Richard DeNapoli: 2012 RNC Delegate

As featured in the Tampa Bay Times

Richard DeNapoli

Richard DeNapoli

Delegate from Hollywood

Richard DeNapoli

Supported in the primary: Uncommitted

Party role: Chairman of the Broward Republican Executive Committee

Quote: “I am looking forward to Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Connie Mack and all of our local Florida leaders. It’s inspiring to see all the other Republican activists from across the country. To see all of our national figures is very exciting, and to have it all in Florida, our home state, is even better.”

Occupation: Trust officer at a bank

Age: 35

Why this delegate is noteworthy: DeNapoli comes from a  county where there are twice as many registered Democrats as Republicans. Paul Ryan’s mother lives in Broward (Lauderdale-by-the Sea). DeNapoli would like to meet her and do some sort of event with her in Broward.

Prior conventions:

  • RNC 2008, St. Paul, MN

Follow this delegate’s convention experience:

Twitter: @richarddenapoli

Tonight! Republican Candidates Hob Nob & CD 23 Republican Candidates Debate



Broward Republican Candidate Hob Nob &

CD 23 Republican Candidates Debate!

Listen to the Republican Candidates Competing to Take on Debbie Wasserman Schultz in November
Tonight, Thursday, August 2nd!
Hob Nob for all Republicans running in any race 
featured on a Broward ballot begins at 6PM
Debate starts at 7PM, with seating beginning at 6PM
Debate moderated by Michael Putney, Senior Political Reporter for Local 10 WPLG
Debate is Free and Open to the Public
but for $10 you will get food, refreshments, and the opportunity to participate in a countywide poll fundraiser.  If you are a Republican candidate and have questions, please contact us at 954-941-7775.
All Republican Candidates Running in Broward are 
Invited to the Hob Nob
All CD23 Republican Candidates are Invited to Debate,
Listed Below in Alphabetical Order*
Learn more about them by visiting their websites:
Gineen Bresso
Gineen Bresso
Ozzie Defaria
Ozzie deFaria
Juan Eliel Garcia 
Juan Eliel Garcia
Karen Harrington
Karen Harrington
Joseph "Joe" Kaufman
Joseph “Joe” Kaufman
Tonight, Thursday, August 2nd
Hob Nob starts at 6 PM
Debate starts at 7 PM, with seating beginning at 6PM
Limited Seating – First Come, First Served**
Hollywood Beach Culture & Community Center
1301 S. Ocean Drive
Hollywood, FL 33019
DEBATE MODERATED BY Michael Putney, Senior Political Reporter for 
Local 10 WPLG
The New 23rd Congressional District
23rd Congressional District Florida 
*Pictures taken from Candidate Facebook pages or provided by candidate
**RSVP does not guarantee seat
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Original Email: August 2, 2012

Richard DeNapoli Greets Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal and Chairman Richard DeNapoli

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal and Chairman Richard DeNapoli

This Saturday, I had the pleasure of welcoming Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal to the Grand Opening of the Coral Springs Romney Headquarters.

The Grand Opening was mentioned in, with excerpts below.

I’ve gotten two e-mails from the Broward County Republican Party in the last week.

That’s two more than I got from the Broward County Democratic Party!

There is no doubt that Republican Chair Richard DeNapoli has modernized the way the GOP gets its message out.

DeNapoli wanted to inform me that Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana will open the Coral Springs Romney Headquarters on Saturday.  The even starts at 4:30 p.m. at 10200 West Sample Road.

I can’t believe Louisiana or a politician from that God Foresaken state has anything to teach us.  Maybe Jindal changed things…but somehow, I doubt it.

When I was young and using the ID press pass you see on this page, I was sent to Louisiana to cover the arrest of a teenager who had killed a number of people in Fort Lauderdale. I couldn’t wait to get out of that backwater, poverty-stricken place.

That aside, there is a point to be made here.

DeNapoli also uses e-mail and Facebook to troll regularly for volunteers to phone bank, walk door-to-door and work in offices.

The point I’m making is whoever runs the Broward Democratic Party needs to step up the Internet effort. On every platform available.




