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Three of the Most Admired Women in South Florida Will Be There on May 6th!

    Good afternoon, everybody!

    The resistance continues!  Here’s what’s happening during the next couple of weeks:

    1.  John Ziegler’s team will be back at the West Regional Library in Plantation on Saturday, April 29nth from 10 AM to 6 PM to register voters and collect rights restoration petitions.  If you’d like to help at the Library in one of the 2-hour shifts, please contact John at 954-232-3918 or johnjoeziegler@aol.com.
 
    2.  Also on Saturday, April 29th, from 2
to 6 PM at George English Park, 1101 Bayview Drive in Fort Lauderdale, join the People’s Climate March sponsored by  the Women’s March, the Sierra Club, Progress for All, the People’s Climate Movement, front-line community groups, and hundreds of others as we march together all around the country for strong and swift action to prevent the worst impacts of climate change.  Ted Deutsch and Time Canova will be in attendance.

    3.  The next meeting of Indivisible South Florida will be on Sunday, April 30th from 3 to 5 PM, at The Sunshine Cathedral, 1480 SW 9 Avenue in Fort Lauderdale.  Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz will be speaking, as will Terry Preuss, Vice President of the Broward Teacher’s Union.

    4.  On Monday, May 1st, from 10 AM to 2 PM, we will be back out at the West Regional Courthouse to register voters and collect rights restoration petitions.  Can you join us? 
If you’d like to help out, please contact Ron McCoy at rmccoyohfl@gmail.com or 954-790-3106.

    5.  Also on Monday, May 1st, from 5 to 7:30 PM, there will be a rally and march in support of immigrant and worker’s rights at Bubier Park, 32 E. Las Olas Blvd. in downtown Fort Lauderdale, sponsored by the Broward Teacher’s Union and the Immigrant Coalition.  This is a multicultural event with speakers, entertainment, and food.

    6.  And also on Monday, May 1st, Broward County MOMS Demand Action for Gun Sense in America (http://momsdemandaction.org) and the Broward County League of Women Voters Gun Safety Committee (http://www.lwvbcfl.org) present a discussion on gun safety, with Author Tom Gabor, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, and Dr. Jorge Luis Sotelo.  This event starts a 7 PM at the River of Grass Unitarian Universalist Congregation at 11850 W. State Road 84, Suite 3, in Davie.
 
    7.  And finally, from 5:30 to 7:30 PM on Saturday, May 6th, in the Banquet Room of Volunteer Park, 12050 West Sunrise Blvd. in Plantation, three of the most admired women in South Florida, Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Chair of the Broward Democratic Party Cynthia Busch, and former State Senator Nan Rich will be joining us at the Plantation Democratic Party’s cocktail party.  We will be honoring Nan Rich with the Bill Kling Community Service Award, and former Broward Clerk of the Courts Howard Forman with a Lifetime Achievement Award.  There will be a delicious menu (see below) and an open bar.  Tickets purchased in advance are $50 and can be paid with PayPal by using the Payments button at www.plantationdems.org  Buy your tickets or ads today!

    Alan
    954-472-6211



   

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The Florida Supreme Court Has Finally Spoken and the News is Great!

    BREAKING NEWS:  The Florida Supreme Court has unanimously approved the ballot language for the rights restoration amendment, which would automatically restore voting rights to many of the more than 1.5 million Floridians with past felony convictions!

    Here is the actual Florida Supreme Court ruling:

    http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/decisions/2017/sc16-1785.pdf

    Here is the ACLU’s statement on the ruling (Thanks, Ronnie!):

    https://www.facebook.com/ACLUFL/photos/a.324141264969.46857.78120879969/10150832261799970/?type=3&theater

    And here is Desmond Meade’s reaction to this very welcome news:

    “Thank you! Thank you! THANK YOU!!!!
  We Made History!!!!

    Because of your efforts, today the Florida Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion that clears the way for the Voting Restoration Amendment to be placed on the ballot for 2018! (Read here)

    YOUR hard work made this possible!

    YOUR unwavering support game me the energy to keep pressing forward!

