1) Longmont Democratic Office Grand Opening
2) Fundraiser at Brandon Shaffer’s Home
3) Truman Dinner
4) Four Mile Canyon Fire Help
1) Boulder County Democrats Announce their Longmont Office Grand Opening
From Boulder County Dems Vice Chair Garry Sanfacon:
This Saturday, September 11th at Noon is the Grand Opening of the Longmont Office of the Boulder County Dems!!
Where: Please join us at 723 Main Street to kick off this very important campaign season.
Who: Congressperson Betsy Markey, HD 11 Candidate Deb Gardner, Hd 12 Candidate Matt Jones and BVSD School Board Member Angelika Schroeder will be attending, as well as other candidates that will be sharing the space. Following a moment of silence to remember those lost on September 11, 2001, we will hear from the candidates, and have time for questions.
Details: Light refreshments will be provided, but we are encouraging everyone to bring a snack or hors d’ oeuvre to share if you can. THANK YOU!
We will have a donation box for the Fourmile Canyon Fire. The Longmont Humane Society is asking for towels, blankets, non clumping cat litter and canned cat food.
The office is now open and currently staffed by Longmont Area Democrats volunteers everyday from 10 AM -2 PM. In addition, staff from the various campaigns may be there at different times. You can call the Longmont office at 303-772-8820 with any questions or to see if the office is open.
We look forward to seeing you this Saturday!
Boulder County Dems
2. Fundraiser at Sen. Brandon Shaffer’s Home
From Brandon Shaffer:
Rollie Heath and I invite you to an event to support three great candidates for the Colorado Senate: Jeanne Nicholson, Richard Ball, and Cheri Jahn. Here are the details:
When: Thursday, September 23rd, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Where: The Shaffers’ home, 3028 Colgate Dr., Longmont
What: $50 per candidate (please come with or without a donation)
RSVP: (303) 623-4770 or firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Truman Dinner
Truman Dinner 2010 …
… with Mayor John Hickenlooper
Join the Boulder County Democrats and Mayor John Hickenlooper for an evening of fun and food. Mayor Hickenlooper is the Democratic candidate for Colorado Governor. Make your reservations below. Please consider carpooling as this will be a busy weekend at CU. If you need handicapped or closer parking, please email us at email@example.com
If you would like to reserve a full table for 8 people, please call Susan Boucher at (303)641-8981 no later than September 26.
Please join us for the 35th Annual Truman Dinner …
Date: Sunday, October 3, 2010
Place: Glenn Miller Ballroom, University of Colorado Memorial Center, Boulder
Address: Glenn Miller Ballroom, University of Colorado Memorial Center, Boulder, CO 80309 (corner of Broadway & Euclid – from Broadway turn east on Euclid)
Reception: 5:00 PM (cash bar)
Dinner: 6:00 PM [Beef, Salmon with pistachio lemon sauce, or Stuffed Acorn Squash (Vegan/Gluten free) – wine with dinner]
Parking: Euclid Autopark (east of UMC on Euclid Ave.) (map)
Speaker: Mayor John Hickenlooper (Web Page)
Price: $80 per person. ($80 after 9/26/2010) click here to reserve your tickets
So that we can plan, please make your reservations by 9/26/2010.
This website will automatically close for reservations on 9/26/2010.
The Truman Dinner is a time-honored Boulder County tradition, and our biggest fundraiser. You’ll enjoy great food, hear fantastic speakers and meet wonderful people. You’ll also get a chance to bid on fabulous silent auction items.
4. The Four Mile Canyon Fire
In the middle of a contentious election season, Boulder County is seeing its worst disaster in decades. It is hard to imagaine leaving your home knowing that when you get back … your home might not be there. Hundreds of people are now homeless through no fault of their own. If you suddenly became homeless, where would you go? Where would you take your pets? This is a reality for our neighbors and friends. While we will fight hard to see our candidates win in November, we also need to take care of our community TODAY.
Please come the office Grand Opening and bring some much-needed items for the most vulnerable fire survivors.
The Longmont Human Society is asking for:
1) Canned cat food
2) Non-clumping cat litter or pine pellets
3) Monetary donations to offset the overtime costs associated with the care and sheltering of these animals.
At this time they do NOT need dog food, thanks to everyone who has already donated.
They could also use the following: hand sanitizers, small/medium size dog/cat treats. canned tuna (in water), Kong dog toys (preferably black).
Hope to see you all at the Grand Opening and let us Pray for Rain.
Longmont Area Democrats President