Broward GOP Notice of the Event posted below:


Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal 
to Open 
Romney Victory Office 
in Coral Springs This Saturday, July 28th!
4:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Broward Romney Volunteer Location
10200 West Sample Road
Coral Springs, FL 33065

Driving Directions

Mondays through Saturdays
Add to my calendar
Additional Volunteer Location

Broward Romney Volunteer Location
150 S. Andrews Ave.
Ste. 370
Pompano Beach, FL 33069

Driving Directions

Mondays through Saturdays
Add to my calendar
Additional Volunteer Location Where:

Broward Romney Volunteer Location
2817 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Ste. 200 A
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33306

Mondays through Saturdays
Add to my calendar
Click below to Register at One of Three Romney Victory Offices in Broward County!
Register Now!
Dear Richard

Join Mitt Romney’s Campaign Today!


The election this November will once again come down to Florida and Mitt Romney needs our help to ensure victory on election day. The White House cannot be won within a Republican victory in the State of Florida and it’s going to take the efforts of every Floridian committed to the defeat of Barack Obama.
We are phone banking and walking precincts right now, and we need your help!  There are now three office locations in Broward County! Register now by clicking the link above to let us know when you can help!  In an effort to show strong support for Mitt Romney in Florida, we are also assembling coalitions of people who have similar interests. From Seniors to Veterans, to Young Professionals and Doctors, these coalitions are free to join and do not require any time or effort. By simply adding your name to a coalition, you can help show other undecided voters that Mitt Romney has strong support from Florida voters with similar affiliations. This simple task can make a difference in Florida, so please take a moment to click on the link above to join one or more coalitions in support of Mitt Romney.

If you know of anyone that may fall under any of the coalitions, or anyone else you think might want to volunteer, please take the time to forward this e-mail to them with a request from you that they join you in support of Mitt Romney.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 954-941-7775 or email
I appreciate your efforts & support for victory in November.


Richard DeNapoli, Chairman
Republican Party of Broward County

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Broward GOP Successful at Getting Dead People Listed as “Active Voters” Removed from Broward Rolls






July 11, 2012

Contact Richard DeNapoli, Chairman


On May 21, 2012, the Broward Republican Executive Committee (“BREC”) issued a press release and supplied evidence to the media showing that deceased people from Broward County were still listed as “active” and “eligible to vote” voters on the Broward County rolls.  The evidence was provided to the Broward County Supervisor of Elections (“Broward SOE”), Dr. Brenda C. Snipes.  (Please see our original press releases and coverage below.)

Dr. Snipes informed the media (on May 21, 2012) that about 5,000 dead people had already been removed from the voter rolls, yet the hundreds that the BREC found still remained on the rolls. After the BREC received coverage in the local newspapers, CBS News 4 (Miami), and Fox News, the names of the dead yet still “active” voters that the BREC discovered were finally removed the weekend before our June BREC meeting.

Chairman DeNapoli announced the Broward GOP’s success at the June 25, 2012, BREC meeting.  You can watch the video by clicking below.

Broward GOP Successful at Getting Deceased Removed from Voter Rolls
Broward GOP Successful at Getting Deceased Removed from Voter Rolls

The BREC will continue Read more

Richard DeNapoli at Marco Rubio Book Signing in Broward

Richard had the pleasure of purchasing two of Senator Marco Rubio’s Books – An American Son – at Marco’s book signing at a Barnes and Noble in Fort Lauderdale today, June 30, 2012.

Richard DeNapoli at Senator Marco Rubio's Book Signing in Fort Lauderdale

Broward GOP Chairman Richard DeNapoli at Senator Marco Rubio’s Book Signing in Fort Lauderdale

Richard DeNapoli and the Marco Rubio Bus

Richard DeNapoli and the Marco Rubio Bus


Book description of An American Son from – you can get your own copy from Amazon by clicking:

Few politicians have risen to national prominence as quickly as Marco Rubio. At age forty-one he’s the subject of widespread interest and speculation. But he has never before told the full story of his unlikely journey, with all the twists and turns that made him an American son.

