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  • started a recurring donation 2024-05-14 21:47:21 -0700
  • Twenty Years of Legal Marriage for Same-Sex Couples in the United States

     

     

     

    According to the authors of "Twenty Years of Legal Marriage for Same-Sex Couples in the United States", "...the United States was divided by heated debates over legalizing marriage for same-sex couples...The evidence review revealed that for LGBT individuals and same-sex couples, their children, and the general U.S. population, the benefits of access to legal marriage for same-sex couples are unambiguously positive...The new analyses found no evidence for a retreat from marriage; in fact, there was evidence for a possible 'increase' in marriage resulting from legalization of marriage between same-sex partners..." (RAND).

    The report demonstrates the significance of marriage, the benefits for families, neighborhoods, and the track record of success of same-sex couples.  Fact-based stories, reviews, and analyses were utilized to prove the positive consequences of same-sex marriage.

    The authors of the report studied the impacts of legal same-sex marriage, the impacts on children, communities, marriage rates, and attitudes in the general public.  These complex and deep questions built upon previous studies and are a fascinating read.  Visit here for the full report

    Source

    The RAND corporation is a "nonpartisan think tank whose original focus was national security.  It grew out of a research-and-development project (its name is a contraction of 'research and development') by Douglas Aircraft Co. for the Army Air Force in 1945"  (RAND Corporation). 

    Context

    Log Cabin Republicans is the largest organization representing LGBT Republicans and allies who support fairness, freedom, and equality for all Americans.

    February 11, 1967: Demonstration at The Black Cat Tavern, Los Angeles, California. A protest was held in response to a New Year's raid on the tavern and charges against patrons...

    November 1, 1978: Former California Governor Ronald Reagan's editorial letter in the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner is published. Reagan defended the constitutional rights of California teachers and denounced an initiative by State Senator John Briggs (Proposition 6). The initiative proposed the termination of teachers for "public homosexual conduct". The proposition was defeated at the ballot box with 58.4% of voters in opposition. (California Ballot Measures Database)

    The official date of our founding was March 2, 1986, yet that was the culmination of two years of private meetings, parties, discussions, and political efforts by a group of doctors, teachers, businessmen, and lawyers who all knew each other socially. LCROC was established on June 12, 1985 with the execution of our original Articles of Incorporation.

    Log Cabin Republicans of Orange County promotes a better future through fact-based information, commitment to our membership, reason, expertise, and experience. 

     

     

    Credit: Magic Media

  • published Boomers! Day in News and Announcements 2024-05-12 23:04:02 -0700

    Boomers! Day

     

     

    LCROC had a fun time at Boomers! in Irvine, California on Saturday, May 11, 2024.

    Boomers! was a time to celebrate our accomplishments as a chapter, have fun, and make great memories.

    Membership in LCROC is an excellent way to meet others, participate in political activities, and join together with allies. We welcome guests, whether with a member or as a visitor interested in discovering more about LCROC.

    Thank you to John Kristianson and Luxman Nathan for sponsoring the event to help make it possible. The ongoing and continued support is much appreciated. Additionally, we appreciate your trust in our organization and investment in our founding mission.

     

  • LCROC: Team Building for Good with Foster Love

     

     

     

    LCROC had the excellent opportunity to volunteer at Foster Love on Thursday, April 18, 2024.

    Foster Love improves the ways kids experience foster care. 

    "Foster Love began as a sports camp offering after-school enrichment to foster youth who otherwise could not afford the activity. As the charity grew, we've tackled larger problems including access to higher education, emergency resources, and more.

    Foster Love is a dynamic non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children in foster care. Our passionate team, comprised of adults and former foster youth, works tirelessly to ensure these vulnerable children are not forgotten or neglected. Through collaborations with individuals, companies, and community partners, we provide essential resources and educational opportunities for foster youth.

    Superhero boxes combat the uncertainty and depression children often feel while in foster care. The goal is to help foster youth feel S.U.P.E.R. (Self Assured, Uplifted, Proud, Empowered, & Resilient)!

