Welcome to Republican Women of Okaloosa Federated (RWOF). We are part of the largest and most active political organization dedicated to women in America. Founded in 1938, the National Federation of Republican Women is one of the largest grassroots political organizations in the country.
The objective of our organization is to strengthen the Republican Party by educating and empowering Republican women in the political process and provide a forum for them to serve as leaders in their communities
Our monthly programs are designed to keep you better informed about National, State, and Local candidates as well as crucial issues that face our community, state and nation.
As we say goodbye to 2020, we know that 2021 will be filled with many challenges for all of us. We must be vigilant and steadfast in our support of the Republican party and our President. Our freedoms and our American way of life have been targeted vigorously, in favor of socialism, by the new liberalized democrat party for the last four years. We cannot give up our fight, our future and our children’s future depends on it. Your membership means a great deal and we would be pleased for you to join us. Help us make sure America stays great!
Congratulations to RWOF's two non-traditional scholarship recipients! Rungsima (Ronnie) Kokis of Fort Walton Beach and Leslie Fuller of Niceville.
Pictured (l-r) Ronnie Kokis, Linda Gail Martin, Billie Chappell, Linda Flowers, President Maddie McNeal and Leslie Fuller.
Rungsima (Ronnie) Kokis was born in Bangkok, Thailand and became a naturalized citizen in May 1977. She attended Fort Walton Beach High School and is currently attending Northwest Florida State College. Ronnie had been trying to get her degree from FULLSAIL University for the past four years, but due to medical reasons had to halt her studies. Ronnie is married, has three children, and does volunteer work at an animal shelter. Her field of study is Graphic Design, and she is expected to graduate at the end of 2022.
Leslie Fuller was born in Pine Bluff, Arkansas and is a student/homemaker. Leslie is a Pastor’s wife and a mother of six children, both biologically and through adoption. She is a graduate student in the College of Social Work at Florida State University. After graduating with her MSW, Leslie plans to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in children and families that have experienced trauma.
Thank you to Linda Flowers serving as Chairman along with committee members Linda Gail Martin and Billie Chappell.
September 1, 2021 Welcome to new member Lisa Panos, daughter of Scholarship Committee Member Linda Gail Martin
Renewing members Ann Anderson and School Board Chair Tim Bryant
Republican Women of Okaloosa Federated appreciate
Governor Ron DeSantis
To aid in his re-election campaign, RWOF will match up to $500 any amount of donations received at our meetings. Cash or checks payable to RWOF can be placed in the campaign can or mailed to Treasurer Kay Hébert.
Good luck Governor!
Oct 6, 2021 Wyndham Garden Resort 573 Santa Rosa Blvd Okaloosa Island 32548 12:00 lunch
Representative T. Patterson Maney Retired General & Judge
Buffet: Lemon chicken picatta, honey garlic pork tenderloin, roasted red bliss potatoes, sauteed green beans, house saled, warm rolls
Dessert: Carrot cake
$18 for members $20 for guests
RWOF Mail Address
RWOF PO Box 1202 Shalimar FL 32579
Annual Dues $40
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