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by Lynn on November 12, 2015

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You are cordially invited to the 2015 KCRWC HOLIDAY CELEBRATION AND MEETING.  Please join us on Monday evening, November 23rd at the Oriental Wok on Buttermilk Pike beginning with a cash bar at 6:30 P.M. and dinner following at 7:00P.M.  The cost for the dinner buffet is $26.00.

We will also have a short business meeting, and immediately following the close of floor nominations, our election and swearing-in of new officers will take place. 

Boone County Republican Women’s Club will join us.

Gabby Sewell and Laurel Adams will be providing us will their beautiful music.

Gabrielle Sewell, 14, has played the violin since the age of 4.  She currently is Principle Chair for the awarding winning Northern Kentucky Sinfonia and has played in a number summer chamber groups at The Northern Kentucky School of Music. 

Gabby was recently accepted into the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and is a student of Gyuhyun Han.  She also plays with The Starling Chamber Orchestra, which is celebrating its 25th year of bringing together top players to perform in Cincinnati and around the world.

Gabby is the daughter of Jeff and Beth Sewell.  She lives in Covington, Kentucky and she and her brother are home educated. 

Laurel Adams, 22, has played the harp since the age of 8.  She enjoys playing professionally for joyous occasions such as weddings and celebrations.  She and Gabby have enjoyed playing together for several years and are now regulars for weddings at their church and at other venues such as The Florence Tea Room. 

Laurel co-operates a family owned business with her mom and is also a student at Gateway College for graphic design.  She also was home educated and graduated in 2013.


PLEASE R.S.V.P. via e-mail to: or

Call Katie @ 859-391-7483.

Reservations must be made NO LATER THAN NOON on Wednesday, Nov. 18th.

Our Holiday appeal this year is for Richard St. Onge.  He is stationed in Afghanistan.  We will be collecting the following items:

Mingua beef jerky-various flavors; Crystal Light powder –individual packets; packaged cookies-Oreos, Chips Ahoy, etc; packaged crackers; gum; chips;

Skyline Chili cans with spaghetti (3 way can); Canned meats (Deviled Ham, Spam); magazines; CDs;

Various DVDs (newly released or your favorite);

Puzzle books (Sudoku, crossword puzzles, word search);

Letters; IDEA: Family photos holding a “We Support You” sign (home, travel, etc); Decorations (anything to make a living quarters more like home) and Holiday Decorations; USA Proud Products

 It takes approximately 2 weeks to arrive. UPS in Crescent Springs packages for free when you tell them it’s going to the troops-Family Policy.  Anything else you can think of would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.



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