October 17, 2017

March 2014 RCNMC Meeting

Date:
Tuesday, March 25, 2014, 7 p.m.-9 p.m.

Location:
Hamlin Pub, 55076 Van Dyke (at 25 Mile Rd.), Shelby Twp., MI

Contact: Rob Montilla at (586) 291-7349 or rob@rcnmc.com

Event Information:
The March meeting of the RCNMC will be held on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at 7 p.m. at the Hamlin Pub located at 55076 Van Dyke in Shelby Township (Van Dyke and 25 Mile Rd.).

This meeting will also mark the start of our 2014 membership drive.  We look forward to adding new members and re-signing existing members to continue to build the RCNMC as the Premier Republican Grassroots Organization in Northern Macomb County.

Click Here for a Printable Membership Form

Join us from 6 p.m.-7 p.m. for social hour and dinner from the fine Hamlin Pub menu.

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RCNMC 2014 Membership Drive

With a new year comes new opportunities.

The RCNMC will once again be looking to spur informative action to support electing Republicans in the North Macomb County area in 2014.  Check back to the website (www.rcnmc.com) for updates on events and informational forums that will be coming.

In the meantime, we are starting our membership drive for 2014.  The past few years have seen record numbers of dues paying members for the organization, a trend we want to continue in a critical election year.

If you can join and help our efforts, it would be greatly appreciated.  Please click the link below for our membership form which lists our membership rates.

Click Here for a Membership Form

Have a great holiday season and we’ll see you in 2014.

Rob Montilla
Chairman, RCNMC

RCNMC/SHUR/MCRWC 2013 Christmas Party

Date:
Monday, December 2, 2013 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

Location:
Nick’s 22nd Street Steakhouse, 48900 Van Dyke Ave. , Shelby Township, MI

Contact: Rob Montilla at rob@rcnmc.com or (586) 291-7349; Philis DeSaele at desaele@wideopenwest.com or (586) 254-1284;

Cost: $10 includes dinner and non-alcoholic drinks

Event Information:

The Republican Committee of Northern Macomb County (RCNMC), Sterling Heights/Utica Republicans (SHUR) and Macomb County Republican Women’s Club (MCRWC) are co-hosting a Christmas Party on Monday, December 2 from 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m. at Nick’s 22nd Street Steakhouse located at 48900 Van Dyke Ave.  in Shelby Township, MI (Van Dyke and 22 Mile Rd.).

The cost for the event is $10 and can be paid at the door with cash.  The price includes dinner and non-alcoholic beverages.  The dinner will feature chicken picatta, rice, salad and bread.  Alcoholic beverages are available for purchase.

Come join fellow Republicans as we celebrate the Christmas holiday and the Season of Giving.  This year, we will collect cash or check donations for the following charities:

  • Salvation Army

If you plan to attend, please RSVP to Rob Montilla at rob@rcnmc.com or (586) 291-7349; Philis DeSaele at desaele@wideopenwest.com or (586) 254-1284.  This will help us get a head count for food although walk-ins will still be welcome.

Also, if you’d like to bring a dessert, please let us know.

2012 RCNMC Awards

At the November 2012 RCNMC meeting, the following recipients were recognized with end of year awards:

Michelle Trosper

RCNMC Member of the Year

For outstanding dedication and service to the RCNMC as recognized by the RCNMC Officers
Award-Trosper

 

County Commissioner Don Brown

RCNMC Chairman’s Award

For commitment in promoting the RCNMC and its objectives as recognized by the Chairman:
Award-Brown

 

Silla Tomasi

RCNMC Lifetime Achievement Award

Recognizing extended achievement in promoting Republicans and Conservative values
Award-Tomasi

November 2012 RCNMC Meeting and Election Victory Celebration

Date:
Tuesday, November 27, 2012, 7 p.m.-9 p.m.

Location:
Hamlin Pub, 55076 Van Dyke (at 25 Mile Rd.), Shelby Twp., MI

Contact: Rob Montilla at (586) 291-7349 or rob@rcnmc.com

Event Information:
The November meeting of the RCNMC will be held on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 at 7 p.m. at the Hamlin Pub located at 55076 Van Dyke in Shelby Township (Van Dyke and 25 Mile Rd.).

This will be our 2012 Election Victory Celebration and final meeting of the year.  At this meeting we will celebrate Election Successes as well as Outstanding Individual Achievement.

Awards to be Presented:

  • RCNMC Member of the Year
  • Chairman’s Award
  • Lifetime Achievement

This meeting will also mark the start of our 2013 membership drive.  We look forward to adding new members and re-signing existing members to continue to build the RCNMC as the Premier Republican Grassroots Organization in Northern Macomb County.

Click Here for a Printable Membership Form

Join us from 6 p.m.-7 p.m. for social hour and dinner from the fine Hamlin Pub menu.

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RCNMC/SHUR/CRCM/MCRWC 2012 Christmas Party

Date:
Wednesday, December 5, 2011 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

Location:
Nick’s 22nd Street Steakhouse, 48900 Van Dyke Ave. , Shelby Township, MI

Contact: Rob Montilla at rob@rcnmc.com or (586) 291-7349; Philis DeSaele at desaele@wideopenwest.com or (586) 254-1284; Lisa Nowc at lvnlibrarian@gmail.com or (586) 260-4912

Cost: $10 includes dinner and non-alcoholic drinks

Event Information:

The Republican Committee of Northern Macomb County (RCNMC), Sterling Heights/Utica Republicans (SHUR), Conservative Republicans of Central Macomb (CRCM) and Macomb County Republican Women’s Club (MCRWC) are co-hosting a Christmas Party on Wednesday, December 5 from 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m. at Nick’s 22nd Street Steakhouse located at 48900 Van Dyke Ave.  in Shelby Township, MI (Van Dyke and 22 Mile Rd.).

