Sunday, April 12, 2015

Sen. Kurt Schaefer to speak on "Erosion of States Rights" and other matters facing the State of Missouri when he keynotes at the Lafayette County Lincoln Dinner April 24th in Wellington.



2015 LINCOLN DINNER: Friday, April 24th 

The annual Lafayette County Republican Lincoln Dinner is scheduled for Friday, April 24th with Missouri Senator Kurt Schaefer (District 19) as keynote speaker. He will speak on "Erosion of States Rights" as well as other matters facing the State of Missouri. Senator Schaefer is chair of the Missouri Senate Appropriations Committee and a candidate for Missouri Attorney General in 2016.
Sen. Kurt Schaefer
As in recent years, the event will be held at the Community Christian Center, 710 W. Highway 224, Wellington.

Appetizers and ‘Meet the Candidates’ will begin at 6:30 p.m. with dinner served at 7 p.m. by Nadler’s Catering of Wellington. A silent auction will be held.

The Federated Republican Women’s Club of Lafayette County will hold a food drive for county food pantries at the event. If interested, please bring canned food or paper products for local food pantries.

Additionally, Senator David Pearce of the 21st Missouri Senatorial District, will serve as master of ceremonies. Rep. Glen Kolkmeyer of our own 53rd Missouri Legislative District and Rep. Denny Hoskins, Missouri House Speaker Pro Tem, will be featured on the program as well.

Tickets are $30.00 per person. Make checks payable to Lafayette County Republicans and mail to: Heidi Kolkmeyer, treasurer, PO Box 56, Wellington, MO 64097. 

Sponsorships are available as follows and will be listed in the program or under Anonymous if preferred: 

Platinum: $500.00 - Reservation for an entire table and includes 8 dinner tickets.
Gold: $250.00 - Includes 4 dinner tickets.
Host: $100.00 - Includes 2 dinner tickets.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

We are having fried chicken! Better come join us for our March 5th Central Committee and Friends Dinner Meeting at Topsy's in Concordia.

Lafayette County Republican Central Committee and Friends 

March Dinner Meeting--1st Meeting of 2015

Thursday, March 5th

6 PM - Meet and Greet
6:15 - Buffet Opens 
Program to follow dinner.

Short Business Meeting and Information
 About Our
April 24th Lincoln Dinner at the CCC in Wellington

(Prospective candidates and elected officials are welcome to speak briefly to the group.)

Come join us. 
We are having fried chicken and more! 

Topsy's Restaurant

715 S. Main Street, Concordia, Missouri

$9.50 per person
Buffet Includes:

2 Meats: Fried Chicken and Brisket
Mashed Potatoes with 2 kinds of Gravy on the Side
2 Vegetables: Green Beans and Corn
Salad Bar
Dinner Rolls
Iced Tea and Coffee
Cherry Pie and Coconut Meringue Pie

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Rep. Glen Kolkmeyer requests the honor of your presence at his swearing-in ceremony, a reception and the inaugural ball on January 7th at the Capitol in Jefferson City.

Rep. Glen Kolkmeyer

Rep. Glen Kolkmeyer (53rd Legislative District) invites you to the Swearing-In Ceremony of the 98th General Assembly, House Chamber, Missouri State Capitol, at 12 noon on January 7th, followed by a reception in his office and the Grand March and Legislative Ball in the Capitol Rotunda.

The honour of your presence
is requested on
Wednesday, January 7th, 2015 at:
The Swearing-In Ceremony
The 98th General Assembly
House Chamber
Missouri State Capitol
twelve o’clock noon
Legislative Ball
6:30 P.M.
Capitol Rotunda
(Black Tie Optional)

You are also invited to a reception from 6 to 8 p.m.
 in Rep. Kolkmeyer's Capitol Office, Room 400 CA.

• • •

Speaker Pro Tem Denny Hoskins

Additionally, Speaker Pro Tem Denny Hoskins requests the honor of your presence for the 2015 Inaugural Ball at the Missouri State Capitol. Grand March is 6:30 pm. in the Capitol Rotunda  followed by a reception with appetizers and hors d'oeuvres at 7 p.m. in Room 301 in the Capitol building. The Inaugural Ball begins at 8 p.m. in the Capitol Rotunda.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Retirement Party Set for County Officials who have served Lafayette County for many years.

Recorder of Deeds Patsy Olvera
Judge John Frerking, Associate Circuit Judge, Division 2

As the year ends, we will be saying good-bye at the Courthouse to three office holders who have served our county so well for many years. On Dec. 30th, a Retirement Party will be held at 1 p.m. at the Courthouse for Judge John Frerking, Judge Randy Shackelford and Recorder of Deeds Patsy Olvera. We hope you can join us as we say thank you to each of them for their long and dedicated service to Lafayette County. (No photo of Judge Shackelford available.)