2016.05.21 -- Homeless in Prince William County, Virginia

Found sitting out in a parking lot out in Gainesville -- earlier today. Someone is working to get this person some help ... but not sure what to do. Her shelter is whatever she pulls over her head to keep today's rain out.

Age 67, obvious mental issues, says God told her to stay in that parking lot until September. She also has various medical conditions.

How do we take of people that have mental issues?
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PWCPolitics.com shared Jeremy McPike's photo.

Prince William County, Virginia Suicide Awareness Walk, 2016.05.21, Sat.

Despite the rain, there was a good turnout at Forrest Park HS today ... for the 6 mile walk that was shortened to 3 miles ... on account of the rain.

When interviewed, Noah said that he was glad that it was shortened to 3 miles ... he had to get back to the Ark to finish checking for any leaks. Yes, it has been that rainy around here as of late.
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Honored to be with Congressman Gerry Connolly at the Forest Park Suicide Awareness Walk today to bring awareness to this critical issue. Reach out to others with kindness. Bring a message of hope. Know the signs and don't be afraid to ask for help. 1-800-273-TALK

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PWCPolitics.com shared Walk for Prince William's photo.

Join BOCS Supervisor Candland for the 2016 Walk for Prince William After Party at the QBE Headquarters (14606 Washington St, Haymarket) on May 21, 2016, from 6 PM to 8 PM.
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Join us for the 2016 Walk for Prince William After Party at the QBE Headquarters (14606 Washington St, Haymarket) on May 21, 2016, from 6 PM to 8 PM.

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PWC GOP - Meeting Call
Monday May 23rd, 2016

Dear Friends,

Just a reminder, please join us this Monday, May 23rd, at 7:00PM for some delicious red desserts, provided by our Republican Women’s Clubs, at Benton Middle School in Woodbridge for our monthly committee meeting. Come hear speaker, radio host, and author, Ed Morrissey, talk about his new book, “Going Red,” in which he identifies 7 pivotal counties, including our own Prince William County, that Republicans must win in November to secure the White House.

Please bring your friends, as we will be giving a signed copy of his book to the one who brings the most guests to this exciting event.

Ed will be offering signed copies of his book, which can be purchased for $25.00.

Also, don’t forget to wear your red as we will be giving a free signed book for the best dressed red Republican.

During this month’s meeting, we will be nominating and electing new committee board members. If you are interested running for any of the following positions: Vice Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, please contact Chairman Miller by this Friday, May 20th.

Please see the attached minutes from the April PWC committee meeting, which will be approved on Monday night.

By the authority of the Plans of Organization of the Republican Party of Virginia and the Prince William County Republican Committee, I hereby call a meeting of the Prince William County Republican Committee, to conduct its regular business on Monday May 23rd, 2016. The doors open at 7:00PM and the meeting will begin at 7:30PM. The meeting will be held at Benton Middle School, 7411 Hoadly Rd, Manassas, VA 20112.


1. Call to Order - 7:30 PM

2. Invocation & Pledge of Allegiance - 7:30 PM

3. Approval of previous meeting’s minutes - 7:35 PM

4. Special Speaker, Ed Morrissey 7:40 PM

5. Executive Board Nominations and Elections 8:30 PM

6. Report of Magisterial Districts - 8:35 PM

7. Report of Republican Clubs - 8:40 PM

8. New Business - 8:45 PM
- Community Engagement - DJ Jordan
- Events – Operations

9. Chairman's Report – 8:50 PM
- Treasurer’s Report - Bob Pugh

10. Adjourn - 9:00 PM

The Chair reserves the right to recognize elected officials at any time for the purposes of remarks, announcements or a report.

Warm Regards,
Dottie Miller,
Email: chairman@pwcgop.gop
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