The El Paso County GOP has many activities planned for community participation and education. Here are some of the activites posted and sent by information e-mail to members of the community.
COME KICK OFF THE SUMMER WITH A REPUBLICAN BEACH PARTY AND CHILI COOK-OFF
This is a family fun-raiser on May 30th from noon to 4pm at the El Paso County Fairgrounds in Calhan. Dance to the sounds of Kahuna Beach Party. Their entertainment includes a mix of music, comedy and audience participation. A fun time for the whole family! Meet candidates and vote in a straw poll for U.S. Senate and Governor for $1 a vote. Come enjoy the fun, the hamburgers, hot dogs and chili – all for the low price of $20 per person, $6 for kids under 12, and $50 maximum per family. Get your tickets online at www.gopelpaso.com/beachparty or by calling or visiting our new Headquarters, 719-578-0022. Don’t miss the fun. Invite your friends and get your tickets now!
VOTER VAULT AND VOTER REGISTRATION TRAINING (NOTE DATE AND TIME CHANGE)
June 3rd, 5:30pm to 8:30pm at Republican Headquarters (205 Sutton Lane, Colorado Springs, 80907). You’ve heard about voter vault for years – now here’s your chance to see how it works and how to use it effectively in your precinct, division or district. Please RSVP to ensure your space at this important training. Space is limited so call headquarters 719-578-0022 or email us at email@example.com
The UCCS College Republicans would like to send 4 members of their club to the College Republican National Convention in Washington, D.C. next month for training and networking. They are trying to raise money. If you can help, contact the club chairman, Joshua Manweiler at firstname.lastname@example.org
IS BEING A CANDIDATE IN YOUR FUTURE?
If you have ever thought about running for office – school board, city council, county supervisor, on up – please contact our Vice Chairman, Darryl Glenn at email@example.com or call the Headquarters at 719-578-0022. Both the El Paso County Republican Party and the State Republican Party are holding candidate and campaign trainings and we want you to have the opportunity to attend. Let us know so we can keep you informed. Even if you are just possibly thinking of running for an office, please let us know.
The El Paso County Republican Party is partnering with the Business and Education Talent Readiness Project (www.betrproject.org) to help solve a problem reported in the U.S. Dept of Education’s 2006 Spellings Report which found unacceptable numbers of college graduates enter the workforce without the skills employers say they need. BETR forges an alliance between educators, businesses, school districts, post-secondary institutions, local government agencies, Chambers of Commerce and Economic Development Departments, students and families, and workforce centers to address this problem. The objective is to bring educators and students into actual places of business. Executives and managers demonstrate to educators the skills necessary to successfully compete in a global economy. Teachers and educators then take this new knowledge back to improve the curriculum to address these gaps. The EPCRP is providing the opportunity for its members to participate in the BETR Project by inviting businesses to bring educators to their business to demonstrate the skills needed and not being found in graduates. Additionally, business leaders may participate as speakers to students in the classroom. Teachers and educators can sign up to visit businesses. Teachers and Businesses interested in learning how they can participate should contact BOB SHIRILLA OF THE EPC GOP at 719-390-8992 or firstname.lastname@example.org