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Ohio Federation of Republican Women...
Greenville resident Zeiter appointed to Awards Committee  
January 19, 2012 

COLUMBUS, OH ─ Jean Turner, President of the Ohio Federation of Republican Women (OFRW), has announced the appointment of Sally Hole Zeiter as Co-chair of the OFRW’s Awards Committee for the 2012 and 2013 term. As such, Zeiter will serve on the OFRW’s Board of Directors. 

“I am very honored to be serving the OFRW on this committee.“  said Zeiter regarding her recent appointment. “This is such a great group of women to work with.” 

The OFRW Awards Committee is responsible for generating the forms and criteria used by the Ohio clubs in submitting their activities for recognition. Programs, participation, meetings, publicity, campaign activity, membership are just a few of the areas in which clubs compete. The Awards Committee receives all club submittals, evaluates them and selects a winner for the state of Ohio. The winning club will be recognized at the OFRW’s Spring Conference, April 21 in Dublin, Ohio. The OFRW then submits the winning club on for National Recognition by the National Federation of Republican Women at their Biennial Convention. 

The OFRW makes it possible for conservative women to join thousands of Republican woman leaders and activists, enjoy networking opportunities and the ability to meet and develop relationships with women from across Ohio. OFRW strives to empower more Republican women in the political process and increase the number of women in the party and in public office. 

Zeiter is currently President of the Darke County Republican Women’s Club (DCRWC). She has previously served as DCRWC Second Vice-president and on several committees. She has served on the Darke County Republican Executive Committee and has been active on campaigns for several Republican elected officials, including Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-8). 

Zeiter is a graduate of Greenville High School, Miami Jacobs and the University of Michigan. She has worked for Corning, Greenville Schools and Neff. She also taught elementary level school for many years. 

In addition to her work with the OFRW and DCRWC, Zeiter is very active in the First Congregational Christian Church and League of Women Voters. 

She resides in Greenville with her husband Erwin Zeiter. The couple has three children and eight grandchildren.



 
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