    A Superhero Box is a kit filled with all the items you need to help children in care unleash their inner hero.  The interactive kit allows our sponsors to help decorate superhero items that are then donated to children in foster care nationwide." (Foster Love)

    Foster Care Facts: Youth typically spend about 20 months in foster care. 6% of all children in the U.S. will find themselves in the foster care system before they turn 18. There are approximately 430,000 children in foster care. 50% of the U.S. homeless population spend time in foster care. (Foster Love). The main reasons children enter foster care are neglect, drug use, and abuse by parents. Research has consistently shown that nearly 1 in 5 foster care youth are part of the LGBTQ community. In many circumstances, being LGBTQ is a part of the reason that they are in foster care. (Youth.gov)

  • LCROC at the UNDIVIDE US Film Premiere

    Left to right: Senior Account Manager at Iron Light Nico Zviovich, LCROC Interim Secretary Brendon M., and LCROC President Jesse B.

     

     

     

    LCROC helped to host a special screening of UNDIVIDE US on Monday, April 15, 2024 in Irvine, California.  

    "The audiences for this film are everyday Americans, leaders, and organizations who are looking to break the narrative cycle of toxic division and build bridges within their local communities. We will reach these audiences by hosting screenings in partnership with a network of state and community-based think tanks, key nonprofit organizations, civic groups, educators, and concerned citizens.

    Our distribution strategy will emphasize the film's call to action: that we must put toxic politics in its place and reclaim our ability to engage in important conversations where dialogue is open, respectful, and thoughtful.

    UNDIVIDE US challenges the idea that citizens who disagree are not capable of civil conversation and demonstrates the truth that, even in our differences, the American experiment is still alive and well.

    It exposes the power players in Washington DC as the true disruptors of peace, driving our legitimate differences to the brink of disaster. Hear from experts about the roots of this toxic polarization and learn how to counteract it in our local communities and lives.

    Aiming to awaken the silenced majority that seeks solutions rather than strife, UNDIVIDE US is not just a documentary; it’s a timely and urgent plea to reclaim the nation’s soul through self-governance, open discourse, and civic engagement." (UNDIVIDE US)

    The post-screening discussion was led by Kristi Kendall, the film's director and Carrie Conko, the film's producer. 

     

     

    P.C.: Nico Zviovich; UNDIVIDE US

  • published Happy Teacher Appreciation Week in News and Announcements 2024-04-14 17:49:56 -0700

    Happy Teacher Appreciation Week

     

     

    Log Cabin Republicans has its roots in the teaching profession and promoting the Constitutional rights of employees.

    As Dr. Brad Johnson explained, "Teachers, you will be the reason some students will want to become teachers...you will also be the reason many others will become successful in different fields, because you cared for them, believed in them and helped them...Culture is the sum of our everyday actions, both deliberate and incidental, that shape the environment, relationships, and outcomes within the school."

    Organization

    Log Cabin Republicans National is the largest organization representing LGBT Republicans and allies who support fairness, freedom, and equality for all Americans.

    Log Cabin Republicans has state and local chapters nationwide, full-time staff in Washington, DC, a federal political action committee, and state political action committees.

    The name of the organization is a reference to the first Republican President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, who was born in a Log Cabin. President Lincoln built the Republican Party on the principles of liberty and equality under the law.

    Log Cabin Republicans of California is the statewide chapter that helps plan events, communicate viewpoints, and represent members from all chapters within California.

    History of Log Cabin Republicans of Orange County

    February 11, 1967: Demonstration at The Black Cat Tavern, Los Angeles, California. A protest was held in response to a New Year's raid on the tavern and charges against patrons for "violating" Section 647(a) of California's Penal Code pertaining to "lewd or dissolute conduct". The Black Cat demonstration, as well as others, were a turning point in the defense of freedom.

    November 1, 1978: Former California Governor Ronald Reagan's editorial letter in the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner is published. Reagan defended the constitutional rights of California teachers and denounced an initiative by State Senator John Briggs (Proposition 6). The initiative proposed the termination of teachers for "public homosexual conduct". The proposition was defeated at the ballot box with 58.4% of voters in opposition. (California Ballot Measures Database)

    "The official date of our founding was March 2, 1986, yet that was the culmination of two years of private meetings, parties, discussions, and political efforts by a group of doctors, teachers, businessmen, and lawyers who all knew each other socially. LCROC was established on June 12, 1985 with the execution of our original Articles of Incorporation.

    Frank Ricchiazzi, who had started the Log Cabin Club of Los Angeles in 1977, was instrumental in helping us get started, attending our meetings and guiding us along in our political naivety. Some of the original members' names: Dr. Don Hagan, Dr. Drew Barris, Alex Wentzel (our first President), Robert Helms (our first Treasurer), John Sanders, Dick Anderson, Len Olds, and Hugh Rouse."