That journey began when his parents first left Cuba in 1956. After Fidel Castro solidified his Communist grip on power, Mario and Oria Rubio could never again return to their homeland. But they embraced their new country and taught their children to appreciate its unique opportunities. Every sacrifice they made over the years, as they worked hard at blue-collar jobs in Miami and Las Vegas, was for their children.

As a boy, Rubio spent countless hours with his grandfather, discussing history and current events. “Papa” loved being Cuban, but he also loved America for being a beacon of liberty to oppressed people around the world. As Rubio puts it, “My grandfather didn’t know America was exceptional because he read about it in a book. He lived it and saw it with his own eyes.”

Devastated after his grandfather’s death, Rubio was getting poor grades and struggled to fit in at his high school, where some classmates mocked him as “too American.” But then he buckled down for college and law school, driven by his twin passions for football and politics. He played football at a small college in Mis­souri, then came back to Florida to attend Santa Fe Community College and the University of Florida. He went on to earn his law degree from the University of Miami and took a job at a law firm, which paid him a handsome salary that allowed his father to retire.

As a young attorney he ran for the West Miami City Commission, a role that led to the Florida House of Representatives. In just six years he rose to Speaker of the House and became a leading advocate for free enter­prise, better schools, limited government, and a fairer, simpler tax system. He found that he could connect with people across party lines while still upholding conserva­tive values.

His U.S. Senate campaign started as an extreme long shot against Florida’s popular incumbent governor, Charlie Crist. Undaunted by the early poll numbers and the time away from his wife and kids, Rubio traveled the state with his message of empowerment and optimism. He upset Crist in both the primary and a dramatic three-way general election, after Crist quit the GOP to run as an independent.

Now Rubio speaks on the national stage about the challenges we face and the better future that’s possible if we return to our founding principles. As he puts it, “Conservatism is not about leaving people behind. Con­servatism is about allowing people to catch up.”

In that vision, as in his family’s story, Rubio proves that the American Dream is still alive for those who pur­sue it.

Memorial Day

Today we honor those men and women who have died while serving in the United States Armed Services.  Please see below for a Memorial Day message from State Representative George Moraitis as well as a video of President Reagan’s Remarks from May 28, 1984, at Memorial Day Ceremonies Honoring an Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Conflict.

God Bless America,

Richard DeNapoli, Chairman

Broward Republican Party



A Memorial Day Message from 

State Representative George Moraitis 

Dear Neighbors,

History tells us that Memorial Day was first known as Decoration Day. It was a day when the graves of soldiers who fell in America’s Civil War were decorated by family and friends wishing to honor and remember them. Today, Memorial Day is a time when we remember all from our nation’s past who have fallen while fighting for our freedom. We share stories of heroism and bravery with young and old, and in doing so we decorate the memories of our military’s fallen heroes.

Please join me in saluting these men and women who have laid their lives down in defending our sacred freedoms. Let us each take time this Memorial Day not just to enjoy a day off work, but rather let us take the time to decorate the memories of those who, in the words of President Lincoln, have given “the last full measure of devotion.”

May God continue to bless this great nation of ours as we honor those who have fallen in service to our country.


George Moraitis

State Representative


President Reagan’s Remarks at Memorial Day Ceremonies Honoring an Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Conflict on May 28, 1984.

Remarks at Memorial Day Ceremonies Honoring an Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Conflict - 5/28/84
Remarks at Memorial Day Ceremonies Honoring an Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Conflict – 5/28/84


Original Email Date: May 28, 2012


Richard DeNapoli on CBS 4 Discussing Broward GOP’s Finding of Dead People Still Listed as Active on the Broward Rolls

BREC Chairman Richard DeNapoli appears on CBS 4 

to Talk about the Broward GOP’s Finding of 

Dead People Still Listed as Active on the Broward Rolls

Watch the video featuring BREC Chairman Richard DeNapoli above




“FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – Can you be in the grave, but still have a pulse to vote? The answer is yes, in South Florida.

Using a new data base, the Florida Department of State found nearly 52,000 dead people still listed as active voters. So far, Broward has pulled out 4,482 names of dead voters from the rolls; Miami-Dade has dropped 4,860 dead voters from the rolls, according to Chris Cate, the Communications director at the Florida Department of State.

