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Maumee Republican Club Elects Officers

Club elects Officers at Second Saturday event
MAUMEE — April 9, 2011 — Today the members of the Maumee Republican Club (MRC) elected their officers that will represent and lead the organization for the next year. Brad Reynolds was elected Sergeant at Arms, Dan Hazard was elected Treasurer, Julie Goodall-Carire was elected Secretary, Lynn Olman was elected Vice Chairman and David Kissinger was elected
Chairman.

“It is vitally important for our community to focus on what needs to be done to position ourselves for growth and prosperity in the years to come. Maumee is full of people who care about their community and want to give back. The Maumee Republican Club is no exception and this team is honored to have been elected to lead this organization going forward. Our goal is to bring people together and talk about the direction of our community and what each of us can
do to make it better,” said Chairman Kissinger, who is a registered nurse and has lived in Maumee with his wife and children for over 8 years. “What we have been hearing from folks is that they continue to be dissatisfied with the status quo and they want things in Maumee to improve. The Maumee Republican Club wants to be a part of this positive change and support the community and the economic development necessary to attract more business and provide
our citizens with a good quality of life here in Maumee.”

Next Second Saturday Agenda Set Maumee City Councilman Tim Pauken will speak at the next Second Saturday meeting
of the Club on May 14th at 9:00 am. The event will be held at Timbers Bowling Lanes, 1246 Conant Street, Maumee. The agenda will also include a discussion regarding the club

involvement at the Maumee Summer Fair as well as other business. “I’m excited about the upcoming Second Saturday event and about hearing from Tim Pauken,” said Julie Goodall-
Carire, Secretary of the MRC. “It has been a challenging time here in Maumee and across the country and this is exactly the kind of thing that is needed to move our community forward.”

Purpose and Objective of the club 

The prime purpose and objective of the Maumee Republican Club is to promote Republican Party ideas and to provide aid and assistance primarily to Republican candidates for local public office. Its secondary mission is to encourage people to become involved in Republican activities and to help groom them for leadership roles in local, county, state and national governance. For more information about the club or the Second Saturday events please contact Julie Goodall-
Carire.
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For more information on the Maumee Republican Club:
http://www.maumeerepublicanclub.org