Republican Women president retires

President of Plumas County Republican Women Federated Marlene Nelson retired and is presented a commemorative clock for her many years of dedicated service at the Iron Door in Johnsville on Oct. 24. She will continue to serve on the board of PCRWF as 1st Vice President with President Wendy Wolff. Photo submitted

After 13 years of dedicated service as President of Plumas County Republican Women Federated, Marlene Nelson has retired. She will continue to serve on the board of PCRWF as 1st Vice President with President Wendy Wolff.

One of her many established outreach programs for the club has been the support of the Domestic Violence Shelter through Plumas County Rural Services. Her nonstop work to provide supplies, equipment and needs to the shelter has been unstoppable and has helped so many residents of the shelter over the years.

Prior to moving to Graeagle, Marlene also served as president of Gold Nugget RWF of Sierra County  and as a member of Sierra County Republican Central Committee. In addition, she has served the Northern Division of California Federation as NE Regional Director for four years and Chaplain for six years under three presidents.

The members of Plumas County Republican Women were thrilled to be able to present her with a commemorative clock for her many years of dedicated service, which was presented to her at the meeting held at the Iron Door in Johnsville on Oct. 24.

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Regular meetings of the PCRWF will resume on March 26, with the location and speaker to be announced.