“Obviously it’s absurd, but how do you police it, I don’t know,” wondered voter Augi Moran. Read more

Thank You for a Successful 2012 Lincoln Day

Thank You!

Our Keynote Speaker:
Attorney General Pam Bondi
Our Special Guest Speakers:
Chief Financial Officer 
Jeff Atwater
Congressman Allen West 

Elected, Appointed and Former
Elected Officials Present:
Senator & US Senate Candidate George LeMieux
Congressman Allen West, running for reelection to Congress
Attorney General Pam Bondi
Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater
State Sen. Ellyn Bogdanoff, running for reelection
State Rep. George Moraitis, running for reelection
State Rep. Matt Hudson, running for reelection
Fmr Fl. House Maj. Leader Adam Hasner, 
candidate for Congress
Fmr. State Rep. Susan Goldstein
Sheriff Al Lamberti, running for reelection
Fmr. Broward Property Appraiser
Rocky Rodriguez
Broward County Commissioner Chip LaMarca
Highlands County Commissioner Don Elwell
School Board Member Katie Leach, 
running for reelection to the Broward School Board
School Board Member Donna Korn, 
running for reelection to the Broward School Board

Coral Springs City Commissioner 
Tom Powers, running for reelection
Cooper City Commissioner John Sims
Hollywood City Commissioner Patty Asseff, running for reelection
Miramar City Commissioner Troy Samuels
Fmr. Plantation Councilman Rico Petrocelli
Fmr. Plantation Councilman Jerry Fadgen, candidate for election to the Plantation Council
Fmr. North Lauderdale City Commissioner Frank Messana, candidate for election to the Margate City Commission
Fmr. U.S. Elections Assistance Commissioner Gineen Bresso, Candidate for Congress
Commissioner Juan Selaya, Broward County Housing Authority
Commissioner David Di Pietro, North Broward Hospital District
Fmr. Vice-Chairman of Cabarrus County (NC) Board, At Large, Scott Herman, candidate for State Rep.

RNC Co-Chair, Florida National Committeewoman &  Broward State Committeewoman, Sharon Day

Broward State Committeeman  

Ed Kennedy
Palm Beach State Chairman Sid Dinerstein
Miami-Dade County Chairman Ben Powell
St. Lucie County Chairman Bill Patterson
Palm Beach State Committeewoman Fran Hancock
 Palm Beach REC Vice-Chair  

Margi Helschein
Gene Hansen, former Broward County REC Chair and Former Broward State Commiteewoman
Candidates Present:
(those running appearing on a Broward County Ballot 
and not already referenced above)
Col. Mike McCalister, Candidate for US Senate
Ozzie deFaria, Candidate for Congress
Juan Eliel Garcia, Candidate for Congress
Karen Harrington, Candidate for Congress
Joe Kaufman, Candidate for Congress
Dr. Marion Thorpe, Candidate for Congress
Doug Harrison, Candidate for State Rep.
Jim Gleason, Candidate for State Rep.
Elizabeth Eddy, Candidate for State Rep.
Jim Lewis, Candidate for Broward State Attorney
Robert Sutton, Candidate for Broward County Commission
Dan Daley, Candidate for City Commission Coral Springs
Scott Yardley, Candidate for Margate City Commission
David Gobeo, Candidate for City Commission Parkland
Richard DeNapoli with Elected Officials, Candidates, Former Elected Officials
Sheriff Lamberti Leading Invocation with Elected, Appointed, Fmr Elected and Candidates on Stage


Our Table Sponsors:
JM Family Enterprises, Inc. 
Anesco North Broward
First Path/Dr. Ronald Giffler
Rebecca Stoll
Gunster Law Firm
Advocate Home Care Services
Florida Power & Light
Allen West Friends & Family
Republican Party of Palm Beach County
RNC Co-Chair Sharon Day
William E. Lewis, Jr. & Associates
Chairman Richard & Brigita DeNapoli
Fran Hancock, Palm Beach County State Committeewoman
Ozzie & Sue deFaria
Team Romney
Cuban Americans for a Better Florida
Florida Certification Board
Walter Griffith  


