HCrw hostS alderwoman freeman
High Country Republican Women hosted Waynesville Alderwoman, Julia Freeman at their August 16th dinner. The event was held at the Haywood County Republican Party headquarters in Waynesville.
Welcomed by HCRW President Paula Eachus Alderwoman Freeman addressed the group and answered questions on issues of concern. The topics discussed were: taxes, low-barrier shelters, housing, road maintenance, town services, homelessness and the future direction of the town of Waynesville. Her positions on these issues were well received by the attendees.
Freeman stressed the maintenance and enhancement of town services, support of law enforcement. She also stated she was supportive of existing facilities like Pathways and several other organizations which address the drug, alcohol, homeless, work force housing as they are all multi-tier issues.
The evening was informative, lively and the dinner received many compliments. High Country Republican Women appreciated hearing these updates from a town leader. We hope to hear more from Alderwoman Freeman in the future. To learn of future events, please our visit website: HighCountryRW.com
HCRW GIFTS US FLAGS
High Country Republican Women gifted 33 classroom flags and two ceremonial 7-foot U.S. flags to Shining Rock Classical Academy at the grand opening of its new school building Saturday, August 7, 2021.
The gift allows all students to be able to say the Pledge of Allegiance. They were unable to do so before this gift, as there were no flags in all the classrooms.
High Country Republican Women President, Paula Eachus, congratulated Joshua Morgan, the head of school, and the board of directors, teachers, parents, and students on Shining Rock's accomplishment of getting the structure completed in time for the new school year during the pandemic.
Eachus remarked how the school and the United States were both established through a common vision, personal perseverance and the freedom to pursue the better life.
The cost of the flags, the poles and the mounting hardware and the two 7-foot freestanding ceremonial flags were raised by the members and friends of the High Country Republican Women, and did not involve any public monies. More information about High Country Republican Women is available at highcountryrw.com.