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The location is the Sawyer Park Pavilion.
There will be Pot Luck eatery and plenty of beer.
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Speaker: Mark Pocan
Thomas Paine “Common Sense” Dinner and “Gray Donkey” Silent Auction returns to The Door County Fire Company
This evening of fun and fellowship, honoring Revolutionary Era progressive, Thomas Paine, commences at 5:00 pm Social Hour, cash bar and Silent Auction, 6:00 Buffet Dinner, followed by guest speakers and ending with high bidders collecting their bargains.
Mark Pocan, very dynamic successor to Tammy Baldwin in the Wisconsin Assembly and US Congress, will offer insights into the current political scene. Bob Harlow, Democratic Candidate for Governor of Wisconsin, will also attend.
Reservations are required. See the official announcement for complete details.
Congressman Mark Pocan was sworn in as the U.S. Representative for Wisconsin’s second congressional district in 2013 following 14 years in the Wisconsin State Assembly. A small business owner, union member and lifelong advocate for progressive causes, Rep. Pocan is committed to using his unique experience from both the private and public sector to fight for polices that promote job growth and support the families of south central Wisconsin. In the 115th Congress, he serves on the House Appropriations Committee where he sits on the Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services and Education, and the Subcommittee on Agriculture. He previously served on the Budget Committee and the Committee on Education and the Workforce. Rep. Pocan is also the First Vice Chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC). The First Vice Chair’s leadership responsibilities include new member recruitment to expand the Caucus and being a strong voice for progressive values in Congress.
About DAVID BOWEN:
David Bowen became the youngest member of the Milwaukee County Board in 2012, one of the youngest black officials in Milwaukee history. Known for his activist work throughout the city, he is also a nationally recognized trainer for intergenerational community improvement strategies, serving on the Medical College of Wisconsin’s Violence Prevention Initiative Steering Committee and Milwaukee’s Homicide Review Commission. Read more at the following links:
JOIN WITH THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF DOOR COUNTY, WHERE EVERYONE GETS A PIECE OF THE PIE.
Open to all members and friends of DPDC. Bring a friend.
Tuesday, Jan 31st. All progressives welcome! This is an opportunity to see where you fit into the Democratic Party of Door County. We will have tables representing various issues and action items. (Clean water, Women’s Rights, Outreach, Local Elections, etc). We will also have a table where you can share ideas and network with others. The Democratic party is what you make of it! We the people, are greater than fear! Free of charge. All ages. Light refreshments provided. For latest upto date info click here.
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What: Annual Meeting with Review of the November 8th results, and election of Board,
When: Dec 15, 2016, 6:00pm
Where: Kelly Avenson Goettelman’s, Door County Makers Space at 26 N. 3rd Ave
Charolette Baierl will be chairing the board nomination committee and members are invited to nominate additional names for the board or volunteer to serve.
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What: Board meeting for planning and organizing.
When: Dec 8, 2016, 6:00pm
Where: Jane Green Room of the Library
Who: Board members and DPDC members are always welcome.
Charolette Baierl will be chairing the board nomination committee and DPDC members are invited to nominate additional names for the board.
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1. Call to order
2. Approve Agenda
3. Approve Past Meeting Minutes
4. Bill Perloff will give an overview of the election results data.
5. Discussion of What Happened? Each person will have
5 minutes to talk with our interruption unless it is invited.
6. Discussion of New Directions the local Party Needs to take.
5 minutes for each person to talk without interruption unless
it is invited.
7. Dates chosen and tasks assigned for the upcoming
meetings and communications.
8. Old and New Business
We need 6 to 8 working computers – They need to be Windows XP or later with WiFi – either laptop or tower. We only need them for a week, Nov. 1-8, they can be returned. Please check your closets and garages for that old one you replaced. If you find a serviceable computer there, please call Allin at 492-2912. You can delete your most personal of files or set User to Guest but otherwise, they do not need to be wiped.