Click Here for an Event Flyer

The cost for the event is $10 and can be paid at the door with cash.  The price includes dinner and non-alcoholic beverages.  The dinner will feature chicken picatta, rice, salad and bread.  Alcoholic beverages are available for purchase.

Come join fellow Republicans as we celebrate the Christmas holiday and the Season of Giving.  This year, we will collect cash or check donations for the following charities:

  • Disabled American Veterans
  • Salvation Army
  • Thomas ”Thorny” Thorngate Fund – see belowIn honor of our dear friend Nikolaos “Nick” Andreopoulos, owner of Nick’s 22nd Street
    Steak House in Shelby Township and Catch 22 Bistro in Algonac, we are taking up a
    collection for the lone survivor of the South Dakota accident that took Nick’s and three of
    his friends’ lives. Thomas Edward “Thorny” Thorngate, 52 (lone survivor) has been
    removed from a drug induced coma and is currently in a hospital in Minnesota. His sons,
    16 – 32, have been traveling back and forth to be with their dad. We are collecting money
    to help the family pay the hospital bills and travel expenses. Checks should be payable to
    Thomas Edward Thorngate.
We would like to try and raise at least $300 for each charity so please consider donating.

If you plan to attend, please RSVP to Rob Montilla at rob@rcnmc.com or (586) 291-7349; Philis DeSaele at desaele@wideopenwest.com or (586) 254-1284; Lisa Nowc at lvnlibrarian@gmail.com or (586) 260-4912.  This will help us get a head count for food although walk-ins will still be welcome.

Also, if you’d like to bring a dessert, please let us know.

Final RCNMC Voter Identification Phone Bank Night on Thursday, November 1, 2012 – Get Out the Vote Call Night for Pete Hoekstra

Date:
Thursday, November 1, 2012, 4 p.m.-8 p.m.

Location:
Macomb Victory Center
13285 Hall Road, Utica, MI

Contact: Linda Torp at torp@comcast.net or (586) 899-1600 OR Rob Montilla at (586) 291-7349 or rob@rcnmc.com

Event Information:
The RCNMC is organizing a Voter Identification Phone Bank for Thursday, November 1, 2012 from 4 p.m.-8 p.m. at the Macomb Victory Center located at 13285 Hall Road, Utica, MI.  This is a Get Out the Vote Call Night for Pete Hoekstra for Senate.

There are thousands of voters in Macomb County that need to be identified as to how they will vote in order to help campaign efforts.  The RCNMC and the other independent Republican organizations in the county are partnering with the Michigan Republican Party to aid the identification effort.

We are looking for about 20 volunteers to help us for a couple hours this evening.  If you can attend, please contact Linda Torp at torp@comcast.net or (586) 899-1600  OR Rob Montilla at (586) 291-7349 or rob@rcnmc.com.

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October 2012 RCNMC Meeting is Cancelled

The October RCNMC meeting scheduled for Tuesday,October 30 is being cancelled due to the proximity of the election and the variety of campaign events in motion.  Please volunteer some time to help Mitt Romney and other Republican candidates to victory on November 6.

Please be sure to join us at our final meeting of the year on Tuesday, November 27 for our Victory Celebration Event at the Hamlin Pub located at 55076 Van Dyke in Shelby Township (Van Dyke and 25 Mile Rd.).

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RCNMC 2012 Endorsements

The RCNMC makes the following endorsements for the General Election on November 6, 2012:

  • President of the United States: Mitt Romney
  • U.S. Senate: Pete Hoekstra
  • U.S. Representative District 10: Candice Miller
  • State Representative District 24: Anthony Forlini
  • State Representative District 30: Jeff Farrington
  • State Representative District 32: Andrea LaFontaine
  • State Representative District 33: Ken Goike
  • State Representative District 36: Pete Lund
  • County Commission District 6: James Carabelli
  • County Commission District 7: Don Brown
  • County Commission District 8: Kathy Vosburg
  • County Commission District 9: Juliana Sabatini
  • County Commission District 13: Joe Sabatini
  • Bruce Township Clerk: Susan Brockmann  **added**
  • Bruce Township Trustee: Mark Falker
  • Bruce Township Trustee: Paul Okiniewski
  • Chesterfield Township Clerk: Cindy Berry
  • Chesterfield Township Treasurer: Kathy Elliott
  • Chesterfield Township Trustee: David Joseph
  • Chesterfield Township Trustee: Henry Anderson
  • Chesterfield Township Trustee: Cyndi Gagleard
  • Ray Township Treasurer: Doug Stier
  • Richmond Township Trustee: Christoper DeVos
  • Chippewa Valley School Board: Grace Caporuscio
  • Romeo Community Schools: Lee Verbouw  **added**

 

RCNMC Ballot Proposal Recommendations

The RCNMC makes the following recommendations on the ballot proposals that will be presented to Michigan voters on November 6:

Proposal 1: Referendum on the Emergency Manager Law
Vote YES

Proposal 2: The ‘Collective Bargaining’ Amendment
Vote NO

Proposal 3: ’25 x 25′ Renewable Energy Standard
Vote NO

Proposal 4: The Unionization of Home-Based Caregivers
Vote NO

Proposal 5: The Two-Thirds Majority Tax Limitation
Vote NO

Proposal 6: The International Bridge/Tunnel Voting Requirement
Vote NO

 

Ballot Proposal Resources: