- This event has passed.
RCRC, April 2023 meeting
April 5 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
RCRC’s April meeting is upcoming
Just a quick reminder that we meet this coming Wednesday, April 5th at 6 p.m. (doors open at 5:30). Join us at Saddle Up Saloon, Route 125, Kingston. Bring your appetite and come thirsty! Our speakers are:
Melissa Blasek, who will give an informative analysis and data breakdown of just what happened in New Hampshire with the 2022 midterm elections. Melissa heads the NHGOP’s “Election Analysis Committee”. The report examines details around demographics, spending, messaging, voter mood, turnout data and more.
Come learn what happened in our midterms and how we can use this data moving forward for 2024.
Celeste Clark, executive director of the Raymond Coalition For Youth. Celeste will cover and give insight on a host of youth and family-related bills before the legislature this session.
Celeste has been involved in the field of substance misuse prevention and community building for since 2000. She founded RCFY, a grassroots community coalition that has been built into a nationally recognized and respected organization.
Celeste holds certificates in nonprofit management from Marlboro College, the CADCA (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America) National Coalition Institute, Juvenile Diversion Certification from Georgetown University and NAMI Suicide Prevention Connect facilitator certification. She stays current in her knowledge of substance misuse prevention and suicide prevention by attending annual conferences, taking advantage of online and in person learning opportunities and by being connected to her community and the issue of substance misuse.
Celeste is also the recipient of the 2023 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences – Innovation and Leadership Award.
Please remember to use Saddle Up’s back parking lot. As always, our meetings are open to registered Republicans and our invited guests.
(Pictured is Celeste Clark (center) with Reps. Walsh, Ball, Cahill and Drago)