    Revised from reminiscences of Len Olds. April 14, 2020.

  • Addressing the Opioid Crisis Workshop

     

    An expert from the Orange County Health Agency will help us discover ways to build a safer and healthier community.  The workshop is part of LCROC’s commitment to provide resources for our members and solutions to the problems in our county.

    Attendees must RSVP.

    Membership in LCROC is an excellent way to meet others, participate in political activities, and join together with allies. We welcome guests, whether with a member or as a visitor interested in discovering more about LCROC. One of the greatest ways to contribute as a member is to refer friends and arrive early to greet visitors.

    Addressing the Opioid Crisis Workshop
    Thursday, June 6, 2024
    6:00-8:00 P.M.

    Location:
    Four Sons
    18421 Gothard Street, Suite 100,
    Huntington Beach, CA

    Includes light hors d'oeuvres: sliders, buffalo wings, lemon pepper wings, and one drink ticket.
    Four Sons has a selection of food and drink items for individual purchase.

    Dress: Business casual

    Background

    “In Focus: Fentanyl - Addressing the Opioid Crisis in Orange County. This drug is 50 times stronger than heroin. It is being illegally made and found in a variety of pills, sold on social media sites and can cause poisoning, overdose and death. Learn prevention strategies and about the lifesaving overdose reversal drug, Naloxone.

    Drug overdose (poisoning) is now the leading cause of unintentional injury death in the United States, causing more deaths than motor vehicle crashes. Opioids – both prescription painkillers and heroin – are responsible for most of those deaths. The number of Californians affected by prescription and non-prescription opioid misuse and overdose is substantial, with rates varying significantly across counties, and even within counties. Orange County is no exception.

    The ADAB (Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board) is responsible for advising the Orange County Alcohol and Drug Administrator and Board of Supervisors on substance use issues impacting the health and safety of Orange County residents and communities. It is comprised of 15 community members, appointed by the Board of Supervisors, who advocate for and provide prevention, treatment and recovery services to those in need.” (OCHCA)

    “Results from the 2021 and 2022 NSDUHs indicate that lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults are more likely than straight adults to use substances…” (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)

    “15% of high school students reported having ever used select illicit or injection drugs (i.e. cocaine, inhalants, heroin, methamphetamines, hallucinogens, or ecstasy). 14% of students reported misusing prescription opioids. Injection drug use places youth at direct risk for HIV, and drug use broadly places youth at risk of overdose. Youth opioid use is directly linked to sexual risk behaviors.” (Centers for Disease Control)

    Visit here to RSVP.

  • published Addressing the Opioid Crisis Workshop in Events 2024-04-14 15:12:01 -0700

    Addressing the Opioid Crisis Workshop

     

    An expert from the Orange County Health Agency will help us discover ways to build a safer and healthier community.  The workshop is part of LCROC’s commitment to provide resources for our members and solutions to the problems in our county.

    Attendees must RSVP.

    Membership in LCROC is an excellent way to meet others, participate in political activities, and join together with allies. We welcome guests, whether with a member or as a visitor interested in discovering more about LCROC. One of the greatest ways to contribute as a member is to refer friends and arrive early to greet visitors.

    Addressing the Opioid Crisis Workshop
    Thursday, June 6, 2024
    6:00 P.M.-8:00 P.M.

    Location:
    Four Sons
    18421 Gothard Street, Suite 100,
    Huntington Beach, CA

    Includes light hors d'oeuvres: sliders, buffalo wings, lemon pepper wings, and one drink ticket.
    Four Sons has a selection of food and drink items for additional individual purchase as well.

    $30 members
    $40 non-members
    $15 student or service
    Sponsors: $200 to help support the event. Ticket included with sponsorship. Sponsors will be acknowledged at the event. Click here to contribute more than $200.

    Dress: Business casual

    Scroll to the bottom of the page to RSVP.

    Background

    “In Focus: Fentanyl - Addressing the Opioid Crisis in Orange County. This drug is 50 times stronger than heroin. It is being illegally made and found in a variety of pills, sold on social media sites and can cause poisoning, overdose and death. Learn prevention strategies and about the lifesaving overdose reversal drug, Naloxone.

