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You are invited to our Annual Fall Dinner! Held at the famous Olde Dutch Restaurant, 12791 State Route 664 S. in Logan.
Lt. Governor, Jon Husted, Secretary of State, Frank LaRose, State Senate Candidate, Shane Wilkin, State Representative, Mark Johnson, County Commissioner Candidate, Jessica Dicken, Court of Common Pleas Judge, Jason Despetorich and County Auditor Candidate, Christopher Robers will be our speakers.
We will be holding an auction to raise funds to support judicial candidates. New and gently used items are needed and welcomed for the auction.
Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door. Dinner starts at 6PM.
We are happy to report that the Hocking County Republican Party has a new headquarters at 8 East Hunter Street in Logan.
Huge thanks to the Women’s Republican Club for securing and funding the headquarters. The women’s club is taking monthly pledges to offset the costs of rent and utilities. Open hours will be posted in the near future.
You are invited to the Hocking County Republican Party Annual Spring Dinner on Tuesday, March the 29th at 6 p.m. at the Olde Dutch Restaurant.
We are pleased to have US Senate Candidate, Mike Gibbons, US Senate Candidate, Mark Pukita and Hocking County Commissioner candidates, Jeff Dickerson and Jessica Dicken, along with others, as our speakers.
Tickets are $25 at the door.
Denise Whalen, current Vice President of the Hocking County Republican Party and the President of the Hocking County Women’s Republican Club is running for Logan City Council, President. She is unopposed in the upcoming general election.
Secretary of State Frank LaRose will be our keynote Speaker at our annual Spring Dinner. Tickets are $25 per person and may be purchased in advance or at the door. The event will be held in the lower level of the Olde Dutch Restaurant in Logan, Ohio on Monday, March the 29th at 5:30PM.
The Hocking County Women’s Republican Club is hosting a non-partisan community event to raise awareness of human trafficking. The event is being sponsors by members of the community. The public is welcome. There is no cost to attend.