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Cumberland County Golf Tournament

EVENT DATE: Monday, June 24, 2019
Golf Registration & Breakfast: 7:30 a.m.
Shot Gun Start: 8:00 a.m.
Nonesuch Golf Club, Scarborough, Maine

The CCRC is once again hosting our annual golf tournament at the Nonesuch Golf Club in Scarborough, Maine. Nonesuch is a fabulous golf club. The address is 304 Gorham Road, Scarborough, ME 04074. You can read more about it here:

          * $100 per Golfer

               Includes golf, cart, breakfast, and lunch.
               Available morning of tournament: Strings, Mulligans, 50-50, Raffle.

          * $30 per person for LUNCH ONLY

We are also offering Sponsorships of the Golf Tournament!

=> Visit the CCRC GOLF SPONSORSHIP FORM for more information.
(Sponsors of $750 and above please do not register golfers on the form below, instead click on the sponsor form.)

Please register on or before June 21 to ensure we have enough breakfasts, lunches and golf carts. Golfers may register at the door and pay by cash or check, but cannot be guaranteed breakfast, lunch and a golf cart.

REGISTER BY CREDIT CARD with the form below. Note that you can register and buy tickets for yourself, or a GROUP.

If you prefer to pay by check, download the registration form below, fill it out and mail it, with a check for $100 per golfer, to our Golf Chair: Annalee Rosenblatt, 18 Tall Pines Road, Scarborough, ME 04074

==>> Download the Registration Form

For both the Credit Card and Check Registrations, please include:

Here's the Credit Card Signup Form:
(Scroll Down to Complete the Form)


Next CCRC General Meeting

What: July Monthly Meeting
When: Tuesday, July 16, 2019 - 6:30pm Social Time / 7:00pm Business Meeting
Where: Moody's, 200 Narragansett St, Gorham, Maine

All Republicans are welcome!


Cumberland County Golf Tournament
Join the Annual CCRC Golf Tournament!
$100 per golfer includes golf, cart, breakfast, and lunch

May 8, 2019 Public Speech: The Immigration Crisis on the Southern Border
3/28/19: Homeland Security Nielsen:
Immigration System in “system-wide meltdown.”

1. Should the Mexican border be completely open like the border between Maine and New Hampshire, so that millions can immigrate at will into the United States?

2. Should we ignore the border crossings of drug traffickers, MS-13 gang members, and jihad terrorists?
Guns and Issues in Maine
Guest Speakers:
Mike Quatrano, Maine Heritage Policy Center
Bruce Ashmore
State-Wide Conservative Citizens Host an Information & Inspiration Meeting in Damariscotta
An ad-hoc group of statewide conservative citizen activists are hosting their second "Information & Inspiration Meeting."

Election Races

KC (Kevin) Hughes for House District #45 (Cumberland and Gray)