    Drug overdose (poisoning) is now the leading cause of unintentional injury death in the United States, causing more deaths than motor vehicle crashes. Opioids – both prescription painkillers and heroin – are responsible for most of those deaths. The number of Californians affected by prescription and non-prescription opioid misuse and overdose is substantial, with rates varying significantly across counties, and even within counties. Orange County is no exception.

    The ADAB (Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board) is responsible for advising the Orange County Alcohol and Drug Administrator and Board of Supervisors on substance use issues impacting the health and safety of Orange County residents and communities. It is comprised of 15 community members, appointed by the Board of Supervisors, who advocate for and provide prevention, treatment and recovery services to those in need.” (OCHCA)

    “Results from the 2021 and 2022 NSDUHs indicate that lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults are more likely than straight adults to use substances…” (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)

    “15% of high school students reported having ever used select illicit or injection drugs (i.e. cocaine, inhalants, heroin, methamphetamines, hallucinogens, or ecstasy). 14% of students reported misusing prescription opioids. Injection drug use places youth at direct risk for HIV, and drug use broadly places youth at risk of overdose. Youth opioid use is directly linked to sexual risk behaviors.” (Centers for Disease Control)

     

    WHEN
    June 06, 2024 at 6:00pm
    WHERE
    Four Sons
    18421 Gothard St
    100
    Huntington Beach, CA 92648
    United States
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    $15.00 USD · 1 rsvp rsvp
  • published Boomers! Day in News and Announcements 2024-04-14 10:47:28 -0700

    Boomers! Day

     

     

    Be a part of the fun.  

    Membership in LCROC is an excellent way to meet others, participate in political activities, and join together with allies.  We welcome guests, whether with a member or as a visitor interested in discovering more about LCROC.  One of the greatest ways to contribute as a member is to refer friends and arrive early to greet visitors.   

    Boomers! Day

    Saturday, May 11, 2024
    11:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M

    Boomers! Irvine
    3405 Michelson Drive,
    Irvine, CA


    Ticket Includes: 4-Hour unlimited use of all operating attractions (BUMPER BOATS, FLAMETHROWER, GO KARTS, LAZER TAG, MAGIC TEA CUPS, MINI GOLF, ROOKIE GO KARTS, STARSHIP, TILT N SHOUT, and YE ROCKIN TUG).  Excludes: Batting Cages & Arcade Games.  Height and Weight Restrictions may apply.  Rides and Attractions may close without notice due to weather or maintenance.  Visit here for further rules and conditions.

    Visit here to RSVP.

    Thank you to John Kristianson and Luxman Nathan for sponsoring the event to help make it possible. The ongoing and continued support is much appreciated. Additionally, we appreciate your trust in our organization and investment in our founding mission.

     

  • UNDIVIDE US Film Premiere: Orange County

     

     

    LCROC is excited to host a special screening of UNDIVIDE US.

    "The documentary is a timely and urgent plea to reclaim the nation’s soul through open discourse, civic engagement, and self-governance.

    The audiences for this film are everyday Americans, leaders, and organizations who are looking to break the narrative cycle of toxic division and build bridges within their local communities. We will reach these audiences by hosting screenings in partnership with a network of state and community-based think tanks, key nonprofit organizations, civic groups, educators, and concerned citizens.

    Our distribution strategy will emphasize the film's call to action: that we must put toxic politics in its place and reclaim our ability to engage in important conversations where dialogue is open, respectful, and thoughtful." (UNDIVIDE US)

    Monday, April 15. 2024

    6:30 P.M.: Doors Open
    7:00 P.M.: Brief Introductory and Screening
    8:15 P.M.: Discussion and Q&A
    9:00 P.M.: Ends

    Irvine, California
    Address provided upon RSVP.

    General Admission: Free

    Attire: Business Casual

    Visit here to RSVP.

  • Log Cabin Republicans Mix and Mingle: Orange County and Los Angeles Chapters

    Opening remarks by Jesse B., president of LCROC, and Matt C., national board and past president of LCRLA.

     

    Opening remarks by Jesse B., president of LCROC, and Matt C., national board and past president of LCRLA.

     

    Taquitos de Papa, El Barrio, Long Beach, CA

     

    From left to right: John M., treasurer of LCROC, John B., and John K.

     

    From left to right: Matt C., Andy R., Roman N., and Anthony J., vice-president of LCROC

     

    From left to right: Dave L., Jesse B., and Steve R.

