The Suburban Republican Women’s Club Federated will host its annual brunch on February 21st at Heathrow Country Club. This year’s brunch is especially exciting for event-goers. Renowned international speaker Nick Adams will be featured at the event.
The annual brunch is a much beloved event in the Central Florida community. The club sponsoring the event, The Suburban Republican Women’s Club, is Central Florida’s fastest growing Republican women’s club.
This year’s featured speaker, Nick Adams, may be a familiar face to some. He has appeared on Fox & Friends, Sean Hannity, The O’Reilly Factor, the Laura Ingraham Show and more. He legally immigrated to the United States in 2016, and is Australian born.
Adams is the founder and executive director of The Foundation for Liberty and American Greatness. This organization offers particular training to elementary, middle and high schools to encourage patriotic pride.
Barbara Sherman is SRWCF’s recording secretary and her daughter happens to be the president of the club, Susan Sherman. Barbara is eagerly looking forward to the event. In regards to the speaker Nick Adams, Barbara said, “He’s given up everything to become an American citizen.”
Adams story is a humbling one. He was diagnosed with cancer at 16 months old and successfully beat it. When asked about Adams, Barbara had nothing but kind words. “He’s very down to earth and an incredible speaker,” she explained.
Sherman and other members of the Suburban Republican Women’s Club are hopeful for the future of the club and the Republican party itself. “We have members from ages 18 to 85 in the group and they’re all making change happen,” said Sherman. “The age group has changed, but we have a vision that’s strong.”
The SRWCF was officially chartered in 1971 and has had the goal to elect more Republicans ever since. They hope to assist the party in electing qualified Republicans to office. They also hope to educate and spread the words of the Republican party.
The club is making strides to inform the community about the organization and the good they do. They attend community events like Live after 5 in Sanford. Men are even encouraged to join as associate members, though they can not vote in club decisions.
The club also gives out scholarships every year. They donate at least $1,000 to a Seminole County high school senior or graduate that is also a female and registered Republican who has shown leadership in the school and community.
The SRWCF expects over one hundred people to attend the event this year. Those who wish to attend on February 21 must reserve their seats in advance online for $25. The doors open at 9:30am. Visit SRWCF.org for more information.