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Whidbey Democrats hold annual meeting

The Whidbey Island Democratic Club will celebrate its 14th anniversary party and hold its annual business meeting later this month in Coupeville.

Tom Riggs, a former candidate for a 10th District House seat and a Camano park ranger, will be the guest speaker. Riggs will talk about wealth, poverty and economic injustice in America and discussing its political implications.

The annual meeting is 1:30 to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 20 at the Coupeville Rec Hall. The election of board members, outstanding awards and a membership drive will be part of the celebration. New members are encouraged to join.

Elected officials planning to attend are Island County Prosecuting Attorney Greg Banks, Commissioners Helen Price-Johnson and Angie Homola, Island County Treasurer Ana Maria Nunez, Island County Clerk Debra Van Pelt and Town of Coupeville Mayor Nancy Conard.

Light refreshments will be served. Admission is $5. Membership is $12 per person.

For further information contact 675-8318 or RSVP to whidbeyislanddemclub@gmail.com.

 

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