Miller installs new St. Tammany group officers
Newly elected officers of the Republican Professional Women of St. Tammany (RPWST) were installed by Joannie Miller of Bogalusa, the Louisiana Federation of Republican Women (LFRW) Membership Chair.
Newly elected officers of RPWST are President Brandy Morris, 1st Vice President Daphne Misuraca, 2nd Vice President Laurie Pennison, Corresponding Secretary Pam Ferguson, Recording Secretary Nellie Pulido, and Treasurer Ellie Schroder.
Miller told the newly elected officers of RPWST, “You are about to enter upon your respective duties. In accepting these posts, you are assuming a leadership role among Republicans, and therefore, you are setting an example, one that requires the best energy, integrity and devotion of which you are capable.
By accepting this post, you promise to exert every effort to conduct Federation activities that will attract women in your community who believe in the Republican Party and its principles, and in electing Republicans to all levels of government?”
To the membership and to the audience, Miller noted, “The National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW) believes that the responsibility of any organization is borne by the entire membership, as well as the officers. I ask you, the membership, at this time to give your loyal support to the new officers, to attend meetings, to pay dues promptly, to serve when called upon, and to be peacemakers in your state and community.”
Washington Parish and St. Tammany regularly work together to strengthen GOP ideals, by working on campaigns and forums for candidates that they both share, and attending meetings. An annual banquet is shared by the two parishes to recognize outstanding Republicans.
Miller is also on the NFRW Membership Committee, the Secretary of the Washington Republican Parish Executive Committee (WRPEC), and the Immediate Past President and advisor to the Washington Parish Republican Women (WPRW). Also in attendance from Washington Parish were Larry Miller, husband, and Janene Dunaway, WPRW President and WRPEC Member.
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