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Jan. 4th next TCRCC Meeting 7:PM

at the Tillamook PUD Building Carl Rawe meeting room (just inside the rear door) located at 1115 Pacific Avenue (Hwy 101 North)

Tillamook Conservatives:
 
 
     The next meeting of the Tillamook County Republican Central Committee will be Thursday, January 4th, at the Tillamook PUD Building Carl Rawe meeting room (just inside the rear door) located at 1115 Pacific Avenue (Hwy 101 North) in Tillamook.  The business meeting will start at 7PM.  Light refreshments will be provided by the Chair.
 
     I hope everyone had a blessed Christmas. 
 
     As we start the new year it is time to reflect on our successes & our failures.  Our goal this upcoming year is to up our PCP membership.  We currently have 17 elected or appointed PCPs with the opportunity of 60+ positions.  By the end of 2018 I’d like to see 25 PCPs in our ranks; a little less than a 50% increase.  We need new perspectives to win elections in the upcoming year and we need new folks to help us win. 
 
     In any volunteer organization it’s usually 10%-15% of the membership that does all of the work.  It is easy to get “burned out” after a couple of years if you are one of those 10%-15%.  This organization has been around since the mid-‘80’s.  We are just starting to win Conservative elections and we need to keep up the momentum.  We need more PCPs.  It doesn’t cost anything & you can be either appointed or elected.  Let’s work on it this year.
 
     This meeting we will continue to discuss the VIBE ORP database application & what changes the TCRCC page has undergone.
 
     We will also discuss the last raffle success.  There is no scheduled speaker as of this writing.
 
     I’ve purchased a new recording & answering phone system that identifies as the Tillamook County Republican Central Committee, Thomas Donohue Chairman.  As you know, that number is (503) 965-9970.  Feel free to contact me & leave a message.  Give that number to prospective PCPs.   
 
     Before the 1st, please give consideration that a $50 or $100 donation can still be used as a tax write-off on your Oregon taxes.  We need the money for operating expenses & it doesn’t really cost you that donation, as it comes off of your tax bill that you’d have to pay anyway.