ST. GEORGE— Washington County Sheriff Cory Pulsipher will be the guest speaker at this month’s Washington County Republican Women’s luncheon on Feb. 7 at the Abbey Inn. He will be speaking about local crime and keeping the community safe.
Pulsipher has served as sheriff since January 2011 and is a veteran police officer of 32 years. In addition to being sheriff, he volunteers for programs such as the Children’s Justice System, Relay for Life, Boy Scouts of America, Special Olympics, Shop With a Cop and Utah County Search and Rescue. As a member of the Republican Party, he serves the local community with conservative, family and patriotic values, WCRW said in a press release for the luncheon.
Event organizers said they are honored to have Pulsipher as a guest speaker. He will speak about crime in Washington County and share information on how to keep families safe. Attendees will learn specific information about the area and how to best defend against crime and other threats to the community.
The Washington County Republican Women have been active in local politics for over 50 years. According to their press release, they seek to educate women about current issues, the political process and Republican principles. They work on campaigns and support Republican candidates on the local, state and national level. They also provide community service and scholarships through their Caring for America program. More information about meetings and membership can be found on their website.
- What: Washington County Republican Women’s luncheon featuring Sheriff Cory Pulsipher.
- When: Thursday, Feb. 7, 11:30 a.m.
- Where: Abbey Inn, 1129 S. Bluff St., St. George.
- Admission: $15.
- For more information, go to the WCRW website.