Don K to speak at January 15, 2022 General Meeting

Published on 12/31/21

The first General Membership meeting of 2022 will be held on January 15, from noon to 1 p.m., at Flathead Electric Cooperative Community Room, 2510 U.S. Highway 2 E, Kalispell. Our guest speaker for January is Don “K” Kaltschmidt, Chairman of the MT GOP. Chairman Kaltschmidt will be speaking on the MT GOP, the upcoming primary election, and how FCRW can assist the MT GOP. Please come to the meeting prepared with questions for Chairman Kaltschmidt. Community members are welcome to attend. It’s a great opportunity to meet our amazing members! See you all on January 15!

October’s General Meeting

Published on 10/16/21

This month’s meeting will be a full meeting! Club officers candidates will be given an opportunity to introduce themselves in preparation for our upcoming elections in November. We will give you a chance to meet city council candidates and also have a presentation from Rep. Derek Skees on the redistricting.

Flathead Electric Cooperative 2510 US Highway 2 East, Kalispell Time: 11:45PM – 1:00PM

Please Note: Lunch tickets will be sold at the the door for $12.00. The lunch will be catered by Sweetly Spoiled and it will be on a first come, first served basis.

September’s General Mtg – Voter Integrity

Published on 09/18/21

We are so excited about seeing you all again at our fall kickoff FCRW lunch meeting on Saturday, September 18, 2021 at the Flathead Electric Cooperative Community meeting room located at:

Flathead Electric Cooperative
2510 US Highway 2 East, Kalispell
Time: 11:45PM – 1:00PM

IMPORTANT: We need at least three members at the September meeting to volunteer to be on a nomination committee to prepare a list of nominations of board members for 2022-2023 board members. We will notify our members in October and vote on the slate of officers at the November meeting.

Please Note: Lunch tickets will be sold at the the door for $12.00. Please RSVP with Sandy Smith via phone call or email: (406) 314-3341 – no later than Monday, September 13th at 5:00PM. Lunch will be catered by Sweetly Spoiled Cakes and we will need a headcount so we have enough food.

Sweetly Spoiled

Sweetly Spoiled

Published on 06/17/21

Date: June 23, 2021
Time: 6-8 pm
Place: Sweetly Spoiled
8200 Hwy. 2 W., Marion MT
Host: Flathead County Republican Women (FCRW)
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FCRW members would like to invite you to an evening gathering of like-minded women. If you are new to our organization, curious about our organization, or you are presently a member who would like to welcome new members, please join us for a fun filled evening of pastries, trivia, and sharing.

Let the Raffle Begin!

Published on 04/20/21

Help us protect your “American Way” and personal freedoms. Proceeds go to fund Republican candidates in the 2022 election.

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For further information, or to pick up a packet of tickets to sell, contact Evie Cahalen at 406-871-9222 or by email at

See our “Raffle” page

Delivering Ribbons to Winners

Published on 02/12/21

Congratulations to “Sugar Sweet Cupcakes” for Best of Show.

Best of Show

34th Annual Chocolate Extravaganza

Published on 12/03/20

Another Chocolate Extravaganza in the books…

Making Our Voices Heard for Judge Amy

Published on 10/26/20

With less than 24 hours we rounded up some great volunteers to show our support at Sen. Jon Tester’s office. We asked him to support the confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett.

NBC Montana News

Judge Amy Coney Barrett

Next General Meeting – Oct. 19

Published on 10/16/20

Rep Matt Regier

Rep. Matt Regier will be presenting on the initiatives on the ballot, answering any questions we might have, and giving us an update on what the projects the Republican for Freedom PAC has accomplished during this election cycle.

Speed Campaigning

Published on 09/25/20

Speed Campaigning

So what is “Speed Campaign” you ask? At our last general meeting we invited our local Republican candidates to join us for lunch. The table were numbered and Barb Blum brought her “Liberty” bell and timer. Barb kept track of the time and each candidate visited with our members until the “Liberty” bell rang and they picked up their lunch and moved to the next table. After forty-five minutes, the candidates were able to make a full circle around the room and introducing themselves, telling about their campaign and answering questions.

Speed Campaigning with members

From the feedback I received, it was enjoyed by our members and the candidates thought is was productive.

A special “thank you” goes to Derek Oestreicher from Helena. We appreciate you making the trip and sharing with our members on how we can help with poll watching and thus help President Trump with a fair and honest election process.

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