October 24-26, 2014
The 2014 FFYR Fall Quarterly is tentatively set to be held in Palm Coast, Florida. More details to be posted soon!
Hilton Garden Inn Palm Coast
55 Town Center Boulevard
Palm Coast, Florida 32164
Nestled between St. Augustine, the Nation’s oldest city, and the World Center of Racing in Daytona Beach, Palm Coast is a Florida paradise – situated on 70 miles of saltwater and freshwater canals and the Intracoastal Waterway and just minutes from pristine Atlantic Ocean beaches. Vibrant lifestyle and the natural environment go hand-in-hand here. The City offers a dozen beautiful parks, 100 miles of connecting trails and paths for walking/bicycling, abundant fishing and boating, a year-round Running Series, and world-class tennis and golf. Lined with historic oaks, towering pines and indigenous vegetation, Palm Coast’s parks and trails showcase the splendid elegance of the native Florida landscape. The City’s respect for the environment continues to be recognized as the City is designated a Tree City USA and a Florida Green City-Gold Standard by the Florida Green Building Coalition. Palm Coast is a well-designed community in Northeast Florida offering a variety of attractions, activities and amenities that give visitors and newcomers an “authentic Florida” experience. Palm Coast is the closest I-95 exit to Florida’s beaches, and the area’s gorgeous wide beaches are not overly crowded or developed.
What is a Florida Young Republican?
Florida Young Republicans are registered Republicans who are 40 years old or younger and are interested in taking an active role in Republican Party politics. They are organized as a special group because, as young people, their different opportunities and situations deserve special attention for incorporation into political activity. Young Republicans take part in GOP activities in their communities, doing everything from registering voters and phone-banking to managing campaigns and running for office. They provide crucial support to the Republican Party and work to ensure the future of the party in their communities and nationwide.
What does the Florida Federation of Young Republicans (FFYR) do?
FFYR works to develop a statewide aggressive and productive Young Republican organization by attracting young men and women into the Republican Party and provide them with a practical means of Republican Party participation, leadership training, and political involvement at all levels of government. FFYR also works to further the principles, objectives, and platform of the FFYR and to promote the election of duly nominated Republican candidates.
FFYR is the statewide organization of local Young Republican clubs in Florida. Click here to find a local YR club in your city or county. If there isn’t a club in your area, please contact us about how to start a YR club.