Welcome to the Whatcom County Democratic Party! We invite you to browse our site and hope you will find something that helps inspire your political spirit. It is our desire to help keep you informed and motivated in support of the ideals and principles of the Whatcom County Democrats.
Our next monthly meeting will be held on Monday, April 8that the Olive Garden Restaurant(4276 Guide Meridian) beginning at 11:30. Lunch is available for under $10.00. Our guest will be Dan Pike, former Mayor of Bellingham. He will be speaking about transportation and global warming. Everyone is welcome to join us! For more information call Linda Pace at 734-1697.
The Bellingham Chapter of Drinking Liberally is looking for local politicians, activists, teachers, leaders and other movers and shakers to be featured guests. This is an enjoyable way for local citizens to have informal and casual dialogue with thought leaders in the community. Meetings are the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in The Horseshoe Cafe's Ranch Room (113 E Holly St.). All it requires is a five-minute introduction followed by casual and informal conversation with their friendly group. Those interested can email Tara at email@example.com.
Thursday, March 21
7:00 - 9:00 PM
Norway Hall 1419 N. Forest St Bellingham (between Champion & Magnolia)
All Democrats Welcome
Have you sent a message of support to your Democratic State Legislators lately? They want to hear from constituents. Kris Lytton says that a message of support helps her get through long days in Olympia.
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Whatcom Democrats/ Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association Work-party at Terrell Creek, April 6th, 9am to 12:00 noon.
Custer PCO Bob Seaman has arranged a joint work- party with the Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association (NSEA) to help in the ongoing restoration of Terrell Creek. We will be cutting reed canary grass, brush, and weeds, and planting trees and shrubs. NSEA will supply the tools and gloves.
The first Outreach Committee Meeting of the year has been scheduled for Wednesday, March 13th at noon and will be held at the Whatcom Democratic Office (215 W. Holly Street, Suite B-27). Please join us and bring your ideas for discussion on how we can build the party and find ways to show people how voting can make a difference in their lives. We will also be talking about our participation at fairs, festivals and parades throughout Whatcom County this spring and summer. If you have any questions, please call our office at 647-7661 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
by Lauren Hatch
The Young Democrats of Washington State held their yearly conven- tion in Spokane, Washington over the last weekend in February. Among the participants were twelve enthusiastic members of the Whatcom County Young Democrats and the Western Washington University Democrats.
by Riley Sweeney
Ronalee and Peggy are gearing up for the best plant sale ever! In order to have great vegetable starts, raspberry plants, and “perky as Sarah Palin” flowering plants, the dynamic duo has decided on a later-than-usual date for the event. The sale will take place on June 7, 8th and 9th.
The first meeting of the Whatcom Democrats political book discussion group will be on Tuesday evening, March 12th, at 7:00 in the Whatcom Dems office at Bay and Holly Streets. Our first book is The Political Brain: The Role of Emotion in Deciding the Fate of a Nation by Drew Weston. Village Books has ordered copies and Barnes & Noble will have them near the end of next week. Feel free to come join the discussion, even if you haven’t started the book.