Mary C. Lewis, 82, of New Cumberland, passed away Monday, February 2, 2015 in her residence Mary C. Lewis, 82, of New Cumberland, passed away Monday, February 2, 2015 in her residence surrounded by her loving family.
She was a retired Register of Wills for Cumberland County, PA. Mary was the Cumberland County Republican Chair for eight years (1992 – 2000), and very active in Republican politics statewide including, President, New Cumberland Council of Republican Women, President of the Federation of Councils of Republican Women of Cumberland County, Chair of the New Cumberland Republican Committee Persons and PA Council of Republican Women where she served as President from 2002 to 2004.
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Loretta M. Sprenkle was a founding member of SUN Area Council of Republican Women. She passed away suddenly in early 2012 leaving a legacy of love of God, Family and Country. Loretta was committed to educating youth on the importance of Americanism.
2015 Topic: “The American Patriot I Most Admire.”
Rules: Students, grades 7-12, who attend public, private, parochial or home schools may submit one essay each.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MYSTERY DINNER TO BENFIT SPRENKLE ESSAY CONTEST AND SCHOLARSHIP
SUN Area Council of Republican Women will host a mystery dinner themed, “A Night at the Ranch” on October 4 at 5:30 p.m. at Hummel’s United Methodist Church, Middleburg to benefit the Loretta M. Sprenkle Memorial Essay Contest and Scholarship. Loretta M. Sprenkle was a founding member of SUN Area Council of Republican Women. She passed away suddenly in early 2012 leaving a legacy of love of God, family and country. Loretta was committed to educating youth on the importance of Americanism.
Loretta Sprenkle was known around the area for her annual creative mystery dinners. The fun begins as diners order a custom four-course dinner from a disguised menu and have each course served to them. Finally the full menu will be served as a buffet dinner.
Reservations must be made to 570-374–0876 prior to September 20, 2014. Regrettably, no walk-ins can be accommodated. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. More information may be found at sunacrw.com.
By now most everyone has heard of the Ice Bucket Challenge raising funds for the ALS Association. Americans are a generous lot and they have gravitated to this fun effort. However in the midst of the excitement a cruel fact has been uncovered; one which crosses ethical lines and jerks us from entertainment back to reality. ALSA uses embryonic stem cells in its research efforts.
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As an ongoing caring for America project, the PA Federation of Republican Women are collecting canceled postage stamps and aluminum tabs. These items are used to benefit those in need. Donations will be accepted at PFRW Convention or any board meeting. Thanks!
In keeping with President Meryl Hatton’s theme, “Our Children, Our Future,” the Pennsylvania Federation of Republican Women will be collecting school supplies for students in need. If you would like to make a donation and are not attending PFRW convention, please make arrangements with someone who is attending. Thanks in advance for your generosity