By Judy McCarty
Our June 13 luncheon meeting of the Navajo Canyon Republican Women, Federated (NCRWF) will feature Wendy Patrick, Deputy District Attorney, whose current assignment in the Special Operations Division is handling such sensitive issues as threat assessment; cutting-edge investigation and the use of social media; the methodology of sexual predators; and stalkers and how to increase public awareness and protect the community.
NCRWF members believe it’s important to educate ourselves on the dark side of the human condition even under the sunny skies of San Diego. By being able to recognize the red flags, we can help protect our families and our community.
The meeting will take place at The Brigantine restaurant in La Mesa. Check-in time for the 11 a.m. meeting is 10:30 a.m. A full-course lunch will be served at noon with Ms. Patrick’s talk following at 12:30 pm. Cost is $25 and reservations are required. RSVP (with “luncheon RSVP” in the subject line) to NCRWF99@gmail.com or call Marjie at 619-990-2791.
Our May meeting drew a packed crowd eager to hear how we can join Carl DeMaio’s effort to repeal the new Democrat gas tax and car tax and save our fellow Californians hundreds of dollars.
We were delighted to welcome a surprise guest, Rep. Duncan Hunter, and hear a candid report on the partisan fighting in Washington, D.C.
July and August are “dark” for meetings at The Brigantine, so we will take a break from politics and enjoy registering voters at the Del Mar Fair and the Santee Street Fair and other civic activities. We will start back up September 12 at The Brigantine with Brett Winterble, a KFMB 760 radio personality.
For more information on all our activities, visit us at navajocanyonrwf.org and also like us on Facebook.
—Judy McCarty is publicity chair for the Navajo Canyon Republican Women, Federated and a former San Diego City Council member. Reach her a email@example.com.