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Mason County Republican Women Celebrate 30th Year
Wednesday, September 9, 2009 • Posted September 9, 2009

The Mason County Republican Women will be celebrating their thirty year anniversary on September 16, 2009. Marie Loeffler and Jimmie Landers are two charter members who are still active today. Capy Alexander from Kerrville will be the guest speaker. The luncheon begins at noon in the Stribling Room at the Mason County Library. The price for the luncheon is $10, and reservations are required. Please RSVP to 347-5623.

Capy Alexander

Capy Alexander joined the Republican Women of Kerr County when she and her husband Tom moved to Kerrville in 2004. She currently serves as Awards Chairman, has chaired several fundraising events, and received the 2009 RWKC Campaign Activities Award for “Member with the Most Campaign Hours.”

She was previously a member of Gillespie County Republican Women where she served as President and was also Newsletter Chairman, Parliamentarian, Literacy Co-chairman, and a TFRW Tribute to Women Honoree.

She became a member of the Board of the Texas Federation of Republican Women (TFRW) in 2002 and currently serves on the Executive Committee and as Deputy President of Region XI. Capy has been Senate District 24 District Director, Literacy Committee Chairman, and Vice Chairman of Resolutions. In 2008 she organized the Region XI Turn Texas Totally Red Rally and the Nuts ‘n Bolts Leadership Development Workshop. She has been a TFRW Patron since 2002 and an NFRW Regent since 2005. She has been a delegate to five TFRW Conventions and to NFRW Conventions in 2005 and 2009.

Capy is a Precinct Chairman and serves on the Finance and Golf Tournament Committees of the Kerr County Republican Party. She has worked on numerous statewide and local candidate campaigns and has been Clerk or Judge at many elections in Gillespie and Kerr Counties. She is a Voter Registrar and organized two voter registration drives in 2008.

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