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July General HYBRID Meeting
BAKERSFIELD REPUBLICAN WOMEN, FEDERATED
Invites you to attend our July General HYBRID Meeting.
Join us July 14, 2020 at Noon in person or on Zoom!
Physical Meeting Details
Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 12:00 pm
Stockdale Country Club
Seating will be limited to 6 people per table – NO EXCEPTIONS
There can only be a maximum of 100 people in attendance at this meeting. If you plan to attend the meeting in person at Stockdale Country Club on July 14th, please call (661) 477-7004 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by July 9th.
Zoom Webinar Details
Instructions for how to join us on Zoom:
*Go to zoom.us/join on your computer or phone to watch or call (669)900-6833 to listen.
(Everyone except the speakers and host will be muted and off camera during the entire meeting)
*Enter Meeting ID: 834-1613-6826
*Enter Password: brwfzooms
Please submit questions for the speaker before the meeting by email to email@example.com
July Speaker Bio
Join us as we hear from our speaker,
David Couch, Kern County Supervisor
David Couch has served as the Kern County Supervisor (4th District) since 2013 and will be the July speaker. He was elected again in March 2020. Prior to that he was a Bakersfield City Councilman for 11 years. In the private sector, David worked in financial services in which he lent his voice and expertise on a local morning radio show. He also worked in the energy industry. Supervisor Couch’s 4th District includes the communities of Lost Hills, Delano, McFarland, Wasco, Shafter, Buttonwillow, McKittrick, Derby Acres, parts of Southwest Bakersfield, Lamont and Arvin. During his time as supervisor David has worked to support public safety, improve air quality, promote healthier lifestyles through wellness programs, and encouraged business development and job growth. He and his team are always available and willing to tackle any problem or circumstance that arises in Kern County’s 4th District. David Couch has served Bakersfield and Kern County for 25 years. He loves his job and is passionate about making certain the communities and people he represents are well cared for.
These meetings are designed to educate and inform people in our community that have an interest in conservative politics.
PLEASE MAKE A NOTE: The BRWF Board voted to adopt a procedure for reservations at our monthly meetings beginning January 2012. As with most other functions throughout the community, the price for those who arrive “at the door” without reservations will be charged $5 in addition to the regular price; this will apply to members and guests. The intent is to encourage everyone to make reservations. Reservations must be cancelled the Monday before the General Meeting by 10am; otherwise, we will be sending invoices for reservation “no shows” as we must pay for these reserved meals. We appreciate the cooperation of everyone in adhering to this policy. IN ADDITION: If you have special dietary needs, please leave a message of your needs when making your reservation and we will do our best through Stockdale Country Club to meet your needs.