    Now we need your support more than ever.  Not only do we have to collect 700,000 petitions by the end of the year, but we also need to ensure that this movement remains as grassroots as possible.

    I am asking each of you to become a monthly sustainer to this campaign or make a one-time donation to support our efforts. (Donate Here)  Please share the donation link with your family, friends, and social networks.

    As for our petition collection efforts, we have our work cut out for us, but I am confident that we will get to the finish line together.

    Please expect to see an uptick in communications as we are putting together a comprehensive coordinated volunteer petition collection effort.  Until then, please keep up the great work and support.

    I love you all!”

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Respectfully yours,
Desmond B. Meade

Florida Rights Restoration Coalition
President 

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Let’s Keep Up the Momentum!

    Hi, everybody!

    Another great day at the West Regional Courthouse this past Monday, when we collected 91 rights restoration petitions.  I was joined by a brand new bilingual volunteer named Paolo Ayrolla.  Paolo was filled with energy and had just the right touch with people.

    We won’t be back out at the West Regional Courthouse until Monday, May 1st, but there are all sorts of other events to participate in:

    1.  On Friday, April 21st, at 2:30 PM, there will be a Town Hall Meeting with Congressman Ted Deutch hosted by the Service Employees International Union and Planned Parenthood at the Pride Center at Equality Park, 2040 N. Dixie Highway, in Wilton Manors.

    2.  John Ziegler’s team will be back at the West Regional Library in Plantation on Saturday, April 22nd, from 10 AM to 6 PM to register voters and collect rights restoration petitions.  If you’d like to help at the Library in one of the 2-hour shifts, please contact John at 954-232-3918 or johnjoeziegler@aol.com.
 
    3.  Also on Saturday, April 22nd, from 11 AM to 5 PM, at Esplanade Park, 400 SW 2nd Street in Fort Lauderdale,  there will be a family-oriented Earth Day event and speakers on how to heal the planet.  And then at 5 PM, at the same location, there will be a March for Science, co-sponsored by Rise Up!, Indivisible South Florida, and the Women’s March of Florida, to celebrate and support science and the scientific community.  https://www.facebook.com/events/396716634019007/

    4.  On Tuesday, April 25th, at 7 PM, the Plantation Democratic Club will have its next meeting at the Deicke Auditorium, 5701 Cypress Road in Plantation.  (The meeting night had to be changed due to unavailability of space at the Deicke.)  Our speaker will be immigration law attorney Denise Mendez.

    5.  On Saturday, April 29th, from 1 to 4 PM at Jose Marti Park, 351 SW 4th St. in Miami, join the Miami Climate Alliance, the Women’s March, New Florida Majority, SEIU, Union of Concerned Scientists, front-line community groups, and hundreds of thousands of others as we march together all around the country for strong and swift action to prevent the worst impacts of climate change.

    6.  On Monday, May 1st, from 10 AM to 2 PM, we will be back out at the West Regional Courthouse to register voters and collect rights restoration petitions.  Can you join us?

    7.  Also on Monday, May 1st, Broward County MOMS Demand Action for Gun Sense in America (http://momsdemandaction.org) and the Broward County League of Women Voters Gun Safety Committee (http://www.lwvbcfl.org) present a discussion on gun safety, with Author Tom Gabor, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, and Dr. Jorge Luis Sotelo.  This event starts a 7 PM at the River of Grass Unitarian Universalist Congregation at 11850 W. State Road 84, Suite 3, in Davie.
 
    8.  And finally, from 5:30 to 7:30 PM on Saturday, May 6th, in the Banquet Room of Volunteer Park, 12050 West Sunrise Blvd. in Plantation, Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz will be joining us at the Plantation Democratic Party’s cocktail party to honor former State Senator Nan Rich with the Bill Kling Community Service Award.  There will be a delicious menu (see below or attached) and an open bar.  Tickets purchased in advance are $50 and can be paid with PayPal by using the Payments button at www.plantationdems.org.  Buy your tickets or ads today!

    Alan
    954-472-6211


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Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Shultz will Join Us on May 6th!

    Good morning, everybody!

