Saturday, August 1, 2009


Aug. 20 Speaker Brian Papstein — Fairness Doctrine
Aug. 29 Meet Candidates - El Macero Country Club 4 p.m.
Sept. 10-13 NFRW Biennial Convention - Orlando, Florida
Sept. 17 Steve Baric — Insuring Fair Elections
Oct. 15 Speaker Patricia Welch — Campaigns
Oct. 16-18 Biennial Convention, Marriott - Ontario, California
Nov. 14-15 Division Fall Convention, Hilton - Concord, California
Nov. 19 Bake Sale Schedule

Humboldt Republican Women Federated welcomes Brian Papstein

August 20, 2009
Elks Lodge - Eureka

“Fairness Doctrine” aims to shut out Conservatives on Radio
Brian Papstein is owner of Eureka Broadcasting, a group of 6 radio stations. He has worked in radio for 30+ years ranging from announcer, sales, and talk showas in “Talk Shop” from 1983 to present day. He is a member of Idea Bank. Brian is a 3rd generation radio-caster and his grandfather wrote jingles including the famous Winston jingle. He was born in Eureka, CA and attended EHS, HSU and Doane College. He is married to Angie and they have two sons, Winston and
Stephen. Currently he is Chairman of the Board for St. Bernard’s Catholic School. Brian has served as President of Eureka Rotary, a member of: Eureka Babe Ruth, Humboldt County Convention & Visitors Bureau Board Exec. Com., the Humboldt County Budget Task Force, the Humboldt County Parks & Recreation Commission, and North Coast Big Brothers/Big Sisters Board.Brian’s concern for the community is evident from his involvement. Now his very business is under attack! Please attend this informative event!

Buffet Lunch & Speaker ~ $14.50 ~ Beverage & Speaker ~ $4.00
Please RSVP to Colleen Hedrick at 268-0101
***Lunch reservations needed and to be honored.
Cancellation notice is a necessity.


President’s Message - August 2009

We have more different directions these days than a hot air balloon caught in a Kansas cyclone. We are asking everyone to save coupons they receive and to ask family and neighbors to save them as well. Chris Wennerholm will send them to overseas bases where they will help military families stretch their budgets. The base exchanges will accept coupons that are up to three months old. It’s a freebie for us but valuable to the families. Please make it a habit to save coupons..

Please bring in toiletries and kitchen items for our second stint at lending a hand to help American Business Women Associated support their women’s shelter. Barbara Hecathorn is
chairing this community project. For the September meeting, we will be collecting clothing for a SoroptimistSponsored battered women’s shelter. There is particular interest in clothing that would be useful to women who are job-hunting. Almost any closet is housing clothing and accessories items that will give a lift to people who surely deserve our help.

Committee meetings are in progress for the production of a cookbook by our club. A form for recipes is included in this newsletter. The book will have greater community appeal if it includes recipes from your family, friends, and neighbors.

Saturday, August 29 at 4 p.m. is the time for a Meet the Candidates event in Napa at the El Macero Country Club…

Don’t Miss Our August Speaker — The Liberals want to SHUT UP RUSH, HANNITY, AND ALL CONSERVATIVES ON TALK RADIO — Let’s find out how to stop them. BY COLLEEN HEDRICK