Kingwood Area Republican Women




April General Meeting




State Representative Dan Huberty was sworn in to serve District 127 in the Texas House of Representatives on January 11, 2011.  He has been re-elected to this seat three times and has served in four legislative sessions.  In the most recent 85th Legislature, Huberty was named the Chairman of House Committee on Public Education.  He has been lauded as a fair, but firm chairman who runs efficient and effective hearings.  He also serves on the House Committee on Pensions this session. 

In his role as Chairman, Huberty carried several very important pieces of legislation relation to public education.  The most important being a plan to begin to fix the antiquated public school finance system and the legislation to make necessary adjustments to the newly-implemented public school accountability system, which passed late in the session. With regard to states rights, Huberty upholds the 10th amendment because he believes Texans, not congress or federal beaucrats know what is best for our state.  He wants his children and grandchildren the opportunity to grow up and enjoy the quality of life he has experienced.

 Huberty was also instrumental in bringing the issue of annexation to the forefront of policy discussion.  He fought valiantly for property owners to have a right to vote on whether or not they want to be annexed instead of being forcefully annexed against their will.  Having helped to increase the homestead exemption from $10,000 to $25,000, he will continue to fight to lower property taxes so people can afford to stay in their homes or have more money to spend on family.

Huberty will give an update on what has happened in the Legislature in 2017 with regard to border security and human trafficking.  He will also speak about what plans are being continued in 2018 about flood prevention efforts in Kingwood; current construction updates about TxDot/Hwy. 59 and Interstate 99 and how our area will be affected.

Dan, his wife, Janet, children, Brianna, Ryan and Dylan and yellow labs, Rocky and Bullwinkle live in Walden on Lake Houston.  They are active parishioners at Saint Martha’s Catholic Church. 


Date:  April 25, 2018

Time:  11:00 a.m. Meet and Greet
            11:30 a.m. Program/Lunch

Place:  Walden on Lake Houston Country Club
             18100 Walden Forest Drive
             Humble, Texas 77436


* RSVP by clicking on the General meeting Button at the top of this page.


Kingwood Area Republican Women

Present Our

Spring Fashion Show and Luncheon

Wednesday, May 23  11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Walden on Lake Houston Country Club

Clothing and Accessories furnished by:  Chico’s of Kingwood

*Vendor Fair including:  Pampered Chef, Shaklee cosmetics, LuLaRoe Clothing, Kingwood Wrappers, Mary Frances Purses, At Home with Jenny, Esther Edwards Jewelry, Children’s Books, and more…

*Silent Auction Themed Gift Baskets for bidding

Watch your inbox for your Punchbowl invitation and bring a friend or two for a day of fashion, food, shopping, and fun!



Some people have had difficulty with the Punch Bowl Invitations to the General Meetings that are emailed to you so to help everyone out we have created a cheat sheet.

Steps to RSVPing by Punchbowl

1)     Open your email

2)     Open Invitation

3)     Click on Continue to RSVP: A screen will come up asking for the number you are RSVPing for click on the number. Another screen will come up saying you have RSVP. Close that screen and you will be back to the invitation.

4) On the righthand side of your screen Read the Instructions,

A. Click on the Hosted by to see who has responded

B. Click on the Share if you would like to share the invitation with a friend.

C. Click on the Poll if you do not want lunch otherwise it will be assumed you are having lunch. This is required as we need to have a count for Walden Country Club.

E. Click on Donation to pay for lunch if you want to pay on line through Pay Pal. You will be asked how much you would like to donate. Type in the amount of Money for the number of lunches you are purchasing.

Example: $20 for one lunch $40 for two.


Calling All Vendors…

Kingwood Area Republican Women will be hosting a Spring Fashion Show on Wednesday, May 23 at 11:30 a.m. at Walden on Lake Houston Country Club.  We are looking for vendors to promote sales of their products.

We are looking for vendors that sell:

·        Jewelry

·        Purses/handbags/leather goods

·        Candles/home fragrances

·        Fashion accessories/clothing

·        Home décor

·        Cosmetics/spa products

If interested, please call:  M’Liss Painter 951-201-9443


Save the Date:

The Northwest Forest Republican Women are hosting a "Salute to Ted Poe" to honor his many years of service to our community.

The dinner will be held Monday May 14th at Raveneaux Country Club starting at 6:30 p.m.

Ed Emmett will emcee and  Kevin Brady and Jack Cagle will give tributes to his time served in congress and as a Harris County Judge.

Formal invitations will follow shortly but I would like for you to share this information with your members.

Thanks and hope to see you soon


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Campaign Hours


REMINDER TO MEMBERS, PLEASETurn in your Campaign Hours to Betty at the February 28th Meeting.

Campaign Hours submitted for 2017 are 16,139


DISCLAIMER: Political advertising paid for by Kingwood Area Republican Women PAC, Regina Thompson, Treasurer, P.O. Box 5906, Kingwood, TX 77325-5906. Political contributions are not tax deductible for Federal Income Tax purposes. Per the Texas Ethics Commission, all income must be reported and cannot be received from corporations. The information provided here is not an endorsement of any candidate. Kingwood Area Republican Women, its President, nor its Campaign Activities Chairperson endorse candidates. 


DISCLAIMER: Political advertising paid for by Kingwood Area Republican women PAC, Regina Thompson, Treasurer, P.O. Box 5906, Kingwood, TX 77325-5906. Political contributions are not tax deductible for Federal Income Tax.
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