Navajo Canyon RWF is the largest and most active Republican Women's Club in San Diego County. We meet the second Tuesday of the month at Brigantine Restaurant in La Mesa. We welcome you to join us for lunch and mingle with other like-minded women! Click the Monthly Luncheon graphic below for more info.


Tuesday, Nov 14​

11a - 1:30p

  Doors Open at 10:30am

Keynote Speaker:

SD Sheriff Bill Gore

Cost:  $25 each

Brigantine Restaurant

9350 Fuerte Drive - La Mesa

RSVP Required:


​​Welcome to Navajo Canyon Republican Women Federated Website!

We are a Club Without Boundaries! Representing Central San Diego Communities Throughout Navajo Area and East County. 

Navajo Canyon RWF

2295 Needham Road #4

El Cajon, CA 92020


Welcome Members and Visitors!

​        Navajo Canyon RWF is an active, committed Women's Club that is accessible, professional and engaging! We want our members to Be Informed, Be Inspired, Be Influential, and to Make a Difference. We encourage you to join the dedication, enthusiasm and optimism that we share with each other. 

        I just returned from the National Federation of Republican Women National Convention in Philadelphia. What a great time had by all! Our club once again won the coveted Diamond Award, the highest award you can achieve as a club!  

       We encourage you to attend any of our Luncheon Meetings or Special Events scheduled. During the year we've had excellent guest speakers at all our luncheons and have had a packed house each month! We require RSVP as we sold out many times this year! We welcome you with open arms!

       Our Navajo Canyon Annual Fashion Show was held on Tues, October 10th and it was wonderful success. This was a major fundraiser for us, and we had fabulous fashions from Glamour Girlz, buffet lunch, silent auction, opportunity baskets, and shopping.  A big Thank You to The International Culinary School of San Diego for creating and donating the delicious desserts! A portion of the proceeds raised from this event will be presented to Warrior Foundation Freedom Station at our November 14th luncheon meeting.

       Sally Steele - President - Navajo Canyon RWF