     

    From left to right: Matt C., Paul R., Nathan S., Igal S., and Richard Q.

     

    A fantastic time at our Mix and Mingle on Saturday, March 23, 2024.  We have demonstrated great strength as chapters and as a team.  We also create the best of fun times together.  It was a great opportunity to gather together in Long Beach and promote LCR across the region in a big way. 

    Thank you again to our sponsors, John Kristianson and Paul Ramirez, for helping to make the event possible.  The ongoing and continued support is much appreciated.  Additionally, we appreciate that each of you has trust in our organization and are invested in our founding mission. 

    Membership in LCROC is an excellent way to meet likeminded people, participate in political activities, and join together with allies.  We welcome guests, whether with a member or as visitor interested discovering more about LCROC.  One of the greatest ways to contribute as a member is to refer friends and arrive early to greet visitors.

  • published LCROC: Team Building for Good in News and Announcements 2024-03-24 12:11:46 -0700

    LCROC: Team Building for Good

     

     

     

    We are looking for volunteers.  For over a decade Foster Love continues to improve the ways kids experience foster care.  We will be making Superhero boxes for youth in foster care.

    Attendees must RSVP.

    Membership in LCROC is an excellent way to meet likeminded people, participate in political activities, and join together with allies.  We welcome guests, whether with a member or as visitor interested discovering more about LCROC.  One of the greatest ways to contribute as a member is to refer friends and arrive early to greet visitors.

    Thursday, April 18, 2024
    6:00-8:00 P.M.

    560 West Lambert Road
    Brea, CA

    "Foster Love is a dynamic non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children in foster care.  Our passionate team, comprised of adults and former foster youth, works tirelessly to ensure these vulnerable children are not forgotten or neglected.  Through collaborations with individuals, companies, and community partners, we provide essential resources and educational opportunities for foster youth.

    Superhero boxes combat the uncertainty and depression children often feel while in foster care.  The goal is to help foster youth feel S.U.P.E.R. (Self Assured, Uplifted, Proud, Empowered, & Resilient)!"  (Foster Love)

    Foster Care Facts: Youth typically spend about 20 months in foster care.  6% of all children in the U.S. will find themselves in the foster care system before they turn 18.  There are approximately 430,000 children in foster care.  50% of the U.S. homeless population spend time in foster care.  (Foster Love).  The main reasons children enter foster care are neglect, drug use, and abuse by parents.  Research has consistently shown that nearly 1 in 5 foster care youth are part of the LGBTQ community.  In many circumstances, being LGBTQ is a part of the reason that they are in foster care.  (Youth.gov)

    Visit here to RSVP

     

     

  • Log Cabin Republicans Mix and Mingle: Orange County and Los Angeles Chapters

     

     

    Join us for a member exclusive event.  We have demonstrated great strength as chapters and as a team.  We also create the best of fun times together.  LCR members from Orange County and Los Angeles will be gathering in Long Beach to mix, mingle, and promote LCR across the region in a big way.  We look forward to seeing you there. 

    Space is limited. 

    EL Barrio Cantina Modern Mexican Food and Craft Cocktails serves innovative and seasonal dishes.  Purchase includes one drink ticket and heavy hors d'oeuvres, including chips, salsa, guacamole, potato tacos, ceviche tostadas (mix of veggie and camaron), and party wings.

    Saturday, March 23, 2024
    1:45 P.M.-3:30 P.M.

    EL Barrio Cantina
    1731 East 4th Street, Long Beach, CA


    Parking lot located across the street from El Barrio Cantina.

    Dress: Neat.  

    $45 for members of LCROC or LCRLA.

    Sponsors: $200 to help support the event.  Ticket included with sponsorship.  Sponsors will be acknowledged at the event.  

    Attendees must purchase a ticket.  Click here to purchase your ticket

  • Registrar of Voters: Election Results

     

     

     

    Voting is Your • Duty • Right • Responsibility.