Broward Republican Club Table Sponsors:
Republican Club of Central Broward
Republican Business Network
Coral Springs/Parkland Republican Club
Lauderdale Beach Republican Club
Log Cabin Republican Club
Greater Pompano Beach Republican Club
Regional Republican Club
Southwest Broward Republican Organization
South Broward Republican Club
Broward County Young Republicans
Our Program Book Advertisers:
JM Family Enterprises, Inc.
Anesco North Broward
Waste Management
George Moraitis for State Representative
Allen West for Congress
RNC Co-Chair Sharon Day
Coral Springs/Parkland Republican Club
Kim T. Mollica, Attorney at Law
United Transporation Union (Parking Sponsor Also)
Midwest Financial Services Co., Inc.
Polo International, Inc.
Creative Smiles, Dr. Joseph Camuccio, DDS
EDCO Awards and Specialties
Chairman Richard & Brigita DeNapoli
Republican Business Network
Greater Pompano Beach Republican Club
Daniel & Debbie Gonzalez
Regional Republican Club
Hilton Insurance Services, Inc.
Laurette Homan, Classy Conservative
Broward Women’s Republican Club, Federated
David Gobeo for Parkland City Commission
BREC Member Captain Matthew Tsien, USAF (Ret.)
Broward County Young Republicans
Diana Waterous Centorino, Attorney at Law
Log Cabin Republican Club
Scott Herman for State Representative
Gifoni Aluminum, Inc.
BREC Members Bunney Brenneman, Andrew Eddy, James Hammers, Robert Knox, Marny Lewis, Martin Murray, Kenneth Nuelle, Elizabeth Pike, William Santore, Carol Schiller, Juan A. Selaya, Martha P. Selaya, Diane Sori, Sandy Steen, Robert Steen, Robert Sutton
Our Host Committee:

Brian Hodgers

Maureen Jaeger

Thomas Lauder

William E. Lewis, Jr.

Chad Lincoln

Albert P. Massey, III

 David Maymon

Dr. Richard Meli

Heather Moraitis

Richard Paul-Hus

Sayfie Law Firm

Daniel A. Seigel

Rebecca Stoll


Our Lincoln Day Chair:
Michael G. De Gruccio
The Broward REC Board:
Richard DeNapoli, Chairman
Colleen Stolberg, Vice-Chair
Michael G. De Gruccio, Secretary
Mark McCarthy, Treasurer
Sharon Day, RNC Co-Chair
Ed Kennedy, Broward State Committeeman
Our Volunteers:
Felicia Anderson
Ben Bennett
Jennifer De Gruccio
Celeste Ellich
Florine Goldfarb
Laurette Homan
Claire Lang
Sally Musser
Lisa Rask
Hathor Renza
Carole Rigney
Barbara Schaltenbrand
Col. Gene Schaltenbrand
Nicholas Stone
Sharon Taylor
Christine Rome
Janet Orozco
Lidia Wallace
 Sheriff Al Lamberti

Color Guard:
Master Sgt Charles Dean & the Color Guard from Coral Glades High School
National Anthem:
Hannah Ellowitz
And all of our nearly 500 Guests!
Together, We Did It!
Can’t Wait Until Next Year!
Your Chairman,
Richard DeNapoli 



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Almost 500 Republicans attend 2012 Broward Lincoln Day Gala

As featured in The Examiner, a story about our successful Lincoln Day Dinner 2012…
BY: William Lewis
Richard DeNapoli and Attorney General Pam Bondi

Richard DeNapoli and Attorney General Pam Bondi

Living up to a campaign promise and his Eight Point Platform for the Broward Republican Party, Chairman Richard DeNapoli staged yet another successful fundraiser in Saturday’s Lincoln Day Gala.

Almost 500 Republicans attended the annual Lincoln Day Gala at the Hyatt Regency Pier 66 in Fort Lauderdale.

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi was the featured keynote speaker at the Broward Republican Party event. Chief Financial Officer Jeff AtwaterCongressman Allen West (FL-22), and Republican National Committee co-chair Sharon Day were among special guest speakers in attendance.

Party Secretary Michael De Gruccio returned as the 2012 event chairman.

