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Mon, Apr 15



April Meeting - Scholarship Endowment Lunch with Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddick

Join us in the celebration of the 2024 Scholarship Award Recipients

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April Meeting - Scholarship Endowment Lunch with Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddick
April Meeting - Scholarship Endowment Lunch with Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddick

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Apr 15, 2024, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Belton, 219 S East St, Belton, TX 76513, USA


About the event

Scholarship Endowment Luncheon with Guest Speaker Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddick.

Our April luncheon will feature the scholarship winners and their parents. Since her tenure on the Railroad Commission began in November 2012, Chairman Christi Craddick has pushed to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of an energy industry that drives the state’s unparalleled economic success. She has repeatedly proven that sensible regulations, careful listening, and plain talk can foster innovation that has solidified Texas's leadership in the energy sector. Craddick has set a clear standard of integrity, self-reliance, and innovation in her position as commissioner at the Railroad Commission. She will inspire us by emphasizing the importance of "Unite Women for Success.

This is an exceptional opportunity to attend a presentation by a distinguished guest. You won't want to miss it

.Be sure to invite your friends, family, and coworkers!

DATE: MONDAY - April 15, 2024 RSVP is required by Thursday, April 11, 2024 TIME: 11:00 a.m. - Registration & Networking 11:30 a.m. - Call to Order (menus picked up) PLACE: The Gin at Nolan Creek in Belton - 219 S. East Street COST: RESERVATION IS REQUIRED $20 per person Cas/Check or pre-pay On-line or CC $22

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Scholarship Endowment Fund Info Central Texas Republican Women established a Scholarship Program in December 1999 to honor the future women of Bell County. A Non-Profit organization known as the CTRW Scholarship Endowment Foundation was established to manage and support this scholarship. The first scholarship was awarded in August 2002. Kitty Pope was the driving force behind much of the work for the scholarship—the idea was mainly hers. The Foundation named the scholarship in memory of Kathryn “Kitty” Pope, whose vision and effort catalyzed its establishment. Kitty was a long-time Temple resident. She and her husband, Hermon “Sonny” Pope, were enthusiastic and dedicated Republican volunteers. The $500.00 scholarship has been awarded each year to a Bell County woman who has completed or is completing high school within the county. The amount has increased over the years, and a $1000.00 scholarship will be awarded to a female recipient this year. A second Scholarship was later established in the name of Sonny Pope, Kitty’s husband, and may be awarded to a male or female recipient. Process for applicants includes TWO Letters of Reference, a copy of the official transcript, a copy of all areas of service to school and their community, and the hardest, a printed opinion/essay answering the question “What does it Mean to Be an American?” This year’s applicants are all qualified for scholarships. Unfortunately, we can only award two scholarships. We have a very special program scheduled for our upcoming April 17th luncheon. Please join us in Congratulating our winners.

DISCLAIMER: Political ads paid for by CTRW (PAC), a nonprofit organization under Section 527 of the Internal Revenue Code C. Contributions to CTRW (PAC) are not tax deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Corporate contributions are not permitted. Not authorized by any candidate.


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