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September 24th 5-8:30 PM  Boone County Republican Fall Chili Supper

Join the Columbia Pachyderm Club to hear from candidates and other leaders for this annual event.

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Pachyderms Annual Chili Supper

Annual Chili Supper
Thursday, Sept. 24 starting at 5 p.m.
Knights of Columbus Hall
2525 N. Stadium, Columbia, MO

This is the annual fall event for area Pachyderms, Republicans and like-minded individuals. Meet candidates, bid on silent auction items and much more.

Live music sung and played by Hambo Latham


Theme: “One Nation Under God”
Speakers to include:
• Randy Asbury (candidate for Missouri governor)
• Edward Cage (St. Louis area conservative activist)
• Josh Hawley (candidate for Missouri attorney general)
• Jim Lembke (former Missouri state representative and senator)
• Bev Randles (candidate for Missouri Lt. Governor)

Please email [email protected] with questions, to RSVP and pay at the door, and to donate items to the silent auction.

Tickets are $15. Children 8 and under are free. Location map here.

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Who are we?

W e are the ColumbiaPachyderm Club, the original Pachyderm club founded in Columbia, Missouri in 1967 by the late George Parker. We meet every Friday for lunch at Jack's Coronado Restaurant located at the intersection of the I-70 Business Loop and Old Hwy 63. A buffet lunch begins at 11:30 A.M. and the business session begins promptly at 12:00 P.M. and ends promptly at 1:00 P.M.

We strive to have a guest speaker at each meeting. Our meetings are open to the public. We are a political club that holds Constitutional and Republican principles and as such we are oriented towards the Republican Party, but we do not endorse candidates in primaries, and we normally do not take official stands on issues. However, we are generally supportive of all candidates and we hope to be an inspiring force for the discovery and recruitment of good candidates.


Our purpose...

To provide a practical means for broad citizen participation in politics, and to promote practical political education and the dissemination of information on our political system. To promote development of potential leaders and to assist in carrying out the principles and purposes of the Republican Party in the following fields of leadership in government, individual rights and freedoms, clean government with local emphasis, and an informed public on the status of government and the issues of the day.



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