Tag: Democratic Club

Democratic Club hosts Newcomers’ Welcome Gathering

Jan Race On Sunday, October 14, members of the PebbleCreek Democratic Club Social Committee and Executive Board hosted a Newcomers’ Welcome Gathering at the home of Janet and Roger Race. Despite severe showers the day before, we were lucky to share a beautiful afternoon of wine, appetizers, desserts and comradery. Those who came as newcomers…

Democratic Club announces 2019 membership drive

Alisa Moore The 2019 PebbleCreek Democratic Club membership drive began on October 1. Annual dues are $15, but those joining after October 1 and prior to January 1 will not be charged for any month of 2018 membership. All members’ 2019 dues are due by January 30. Membership includes monthly meetings from September through April,…

PebbleCreek Dems participate in Maricopa County Democratic Party Convention

Alisa Moore Several PC Democrats joined other volunteers from LD-13 early on Saturday, June 30 to help set up for the 2018 Summer Convention of the Maricopa County Democratic Party at Horizon Performing Arts Center in Scottsdale. Democrats from virtually all the local Legislative Districts helped with organizing, setting up, promoting, gathering donations and cleaning…

Taste of Tuscany October 20

Join us October 20 for the Taste of Tuscany, a Tuscan Dinner fundraiser to benefit the Southwest Valley Literacy Association. We are taking the “fun” into this event seriously! There will be Italian wines inclusive of the dinner, interesting raffle prizes and entertainment for $45 per person. When signing up, please indicate choice of entrée:…

Democratic Club meeting notice

Dianne Post is surrounded by club officers Cynthia Bush and Bart Alford.

Jon Lindstrom The January meeting of the PebbleCreek Democratic Club was filled with activity. It opened with Dianne Post as our guest speaker. While she is most noted as a legal expert and an international crusader against domestic violence and the unequal treatment afforded women, she spoke forcefully at our meeting on the under representation…