Regular Luncheon Meeting
Date: July 5, 2022
Time: 11:30 am
Luncheon Meetings are every first Tuesday of the month at 11:30 am. MAY MEETING CHANGED DUE TO ELECTIONS.
Place: The Tanglewood House
Cost: $25.00 at the door for Members and Associates and $30.00 at the door for non-members. If you pay by credit/debit card, there is a $1.00 convenience fee added.
When you receive your reservation request email from Carol Englen, please respond as to whether you will attend or not, by clicking “Reply” with a yes or a no and include your name. Make your reservation by email to Carol Englen at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 719-371-2065.
Reservations must be made before 10:00 am the Friday prior to our 11:30 am meeting the following Tuesday.
Remember that “a reservation made is a reservation paid.” If you know someone who does not have email, let her know to contact Carol by phone.
Make check payable to MCRW or use your credit/debit card (there is a $1.00 convenience fee added).
District 22 State Senator
State Sen. Bill powers is a local boy. He lives with his wife, Fran and they have three children.
Bill earned a degree with honors from the University of Tennessee. He is a Managing Partner in the Wyatt Johnson Automotive Group. Bill began his political career with election to two terms in the Clarksville City Council.
Bill has been representing Montgomery, Houston, & Stewart Counties as the Senator from District 22 – but due to redistricting, Bill will now be representing only most of Montgomery County because of the huge population growth in Clarksville. Bill was elected to the State Senate in 2019.
His current term ends on November 5, 2024. Bill currently is serving as first Vice -Chairman of the Senate Transportation & Safety Committee.
Representative District 68
Curtis Johnson, born in Clarksville, is a Republican Member of the
Tennessee House of Representatives, representing District 68 since 2005, when he defeated long-term Democratic Representative Tommy Head, primarily over the proposed State Income Tax in Tennessee.
Curtis graduated from Clarksville High School & APSU. He also attended the Tennessee School of Banking.
Curtis began his political life as a member of the Clarksville City Council from 1994 -2002. Since his elevation to the Tennessee State Legislature, he has served as both Speaker Pro Tempore from 2015 to 2018 while Beth Harwell served as Speaker and as the Deputy Speaker from 2021 to the present. Curtis is a Navy veteran and is married to Marsha; they have three children.
Curtis Johnson is running for reelection as State Representative, District 68 in the November Election.