The Williamson County Republican Career Women (WCRCW) will hold its annual Red, White and Blue event Friday, honoring Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson for his 17 years of service.
Anderson has held the office of mayor since 2002 and is currently serving his fifth term. However, his involvement in Williamson County reaches farther back.
The mayor previously served as county commissioner in both the 9th and 10th districts beginning in 1986 and has been a member of the Williamson Medical Center Board of Trustees, Williamson Chamber of Commerce, Williamson County Fair Board and more.
The WCRCW, a group dedicated to promoting the Republican party, will honor Anderson’s dedication to the county and to their organization with toasts from friends, family and colleagues such as Senate Majority Leader Jack Johnson and Judge Tom Taylor, according to President of WCRCW Linda Kollmann.
“[Rogers] has been an associate member for the last 20 years, and when his former wife Anita was still living, she was a full member of the club,” Kollmann said. “He has always supported us by donating to our … events. Even if he couldn’t come, he would buy a ticket and support us monetarily.”
The WCRCW will thank Anderson for his support and service by honoring him at its Brentwood Country Club dinner Friday, June 14, at 6 p.m. RSVPs can be sent to Karen Paris at email@example.com by Tuesday, June 11.