MRW takes pride in having a wide diversity of speakers talking about everything from national and political issues to local elections and community news.
Following is a list of the speakers we have hosted at our monthly meetings in 2020:
September 20 "fun-raiser" for MRW:
Jessie Jane Duff, Marine Gunnery Sergeant (ret.), discussing the state of our country and why this election is so crucial. Also, Jim O'Neill, candidate for NC Attorney General.
Shemeka Michelle, author and speaker, who shared why she "walked away" from the Democrat party and learned to be true to her own opinions and values. Also Tom McInnis, NC state senator, and Jamie Bowles, NC state representative.
Mark Robinson, candidate for Lt. Governor, and Dan Bishop, candidate for Congress from the 9th district,.
Tamara Barringer, candidate for the NC Supreme Court, E.C. Sykes, candidate for Secretary of State, and Catherine Truitt, candidate for Superintendent of Schools providedimpressive and compelling with reasons why we must elect them in November.
Southern Pines Police Chief Bob Temme, Moore Co. Sheriff Ronnie Fields, RNC Committeewoman candidate Kyshia Lineberger, Board of Education candidate Bob Levy, NC GOP vice chair Miriam Chu.
March 2020: David Hensley
David Hensley, local businessman and candidate for Moore County School Board, discussed the state of North Carolina's public schools.
February 2020: Candidate forum
A number of Republican candidates for public office had the opportunity to tell attendees about themselves prior to the March 3 primary election.
January 2020: Robert A. Taft
Mr. Taft, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for International, consultant to the US Defense Department and college professor, provided "10 tips on how to talk with Millennials.".