Superstition Mountain Republican Club meets April 11

The Superstition Mountain Republican Club will hold its monthly meeting 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, April 11, at Village Inn, 575 W. Apache Trail.

Social hour and the opportunity to share a meal and fellowship is 5:30-6:30 p.m.

The SMRC welcomes everyone seeking to be a more informed person within the community.

This month the club will have someone from the City of Apache Junction explain the city’s master plan.

“This should be very interesting in showing where the city will be going and growing in the future,” according to the release.

Todd House

Todd House, Pinal County supervisor, is to speak on county business development and transportation funding.

Mr. House is also chairman of the board of the Superstition Fire and Medical District and chairman of the Superstition Mountain Base Coalition.

He is the treasurer of Paws 4 Life, a non-profit organization serving the community through pets, service dogs and volunteers. He was previously the Kiwanis Club president and president of the Superstition Mountain Republican Club.

John Fillmore, a member of the Arizona House of Representatives, is to speak on state government and legislative issues, according to the release.

Mr. Fillmore is past president and current member of the Superstition Mountain Republican Club. He has served on the economic development board for the Town of Gilbert, served on two chamber of commerce boards and was the chairman of the founding committee for the Gilbert Leadership program, according to the release.

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