Republican House Representatives to headline May Meeting

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Houston Co. Republican Women Meeting, Thursday, May 25, 2017, OUR SPEAKERS are Representative Paul Lee, AL House District 87; Representative Steve Clouse, AL State House District 93; and Representative Donnie Chesteen, AL House District 87, Geneva and Houston Counties. Houston County Republican Women will meet Thursday, May 25, 2017 at 11:30 AM at the Wiregrass Rehab Center at 795 Ross Clark Circle, Dothan, AL. Lunch is $10.00 per person. To make your reservation, please call 334-392-0705 or email us at hcrwlunch@gmail.com. If you plan to attend the meeting and if you plan to have lunch, reservations are REQUIRED!! Be sure to have your reservations in by NOON, TUESDAY, May 23, 2017. It is very important to call your reservation in or email it before the DEADLINE and It is very important to call in your reservation to be sure that The Wiregrass Rehab will prepare enough food for everyone.We no longer keep a standing Reservation List!! Go to our Website www.hcrw.us or Facebook Page Houston County Republican Women to learn more about HOW to become a member. The cost is $25 per person or $50 per couple. We also invite men to become a member of Houston Co. Republican Women. Ladies, bring your husband, or friend to come and join us!! Forms for membership are on our website, www.hcrw.us or they will be on the tables at the meeting. Please come out and learn more about how YOU can help your City, State and your Country! We need your Help to “Get Our Country Back Again”!!!

Steve Clouse

Representative Steve Clouse was elected in 1994. He was born on February 7, 1956, and received his B.A. from the University of Alabama. Representative Clouse is Vice-President of the Clouse Marketing Company and is a member of the First United Methodist Church. He has served as past president of the Ozark Rotary Club and is currently a member of the Board of Directors for the Ozark Boys and Girls Club.

Representative Clouse is the former chairman of the Dale County United Way and is also a member of the Regional Revolving Loan Committee. In addition to being chairman of the House Ways and Means General Fund Committee, he is also Vice Chairman of the Joint Contract Review Committee, and is a member of the Military Stabilization Commission. He is married with two children.

Paul Lee

Born and raised in the 86th House District of Alabama, I have been married to the former Ellen Vise for 28 years. We have one daughter, Beth. My family and I are active members of Logos Baptist Church.

After 30 years at Sony of Dothan, I was faced with the unexpected closing of the plant. I, along with 300 Wiregrass residents, were losing our jobs. It was a scary time. I was very fortunate to be hired as a salesman with WDHN-TV. However, I still worry about my friends at Sony and all the others who have lost their jobs.

Presently, I serve as the District 3 Commissioner for the City of Dothan. I also serve as the representative for Dothan on the Alabama Municipal Electric Authority, Chairman of the Metropolitan Planning Organization, Campaign Chairman of the Wiregrass United Way, and am a past president of the 2nd Congressional District. I serve on the Leadership Team in the current “Yes We Can” movement to improve our Dothan City Schools. From 1997 to 2005, I served on the Houston County Healthcare Authority for the Southeast Alabama Medical Center.

The experience I have gained in my work, as well as community service, has strengthened and expanded my leadership and management skills to prepare me for representing the people of House District 86. During my service as District 3 Commissioner, Dothan has resurfaced over 60 miles of roads and budgeted $1.5 million per year for future resurfacing. In the last three years, the city has implemented a schedule rotation and budgeted funding for replacing emergency, garbage and electrical vehicles.

We must have EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP to guide Alabama into the future, to bring new business into southeast Alabama, and to provide jobs for today and tomorrow. My pledge to you is to continue to be accessible and accountable to the citizens of House District 86 and continue working hard to make Alabama an even more viable place to live, work and raise our families.

Paul has been married to the former Ellen Vise of Dothan for 28 years. Their daughter, Beth, is age 16 and attends Providence Christian School. Paul’s parents are Burl and Willadean Lee of Dothan. Paul’s father, Burl, is retired from the City of Dothan Fire Department. Paul’s mother-in-law is Helen Vise of Dothan.

Donnie Chesteen

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