    Just a quick note about upcoming events:

    1.  I will be back out at the West Regional Courthouse (Broward & Pine Island) on Monday, April 17th, from 10 AM to 2 PM, to register voters and collect rights restoration petitions.  Please let me know if you can help out.

    2.  John Ziegler’s team will be back at the West Regional Library in Plantation on Saturday, April 22nd, from 10 AM to 6 PM to register voters and collect rights restoration petitions.  If you’d like to help at the Library in one of the 2-hour shifts, please contact John at 954-232-3918 or johnjoeziegler@aol.com.
 
    3.  Also on Saturday, April 22nd, starting at 5 PM, at Esplanade Park, 400 SW 2nd Street in Fort Lauderdale, there will be a March for Science, co-sponsored by Rise Up!, Indivisible South Florida, and the Women’s March of Florida, to celebrate and support science and the scientific community.  https://www.facebook.com/events/396716634019007/

    4.  On Tuesday, April 25th, at 7 PM, the Plantation Democratic Club will have its next meeting at the Deicke Auditorium, 5701 Cypress Road in Plantation.  (The meeting night had to be changed due to unavailability of space at the Deicke.)  Our speaker will be immigration law attorney Denise Mendez.

    5.  On Monday, May 1st, Broward County MOMS Demand Action for Gun Sense in America (http://momsdemandaction.org) and the Broward County League of Women Voters Gun Safety Committee (http://www.lwvbcfl.org) present a discussion on gun safety, with Author Tom Gabor, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, and Dr. Jorge Luis Sotelo.  This event starts a 7 PM at the River of Grass Unitarian Universalist Congregation at 11850 W. State Road 84, Suite 3, in Davie.
 
    6.  And finally, from 5:30 to 7:30 PM on Saturday, May 6th, in the Banquet Room of Volunteer Park, 12050 West Sunrise Blvd. in Plantation, Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz will be joining us at the Plantation Democratic Party’s cocktail party to honor former State Senator Nan Rich with the Bill Kling Community Service Award.  There will be a delicious menu (see below or attached) and an open bar.  Tickets purchased in advance are $50 and can be paid with PayPal by using the Payments button at www.plantationdems.org.  Buy your tickets or ads today!

    One last encouraging bit of news (Thanks, Mark Henderson, for sharing this.).  If you have not seen this yet, take a look.  The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has shattered all fundraising records in the first 3 months of the year!

    https://www.google.com/amp/www.nbcnews.com/storyline/democrats-vs-trump/amp/trump-effect-dems-shatter-fundraising-records-n746591#scso=uid_WPD_iAAMVxcKY_UB-wQxnA_1:0

    Alan
    954-472-6211


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The Rushin’s Are Coming!

The Rushin’s Are Coming!

Rushin’s, the new American political movement based on a “One planet, One People” philosophy, advocates inclusion over exclusion, healing rather than hurting, and sharing instead of depriving.

Our platform, a living document, includes:

1. Indigenous People’s Reconciliation: Indigenous peoples of the United States have been displaced from their history and heritage. Rushin’s support social, economic, and political reconciliation for all Indigenous Americans.

2. African American Reparations: African Americans of the United States have endured centuries of structural racism. Rushin’s support social, economic, and political reparations for all African Americans.

3. Capitalism With A Conscious: From its inception, the United States of America has been dominated by an in-equitable, “profit-over-people” economic system. Rushin’s support the peaceful transition to an equity-based capitalism which eliminates poverty and limits profiteering.

4. Environmental Protection: Earth is our only home, and we need it far more than it needs us. Rushin’s support the protection of all local, state, national, and global environments.

5. Sensible Gun Control: Guns represent the most violent form of common interpersonal aggression in America today. Rushin’s support sensible gun control which balances individual, state and federal needs.

6. Socialized Medicine: We are only as strong as our weakest link, and we are only as healthy as our sickest individuals. Rushin’s support universal access, single payer, government healthcare in the United States.