    "The Registrar of Voters is responsible for conducting elections in the County of Orange...which receives funding from the County’s General Fund and periodic reimbursement from the federal government, the State of California and local jurisdictions.  We are responsible for all components of election management, including voter registration, Vote Center staff and location recruitment, ballot creation, voting system security, ballot processing and vote tallying, community outreach and education, and candidate services such as candidate filing and campaign finance." (Orange County Registrar of Voters)

    Context.  Election results are understood by how and why the voters came to their conclusions.  It is important to look for voting patterns over time.  Voters often consider a candidate's policies, performance of officials, and characteristics of candidates.  Voters also think about party identification and the ideology of candidates.  Voting is also affected by social and demographic characteristics.  Additionally, electoral dynamics, such as economic conditions, war, and generational changes, have an affect on elections.  ("Voting Behavior", Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan)

    Voter morality and intuition also provide insight into elections.  The level of voter intensity varies for Care/Harm, Fairness/Cheating, Loyalty/Betrayal, Authority/Subversion, Sanctity/Degradation, and Liberty/Oppression.  Voter altruism is another factor.  The level of intensity helps to identify where voters are divided.  (Haidt) 

    The results of elections show where the People stand, the strengths of parties, movements, and organizations, corrections to make, and what opportunities exist.  

    Visit the Orange County Registrar of Voters website for current and specific election results.

     

  • published LCROC Axes and Ales Open House in News and Announcements 2024-03-03 00:24:10 -0800

    LCROC Axes and Ales Open House

     

    A fantastic time at our Axes and Ales Open House on Friday, February 23, 2024.  It was a great event with members, newcomers, and some fun competition.  Afterward, we continued the fun at Strut, Costa Mesa.  We may have to return to Slashers Axe Throwing and Craft Ales for another tournament!

     

    Gabriel L. (second place) and John M., LCROC treasurer (first place)

    John M., LCROC treasurer (first place)

  • Log Cabin Republicans of California PAC and Log Cabin Republicans of Orange County: Candidate Reception with Greg Wallis

    Assemblyman Greg Wallis

    Log Cabin Republicans of California PAC and Log Cabin Republicans of Orange County:

    Candidate Reception with Greg Wallis

     

    Thank you to our membership and guests for attending the reception with Greg Wallis on Saturday, January 27, 2024.  We had a wonderful event with members, friends, and guests at the home of Jim Brophy.  It was a great opportunity to hear from Greg Wallis and about his campaign for Assembly.

     

    Dinner afterward with members at Las Brisas, Laguna Beach, CA.

     

  • Commit to Active Citizenship: California Voters Choice Act

     

     

     

    Commit to active citizenship.  "Established by Senate Bill 450 (2016), the California Voter's Choice Act (VCA) modernizes elections in California by allowing counties to conduct elections under a model which provides greater flexibility and convenience for voters.  This election model allows voters to choose how, when, and where to cast their ballot by: Mailing every voter a ballot, Expanding in-person early voting, Allowing voters to cast a ballot at any vote center within their county, Providing secure ballot drop off locations throughout the county".  (California Secretary of State)

  • LCR Statement on "Recover Pride in Service Act" Being Introduced in U.S. House

     

     

    “Today, a significant milestone in rectifying these injustices has been reached with the introduction of the Recover Pride in Service Act by Congresswoman Lori Chavez-DeRemer (R-OR).  This pivotal legislation not only acknowledges the grave errors of the past but also establishes a crucial precedent for how we honor and support those who have been wrongfully discharged from the U.S. Armed Forces.” (LCR)

  • Axes and Ales Open House

     

     

    Unleash your inner warrior with our exclusive big axe throwing experience.  Ticket includes training by an axe coach, practice, elimination tournament, championship round, and prize. 

    Slashers has a selection of soft drinks, bottled and draft beer, hard seltzer, and special themed drinks for individual purchase.  Packaged snacks are also available for purchase. 

    Membership in LCROC is an excellent way to meet likeminded people, participate in political activities, and join together with allies.  We welcome guests, whether with a member or as visitor interested discovering more about LCROC.  One of the greatest ways to contribute as a member is to refer friends and arrive early to greet visitors.   

    Friday, February 23, 2024
    7:15 P.M.-9:30 P.M.

    Dress: Flannel encouraged. 

    Click here to purchase a ticket.

  • January 2024 Core Issue Strengths Poll

    Core Issue Strengths Poll 

     

     

    We heard you and here is what we learned from our poll in January 2024. 

    The ranking of the core issues by anonymous respondents:

    • 58.3%: Border security
    • 33.3%: Economic circumstances of industrial communities
    • 8.3%: Law and order

    Thank you to the respondents, your responses are helpful in determining our focus and engagement with officials.  Click here to visit our site to stay updated about our organization and events.