Wednesday, April 9, 2014


Lincoln Day Dinner

The annual Lincoln Day Dinner is coming up on May 3.  This year it will be held at Quaker Station, 135 S. Broadway on the University of Akron campus. 
The cost is $50 per ticket, with a cash bar beginning at 6 p.m. and dinner served at 7.  The guest speaker will be Congressman Pat Tiberi.

If you are interested in attending this special celebration or have further questions, please contact John Wysmierski at  He will be
able to reserve tables so that club members can be seated together for the evening.

Chamber Community Showcase

Thanks to the club volunteers who made our area at the Community Showcase an important venue for local candidates to meet the public.  It is a large
undertaking  to set and run two booths during this two-day event, and we truly appreciate the efforts of all who were able to help.

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Stow Republican Club

Thursday, March 20, the Stow Republican Club will be hosting State Representative Matt Lynch.  Matt will be facing incumbent David Joyce in the May primary to represent the 14th Ohio Congressional District. 

Please join us for this informative meeting at On Tap Restaurant in Stow.  We will gather at 6:30 p.m. and pizza, wings, salad and soft beverages will be available.  Cost for dinner is $10.  Reservations for this special event are required.  Please RSVP to attend

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Stow Republican Club

Member Updates

...As many of you know, Larry Kinnan's wife, Renatta, was admitted to the hospital on Saturday.  She remains in Akron General and doctors feel that she has vertigo (an inner ear affliction).  She will be beginning rehab and our thoughts are with her and Larry as she recovers.  She is in room 2107, if you would like to extend "get well" wishes.

...Scott Buck's wife, Sheila, had additional surgery on Feb. 20th.  She continues to recover from injuries sustained when a car crashed into the post office.  Please keep our members in you prayers.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Stow Republican Club


This Saturday, Feb. 22 the club will be hosting Congressman David Joyce at our breakfast meeting.  Join us at On Tap Restaurant at 8:30 a.m.

Reservations are required.  Please RSVP to attend.

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Stow Republican Club

As noted earlier, Congressman Joyce will be joining us on Feb. 22.  Please note that since he filed for re-election, State Representative Matt Lynch has also filed, which means both will be facing off in the May primary. 

Join us for this informative breakfast meeting at On Tap Restaurant - RSVP (cost for breakfast is $10).
Stow Republican Club

Ohio 14th District Congressman David Joyce will be joining the Stow Republican Club for a breakfast meeting on Saturday, February 22, 2014.

Joyce was elected to the 113th Congress in 2012 to represent the 14th District of Ohio.  Since that time he has fought to get Washington on budget, repeal the Affordable Care Act, and improve the economy to bring more jobs back to Northeast Ohio.  He supports small businesses and believes in reducing the size and scope of government. Understanding that there is still much work to be done, Congressman Joyce will be running for re-election in November 2014.

Join us on Saturday, February 22 at On Tap Restaurant, 4396 Kent Rd. in Stow.  We will gather at 8:30 a.m. and reservations are required.  Please RSVP  Cost for breakfast is $10.

We welcome this opportunity to interact with Congressman Joyce and hear his plans for a second term.

Thursday, January 30, 2014

January 2014 Club meeting

Prayer/Pledge of Allegiance

State Rep Gloria Rodgers update:
     1) Not much new since it's the beginning of the year
     2) Sewers - project costs increasing, bills will be going up.

City Council Members Bob Adaska and Mike Razor update:
     1) Matt Reihl - council President, Mike Razor - finance committee chairman, Bob Adaska - Planning commission chairman.

School Board members Rod Armstrong and Gerry Bettio
     1) Armed cops in schools an issue again.
     2) Trying to bring back a building manager, remove the PR position.

Larry Moore - Veterans Service Commission
     1) Supply vital services to Veterans, including emergency payment, transportation, burial benefits, etc.
     2) Do your homework before donating to veterans groups you are not familliar with
          *Ask for breakdown of how much of every dollar go to veterans vs how much to administrative costs.