7. Globalization: We are one people on one planet: together we stand or divided we fall. Rushin’s support the continued peaceful and inclusive globalization of all peoples and all nations.

join us on facebook at The Rushin’s Are Coming

Motor Coach Transportation to “Tax Day” Demonstrations

We strongly urge people to take bus transportation to the demonstrations that will take place on April 15, Tax Day in front of Trump Tower, Hollywood, Fl, at 9:30 AM and in front of Trump Plaza, West Palm Beach at 12:00. Avoid the traffic, parking, driving hassle so that we can get as many demonstrators as possible. As you know Trump has not released his tax returns – THE ONLY PRESIDENT WHO HAS NOT DONE THIS. WHAT IS HE HIDING? 
WHAT IS THE CONNECTION TO RUSSIAN INTERFERENCE IN THE ELECTION? 
 We encourage you to make signs
April 15 “Tax Day” Motor Coach Routes
 
Pompano Beach (E. Pat Larkins Community Center) to Hollywood
Route Linkhttps://www.letskedaddle.com/events/7978
Code: 9831f936421   8:45 AM to 12:35 PM     $19.53 to $14.47
 
Plantation, (West Regional Library), to Hollywood  
Route Link: https://www.letskedaddle.com/events/7977 
Code 4dfeafd64e7   8:45 AM to 12:40 PM   $20.94 to $15.51
 
Coral Springs (NW. Regional Library) to Hollywood  
Route Link: https://www.letskedaddle.com/events/7976 
Code 494d37f53a2   8:30 AM to 1 PM   $21.65 to 16.03
 
Hollywood, (2500 S. Ocean Dr). to West Palm Beach –
Route Link: https://www.letskedaddle.com/events/7975 
Code cba4f299865       10:45 AM to 4:15 PM   $25.42 to $18.83
 
Town Center, Boca Raton to Trump Plaza, West Palm Beach
Route Link: https://www.letskedaddle.com/events/7994 
Code:  ed4a65d90f9   11:00 AM to  3:45 PM
 
To make a reservation:
1. Go to Start and Join Bus Rides to Go Anywhere | Skedaddle at the top right CLICK ON SIGN UP Fill out the form or use Facebook
 
2. Go back to the home screen and you will see your name at the top right – Click on it and go to the drop down menu PROFILE and click on it. Fill in your information and credit card number.
 
3. Use the ROUTE LINK above to copy and paste in your browser. The code should be there with all the information on the route. Make your reservation. An email will be sent to confirm your reservation. Remember we need 40 passengers to make the route go live. When it goes live that is when your credit card will be charged.
 
4. If you have problems:  Customer Support email is hello@letskedaddle.com and service phone number is 855-770-2670
 

Keep Up The Fantastic Work

KEEP UP THE FANTASTIC WORK
You accomplished this by phoning, demonstrating, and meeting our elected officials. Now we have one more demonstration for #5 the impeachment or resignation of the
TRAITOR TO AMERICAN DEMOCRACY – TRUMP
 
1.    First, we saved health care for 24 million Americans, when Republicans couldn’t unite behind health care repeal because constituent outrage was overwhelming. (But we have to stay vigilant, resisting all attempts to take away health care and holding elected officials who vote to repeal health care accountable.)”
 
2.    Then, white supremacist and Trump senior adviser Steve Bannon was removed from the National Security Council.
 
3   House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes was forced to recuse himself from Congress’ Russia probe—citing “left-wing activist groups” that filed ethics complaints against him.
 
4      We won enough support to fight Gorsuch via filibuster. As Indivisible writes, “A more acceptable moderate nominee could easily be confirmed. Invoking the nuclear option … is an abuse of power, and will forever change the Senate and country.
 
5      President Trump show us your taxes. WHAT ARE YOU HIDING? He is the only President that did not show his taxes. JOIN THE DEMONSTRATION APRIL 15 “TAX DAY” TO DEMAND THAT HE SHOW HIS TAXES.

