Fall News

September 28Chatham Reception for candidate for Governor Setti Warren at on Thursday at 4:30 P.M. http://secure.actblue.com/donate/chathamforsettiwarren

October 8thKeatingForCongress.com @ 3 - 5 PM at the home of Fran Schofield & Paul Berry, Fox Meadow Dr, Brewster

Suggested Donation: $50 • $100 • $250 - Activists: $20 Person • $35 Couple - Click Here to RSVP Online or mail your check made payable to The Bill Keating Committee c/o Brewster Event, PO Box 3065, Buzzards Bay, MA 02532

October 4 - The Orleans Democratic Town Committee will meet on Wednesday at 5:00 PM at the Skaket Room, Town Hall in Orleans.

Dillon McCarthy, Chair of the Cape Cod High School Democrats and Kevin Galligan, of Galligan Energy Consulting will be the guest speakers. Dillon will share the work of the High School Dems and how the Orleans Committee might support and help them. Kevin will discuss the Eversource Rate increases as well as inform us on what is happening with energy on the Cape.

October 20Barbara Gray Legacy Award Dinner - The dinner is scheduled for Friday at the Wellfleet Preservation Hall, beginning at 5:30 PM.

Please Join the Outer Cape Democratic Coalition For the Third Annual

BARBARA GRAY LEGACY AWARD

Presentation and Dinner to Honor

Mary Jane Gibson

Master of Ceremonies, Representative Sarah Peake
Keynote Speaker, Philip W. Johnston

October 20 - 5:30 to 8:30 pm

Preservation Hall ~ 335 Main Street ~ Wellfleet, Massachusetts

Dinner Catered by Van Rensselaer’s Restaurant

Tickets: $50 per person - Kindly pay by check and include your name and address and each guest's name.

Check payable to: 'Wellfleet Democratic Town Committee' or 'WDTC' - Dick Guernsey, Treasurer, PO Box 27, Wellfleet, MA 02667

Your tickets will be waiting for you at the door

Ticket Information: Dick Guernsey Tel:508-349-3510 or rmguernsey@me.com


5) Oct 21 and 22 - Raise Up Signature Gathering - Weekend of Action 

We will be rallying on the weekend of October 21 and 22 to gather signatures in support of Raise Up's 2 ballot initiatives, the Fight for $15 and Paid Family Medical Leave. 

The volunteers can gather wherever they feel would be effective, anytime over the weekend. 

Please feel free to collect signatures anytime you want outside of this weekend, but this is to make a planned big showing. 

Distribution and collection of sheets, rallying points and training options will be made available. 

Please fill out this volunteer form- https://goo.gl/forms/u7tJIzg8cW6rXIq13 or
http://cidc-strongertogether.nationbuilder.com/volunteer for more info.

For any questions, reach out to Steve Leibowitz - StevenL57@yahoo.com

6) October 5th – Upper Cape Democratic Coalition and Democratic Town Committees for Bourne, Falmouth, Mashpee, and Sandwich invite you to attend public event with Dr. John Holdren President Barack Obama’s Science Advisor and Woods Hole Research Center Scientist speaking on topic: “Science and Environment in the White House: What Obama did; What Trump is doing; What we can do.” Thursday, October 5th, 7PM Morse Pond School 323 Jones Road, Falmouth


October 13th – Centennial Celebration honoring the life of Thelma Goldstein, Friday, October 13th, 5:30-7:30PM, Falmouth Art Center. http://falmouthdemocratictowncommittee.org/?page_id=14

October 25th (RE-SCHEDULED DATE) – Dan Wolf, founder and CEO Cape Air and former Cape & Islands State Senator, will speak on “Broad Based Economic Message Needed by Democratic Candidates to Win Elections” on Wednesday, October 25th, 7PM at the Gus Canty Community Center.

7) September 29 - newenglandseasonalbusiness.org - Representative William Keating Fundraising Reception – Sept 29 @ Mac’s - 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT - $125.00

NESBC and Mac’s Seafood will host a fundraising reception at Mac’s Fish House in Provincetown for Representative William Keating (D-MA.) State Senator Julian Cyr will also join us.

The general reception will begin at 5pm with complimentary hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar

Congressman Keating has been a tireless advocate for our small business community on the H-2B issue – and most recently on the threat to eliminate the J-1 program.  The recent DACA repeal has moved the issue of immigration reform back to the forefront in Congress. 

Please RSVP by Sept. 25 to Michelle Kinzer at (202) 783-2596 or mkinzer@psw-inc.com (roundtable and reception) or online at www.billkeating.org/nesbc (reception only.)

Mac’s Fish House is located at 85 Shank Painter Road, Provincetown.


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