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REPUBLICANS MEET IN CHATHAM MONDAY, JUNE 13TH, 5PM, CHATHAM COMMUNITY CENTER

All Republicans, conservatives and patriotic Americans are welcome to attend our meetings, whether you live in Chatham or elsewhere. The Chatham Community Center is at 702 Main Street, Chatham, a few hundred feet away from the Chatham rotary on Route 28, which is the gateway to downtown Chatham.

Our meetings run no later than 6:30. We often discuss world and national issues as well as issues of importance in the Commonwealth.

The Agenda for the Monday, June 13th meeting is at the end of this post.

Our next big event is the Independence Day Parade on Monday, July 4th. Each year our committee has an entry in the parade. This year the parade theme is "Freedom is Not Free." Therefore, our sole purpose this year is to honor those who have borne and bear the greatest burden of keeping America free -- those who have served or are serving in the Armed Forces of the United States.

We have a simple message: Support the Troops, be they now serving or veterans. We encourage all to donate to organizations that are dedicated to serving members of the Armed Forces, present and past, particularly those which help the homeless and the wounded and families of those who died in service.

Here are a few:

New England Center and Home for Veterans

Wounded Warriors Family Support

Cape Cod Cares For Our Troops

Semper Fi Fund

IN THE RIGHT HAND COLUMN OF THIS WEBSITE ARE LINKS TO THE WEBSITES OF THESE FOUR ORGANIZATIONS WHERE DONATIONS MAY BE MADE.


For the Parade on Monday, July 4th, we need marchers to join us to celebrate the Birth of Our Nation. Marchers from other Cape towns are welcome to march with us. The parade route is just a bit over a mile in length. The parade is the biggest on Cape Cod in size and attendance. Good shoes, hat and sunscreen and you are all set. Parking for marchers is at the Monomoy Regional Middle School on Crowell Road; free shuttle buses to the parade assembly point run up to 9 o'clock. The parade begins at 9:30 at the corner of Shore Road and Main Streets.

The agenda for the Monday, June 13th meeting is this:

Salute to the Flag, Greeting, Introductions
Reminder of voluntary donations requested of members
Approval of the minutes of the May meeting. - Secretary Jennifer McMullen
For the minutes of our May meeting, click on the link below.

2016.5.2 CRTC Minutes.pdf

Treasurer's report - Kevin Smith
4th of July Parade report - Subcommittee chair Ethel Shafter
Town's fight against federal Monomoy territory seizure - report
Massachusetts and other Bathroom bills - discussion
Threats to America - which are the greatest
Presidential candidate polls
The 11 significant states - Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin.
Prediction from one who has known Trump for decades
Veep stakes
National party conventions - Republican July 18-21 Democrat July 25-28
Monday, July 11 meeting - Guests - Retired Naval Officer Tom O'Malley, candidate for the Republican nomination for Congress, 9th District (primary opponent Mark Alliegro)
Barnstable Town Councilman Jim Crocker, candidate for Cape & Islands state senate seat (primary opponent Retired Air Force Officer Tony Schiavi)
Outreach program for balance of year
Change of Committee Leadership June 30
Committee recurring expenses - discussion
Other business

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ON MEMORIAL DAY, HONOR THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES TO DEFEND OUR FREEDOMS

This year's Chatham's Independence Day Parade's theme is "Freedom is Not Free." Memorial Day is the day we remember the costs in lives of keeping America safe and free.

Chatham's Memorial Day observance starts at the Community Center at 10 a.m. in front of the WWI Memorial. From there, the procession pays respect for WWII veterans at the new memorial on Stage Harbor Road, then continues to Oyster Bond to honor those lost at sea and those who died in the Korean and Vietnam Wars.

The next stop is at the Civil War Memorial at the corner of Main and Seaview Streets, where Scott Hamilton will deliver Lincoln's Gettysburg Address of 1863.

The final chapter of the observance will be at Veterans' Rotary.

It's an inspiring hour and a half and all are urged to attend.

If there is rain, services will be held in the Community Center beginning at 10.

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