Regular Luncheon Meeting
Date: October 4, 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).
United States Senator
Senator Marsha Blackburn
As a small business woman, author, mother, grandmother, and Member of Congress, Marsha Blackburn has dedicated her service to making America a more free and more prosperous place to live.
Marsha went to college on a 4-H scholarship and worked her way through school selling books for the Southwestern Company. She was one of their first female sales associates and one of their first female sales managers, assisting the company in establishing a division focused on women.
Senator Blackburn began her elected service career in 1998 as a Tennessee State Senator. While serving in the Tennessee Senate, Blackburn led a statewide grassroots campaign to defeat a proposed state income tax. While defeating the tax, she earned the reputation as a champion of anti-tax and government accountability issues, taking to
the airwaves to make the case that government wrongly believes it never gets enough of the taxpayer’s paycheck.
Tennesseans sent her to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2002 to represent the 7th Congressional District, where she continued the fight for accountable government and led the investigation into Planned Parenthood.
In 2018, Tennesseans voted overwhelmingly to send her to the United States Senate. She is the state’s first female Senator. Marsha and her husband Chuck live in Williamson County, Tennessee. They have two
children, Mary Morgan (Paul) Ketchel and Chad (Hillary) Blackburn; and two grandsons, and a granddaughter.