Lt. Col. Allen West headlines Wicomico County Patriot’s Dinner to be held September 27th
Former Congressman and Iraqi war hero headlines election prelude and fundraiserThe Wicomico County Republican Central Committee is proud to announce their first Patriot’s Dinner will feature former Congressman, Lt. Col. Allen West.
“This will be an opportunity for local residents to meet and hear one of the most famous conservatives to visit the Lower Shore within memory,” said Wicomico County Republican Party Chair Dave Parker. “West loves his country and its Constitution more than its government or his own skin color, and proves that people of every race can be Christian, patriotic, and conservative.”
A number of public and private events are slated with West:
4:30 p.m. – Private reception with the Salisbury University College Republicans.
5:00 p.m. – Allen West Guardian Roundtable, to benefit West’s Guardian Fund PAC. Donation is $1,000 for Host, $500 for Patron, $250 for Sponsor. Attendees also receive an autographed copy of West’s new book, Guardian of the Republic.
6:00 p.m. – VIP Reception and Pictures with West, to benefit the Maryland Republican Party. Donation is $150/person or $270/couple.
7:00 p.m. – Patriot’s Dinner featuring Allen West, to benefit the Lower Shore county Republican parties. Donation is $65/person or $115/couple.
The College Republican reception, Guardian Roundtable, and VIP Reception will be held at the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, 909 South Schumaker Avenue in Salisbury. The Patriot’s Dinner will be held at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center, 500 Glen Avenue in Salisbury. Attendees of the Guardian Roundtable or VIP Reception will also get free admission to the Patriot’s Dinner.
The Republican Central Committee asks that those interested in attending the VIP Reception or Patriot’s Dinner register and pay through their website: http://www.wicomicogop.org/allen-west-dinner/ or mail check payable to WCRCC with the mail-in form at the above site by September 20, to WCRCC, PO Box 252, Salisbury, MD 21803.
Dave Parker, WCRCC Chair