County Republican club installs officers

Posted on Monday, January 20, 2014 at 9:09 am

2014 Lincoln County Republican Club Officers (L to R), President Larry Kirk, Secretary Libby Grunick, Reporter Chris Ebert, and Vice President Fred Pickering. (Not pictured Treasurer Judy Humes).

2014 Lincoln County Republican Club Officers (L to R), President Larry Kirk, Secretary Libby Grunick, Reporter Chris Ebert, and Vice President Fred Pickering. (Not pictured Treasurer Judy Humes).

The Lincoln County Republican Club Christmas party was held on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, at LCCOA on Boone Street in Troy. A wonderful buffet dinner was provided by Monty’s BBQ and prayer was lead by the Honorable Judge Gary Grunick. The evening’s musical entertainment was provided by DJ Larry Fague.

The club was also entertained by a special appearance of the Lincoln County Sheriff Department’s Second Chance Choir. The 10 man choral group under the supervision of Capt. David Curtis, of the Lincoln County Jail, belted out popular Christmas carols and hymns to the delight of the audience. One gentleman, a former inmate, walked in the inclement weather from Moscow Mills to the Justice Center to continue his participation with the choir. The group’s performance was met with a standing ovation.

Among the attendees were 64th District State Representative Robert Cornejo, 10th District State Committeewoman Carol Wessel Boyer, Associate Circuit Judge Jim Beck, County Auditor Deanna Dickmeyer, Sheriff John Cottle, Troy Municipal Judge Gary Grunick, and former County Commissioner Marvin Himmel.

The Honorable Judge Jim Beck officiated over the installation of the club’s newly elected officers. The Club officers for 2014 are President Larry Kirk, Vice President Fred Pickering, Secretary Libby Grunick, Treasurer Judy Humes, and Reporter Chris Ebert. All the new officers are committed to being involved, making a difference, and promoting conservative values.

The Lincoln County Republican Club meets every second Tuesday of the month, at 7:30 p.m., at the Republican Headquarters, 710 East Cherry Street, in Troy. The organization promotes strong conservative values, the preservation of the U.S. Constitution, as well as community betterment. For more information about the Club, events, and candidates, please go to www.LincolnCountyRepublicanClub.com.

Please mark your calendars for the Republican Lincoln Day event which will be held Saturday, April 5 at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds.

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