Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels Friday, October 25, 2019 Ocotillo Room – Kino Conference Center, Quail Creek Coffee and Socializing – 9:00 AM Meeting Begins at 9:30 AM
October meeting of the Quail Creek Republican Club will continue the
focus on border security issues. Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels
will visit Quail Creek. The meeting is on Friday, October 25rd beginning at 9:00 AM in the Ocotillo Room at the Kino Conference Center.
Sheriff Dannels is a 35 year veteran of law enforcement. He is a member
of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Advisory Council, and a
current member of the National Sheriff’s Association where he serves as
the Immigration and Border Security Chairman. Sheriff Dannels has been
recognized and awarded the Medal of Valor, Western States Sheriff of the
Year, and National Police Hall of Fame.
Sheriff Dannels will provide an insider look at what is happening at our
southern border. Don’t miss his exciting and informative address!
Quail Creek Republican Club Meeting
Friday, September 20, 9:00AM
Ocotillo Room-Quail Creek Kino Conf. Cntr.
Featured Speaker: Virginia Staab (Consul General- U.S. Consulate; Nogales, Mexico)
Staab is a career diplomat with the U.S. State Department since
2003. She began her current posting in August 2017 as Consul General
for the U.S. Consulate in Nogales, Mexico.
to this assignment, she was the Director of International Narcotics and
Law Enforcement Affair Section in Guatemala. She led the collaboration
between the Government of the United States and the Government of
Guatemala, community organizations and non- governmental organizations
to improve the capacities of democratic institutions, anti-drug
programs, anti-gang programs and youth support, as well as support for
the justice sector reform.
she was the Public Affairs Officer of the United States Embassy in
Lisbon, administering all the cultural and press affairs of the Mission
and acting as the official Embassy spokesperson. Prior to this, Gini
served as Deputy Spokesperson for the Western Hemisphere Affairs Section
at the State Department in Washington, D.C.
joining the Foreign Service, she had a long career in the private
sector as Marketing Director for an international, corporate law firm
based in San Francisco. Prior diplomatic assignments include Bogotá,
London, Lisbon and Washington, D.C. She was born in San Francisco, is
married and has two children.
Quail Creek Republican Club Meeting Friday, August 23rd, 9:00AM Ocotillo Room-Quail Creek Kino Conf. Cntr. Featured Speaker: Andy Biggs U.S. House of Representatives- Arizona, 5th District
Biggs stands firmly for conservative principles in the U.S. House of
Representatives. Socialize with the Congressman over coffee at 9:00
A.M.; the program will begin at 9:30 A.M.
Andy Biggs is an Arizona native and currently serving his second term
in the U.S. House of Representatives. Congressman Biggs received his
bachelor’s degree in Asian Studies from Brigham Young University; his
M.A. in Political Science from Arizona State University; and his J.D.
degree from the University of Arizona. He is a retired attorney, who has
been licensed to practice law in Arizona, Washington, and New Mexico.
Most recently, Congressman Biggs served in the Arizona Legislature for
14 years – the last four as the Arizona Senate President. He was awarded
“Champion of the Taxpayer” from Americans for Prosperity for his
cumulative service in the Arizona legislature, and has been honored
numerous times by the Goldwater Institute as a “Friend of Liberty.” He
lives in Gilbert with his wife of 35 years, Cindy. They have six
children and five grandchildren.
The “Biggs for Congress”campaign
will also be holding a fundraising luncheon following the meeting at
11:30 AM in the Madera ballroom. Support Congressman Biggs’ reelection
campaign by reserving your seat at the luncheon for $75 pp. See flyer
(next page) for more information.
Quail Creek Republican Club invites you to their 1st Annual BBQ Social for QCRC members and individuals who would like to join the club.
When: Friday, August 2nd Time: 5:00 pm -7:00 pm Where: Copper Room & Patio at Madera Clubhouse Cost: $16.00 per person, includes Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Beans, Chips & Ice Tea. No Host Bar will be available.
Quail Creek Republican Club Meeting
Friday, June 21, 900AM
Ocotillo Room-Quail Creek Kino Conf. Cntr.
Featured Speaker: Drew Sexton
Arizona State Director – Republican National Committee
We are very excited to introduce Drew Sexton, our Arizona State Director for the Republican National Committee and the man who will work tirelessly to re-elect President Donald Trump and Arizona Republicans in 2020. Drew has worked as the Campaign Manager for Moses Sanchez, Mayoral Candidate for Phoenix; on the Public Affairs and Communications Staff of Governor Jan Brewer; as an Account Executive for HighGround, Inc.; for the Matt Salmon for Congress campaign focusing on campaign strategy, volunteer and community relations, and grassroots organization building; and on various campaigns working on social media, website, and press releases. Drew knows campaigning!
Drew is a graduate of Arizona State University with a BA in Political Science and Economics. His passion for building coalitions to elect quality candidates, improve government, and Make America Great Again has been demonstrated in his successful campaign efforts and his get out the vote results. We look forward to hearing from Drew and learning what we can do in Quail Creek to re-elect President Trump and Republicans throughout the great State of Arizona.
Quail Creek Republican Club Meeting Friday, May 17, 900AM location change: Madera Clubhouse Ballroom Featured Speaker: Mark Spencer Judicial Watch
Mark retired from the Phoenix Police Department in January 2012 after a twenty-five-year career in which he and the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association (PLEA) team cultivated powerful community partnerships and facilitated unprecedented bipartisan support for rights of Arizona law enforcement.
Since February 2012 he has been based out of Phoenix, Arizona as the Southwest Projects Coordinator for Judicial Watch. Mark facilitates investigations, development & community outreach, media relations, FOIA requests and litigative support for the non-partisan non-profit government accountability group. He currently serves in a chaplain capacity for the National Border Patrol Council (representing 15,000 BP agents), National Federation of Republican Assemblies and the Usual Suspects (a non-profit retired police motorcycle club). Mark is the author of A Moment In Time and is the founder and co-director of Bema Investments (www.bemainvestments.org), a non-profit corporation which teaches Judeo-Christian leadership principles and facilitates charitable outreach efforts.
The Quail Creek Republican Club April Meeting is Friday, April 12, 900 a.m. in the Ocotillo Room of the Quail Creek Kino Conference Center. The Featured Speaker is Art Del Cueto, Vice President of the National Border Patrol Council
Art joined the Border US Patrol in 2003. Prior to joining the patrol, Art worked for a high custody level prison for the state of Arizona.
Art grew up in Douglas, Arizona, a city along the US/ Mexico border. He will tell you that the border was different and safer when he was a kid. Art learned early of the challenges border communities face. He has seen firsthand the growing dangers of international drug cartels. Today the violence and fear of the cartel is threatening to tear the social and familiar fabric that has bound Douglas, Arizona and Agua Prieta, Sonora together for generations.
In 2012, Art was elected President of the National Border Patrol Council Local 2544 by the membership. Local 2544 is the largest local in the NBPC with over 4500 members. Art was elected Vice President of the National Border Patrol Council in 2013. He is one the most knowledgeable people on the Arizona border politics, history and the cultural connections shared between sister cities separated by a border.
You will recognize Officer Del Cueto from his many appearances on Fox News and with President Trump. You can listen to Art’s podcast—The Green Line—at https://www.radiogreenline.com/