Our June Meeting June 12 we are back in our unusual location!

Dear Friends and Members of the Spring Valley Lemon Grove Democratic Club,

Our meeting this month is on Wednesday, June 12 at 6:30.

What an exciting time it is! We will be taking advantage of this historic time by having some of our member who attend the California Democratic Party Convention share their thoughts and experiences with us. Please join us for what should prove to be informative, engaging and lively evening we will all enjoy.

Our location is Monte Vista Village, 2211 Massachusetts Ave, Lemon Grove, CA 91945. We will be meeting in the Dining Hall, which is near the long driveway you can see from Massachusetts Ave. You can park in the driveway or on the street.

Cynthia Jurado

Spring Valley Lemon Grove Democratic Club
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Club Meeting: Tuesday, June 11

Hello, Clairemont Democrats!
As noticed at last month’s meeting, we will take final actions on supporting AB 1784 (The Secure the Vote Act) at our next meeting Tuesday, June 11th!
We will also hear a presentation from Jay Jayakumar about the draft of the Green New Deal, and hear from our guest speaker, our very own District 2 City Councilmember, Dr. Jen Campbell.
Finally, will celebrate and acknowledge our own Ryan Trabuco on his recognition last weekend at the California Democratic Party Convention as “Man of the Year” from the California Young Democrats.

If you have suggestions or ideas about meeting topics or event types that you’d like us to host, please email them to me or visit our Facebook page.

If you would like to join, or renew your club membership ($20 dues), please do so on our membership page. You may also renew at the meeting. Or, if you would prefer to mail a check, here is our PO Box information:

Clairemont Democratic Club
PO Box 178846
San Diego, CA 92117

It is our shared responsibility to ensure that people are informed, educated, and not mystified by stage craft, economic bribery or the feeling of helplessness. We have so many exciting things in store for our Clairemont Democratic Club members. We look forward to seeing each and every one of you at one (but hopefully all) of our meetings and events.

Our June Meeting June 12 we are back in our unusual location!

Dear friends and members of the Spring Valley Lemon Grove Democratic Club,

Our meeting is on Wednesday, June 12 at 6:30.

What an exciting time it is! We will be taking advantage of this historic time by having some of our member who attend the California Democratic Party Convention share their thoughts and experiences with us. Please join us for what should prove to be informative, engaging and lively evening we will want to be a part of.

Our location is Monte Vista Village, 2211 Massachusetts Ave, Lemon Grove, CA 91945. We will be meeting in the Dining Hall, which is near the long driveway you can see from Massachusetts Ave. You can park in the driveway or on the street.

Cynthia Jurado

Spring Valley Lemon Grove Democratic Club
svlgdems

Monthly Meeting Thursday June 6th








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Fallbrook, California Democratic Club
serving Fallbrook, DeLuz, Bonsall, Pala, Rainbow
and the surrounding area
   

   Monthly Meeting Thursday June 6th

When:    Thursday June 6, 2019
               6:30 pm Refresments / 7:00 pm Meeting / All are welcome

Where:    Hilltop Center
                331 Elder St, Fallbrook
               
                           

Update from members attending the CA Democratic State Convention
Eight of our members traveled to San Francisco to attend the convention.  Here updates from the weekend’s events. 

Club Representatives Selection  
Chose representatives to the CADEM pre-endorsement conference. 


Presidential Candidates Straw Poll 
Let’s have some fun!  Drew Tippen will give a short presentation to introduce the many Democrats running for president in 2020.  We’ll have a straw poll and see how the candidates stack up.
 

              Join or Renew Today!  

Still the lowest dues in the county.  Become a member of the San Diego County Club of the Year.  We need you to turn Fallbrook blue!   Just $10/year! 

 Renew in person at the meeting or on line here, or by mail, Fallbrook Democratic Club P.O. Box 293, Fallbrook, 92088.

 

Join now!
Memberships are now being renewed for 2019 at the door before our monthly meetings.  
We meet every month on the first Thursday at Hilltop Center.  

Skip the line by sending in your $10 annual renewal to
Fallbrook Democratic Club
PO Box 293
Fallbrook CA. 92088
or
Renew or join for 2019 by paying your $10 now online, just click below: 

You are receiving this message because at some point you were added to our message list, this does not mean that you are actually a member.  Memberships can be renewed at the door before our monthly meetings.  We meet every month on the first Thursday at Hilltop Center.  Or skip the line by sending in your $10 annual renewal to Fallbrook Democratic Club PO Box 293, Fallbrook CA. 92088.

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President:   Tom Frew
Past President    Michael Summers
Vice President:   Michele McCaffery
Secretary:   Drew Tippin
Publicity: Marianne Dickey
Treasurer: Sue Hagen
Political Action Chair: Rosalie Dido
GO Team Coordinator: Joy Frew
Membership Secretary:  Angelique Strahan

Copyright © 2018,Fallbrook Democratic Club All rights reserved.
 

The Fallbrook Democratic Club provides opportunities for active political
participation for members of the California Democratic Party in the
Greater Fallbrook area, serving Fallbrook, Bonsall, Deluz, Pala &
Rainbow. We unite in order to promote democratic principles, issues,
and candidates, thereby contributing to the democratic process in
America, and helping Democratic Party candidates get elected.

Our contact information:
Fallbrook Democratic Club
PO Box 293
Fallbrook, CA 92088

760-895-1778

2019 membership dues: $10 per person
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Register Voters

Next opportunities are Wednesdays, March 20 and April 17, 2019. See below for details.

We need to

One Wednesday each month new citizens are sworn in at a naturalization ceremony held downtown at Golden Hall. Following the naturalization ceremony volunteers register these new citizens to vote.

Volunteers are needed to assist the core group of dedicated volunteers who supervise this process.  If you are familiar with the voter registration form, then plan to be there at 10:15. For new volunteers a tutorial on the form and procedure will take place at 10:00am. The schedule is: 

June 19  (morning and afternoon, 10:15-2:30 and 2:15-4:30)

July 10  (morning and afternoon, 10:15-12:30 and 2:15-4:30)

You can help register on any of the above days or times.

Where:  3rd Ave. and B Street, in the Civic Theater Plaza, adjacent to Golden Hall. 

Horton Plaza, which is two blocks away from the Civic Theater Plaza, will validate for 3 hours of parking, no purchase necessary.  The validation machine is located on the first floor of Macy’s on a counter in the shoe department. Parking ticket can be validated before or after the voter registration. I think you need to arrive at Horton Plaza after 9:30. Please check to see if this is still available.

You don’t need to bring anything other than comfortable shoes, a light sweater or jacket, a hat and your enthusiasm. There is no storage space for backpacks or purses.  Bring water if desired. 

Contact Mercy Mandelbaum for information [email protected] or 619 435-1911

June 8th General Meeting

Please join us June 8, 2019 at 11:00 AM in the Coronado Library Winn Room to hear Ms Sandra Alvarado discuss the work that the San Diego Rapid Response Network does in our region.

Ms. Alvarado is the Network Coordinator for the SDRRN. As such, Ms. Alvarado is responsible for developing collaborative systems and carrying out the core network functions. One of her focuses is to identify, establish and cultivate community partnerships and relationships to grow the capacity of the network.

As a resident of City Heights, she began her involvement in the community as a senior in high school. Now a juris doctor, she is happy to use her background to help create bridges that bring together immigrant communities in the county.

During her free time, she has been a member of the City Heights Area Planning Committee (CHAPC) and has volunteered for several campaigns to elect progressive candidates to local office in the County of San Diego.

We look forward to seeing you at what promises to be an enlightening look into why Democrats are going to heaven and Stephen Miller is not.