22 Jan
2007
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State of the NYYRC – 2007

At the New York Young Republican Club’s January 17, 2007, general meeting, I gave the following address about where we’ve been in 2006, and where we are going in 2007.

In the tradition of transparency and accountability that are the benchmarks of any successful democratically-elected organization, I would like to take a few minutes to present to you the state of New York Young Republican Club as it stands at the beginning of this New Year. I will review for you the accomplishments of 2006, and I will also present a series of projects and ideas for the coming months that I believe will help the Club continue to grow in 2007.

The benchmarks that offer the clearest picture of this organization’s success are its total membership and its fundraising performance. While fundraising does include the generous contributions of Club alumni and supporters, the yearly dues that members pay to join this organization are our principal source of fundraising. Consequently, building a larger membership is key to maintaining a successful operation.

As of December 31, 2006, this organization…
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  • It was a great speech Rick and 2007 holds great things for our club under your leadership!