Upcoming Program Chairs 2021
January - Megan Page
February - Byron Matson
March - Megan Page ( candidate forums)
April - Open
May - Open
June - Brad Pollitt
July - Dean Manuel
August - Chris Woolery
September - Stan Cox
October - Doug Kneibert
November - Kim Lyne
December - Dean Dohrman
PETTIS COUNTY PACHYERM MEETING PROGRAMS--Friday @ 12:00 noon at Best Western, State Fair Motor Inn, 3120 South Limit Avenue:
March 5th--Candidate Forum Sedalia School District 200.
March 12th--Pettis County Health Department.
March 19th--Pettis County Ambulance District.
March 26th--Mike Sylvester, Grassroots Leadership Academy, will speak on the need for Court Reform in our State (the Missouri Plan).
Who Are the Pachyderms?
The National Federation of the Grand Order of Pachyderm Clubs, Inc. is an officially recognized allied organization of the Republican Party. Patterned after civic clubs, Pachyderm Clubs offer programs centered on politics and government. Pachyderm Clubs can be the continuity for the Republican Party from election to election in that unlike the party structure, Pachyderm Clubs remain active all year.
Pachyderm Clubs do not endorse issues or candidates in contested primary elections. This prohibition provides a neutral forum for the discussion of divisive issues within the Republican Party. In many communities, the Pachyderm Club has become a healing influence within the party and a subtle reminder that Republicans agree on a much larger number of issues than we disagree on.
The Pachyderm Club movement is one of the most practical means by which broad citizen participation in politics may be achieved.
Over 50 Pachyderm Clubs are located in 12 states around the U.S. and are growing every day. We are actively looking for individuals to help
Officers and Board Members and how to contact them, Membership Applications and meeting dates and location. Click this link---
Dean Dohrman introduces Carrie Almond, Missouri National Committee Womean to Republican National Committee to the Club on January 15, 2021.