Republican women to hear from candidates and about smart growth and national politics on Monday

By CLAUDIA WERINGA

Intermountain Republican Women Federated will hold its meeting on Monday, April 28, at Ramona Valley Grill at 5:45 p.m.

Speakers include:

•Ken Gosselin, is a candidate for San Diego County Superior Court Judge in June 2014. For nearly seven years, he has been a volunteer Judge “Pro Tem” in thousands of criminal and civil cases assigned by the San Diego County Superior Court. He received his legal education from the University of La Verne College of Law and he is a Harvard Law School trained mediator.

•Terri Wyatt, a candidate for San Diego County District Attorney. She was a career prosecutor for nearly 27 years with the San Diego County District Attorney’s office before she retired in September to run for district attorney.

•Mary Baker, who will talk about smart growth, a 21st century plan for America’s cities, suburbs, exurbs and rural communities. Its principles evolved from the United Nations’ idea that the 21st century global community is threatened by the inequalities between and within nations, poverty, deteriorating ecosystems and runaway global warming. President Obama’s Partnership for Sustainable Communities lists the 10 Smart Growth Principles.

•Michael Harrison, deputy chief of staff at Rep. Duncan Hunter office, will provide the latest information of what is happening in Washington.

Intermountain Republican Women Federated’s 2014 scholarship winners are Nicholas Massa, a senior at Julian High School, and Sarah Linthicum, also a senior at Julian High School. Both have been invited to the May meeting where they will receive their awards and tell us their plans for college.

Intermountain RWF welcomes members, spouses and guests from Ramona, Julian, Santa Ysabel and surrounding areas.

For more information, contact Nancy Frazee at 760-788-6342 or nfrazee34@cox.net.

   
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