Final Reminder- TFRW Ladies Day on the Hill
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13 March

Ladies Day on the Hill
Monday, 2 April 2018

  • Cost: $40 per person. Includes the luncheon.
  • Each club registers and takes payment from its club members and its legislators attending the luncheon, so please see your club President if you'd like to attend. Club Registration Form here:
  • Message from your 2018 TFRW Ladies Day on the Hill Chairman and Nashville Republican Women President Mary Obersteadt: Mary's Message
  • Questions? Contact our Ladies Day on the Hill host club, the Nashville Republican Women, by emailing Or call 615-804-7998.
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9:30 a.m
. CENTRAL TIME: Tennessee State Capitol Building. Check-in and complimentary coffee, tea and pastries outside the House Chamber. No food or drinks inside the House Chamber, please.
10:00 a.m.  Program in the House Chamber featuring a conversation among candidates running to become Tennessee's next governor. Moderated by Tennessee Republican Party Chairman Scott Golden.
11:00 a.m.  Adjourn for Photos.
11:45 a.m.  Luncheon and Program at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Nashville Downtown with guest speaker Congressman Marsha Blackburn and keynote speaker Phil Valentine.

Phil Valentine is multi-talented. In addition to being one of the nation's top syndicated talk show hosts, he is an author, screenwriter, television host, television guest, singer/songwriter, movie producer, actor and newspaper columnist. He has his finger on the pulse of Tennessee and national politics, and his conservative views are articulated with humor and common sense. He has been named by Talkers as one of the 100 Most Important Talk Show Hosts of all time. Phil has written several books to including The Conservative's Handbook, Tax Revolt, and Right From the Heart: The ABCs of Reality in America. He wrote, produced and starred in the movie An Inconsistent Truth, and had supporting roles in the movies Atlas Shrugged III: Who is John Galt, The Secret Handshake, and A Letter from Death Row. He was the winner of Best Documentary for An Inconsistent Truth. Phil also received the Excellence in Filmmaking award for Documentary Feature from the Anthem Film Festival, and was runner-up for Best Documentary from the Appalachian Film Festival. Phil has won numerous awards for his screenwriting to include first place in the California Film Awards, Nevada Film Festival, and the Colorado Film Festival. His blog, Planet Valentine, is a place devoid of lunacy and political correctness where logic and common sense rule the day. Please visit for a complete listing of Phil's many accomplishments and awards. 
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