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Appalachian Caucus Co-Chair Guy Reschenthaler (PA-14) to inform and inspire Reagan Dinner attendees

(Morgantown, W.Va.) The Honorable Guy Reschenthaler (PA-14) recently announced the “Appalachian Caucus” in the U.S. House of Representatives, a groundbreaking initiative to spotlight the often-overlooked issues affecting the Appalachian region. This marks a significant stride towards addressing key challenges within our unique and strategic part of the nation that still has much potential to contribute to our country.

Dedicated to shaping policies that resonate with the pulse of Appalachia, the Caucus will prioritize pivotal topics spanning energy, healthcare, transportation, and the expansion of broadband networks. With Reschenthaler and Rep. Carol Miller (WV-1) as co-chairs, the Caucus will unite representatives from the 423 counties spanning 13 states comprising Appalachia.

Reschenthaler will cross the Mason-Dixon Line to be welcomed by Rep. Alex Mooney (WV-2) as the chief deputy whip in the U.S. House of Representatives informs and inspires citizens in Monongalia County on Saturday, August 19, 2023, as keynote speaker at the Reagan Dinner at Camp Muffly Dining Hall located at 1477 Four H Camp Rd, Morgantown, WV 26508

The Reagan Dinner, hosted by the Monongalia County Republican Executive Committee (MCREC), is the largest annual fundraiser of the official county GOP committee. In 2022, MCREC spent $12,000 to elect Republicans at all levels of the ballot, and the committee has set a goal to double the amount raised in 2024. In 2020, MCREC was the first GOP county committee in West Virginia to adopt a local platform, which has guided recent successes, including adding another magistrate judge, locally. With a difference between parties of only 2,711 voters as of July 31, 2023, MCREC is committed to flipping Monongalia County red.

Ethan Moore, MCREC Chairman, welcomes Republicans from Monongalia County and beyond to this special event that Paula Martinelli, Vice Chairwoman & Events Committee Chair have worked to bring to citizens. More than 25 elected officials, candidates, and distinguished others, including Elgine McArdle, WV GOP Chairwoman, will join 100-plus guests at the event who have pre-registered to attend.

NOTE: A limited quantity of dinner tickets will be available to purchase at the door, while available, by way of cash or credit card. A cash bar opens at 5:15 p.m. Dinner and program begin promptly at 6 p.m.

The Appalachian region is the largest mountain range east of the Mississippi with 22 peaks over 6,000 feet.
The blue ridge mountains are a key aspect of John Denver's Country Roads. West Virginia named the popular hit its fourth official state song in 2014, and it's performed and sung at WVU athletic events.


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