“It was my honor to return as chairman of the 2012 Broward County Lincoln Day Gala,” said De Gruccio. “We had an amazing keynote speaker followed by special guest speakers that not only honored the legacy of President Abraham Lincoln but our Republican elected officials.”

Prior to the dinner, BREC Chairman Richard DeNapoli hosted a VIP Reception for nearly 200 that included the Florida Attorney General, the state Chief Financial Officer, a prominent Congressman, the Republican National Committee Co-Chairman, a number of local, state, and federal officials as well as candidates for public office.

“The VIP reception offered an opportunity to chat one-on-one with Attorney General Pam Bondi, the keynote speaker and special guests CFO Jeff Atwater Congressman Allen West, and RNC Co-Chair Sharon Day” said DeNapoli. “Guests also had an opportunity to speak with candidates running for the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House of Representatives, the Florida House and Senate, as well as local Broward County offices.”

Returning as auctioneer from appearances at both the 2011 Broward Lincoln Day Gala and the inaugural Grand Old Party BBQ was Highlands County Commissioner Don Elwell. Standing tall above the crowd, Elwell successfully raised thousands of dollars for local Republicans through a live auction.

Richard DeNapoli and Jeff Atwater

Chairman Richard DeNapoli presenting award to CFO Jeff Atwater

Attorney General Pam Bondi opened the evening as the featured keynote speaker with a feisty and dynamic speech on a variety of issues. Bondi, who had just returned from a trip to New York and the taping of a segment on Sean Hannity, donated a pink tie – autographed by Hannity – for the evening’s live auction.

Still excited from her recent argument before the U.S. Supreme Court on the constitutionality of Obamacare, Bondi recalled some of her experiences concerning the case.

Richard DeNapoli Elected Officials

Elected Officials, Candidates, and Former Elected Officials on Stage

Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater followed stating that “you have the state of Florida and our federal government taking two very different paths. In the great state of Florida where you have elected Rick Scott, where you have elected Pam Bondi, Adam Putnam, and a Republican legislature – this is what happens in a downturn. You get people that go to bat for you.”

“Things in Florida are completely different from the federal government. The federal government has raised your taxes, raised the debt, increased regulation. In the state of Florida the last three years has been the exact opposite – your taxes were reduced, regulation was reduced, and debt was reduced.”

Congressman Allen West fired up conservatives, telling Republicans to “find the enemy and fight them wherever they are.” Like American paratroopers before the D-day invasion, West said they “must be like sharks that smell blood in the water.”

The audience applauded and cheered throughout his 19 minute speech, as West appeared before Broward Republican’s for a final time.

West concluded with words from the farewell speech given by Confederate General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson when he was promoted by Robert E. Lee.

“He said to his brigade they would always be first in his heart,” said West. “Broward County will always be first in my heart, and I will never forget you,” he told the standing room only crowd.

Special guest and Republican National Committee co-Chair Sharon Day was also encouraged by the work of the Broward Republican Executive Committee and stated so in an interview following the event.

“It was great to see so many Broward Republicans together in such a Democratic stronghold. Taking back the White House and the Senate is the only way we can save America.”

“Lincoln Day was an overwhelming success,” former Plantation Councilman and BREC Executive Director Rico Petrocelli stated. “It was encouraging to see many new faces from throughout Broward.”

Richard DeNapoli Speaks to Students at Pinecrest School

I had the pleasure of speaking to the students at the Pinecrest School about politics and why young people should vote Republican.  The Pinecrest School posted pictures on their website.  You can read their article below.

Pine Crest Students Discuss Election 2012 with Political Party Leaders

A Look at Election 2012 – Lunchtime Roundtable Conversations put our students at the table with the Chairs of the Democratic and Repulican Parties of Broward County. Mr. Mitch Ceasar, Democratic Chair, and Mr. Richard DeNapoli, Republican Chair, shared their personal road to political activism and discussed the issues that frame this year’s Presidential Election.

Students learned how important Broward County votes are for Florida and nationally and thus why “getting out the vote” truly matters. Punctuated with a steady flow of questions and answers, these lunch and learn sessions will continue in the fall when our guests return for more lively sessions.

Richard Speaking with students at Pinecrest School

Richard Speaking with students at Pinecrest School

Richard at Pinecrest 2