RPOF Congressional District 17 Caucus held a productive workshop in Sebring Saturday
Republican Party of Florida Congressional District 17 Caucus members met for a very productive workshop Saturday at Inn on the Lakes in Sebring, Florida. Chairmen, State Committeemen, State Committeewomen, Precinct Committeemen, and Precinct Committeewomen, from the nine counties that Congressman Tom Rooney serves, were invited to participate in the workshop by newly elected Congressional District 17 Caucus Chairman, Kathy Rapp. Topics of interest on the agenda included: growing REC members, conducting effective fund-raising events, keeping Trump volunteers engaged, helping President Trump succeed at implementing his agenda, and engaging minorities and young people. Approximately 20 caucus members discussed these topics and shared meaningful ideas being used effectively in their counties.
Guest Speaker Brooke Renney, Director of Party Development for the Republican Party of Florida shared information about the new Project Majority Red that the RPOF will present in more detail at the Spring Quarterly Meeting in Tampa April 28-29, 2017. She also shared other ideas and provided valuable comments. Caucus Chairman Kathy Rapp expressed appreciation to Brooke for traveling from Tallahassee to speak and participate in our workshop.
Many shared that they learned a lot to take back to their REC’s and were very pleased to have made the effort to attend and participate in the four hour workshop. Chairman Rapp thanked everyone for attending and indicated that the next CD 17 Caucus workshop will be held in about three months.