, space for this event is limited ;).
…and since the preservation of the sacred fire of liberty, and the destiny of the Republican model of Government, are justly considered as deeply, perhaps as finally staked, on the experiment entrusted to the hands of the American people.
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PS: Are you an independent, libertarian, conservative, patriot or, perhaps, a member of another party questioning your identity/affiliation? Ours is a big, friendly tent; please join in for a pleasant evening and new acquaintances.
Join in as Montclair Republicans celebrate U.S. President Abraham Lincoln’s birthday on Thursday, February 12, 7 pm at Nauna’s Bella Casa in Montclair. Learn more & purchase tickets using Paypal by clicking here, or email email@example.com for more information and to reserve your seats. Guest speakers Derrell Bradford, Sam Cole and Damion Frye will address topics in education as part of a panel moderated by club president John Van Wagner.
While many Republican clubs celebrate the esteemed President Lincoln as the first Republican president, Montclair Republicans can also take note that our town’s first African-American mayor, Rev. Matthew G. Carter, and first female mayor, Mary Mochary, Esq., were part of Montclair’s Republican community.
The Montclair Republican Club, independent of state and national organizations, favors limited government, personal liberty, and economic opportunity. Belief in individuals’ ability to rise and thrive, as Lincoln, Carter and Mochary did, and as we expect our children to be able to do, is a hallmark of Montclair Republican style. See you on the 12th at 7 pm. RSVP.
Pictured above, left to right: Lincoln, Carter, Mochary, Frye, Cole, Bradford. Damion Frye photo credit: Suzanne DeChillo/The New York Times.