Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Lake County Events of Note for February

Lake Ridge Women
Sunday, February 14 2010, 2:00pm - 4:00pm

American Doll Valentine Ice Cream Social
Location: St John Township Community Center

Contact: Louise Hiddle at this email address.  Contact Joanne Ricci at this one.
Friday, February 19th
Last day to file as a candidate for the primaries.

Must file by NOON!
Location: Lake County Govt Center BOE
Building A, second floor south-east portion of building.
Officially opens at 8 am CST
Contact: Chairwoman Kim Krull - email

Friday, February 19th at 8pm

WHAT:  Meet and greet candidate Luke Abbott HD 19


COST: $15 includes drinks and dessert payable at the door by check.

Saturday, February 20th

Kimbal Binder
(with Rain Networks, Cedar Lake, IN)

Cy Huerter
(Lake County Right to Life)

Invite you and your guests to attend
A reception in support of


February 20, 2010
$20.00 per person

Please RSVP to Kimbal Binder:
e-mail: this address
phone: 219-374-4154

The festivities will be held at:
10400 W. 93rd Avenue
St. John, IN 46373

Get your own hand-crafted Christmas Baby and support Marlin!


Monday, February 22nd at noon
Last chance to withdraw from the primary race
Lake County Board of Elections


Lincoln Day Dinner
Saturday, February 27 2010, 5:00pm - 9:00pm

Please join the Lake County GOP with special guest speaker 
Lieutenant Governor of the State of Indiana
Becky Skillman at the 2010 Lincoln Day Dinner

Location: St Elijah Serbian American Hall, Merrillville IN

Contact: John Moos at this address

Tickets: Dinner- $50 VIP- $100 (includes dinner and VIP reception with Lt Governor) Gold Table (includes 8 VIP tickets and full page ad in Program book) Reserved table of 10: $500
And a closing thought:

Len Reynolds
Vice Chairman
Schererville GOP

Life is a series of chances           
It is a shame, there are so many talented individuals worthy, qualified, and capable to win elections, don't and won't because they have difficulty seeing the big picture. Ronald Reagan, as president of the Screen Actors Guild, felt strongly enough about the subject of communism in Hollywood that he did something about it. His passion for what was right, drove him toward the facts which ultimately swayed him from a liberal to a conservative mindset. He didn't win every role he auditioned for, nor did Abraham Lincoln or Perry Ferrini win every election in which they ran. But they all shared something in common.. They felt passion in their beliefs. 

These men ran in the elections they ran in, not because of their chances of winning or losing, they ran because they were driven by their passion for what was right. Anyone who has seriously thought of running for office, embrace that passion and run, run, run. Run hard. Run firm. Run strong. But most importantly, run because you believe. 

Fraternally Yours,
Len A Reynolds

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for updates on local GOP and conservative events. I have subscribed to your RSS and will keep an eye on announcements coming out of your area. I am the editor of Northwest Indiana Politics and would be glad to work together.