President’s Message
by Michelle Martin

Can you believe May is almost here? It’s time to honor our winners of the “My American Hero” essay contest. We have 35 winners who will join us at our May 1st meeting. It’s always a great day showcasing young talent. The WISD and MISD scholarship winners will also be honored at this meeting. Don’t miss the fun. Let’s energize these young patriots and show them what the LCARW is all about.  

I’d like to thank Dr. Wally Wilkerson and Chief Justice Steve McKeithen for the wonderful information at our April meeting. Who knew Judges have so much power?? Please do your research when voting for our justices.

Mark your calendars! If you live in Senate District 4, the special election will be May 10th. Early voting is open April 28th through May 6th. For the May 27th run off Primary, early voting is May 19th through May 23rd. If you did not vote in the March 4th Primary, you can still vote in the run off. The deadline to register to vote in the run off is April 28th. Please support your Republican candidates.

There were 8 bags of litter collected on Highway 105 thanks to 9 wonderful volunteers. We participated in the TxDOT Trash Off on Saturday April 5th. We will plan another pick up date later in the year. I hope you can join us. Who knew wearing safety vests could be so fun?

Remember we will not meet in June and July. Our guest speaker on August 1st will be Debbie Fancher. She will be discussing the parallels with the US and Venezuelan government, pertaining to socialism, and what we are heading for.

See you May 1st!

Reservations are Required for Lunch
If you make a reservation and do not attend you will be billed for it. 
We need to pay April Sound for the lunches we order. Please cancel if not attending.
*New Lunch Reservation Policy

If you make a reservation and do not attend, you will be billed for
it, as we have to pay April Sound for lunches ordered.  Please cancel, if not attending.

LCARW General Meeting 

11:30 a.m. - Social
12:00 noon - Meeting/Program
April Sound Country Club
Waterside Room

Guest Speaker -
Barbara Adamick

Installation of 2014 LCARW Officers -
Dr. Wally Wilkerson

Reservations required for lunch* at

*Reservations are required for lunch at  The cost for lunch is $15.00, and can be paid through your club account or by check made payable to April Sound Country Club.  Deadline for lunch reservations is November 19.

Lake Conroe Area Republican Women   /  2014

Questions about LCARW? 
Contact Michelle Martin, President at or 

Political Advertising Paid for by LCARW PAC
Carol Miller, Treasurer
P. O. Box 737
Momtgomery, Texas 77356

Upcoming Events:

Welcome Republican Women

Be an Angel and Buy A Book
at the
Lake Conroe Area Republican Women
Book Fair on September 4th
in cooperation 
with Barnes & Nobles to
benefit Montgomery & Willis ISD Campus Libraries

Featured Speaker:  Tom Abrahams

October 2
General Meeting - 11:30 AM
ASCC - Waterside Room
Reservations Required for Lunch

October 6
 Last Day to Register to Vote in 
General Election

October 9
Celebration for Dr. Wally
Wilkerson's 50 years as County Chairman 
Lone Star Convention Center -
Conroe, Texas
Detail as
LCARW General Meeting

Thursday, September 4, 2014
11:30 Social       Noon - Lunch and  Program

April Sound Country Club -   Lakeside Room
(Must have reservation for lunch - $16.00)
rsvp: by Sept. 2nd
Make checks payable to April Sound Country Club
September 4
General Meeting - 11:30 AM
Literacy Program
ASCC - Waterside Room
Reservations Required for Lunch

September 7
Greg Abbott Fundraiser - 5-8 PM
Westland Bunker -  Montgomery

More Info:

​September 18
LCARW Board Meeting - 11:30 AM
April Sound Country Club
Waterside Room

You will also be entertained with a presentation by Tom Abrahams, author of the political thrillers, Sedition and Allegiance.  A Texas television reporter and anchor, Abrahams has spent more than twenty years covering local, national, and international news.

Interviewing Presidents, cabinet members and leaders in Congress, Abrahams has reported live from the White House, Capitol Hill and the United Nations.  Abrahams has covered 5 national political conventions.  He has flown with presidential candidates, gone backstage at rallies, and 
broken stories about them on television and online.  He was at the pentagon while smoke still rose in the hours after 9/11 and was in the room when Secretary Colin Powell made his case to the U.N. Security Council for the war against Iraq.

A proud graduate of the University of Florida in Gainesville, Abrahams lives in The Woodlands with his wife, Courtney, and their two children.