Est. 1947                                                 

Welcome to the Mat-Su Republican Women's Club
Est. 1947 

President Tamie Miller

Tamie has been a member of our Club for twenty years +. She is a great mentor to many of us!

VP Programs: Colleen Sullivan-Leonard
VP Membership: Sonya Larkey-Walden
Secretary: Sandy May
Assistant Secretary: Suzanne LaValley
Treasurer: Pat Purcell
Assistant Treasurer: Tendra Nicodemus





We are on :  Mat Su Republican Womens Club

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 875662
Wasilla, Alaska 99687

Our email is


We are located in the beautiful Matanuska Susitna Valley and have been in existence officially since 1947. Each year at the Alaska State Fair we have participated with a booth for information, fundraising and a place to have for folks in our state, federal and local political office to come and meet and talk to their constituents while the State Fair is going on. In 2011 we were given a beautiful ribbon for being one of the oldest booths out there...our first year was 1946 when the women were getting this club up and running!
Come to one of our meetings and become a part of this active, community minded group of awesome women!


A beautifully, inspiring video ....God Bless America by Celine Dion


2015 Annual Meeting

Meeting Date & Location: April 28, 2015 @ 6:00 pm – Raven Hall, Alaska State Fairgrounds

  • Refreshments will be served.
  • Members who attend will receive a $10 credit on their MEA bill and will be entered to win door prizes.
  • Transportation will be provided from Big Lake, Talkeetna and Eagle River for free on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations for transportation are required. Please call 761-9200 by April 17th.


3 Ways to Vote

  1. E-Vote: E-Vote informational postcards are mailed March 31st. Full election packets are mailed April 1. The deadline to E-Vote is 5:00 P.M. on April 27th.
  2. Paper Ballot: If you choose to mail in a paper ballot, those must be received by MEA no later than 5:00 P.M. on April 27th. Please be sure to vote early to ensure your ballot is received in time.
  3. Annual Meeting: You may also vote in person at the Annual Meeting.

       Ron Johnson      Glenda Ledford     
Bryan Scoresby     Kevin Buckland 
Janet Kincaid      K. Wayne Price    Peter Burchell
and Kit Jones     

You can go to
for more information.

Most of these candidates will be at our April 18, 2015 meeting. The public is welcome to attend all of our meetings.
10:00 a.m. at the MTA Building 480 Commercial Drive in Palmer. Downstairs and in the room to the left of the coffee. Come and meet these community service minded people and ask questions, listen and make an informed vote on your MEA ballot.

For those of you who were not able to renew your membership in January, you can still take care of that at any time. New members as well!
JANUARY IS TIME TO RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP!! OR TO JOIN OUR CLUB! Our January meeting is an excellent opportunity to take care of this.



The Mat-Su Valley looks forward to your representing us in Juneau!

Senator Bill Stoltz of District F, Senator Michael Dunleavy District E, and District G Senator Anna Fairclough will be working hard for us.
Our House representatives are Shelley Hughes of District 8, Mark Neuman for District 8, Jim Colver for District 9, and Wes Keller for District 10, in House District 12 Cathy Tilton will be representative and Dan Sadler will stay in District 13, Lynn Gattis will continue on in District 9.

We are happy to see U.S. Representative Don Young continue to stand up for Alaskans in D.C.!
And we are looking forward to our new Senator Dan Sullivan to replace Mark Begich in Washington!

God,  bless each one and give them wisdom.



In February at our Lincoln Day Dinner we honored one of our most faithful & hard working members.
This year Pat Purcell was chosen as our Member of the Year.
With her gifted mind for numbers, she has been our Treasurer for several years. She seems to be the one who actually enjoys keeping up with the APOC side of things. Which makes her even more special to us!
Pat not only gives so much of her time to our Club by taking care of the financial side of things, but she is always running errands for us and volunteering in many other ways.
Volunteering seems to be a big part of her life. She has a giving spirit. For many years she was on the Bishops Attic Board and she is a mentor to Girl Scouts and has worked with them for years. United Way has been blessed with her many ways of helping out as well.
The Mat Su Republican Women truly appreciate 
 Thank you, Pat!