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Savannah Area Republican Women was founded in 1961.

From the beginning, Savannah Area Republican Women (SARW) has stressed that it is not a social club, but a serious working organization, concerned with issues, recruiting good candidates and getting them elected. Through philanthropy and volunteerism members have made a positive impact on the community.


Why should you join the Savannah Area Republican Women?

To make our voices stronger
on the issues important to women

To be informed on the issues
through the capital connection and political briefings

To financially support and activate
grassroots efforts in electing Republicans

To train and elect
women in office and on the campaign trail


We advocate participation in the following programs:

Caring for America
Encourages volunteerism and private sector initiatives at the local, state, and national levels.

Support our troops
Encourage local clubs and members to show support for the armed forces by engaging in projects that aid our U.S. troops and their families.

Education and literacy
A series of programs that promote education and literacy in our nation’s communities.

Resources, links, and program ideas designed to help federation members raise awareness of flag protocol and promote patriotism in their communities.

Mamie Eisenhower Library Project
Fosters Republican philosophy and ideas through the donation of related books to libraries, schools, hospitals, other institutions, and more.

Annual Scholarships
Awarded to high school senior girls based on scholastic achievement, school activities, community involvement, and belief in a conservative government. Learn more.

Women’s shelter
Members provide supplies when needed.

Campaign development
Office holders and professional advisors make presentations on subjects such as fundraising, media, and the effects on their families for prospective candidates.


We meet the first Wednesday of every month.

Reservations are REQUIRED due to new seating limits in the banquet room.   Reservations for the luncheon meeting should be made no later than noon on the Monday before the luncheon.

Members are encouraged to bring guests. Please indicate if you will be bringing a guest when you make your reservation.

Men are encouraged to join as associate members and are welcome to attend our lunches.

To make a reservation
Leave a message for Rebecca Rhinehart at (912) 790-5161,
or via email.

Luncheon cost

Meeting location
Carey Hilliard’s Banquet Room
11111 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA 31419
Lunch at 11:30 am, Meeting at noon


Related links and information.

National Federation of Republican Women

Republican National Committee

Senator David Perdue

Senator Kelly Loeffler

Congressman Buddy Carter

Library of Congress

Georgia Federation of Republican Women

Governor Brian P. Kemp

Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan

The Georgia Republican Party

Georgia State Government

Georgia General Assembly

Chatham County Republican Party


Learn more about the Savannah Area Republican Women.

Helen Stone

Vice President
Patrice Cole

Brooke Childers

Kathy Richey

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