Indivisible Broward #Resist April events

c/o Joanne Goodwin, jgoodwinnbdc@gmail.com
Every Weds. 4 pm Rally to #resist Donald Trump and the Republican agenda  at the US Federal Courthouse, 299 E Broward Blvd
Bring a sign or we will provide you with a sign
Every Mon-Thurs 8am-12pm Help us register voters at the Broward County Courthouse To volunteer please contact Mary Manupella  630 303 2598
 
April 13th   1:30-3:30 Indivisible Broward #resist meeting at the Pride Center, 2040 N Dixie Hgwy, Wilton Manor, with Congressman Ted Deutch and Jeff Clements President of American Promise and co-founder of Free Speech for People ​
 
April 15th  9:30 am Show us your taxes rally The Trump Tower, 2711 S Ocean Dr. Hollywood  

​Register here: ​

https://www.soflwomensrally.org/transportation-options

​and 12 noon at Trump Plaza 525 S Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach ​
  
April 27th 10am  SE Florida Regional Climate Action Plan Open sension    North Regional/Broward College Library, 1100 Coconut Creek Blvd. 

Join your fellow Southeast Florida changemakers for our Regional Climate Action Plan Open Session. This session is open throughout the day, so drop by when you can for as long as you’d like to help shape and review the first draft of the RCAP 2.0, and to meet with other climate leaders and stakeholders in the region. 
PLEASE RSVP: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScoLjsbkoJ02oIJ87TVjX-c18o166Nlp3Wtyt9k4cQJeJQNDg/viewform?c=0&w=1


April 22nd 5PM    ​

Science March. April 22nd 5pm

Hyzengia Park 32 E Las Olas

​, Ft Lauderdale
April 29th 2pm-6pm ​People’s Climate March – Broward County, George English Park, 1101 Bayview Dr. Ft Lauderdale 
April 23rd. All Day Earth Day

Anne Kolb Nature Center. 751 Sheridan St., Hollywood, FL 

 
April 26th 7:30 PM Join the North Broward Democratic Club for their monthly meeting with guest speaker Stephen Bittel, Chair of the FDP,  Emma Lou Olson Center, 1801 NE 6th St. Pompano Beach ​



Joanne Goodwin, President
North Broward Democratic Club

Phone: cell 954 683 7789
         home 954 783 8232
“Never stop believing that fighting for what is right is worth it” 
Hillary Nov 2016

War as Political Stagecraft

On October 26, 1973, naively, I was shocked to hear Marvin Kalb of CBS News tell President Nixon, “There has been some line of speculation this morning, that the American [military] alert might have been prompted as much perhaps by American domestic requirements as by the real requirements of diplomacy in the Middle East.”

Kalb was challenging the President whether he had staged a worldwide American military alert to quiet domestic political troubles. Six days earlier Nixon had fired Watergate Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox in the Saturday Night Massacre. I did not notice Nixon’s response to Kalb, but he clung to office under the heat of impeachment 9 more months.

Déjà vu?

If apparently truthsaying Presidents such as FDR can commit whoppers, e.g., Yalta was not a sell-out of Poland to Stalin, (see Eric Alterman’s “When Presidents lie: A history of official deception and its consequences“), is there any reason not to be cynical about war-making by President Trump, who lies about even silly things such as how big is his crowd size?

Prevaricator Donald J. Trump’s fibs have used mostly soft instruments such as twitter, not other people, and not instruments of hard power. U. S. Representative Devin Nunes’ caper on the White House grounds is an exception. Now it appears that the boy President has graduated to a bigger playground.

What is so politically well tuned in Trump’s missile attack on Al Shayrat airfield, in ostensible response to Syrian President Bassar Al-Assad’s poison gassing of babies and children (which didn’t bother stagecrafter Trump before he was in the hot seat), is that his two strongest critics in the GOP, Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham are doing a 180. They are applauding Trump.

As a bonus, Trump’s missile attack may have sanitized his bromance problem with the former KGB guy. But real chessmasters do not get into a situation–such as a war in the Middle East–without a way out.

Trump’s bombing attack is the event we should all have been afraid of. History’s lessons are clear. Americans rallied around weak President George W. Bush after 9/11, and supported his deceiving the U.S. into War in Iraq, and his reelection. President Johnson lied the U.S. into the Vietnam War over the Tonkin Gulf, neutralizing Barry Goldwater snapping at his heels on Communism. And which assured Johnson’s 1964 election victory.  And, I speculate, may have strengthened Johnson’s hand in keeping Bobby Kennedy off the ticket in the Democratic Convention 22 days later.

