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First off, thank you so much for your interest in donating to our chapter. Donations help to cover the costs of volunteer retreats, membership fees and even snacks during meetings. Please visit the "Merchandise" tab on the top of the screen in order to make a $1, $5, $10 or $50 donation using Paypal. If you want to donate using a check or money order, please contact our Chairman, Braden Goodgame, at firstname.lastname@example.org
That's great! We're always excited to see new faces!!
For the 2012-2013 school year, we meet on Wednesdays from 4:00-5:00pm. Feel free to pop in whenever your schedule allows. The meeting location alternates between the University Center and the Student Center, usually on the 2nd floor of both. We also have a recurring event called "Wild Wednesdays," where we meet at off-campus locations to socialize. These occur on the last Wednesday of every month.
The schedule and addresses are listed on the homepage of the website!
Don't worry, our organization is recession friendly. We know most of our fellow Panthers aren't exactly financially independent. We do not have a membership fees.
No. Come one, come all!! If you're interested in attending a meeting but do not attend Georgia State University be sure to contact our Chairman, Braden Goodgame, before you come.
We'd love to hear from you. Our chairman for the 2012-2013 school year is Braden Goodgame. If you have any questions, please contact him at email@example.com. He frequently checks our organizations' e-mail, so don't worry about having to twiddle your thumbs for weeks waiting for a reply.
You may also click the "Contact Us" tab to submit a general inquiry or address your message to a specific elected or appointed officer.
If it's not the last two months of the school year, hold your horses cowboy. We elect officials during the latter part of April. The only exception to this rule is when we have open positions that weren't filled during April's elections. A founding principle of our organization is to help members develop political skills and leadership abilities in order to prepare them for future service to the Republican Party and their communities. Holding a leadership position within our organization is an excellent starting point. Current members of the executive board were, generally speaking, highly involved with the organization in the previous school year. They showed extensive knowledge of current political events, our organizations' and the Republican Party's missions/goals and displayed exceptional organizational and leadership abilities.