We have another great lineup of speakers.

Thursday, April 25, 2024 | 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM

Chapel Hill Country Club, 103 Lancaster Dr, Chapel Hill, NC 27517

Doors and Buffet open at 11:30 AM. Speakers start at 12:00 PM. Deadline for RSVP or *Cancellation is Monday, April 22, 5:00 PM

*CANCELLATIONS REQUIRED no later than 5:00 PM, Monday, April 22, 2024. *FAILURE to CANCEL your Reservation by Monday will result in your being billed. 



The holiday was inspired by a chain of events that occurred in 2014, when a police officer was involved in a crossfire situation in Missouri. After a series of protests and violent events, Concerns Of Police Survivors (COPS) was motivated to change the negative portrayal of police officers and other law enforcement professionals. The organization, consisting of surviving family members of officers who have died in the line of duty, was driven to support a more positive image of law enforcement, with a focus on reminding the community of the sacrifices officers make every day. The day also serves to raise awareness of the difficult decisions made by officers every day in the best interest of citizens and the law.

We encourage you to take a few minutes out of your day today and appreciate you local law enforcement agency. Whether it’s a police department, sheriff’s office, constable’s office or other entity, those men and women who leave their families behind each day to go out and protect and serve your community deserve your thanks. No, it’s not the day to buy every police officer you see at the local convenience store a donut (although some might appreciate that). It’s the day for you to extend your hand, thank them for serving the community, and give them a smile they might not normally see.

Read the full article at


Complete a Membership Application and pay your 2024 dues using the safe and secure Anedot link below. 

Our online form will capture all your membership application information. 

Membership 2024 — Republican Women of Chapel Hill Chatham ( 

If you pay dues at our monthly luncheon meeting or mail your check, the Full Membership fee is $40 and the Associate Member fee is $25.

When you pay online using the above link, a service fee is included. The Full Membership, with a service fee, is $42 and the Associate Membership, with a service fee, is $26.20.

The National Federation of Republican Women requires that each Member be a registered Republican Woman. The Associate Membership is for Republican Women who are already members of another Federated Republican Women's Club AND for Republican gentlemen.


Bath Towels, Washcloths, Hand Towels, Bath Rugs, Shower Curtains, sets of Curtain Hooks.

Sheets,Pillows, Pillow Cases, Blankets, Bedspread/Comforter

(We will help you unload your car or arrange pick up if you cannot bring them to the meeting.)

Contact Chris O’Brien, [email protected] 

Announcing the 4th Congressional District Convention in Chapel Hill, NC

Join us for the 2023 4th Congressional District Convention focusing on the re-orienting of delegates within the new 4th district. The convention will be held on Monday, November 27th (7:00 pm) at the beautiful Sunrise Church in Chapel Hill, NC.

At this year's convention, you can expect:

  • Engaging presentations from statewide candidates across North Carolina
  • Elections for CD4 Officers, including Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, and At-Large Executive Committee members
  • Networking opportunities with like-minded individuals passionate about making a difference in our community
  • An insight into the political landscape of North Carolina and its future

Registration & Participation Details

Visit to secure your slot at the convention.

Please note: In order to participate in the district convention, you must have been elected as a delegate to your county's convention held earlier this year.

Venue Information

The conference will take place at:

Sunrise Church
1315 New Hope Trace
Chapel Hill, NC 27516


Immanuel Jarvis, NC 4th Congressional & Durham Co. GOP Chairman




Our Grassroots "Four from the Floor" 


Their Resolution Defining Republican Woman as a "Natural Born Female"

and Their Resolution Protecting "Natural Born Female" Women Sports


National Federation of Republican Woman Biennial Convention Elections


Julie Harris,  President NFRW!                                       

Martha Jenkins, Vice President NFRW!     

Karen Newton, 2nd VP NFRW!

Heidi Parker MartinSecretary NFRW


Thank you, Four From the Floor, for putting yourselves Out There and Fighting for "Natural Born" Women and Girls!


