Welcome to the Henderson County Republican Women’s Club. We extend greetings to you on behalf of the State and National Federation of Republican Women’s Clubs. The NFRW is one of the largest political women’s groups in the country. When you join our Club you automatically become a member of the NRWC as well as the National Federation. You will meet and serve with like-minded women who are interested in educating themselves and others on current issues and supporting conservative Constitutional principles. If you feel as if you just need to do something to help your country “this is the place for you”! As our members like to say, “Women In Numbers Win!” or WIN.

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HCRWC member Bette-Lee Taylor with Donald J. Trump at the Trump rally in Asheville on September 12th.

​​HCRWC is chartered by the National Federation of Republican Women and is the earliest Republican club in Henderson County dating back to 1953 when the North Carolina Republican  Women's Club was founded. Republican women continue to have an important role in determining the candidates and platform of the party.

Henderson County Republican Women’s Club Luncheon

Tuesday, March 28th, 11:30/1:30 at

    The Cedars  227 7th Ave W. Hendersonville, NC 28791

Our speaker for the March 28th meeting is Loretta Malakie, whose talk will provide a perfect sequel to our speaker last November.  Her story is a hot topic, given the current uproar over Pres. Trump's Executive Order on Immigration. Loretta's personal message addresses how her hometown in N.Y.is being "Islamized" and how that process brought her family to our area; she's grateful to be where she feels free to share her story.  You don’t want to miss this!

 Get your checks in today to secure a seat!

Make Your Reservation *Check Payable to “The Cedars” & Mail to

 HCRWC PO Box 2734, Hendersonville, NC 28793

$15.00 per person *Checks must be received by March 24th.Type your paragraph here

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