The Hispanic Republicans of Brazos Valley will be hosting a Meet & Greet on Wednesday, October 23, 2013, 7:00-9:00pm at La Riviera Restaurant. Let's all get to know each other!
Let's join the Burleson County GOP, our friends directly to the south, in their FALL FEST! Monday, October 21, 6:30pm at the Caldwell Civic Center. Texas GOP Chairman Steve Munisteri will give the keynote address on how we can keep Texas a Red State in 2014 and beyond!
Also joining us will be special guest Representative Bill Flores to update us on the activities in Congress and pay tribute to Bill Giesenschlag's service to the Burleson County GOP.
The $25 dinner will include steak strips, mashed potatoes, green beans, salad and dessert catered by Mantey's. Gabe Macek will provide the music. Click here for more information and to RSVP.
How many times do you have a volunteer or conservative activist ask “what can I do?” to help the conservative or GOP cause? We know the feeling. This conference will educate, inform, and arm your grassroots leaders with the tools they need heading into the very crucial 2014 election season. Whether it is defeating the efforts of Battleground Texas, the “I want to, but know how to reach out to African American or Hispanics”, the Do’s and Don’ts of working with your local tea party, or you just want to increase voter turnout, this conference has something for you! We have assembled a fantastic array of experts to help with your local efforts. Come on over to Aggieland and let’s get started together! Click for more info!
Fiestas Patrias will be held on Sunday September 22 and should prove to be lots of fun! The yearly event brings an estimated 25,000 people each year to the Historical Downtown Bryan District. HRBV is planning on having a float in this year's Fiestas Patrias parade and hosting a booth downtown.
Saturday (Sept. 21)
Parade Float Decorating: Help decorate the trailer on Saturday, Sept. 21st at 10am at 1918 South Texas Ave. (across from the new Wal-Mart in Bryan).
Sunday (Sept. 22)
Parade: Volunteer on Sunday to help get the HRBV float in line, ride and ensure folks who ride are secure. Please join us and our float at 11:30 a.m. at the corner of Sandy Point Rd and William Joel Bryan (in front of St. Teresa Catholic Church). Parade will begin promptly at 12 noon and end at 1 pm. Please plan on wearing a red shirt or your HRBV shirt.