 The Republican Women of Chapel Hill Chatham Support

"The Four From the Floor" Slate of Officers and Resolutions


The Republican Women of Chapel Hill and Chatham County (RWCHC) appreciate the opportunity to be here today and to participate in the future direction of this great organization. As such, we would like to endorse the “Four from the Floor” slate of officers.

Our organization supports this group of officers because they have the character, experience, and qualifications to guide the mission of the National Federation of Republican Women. In addition, the “Four from the Floor” candidates have expressed their intention to sustain the NFRW as an organization for the “Natural Born Female.”  

The question on the floor today is ‘what is the definition of a woman?’ Currently, the courts have not clarified a definition of a biological woman. However, in Anita Noelle Green V. Miss United States of America (2022) the court allowed for the “Natural Born Female” eligibility requirement because accepting a choice of gender could fundamentally alter the message of the activity. The Constitution does not protect individuals by gender, but it does safeguard a woman’s right against sexual discrimination.

Note that the criterion of membership for a “Natural Born Woman” does not violate the NFRW Bylaws. Therefore, we want to maintain the National Federation of Women’s Organization as one whose standing policy has been to extend membership of “individual Republican women” who are a “Natural Born Woman.” This policy will maintain the sexual integrity of the organization and its message.

Our organization, the RWCHC, has voted for this membership eligibility requirement. The RWCHC endorses the “Four from the Floor” slate of officers and their resolution* to lead our national organization into the future.


*A Resolution Affirming Both its “Natural Born Female” Membership Eligibility Requirement for Women Members and Its Long-standing “Natural Born Male” Eligibility Requirement for Male Members.

Submitted by the Republican Women Chapel Hill Chatham (RWCHC)     

Donna Ludwig Stewart, Delegate




Events and Meetings

Club events are posted on Facebook and on the Events page of our website!

Our monthly meetings are every fourth THURSDAY of the month at 11:30 AM.

Meeting Location:

Chapel Hill County Club
103 Lancaster Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27517






Previous Events

Republican Women of Chapel Hill Chatham January 2023 Luncheon


Republican Women of Chapel Hill Chatham December 2022 Luncheon


Here are some comments from the RWCHC December meeting featuring Rev. Stephen Crotts as William Bradford:

"Thanks so much for joining us for the RWCHC special Holiday luncheon! It was great to see you all!" - TT

"What a lovely gathering with your club, members, and guests. I enjoyed the presentation, and really learned how thankful we should be for our America." - ZB

"Enjoyed your speaker choice and the special holiday touches." - DS

"Fabulous fun meeting..." - JR

Guest Speakers, Trey Allen and Meredith Pruitt at RWCCH October 2022 Luncheon!


Letter to the Editor - from Chatham County GOP Chair Terry Schmidt

Citizen or Subject?
Joe Biden has declared that any business with over 100 employees must require Covid vaccinations of its employees, or submit those not vaccinated to weekly Covid tests. Nothing in the US Constitution gives a President that authority over its citizens. His tyrannical order is blatantly unconstitutional and will be overturned in court. 
What makes this worse is the list of those exempt from this vaccination mandate, including Congress and congressional staffers, and Federal Judges and their staff. Guess which union gave $1.2 million dollars in donations to Democrats in 2020? The US Post Office Letter Carriers union, which also seems exempt from the vaccination mandate.
Who else is exempt from this vaccination mandate? Anyone entering illegally into our country.
A few days ago Vice President Harris said “When people are able to make choices without government interference for themselves — in terms of their well-being and the well-being of their family, in consultation with whomever they may choose — we are a stronger society”. Harris and Biden obviously did not coordinate their sound bites.
A free nation has citizens, which includes our elected officials, who believe in and follow their oath to support the Constitution. Forcing adults to inject vaccines is unconstitutional and immoral; that action turns citizens into subjects. 
Terry Schmidt