It may be the proverbial dog days of summer, but we have been keeping busy in PCRWC. There are lots of things to do to prepare for the State and National conventions this September in Phoenix. We will have six delegates plus me for the State, with two alternates, and all will stay for the National, even though I have the only vote from our Club. I am proud to say our years of hard work and generous members have allowed us to offset some of the steep registration fees so that more members can attend.
Our next meeting will be informational regarding the upcoming Pima County bond election. Please attend and learn all you can to be an informed voter. These elections have far reaching consequences for all of us and future generations. In August, we are hoping to hear from Congresswoman McSally while she is home for the summer recess.
We are unable to meet at the Old Pueblo Grille for luncheons, but we are hoping to find one with similar accessibility to downtown and menu styles. We are busy planning the rest of the year’s meetings and always welcome suggestions on speakers and venues. Stay cool and safe this summer and enjoy our bit of rainy season.
Tiana Smith, President