Important Updates: Monthly Meeting, First Sunday Walk & Leadership Lab Events
I hope this email finds you well and in good spirits. While Halloween is upon us, and we all enjoy the seasonal spookiness, there’s something even more frightening looming in our community—book bans. That’s why our Monthly Meeting this Thursday is a must-attend event. Our special guest, Joshua Malkin from the ACLU, will be discussing the Freedom to Read initiative and how we can fight for educational freedom in our state. We gather not just to inform but to arm ourselves with the knowledge and tools necessary to effect change.
Monthly Meeting Details:
- Date: Thursday, November 2nd
- Time: 7 PM
- Location: Del Webb Library in Indian Land
- Guest Speaker: Joshua Malkin, ACLU
- RSVP Here
For those of you interested in physical well-being and environmental stewardship, we have the perfect opportunity coming up this weekend. Our First Sunday Walk and Adopt a Highway program have been combined to offer you an enriching Saturday experience. Taking care of our health and our environment goes hand-in-hand with taking care of our community.
First Sunday Walk & Adopt a Highway Details:
- Date: Saturday, November 4th
- Time:10:00 AM
- Location: Fox Run Business Center on Hwy 521 and Elmsbrook Lane
- What to Bring: Comfortable walking shoes and gloves for clean-up
- RSVP Here
Lastly, we’re excited to kick off our November Leadership Lab sessions this Sunday. Join us for an enlightening discussion about the function of the DNC while enjoying the company of like-minded individuals. Hot drinks will be provided, and you’re more than welcome to bring a snack to share.
Leadership Lab Details:
- Date: Sunday, November 5th
- Time: 6-7 PM
- Location: RSVP for address
- Agenda: Understanding the DNC and its Functions
- RSVP Here
I look forward to seeing many of you at these upcoming events. Together, let’s empower ourselves and our community for a brighter, more equitable future.
Chair, Lancaster County Democratic Party
P.S. Feel free to dress up for Halloween at the Monthly Meeting. Who says we can’t fight for justice in costume?
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