November 4, 2020 NSRW Meeting
Bentwater Yacht Club
We will be celebrating our 20th Anniversary, and
100 years of Women's Suffrage!
Vince Santini is the first Judge to preside over the newly created 457th District Court, which covers all of Montgomery County, Texas. Montgomery County Voters elected Judge Santini as the Republican nominee by a resounding 78% in the July 2020 runoff election, followed by a Governor's appointment.
Vince comes from a large family, all having lived in Montgomery County. Vince’s parents instilled in him a strong work ethic and conservative family values. Vince and his wife, Mary, live in Conroe and work in The Woodlands. They have two sons that attend a local Christian school.
Vince graduated Summa Cum Laude, top of his class at the University of Houston, then specialized in trial work at the nation’s leading trial advocacy law school, South Texas College of Law, Houston. Vince was a nationally ranked trial advocate, and represented the state of Texas in the most prestigious trial competitions. Vince earned multiple awards, including Dean Gerald Treece’s Student Advocacy Service Award, as well as the Order of the Barristers for exhibiting excellence and attaining high honors through the art of courtroom advocacy.
Vince has dedicated his career to helping victims both in criminal and civil law matters. For almost a decade, Vince worked for the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office where he helped protect our community from the most dangerous criminals. As a District Court Chief, Vince prosecuted everything from kidnappings to killings, even taking on the drug cartel and MS-13 street gang. As a Special Victims Unit (SVU) Prosecutor, Vince specialized in prosecuting pedophiles that sexually assaulted young children. Vince earned national recognition for his work in helping child victims, was published in the Texas Prosecutor Journal, and was awarded Child Abuse Prosecutor of the Year in 2015.
Speaker: Vince Santini, 457th District Court Judge
Sign-in starts at 10:30 a.m. The meeting will begin at 11 a.m., with lunch at 11:15 p.m. The program will begin at noon. Meetings last until approximately 1:00 p.m.
Due to Covid-10 restrictions, we are limited to 90 members and guests at the meeting. Reservations will be first come, first served, and when 90 is reached, reservations will be closed and a waiting list will be started - no exclusions.
Meals will be served - no buffet. Soup, salad and dessert are on the menu. Drinks will be on the tables - no beverage station will be available.
Bentwater Yacht Club is located at 200 Bentwater Harbor Dr, Montgomery, TX 77356
North Shore Republican Women Voting and Working the Early Voting Poll for Republicans
NSRW Literacy Program Donates U.S. Constitutions
Ann South, NSRW Literacy Chairman, and her husband Steve, delivered U.S. Constitution booklets to all fifth grade students in Willis ISD elementary schools on September 17. The teachers use the booklets to teach and the students can take them home.
North Shore Republican Women 2020 "United We Stand" Golf Tournament More photos on photo page
Bentwater 4th of Parade video - NSRW won Best Overall with "Trump Train" entry!!
North Shore Republican Women 2019 Awards
North Shore Republican Women earned the National Federation of Republican Women Diamond Award, which was presented to NSRW President Kim Greene at the 2019 NFRW Convention in Indianapolis September 28. The award is the highest given by NFRW for club achievement.
North Shore Republican Women Media Chairman Ann Kate was named one of the Texas Federation of Republican Women's "10 Outstanding Women" during the 2019 TFRW Convention in Galveston October 5.
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