Kingwood Area Republican Women


We will have two speakers at our October 24 general meeting.  David Balat, past candidate for CD 2, will give a recap of a study that he has been asked to make pertaining to health care and health care industry.

Our keynote speaker will be Captain Toby Hecker with Constable Mark Herman's office.  He will be giving a presentation on Human Trafficking.  TFRW has decided to focus its statewide Caring for America efforts on Human Trafficking.  This year, we are combining Human Trafficking Awareness with Domestic Violence Awareness month (October).  The Family Time Crisis Center supports victims of human trafficking.  



David Balat, a past candidate for Congressional District 2, has been a professional healthcare executive and a former hospital CEO who specialized in finance and business development. He received his undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Houston and his Masters of business Administration and Masters of Healthcare Administration from the University of Houston-Clear Lake. He began his own consulting firm that specialized in turning around struggling health care organizations and developed a reputation for rescuing troubled businesses.  As a result, he is credited for turning around numerous companies and creating many jobs in the Houston area.  He will give a recap of a study that he has been asked to make pertaining to health care and the health care industry.





Our Keynote Speaker, Captain John Hecker, is a graduate of Brigham Young University and the prestigious Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Institute-Leadership Command College.  Captain Hecker works in Mark Herman’s office and joined Harris County Precinct 4, Constable’s office in 2004.  After serving with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, he and his division spent several years patrolling the Lake Houston area before being assigned to Criminal Investigations.  While in the Criminal Investigations Division, he was assigned to work and supervise several areas including Vice, Family Violence, Burglary & Theft and High Tech Crimes, Undercover Operations and Human Trafficking and was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant.  He remained there until March, 2016 where he earned and was promoted to the rank of Captain. His presentation will be given on Human Trafficking.



October 24, 2018

Walden on Lake Houston Country Club 18100 Walden Forest Drive,  Humble, Texas 77346       

Check-in and Social 11:00 AM

Payment can be made on the Website by clicking on the General Meeting Button or on the Punchbowl invitation both ways are through PayPal. If you wish to mail in your payment,  we accept company and personal checks, but no corporate checks.  Please make checks payable to: KARW Regina Thompson, Treasurer, P. O. Box 5906, Kingwood, Tx 77325-5906.  
Call VP/Programs/Reservations Betty Newton (713) 444-5006 regarding questions or reservations information                                                                                                                  


ELection Day is November 6th more Info to come



October is Battered Womans Month

 Family Time is our Local Shelter for Battered,Abused, and Women and Children caught up in the Sex Trafficking Trade

Family Time has a very simple Wish List.  KARW would like to see if we can fill some of the request on this Wish List. All the food, clothing, and Toliterries that Family Time uses come from Donations. If you can purchase some items or if you would like to donate monies for us to purchase items now is your chance to do so. We will have a table set up at the September Meeting for you to drop off donations of money or goods for donations. We also will have the Table out in October. We will make the Donation to Family Time at the end of October.

We hope you will open your heart to our less fortunate sisters because it is only by the grace of GOD that we are not in their situations.

Family Time Wish List

Soups , Spaghetti Sauce, Kitchen Spices, Cans of Chili, Children’s Snacks

Juices and Powered Drinks, Bottle Water, Baby Formula,

 Body Wash, Fabuloso, Canned TomatoesCanned Meats, Lasagna Noodles

Jars of Jelly, Cooking Oil, Salad Dressing, Ketchup, Mustard, Mayonnaise

Laundry Soap, Aluminum Foil, Saran Wrap, Bleach, Clorox Wipes, 

Disposable Gloves, Toilet Paper, Paper Towels



Christmas is comming and KARW will be collecting Toys for Judge Korduba's Toy Drive. If you would like to help you can bring the Toys to anyone of KARWS meetings.



Campaign Hours


REMINDER TO MEMBERS, PLEASE turn in your Campaign Hours to Betty. You can submit your hours by calling BETTY NEWTON, VICE PRESIDENT PROGRAMS/RESERVATIONS FOR KARW AT 713-444-5006 OR by SENDING AN EMAIL TO, 



Folk and KARW work Together

The Kingwood Libraary is still recovering from the Flood. Members of Kingwood Area Republican Women can help by saving unwanted, gentely used items such as:

Audio Books, E-Books, Movies, and Books

Store these items in your home untill such time as friends of the Library-Kingwood can accept our Donated items. We look forward to a remodeled,rebuilt Kingwood Library!

Nancy Fulton

KARW Literacy Chairman



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