P. O. Box 464 Napa, CA 94559

We are affiliated with the National Federation of Republican Women (http://www.nfrw.org)
We are part of the California Federation of Republican Women (http://www.cfrw.org) 
We are a club in the North Bay Region, Northern Division of CFRW (http://www.cfrwnd.org)


2044 Airport Road, at the Napa Airport


LUNCH ~ $35
Cash or Check at the door
Credit Card online only


11:00 a.m. Registration / 11:30 a.m. Business Meeting

12:00 p.m. Lunch / 12:30 p.m. Program


Reservations: rsvprepwomen@gmail.com
Please respond by: Monday, February 5, 2018
SPEAKER: Lee Shaw, Senior Chaplain
Napa County Law Enforcement, Fire &
EMS Chaplaincy

Napa County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy program began in 1996 for the purpose of serving the employees of the Napa Police Department, as well as the citizens of our community. 

Soon their work became recognized as valuable by other agencies and, thus, they now serve all law enforcement and fire service agencies within the city and county of Napa.  They proudly serve these agencies, their families, and the citizens of Napa, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Law Enforcement and Fire Service Chaplaincy of Napa County - “Providing immediate crisis support for emergency personnel, victims & families”.  For more information about the Chaplaincy, go to napachaps.com.


California Federation of Republican Women
Capitol Update
Thursday, January 11, 2018
Allison Olson, CFRW Legislative Advocate 
Earlier this week, Governor Brown released his last tentative budget ever.  The budget once again breaks records at $132 billion.  It is the largest spending plan in our state's history. 

While the Governor is urging his predecessor to be prudent because "a recession is lurking", Brown still manages to spend more than ever. With bonds and special funds, Governor Brown's spending plan tops $190 billion.  

Don't be fooled by the proposed $10 billion to be squirreled away in our state's "Rainy Day Fund", because it has to get there first. 

Now starts the 5 months of Democrat legislative negotiating before the Governor's May Revise Budget.  Our state Democrats see a surplus as a spending spree, and with the gas tax increase, make no mistake that revenue promised to fix our roads and infrastructure will go anywhere but. 

While this is mostly speculation, we do have a lot of history to draw on for examples of mismanaged budgets and general fund shell games. Just click HERE or HERE to refresh your memory.  This is just the beginning of the budget battles, so stay tuned! 




By Jack Gray, Director
Napa County Taxpayers Association
December 2017

Republican candidate for governor, Travis Allen (pictured), recently claimed California’s taxes are "among the highest in the nation."  Looking at some of the most important tax categories, including income, sales and gasoline taxes, there’s a lot of truth to his claim.  California has the highest top tier income tax and the highest state sales tax in the nation. 

Property taxes in California have continued to rise after being significantly lowered by Proposition 13 in 1978.  This has occurred largely as a result of local bond measures (such as school bonds) and other local district tax measures.  Our local measures include the San Francisco Bay Area restoration parcel tax, water, sewer and garbage taxes and, for some, a homeowners association tax.

In recent years, top Democrats in California have deflected criticism about the state’s high taxes by pointing to strong employment and GDP growth. Governor Jerry Brown, for example, has repeatedly pointed to more than two million jobs California has created since he returned to office in 2011.

California has the only solution for global warming in the nation which results in added cap and trade taxes on our energy sources.

Brown also recently signed a very unpopular bill adding a 12 cent per gallon increase in the state’s gasoline tax.  This made California’s gas tax the second highest in the nation after it went into effect November 1, 2017.  Brown has labeled those opposed to this bill as, “freeloaders“.  A campaign to repeal this bill has been initiated.

California’s economy has succeeded despite its high taxes. Some people move to California in spite of the taxes, because of other positive benefits.  There’s good weather, high-tech jobs in "Silicon Valley“, great universities, Hollywood, etc. which make it worth paying the taxes for some.



  • Canine Guardians Assistance Dogs

    NVRWF Speaker
    November 9, 2017

    Rochelle Heskett, President

    To Donate:


    Canine Guardians is an accredited nonprofit organization located in the beautiful Napa Valley.

    Our Mission --
    To provide trained service dogs to assist & enrich the daily lives of a variety of people in need, physically or emotionally.

    ♦ Canine Guardians not only helps with physical needs, but can heal emotional wounds, as well.

    ♦ Returning veterans suffering from PTSD are in serious need of relief from their fears, dark dreams and unwanted paranoia that haunt them constantly. 

    ♦ Our dogs comfort veterans with amazing calm, love, and understanding. They wake them from nightmares and give them the feeling of safety in public.

    ♦ They have their back and are always there when needed the most.  



    Written as a pamphlet by William John Henry Boetcker (1873-1962), an ordained Presbyterian Minister:

    1. You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift.
    2. You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong.
    3. You cannot help the little men by tearing down the big men.
    4. You cannot lift the wage earner by tearing down the wage payer.
    5. You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich.
    6. You cannot establish sound security on borrowed money.
    7. You cannot further the brotherhood of man by inciting class hatred.
    8. You cannot keep out of trouble by spending more than you earn.
    9. You cannot build character & courage by destroying initiative & independence.
    10. You cannot help men permanently by doing for them what they can & should do for themselves.


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