Paul Curtman Reception

You are cordially invited to a 


 in honor of


Rep. Curtman will be discussing his thoughts and ideas concerning the future

of the both the 


and our 


Tuesday June 27, 2017

7 O’Clock PM

1530 Winter Chase Drive

Fenton MO 63026

Hosted by

State Reprsentative Kirk Mathews


Committeewoman Rene Artman



Join us Sunday, August 20th for a Picnic!

STLRCC 2017 Picnic

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Pro-Life Rally

Invitation to join fellow Pro-Lifers from across Missouri 

Pro Life Celebration Rally with Governor Greitens!

State Capitol in Jefferson City

this Wednesday June 14th 

 Starts at 2:30 pm.

Call your friends and carpool down and God bless!

For more information contact:

Roberta ‘Robbie’ Brouk

Missouri Republican Party

Grassroots Director


MRP  office 573-636-3146

What You Need To Know About City/County Merger!

Join Us, Thursday, June 15th, 6:30 PM

Lafayette, Queeny, MO River, Chesterfield and Wildhorse Townships are meeting together. 

June’s topic:

What You Need To Know About City/County Merger!

Jennifer Bird, Committeewoman Gravois Township will be our lead speaker.

There are organizations that are taking baby steps to affect a merger, Better Together , etc.

Hillary Clinton used those very words herself. Time to pay attention!

June 15, 6:30 PM

Manchester Police/Courts Bldg

200 Highlands Blvd

(East of Walmart, 141 and Manchester Rd.)

NEXT Meeting will be the 3rd Thursday of August!


Patti Carroll, Lafayette Committeewoman,,          636-527-8557

Mark Harder, Lafayette Committeeman,,     314-852-8933

Governor Greitens’ Calls for Pro-Life Special Session

JEFFERSON CITY — Today, Governor Eric Greitens called for a special session centered around issues at the heart of the Pro-Life movement.

The Governor is urging lawmakers to pass new common-sense health and safety standards for abortion clinics after a recent court ruling struck down several basic safety measures. These new standards are aimed at protecting women’s health. The session also includes an effort to stop St. Louis from becoming an abortion sanctuary city, since they’ve now said that pro-life organizations can’t hire solely pro-life Missourians.

“Governor Greitens is fighting to protect the lives of women and the innocent unborn here in Missouri. It’s important that we have leaders who are willing to promote a culture of life,” said Austin Stukins, Executive Director of the Missouri Republican Party.  “This is an important and historic pro-life special session that will protect the lives of Missourians. ”

Special session will begin Monday, June 12th.

Sudhir Rathod of Parkway School Board to headline Pachyderm luncheon

Over lunch this Friday, the Pachyderms hear from Mr. Sudhir Rathod of Parkway School Board. He is a director on the school board representing the district at large. He was first elected in 2016. Sudhir lives in Maryland Heights and was born in Gujarat, India and earned an MBA in Global Management from the University of Phoenix. He has worked as a business intelligence analyst with Berkshire Hathaway, Nestle Purina, Caterpillar and JM Enterprises. Learn more at his website:

The St. Louis County Pachyderm Club meets each Friday at
Sapore Italian Cafe in Woodbine Center
main restaurant, upper level
451 S. Kirkwood Blvd. (just north of Big Bend)
Kirkwood, Missouri 63122


Meetings are open to members and non-members Networking starts at noon, lunch served at 12:15 PM
meeting starts at 12:30 PM and ends at 1:15 PM.

$20 per person for lunch, cash, check


JEFFERSON CITY — Today, the Missouri Republican Party named Keelie Broom as its Communications Director. Broom, a Mississippi keelie.jpgnative, earned a Bachelor of Arts from Millsaps College, where she was awarded the John F. Kennedy Award for Political Science.  Broom then graduated from Tulane University Law School and spent several years in practice as a civil litigator. Recently, Broom was recognized by a national publication as a preeminent attorney.

Prior to her time as an attorney, Broom worked in the United States Senate under the leadership of Senator Trent Lott. There, she assisted in media relations and digital and print media.

“We are pleased to announce the hiring of Keelie Broom and welcome her to the state of Missouri,” said Austin Stukins, Executive Director of the Missouri Republican Party.  Stukins continued, “Keelie has an impressive background in the courtroom and in politics–she has shown the type of strong communication and leadership it takes to get our message out.”

“Missourians deserve strong, principled conservative leadership,” said Broom. “I am thrilled to join the Missouri GOP in its efforts to make sure that the people of Missouri get just that.”