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|Our Monthly Members Meeting is held at 6:30 pm on the First Thursday of the month, at the Gomez Center, in downtown Auburn. You can attend the meeting in person or by Zoom. Click here for more information about our next meeting.|
AADC Fall Fundraiser – A Big Success!
The 2022 AADC Fall Fundraiser was a great success. This year we held the event outside at Auburn Recreation Park. Over fifty people attended, providing the club with ticket revenue that can go to support our candidates in the upcoming election. In addition members donated over 45 items to our silent auction, more than doubling our revenue for the day! Many dedicated members worked hard on the event. The committee met for many weeks to get everything ready, under the excellent guidance of event coordinator Noelle Filice-Smith. Arleen Harrison was in charge of the silent auction, with much help from previous year’s auction mavens, Leslye Janusz and Mary Helen Fein. Rosalie Wholfromm and Constance Alexander managed the finances and cash. Everyone enjoyed the taco bar and cookies. Dave Deckman and Stu Clancy helped to set up the sound system so that everyone could hear our fine speakers. Thanks to all who attended and all who donated! Once again AADC had a great event!
A Message From Our President Terry Rodriguez, September, 2022
To Auburn Area Progressive Organizations
The Auburn area is prolific with many Progressive organizations. These organizations have a mission to educate our population and encourage our local government to act on issues, such as environmentalism, equality, and changing industrial practices. The question becomes, what avenues, other than lobbying, are employed by these local Progressive organizations to reach the power of government so as to make those changes? The Democratic Party has a way. And I’ll let you know how.
AADC Loses Cherished AADC Member, Millie Livingston
By Leslye Janusz
For AADC members who may have missed an earlier announcement, we have lost one of our most cherished members, Millee Livingston. She passed peacefully at Mercy Hospital, San Juan, on Friday, September 9, just days before her 92nd birthday.
Millee was an active member of AADC since 2004 and served as the vice president for a year during the club’s early years. She would always volunteer to help the club with fundraising, in particular she was known for raising hundreds of dollars each year with raffle tickets for a $50 lei at our annual fundraiser. The club is considering arranging a scholarship in her name to continue her legacy of promoting peace and justice. READ MORE
By Pat Ferguson
Indivisible Auburn started in 2017 after the election that put Donald Trump into office. The Auburn Area Democratic Club provided the leadership and seed money to get us started. Eventually we became an independent entity that continues to work closely with AADC.
Over the years we have concentrated on actions for local and national issues. Members have done demonstrations on street corners, done a walk to support DACA young people, held up banners over the freeway, written letters and post cards to support candidates and issues, lobbied CA Members of Congress in Sacramento, canvassed Democrats, written letters to the editor, phoned and texted, attended town hall meetings, registered voters, advocated for climate change efforts, and more. READ MORE
AADC Supports Linda Lareau For Auburn City Council
By Scott Johnson
I’m supporting Linda Lareau for Auburn City Council. All politics are local, and you can’t get more local than City Council. Linda helped me to knock on hundreds of doors in the last City Council election where we were able to get Rachel Radell-Harris elected to an open seat on the Auburn City Council.
Now it is time for us to help Linda Lareau get elected to Auburn City Council. I first met Linda Lareau in 2009 when she sponsored a clean-up of the Auburn Ravine. She hosted the volunteers from California Conservation Corps, along with Lt. Col. Charlie Brown, as we removed trash from the creek in downtown Auburn.
Please support Linda’s campaign. She needs to raise several thousand dollars soon for mailers and signs. You can donate to Linda Lareau’s campaign for Auburn City Council here. In addition, please LIKE Linda’s campaign facebook page here.
AADC Supports Julann Brown for Auburn Union School District Trustee
By AADC Staff
AADC Supports Julann Brown. Julann has served the Auburn Union School District as a Trustee for the past 8 years. She is seeking reelection in November. You can learn more about her by visiting her website at www.julann4StrongSchools.org. Click her website DONATE button to offer your financial support. It’s important to vote for Julann and to defeat her opponents.
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Update from The Alliance for Environmental Leadership
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This update from AADC partner AEL lists all kinds of interesting upcoming events.
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