BEAVERCREEK — The Beavercreek Republican Women’s Club invites the community to attend the annual Christmas Dinner and program as they welcome keynote speaker Becky Lynch.
The dinner will take place 6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 7 at the Beavercreek Golf Club, 2800 New Germany-Trebein Road.
The keynote speaker Becky Lunch of Mentor is Kent State graduate and Ohio Federation of Republican Women-Ohio Republican Women Online President.
Lynch, one of seven children, was born in Zanesville, in 1958. After a strong traditional childhood Becky attended Kent State University and graduated in 1980 with a BA in Spanish. She was a foreign exchange student in Mexico for two years which prompted her to move to San Diego. Becky returned to Ohio two years later, married her husband Michael Lynch, and started a family.
Lynch worked in the corporate world for several years but was suddenly faced with an unexpected challenge. In 1992 she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. With the help of her close family, she accepted her health issues but would not let the diagnosis bring her down. Becky started Lakeline Publishing and launched two community magazines in Ashtabula and Lake Counties.
Becky and her husband have always been very active in their communities. Currently they live in Lake County, where she is a strong supporter of local elections and has held elected offices on the Republican Central Committee, Executive Committee, and was Alternate Delegate on the Mitt Romney RNC in 2012.
In recent years, Lynch has been very involved with the Ohio Federation of Republican Women after meeting Jean Turner during the Romney campaign. She presently is President of www.orwostatewide.com which is a statewide on-line club of NFRW/OFRW based in Ohio. She strongly believes that “local clubs hold the key to OFRW’s energy and passion.”
In addition to her family and political interests Becky is writing books. “Third Term” was published in 2008. “Third Tear,” her second book, shines a light on the “Third Tear” which is known as the charitable sector of society and not meant to be controlled by government influence. Becky’s most recent book, “Third Fight” focuses on “The Republic for Which It Stands.”
As keynote speaker Lynch will be sharing her views and insights from her vast local, national and international experiences.
The dinner social time will begin at 6 p.m. followed by dinner at 6:30 p.m. A cash bar will be available. Reservations are $28 per person. Send your check payable to BRWC to Mrs. Virginia Frederick, 4031 Tonawanda Trail, Beavercreek, OH 45430. Guests are welcome. For further information call 937-426-3464.