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         Our mission is to elect Democrats, uphold Democratic values, and support Democrats in Kenmore, Lake Forest Park, and northeast Seattle.

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    Special Time: 5:45pm - November 2021 Meeting Tonight! 11/17/21

    Reminder - November Meeting Wednesday 11/17

    Special Time!  5:45pm

    Our November meeting is intentionally scheduled to be a short, crisp one hour with a hard stop at 6:45pm, so that members can join the Environment and Climate Caucus for a program on the environmental benefits of installing heat pumps.

    Keep in mind, we do not customarily have a November meeting - we usually have an in-person festive fundraiser.  We will be back with Whine and Cheezy Excuses in 2022!

     

    Wednesday, November 17, 2021

    Special time!  5:45pm - 6:45pm

    Zoom Registration link:

    https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMrdOGhrjIrGNDbXV1Nz9dLtRUiJARHN5E-

    • Land Acknowledgement
    • Election Results Capsule Update
    • Consideration of Northshore Schools Levy - February 2022
    • Redistricting (The Saga Continues)
    • Treasury Report
    • 2021 Membership Drive
    • Indigenous Peoples' Month
    • Resolutions (click here for Documents page)
    • Good of the Order

    We have a hard stop at 6:45pm to give time to transfer over to the second meeting.

    7:00pm - Environment and Climate Change Program

    Hosted by Third Place Commons

    Electric heat pumps have become a popular way to heat our homes, even homes with existing gas and oil heating systems. They are efficient, don’t produce carbon emissions, and provide the additional benefit of air conditioning in hot weather. Daniel Poppe of Spark Northwest, a local clean energy non-profit, will explain how they work and installation considerations.

    This event will be held via a separate Zoom

    Please Register here:
    https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAvdeCoqTopGdHO8_TX5ore86u1yl5HAOKE

     

    2022 Membership Drive

    It's that time of year when we urge you to re-up your membership for 2022.  Our 2022 Membership kickoff will be at the November meeting, but you can get a jumpstart on 2022 by renewing your dues today!

     


    Reminder! October Meeting Wed. October 20 - 7:00pm - Amazing DEI Inequities in Health Panel!

    Reminder!  October General Meeting on Wednesday, October 20 - 7:00pm

    Environmental Caucus at 5:30pm - same link

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    Get Out The Vote for the November election is well underway, and our October meeting is also coming soon! 

    We have sample ballots in-house, and if you are a PCO, you have been contacted about distribution for your precinct.

    We have precincts with no PCO, however, so if you are not a PCO and would like to adopt a precinct, or if you are a PCO who wishes to do more than one precinct, please contact PCO chair and District Vice Chair Andrzej Montaño at [email protected]

    We also have an excellent program for our October meeting!  We will be presenting Inequities in Health Care with an excellent panel of experts in October.

    Official Call to Meeting

    Wednesday, October 20, 2021

    Zoom Registration link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEldemvqD4jHtZT6cpWobWZPK-D1_6CduKU

    5:30pm - Environmental and Climate Caucus (same Zoom link)

    7:00pm - Call to Order

    • Land Acknowledgement
    • Redistricting Call to Action
    • 2021 Membership Drive
    • GOTV update
    • Introduction of Resolution for November meeting – where to get additional information.  Recognition of Duwamish Tribe: Resolution Linked Here

    7:15pm - Program

    We continue our series of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion programs with our October presentation:

    Inequities in Health Care

    Early on in this pandemic we witnessed the uneven toll that Covid-19 placed on communities of color and indigenous communities in our country. We know, however, that this is only one example of the extensive and devastating inequities in healthcare. In our upcoming session, experts will explore some of the origins of this problem and the role of policy in exacerbating or mitigating these inequities. 

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