Three weeks ago, Colbert King worried about fake war, “What if Trump, under intense pressure from all sides on Russia, decides to shift the focus to his commander-in-chief role and orders a shift in our military posture in response to a manufactured foreign crisis?”

We’ve been here for centuries. Shakespeare had Henry IV  say,

“Be it thy course to busy giddy minds
With foreign quarrels; that action, hence borne out,
May waste the memory of the former days.”
I am not cynical. Just realistic.

We Need to Register More Democrats!

    Good evening, friends!

    We had another great day at the West Regional Courthouse on Wednesday.  Collected another 10 voter registration forms, 3 vote-by-mail requests, and 79 rights restoration petitions!  Many thanks to Ron McCoy, and our brand new volunteers, Cristina Arroyo and Cyd Sterling, for learning fast and doing an awesome job!

    Republican senators today (Thursday) ended the longstanding requirement that a Supreme Court nominee must receive the consent of at least 60 votes in the Senate.  This will ensure that Donald Trump’s nominee, Neil Gorsuch, will be confirmed and will serve on the Court for decades.  From now on, any president’s nominee will need only 51 votes to be confirmed.  With this incredible increase in the importance of whether Democrats or Republicans have the majority in the United States Senate, we have to redouble our efforts to register more Democrats and restore the vote to those Floridians who have a felony conviction!

    Here’s what’s going on during the next few weeks and how you can help:

    1.  Next Monday, April 10th, Ron McCoy will be back at the West Regional Courthouse from 10 AM to 2 PM for more voter registration and petition collection.  Please let him know at rmccoyohfl@gmail.com or 954-790-3106 if you would like to help out.

    2.  On Thursday, April 13th, at 1:30 PM, there will be an Indivisible Broward #Resist Meeting at the Pride Center, 2040 North Dixie Highway, on Wilton Manors (954-463-9005).  Congressman Ted Deutch will be one of the speakers.

    3.  On Saturday, April 15th, there will be two amazing events:  First join the Tax Day March and Rally at 9:30 AM at the Trump Tower, 2711 S. Ocean Drive in Hollywood.  Join the Indivisible Groups and demand that Trump releases his tax returns.  And then at 12 Noon, join Rise Up!, Indivisible South Florida, Women’s March, and South Florida Activism at Trump Plaza at 525 S. Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach, for the “Show Us Your Taxes March-a-Lago”.  This non-violent demonstration of our First Amendment rights will begin in front of Trump Plaza and the march will lead to Bingham Island, directly adjacent to Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s Winter White House.  Bring your passion, your energy, signs, flags, and noise-makers!

    4.  At 2 PM on Sunday, April 16th, there will be a Freedom Cities event sponsored by ACLU/People Power at Temple Shaarei Shalom, 9085 Hagen Ranch Road, in Boynton Beach.  The purpose of these events is to help turn our community into a Freedom City that protects and respects the rights of immigrant families in this country.  This will be a family friendly event Celebrating Jewish/Muslim Unity Against Hate, and it will include a march to a nearby mosque (Al Amin Mosque).

    5.  I will be back out at the West Regional Courthouse (Broward & Pine Island) on Monday, April 17th, from 10 AM to 2 PM, to register voters and collect rights restoration petitions.  Please let me know if you can help out.

    6.  On Saturday, April 22nd, starting at 5 PM, at Esplanade Park, 400 SW 2nd Street in Fort Lauderdale, there will be a March for Science, co-sponsored by Rise Up!, Indivisible South Florida, and the Women’s March of Florida, to celebrate and support science and the scientific community.  https://www.facebook.com/events/396716634019007/

    7.  On Tuesday, April 25th, at 7 PM, the Plantation Democratic Club will have its next meeting at the Deicke Auditorium, 5701 Cypress Road in Plantation.  (The meeting night had to be changed due to unavailability of space at the Deicke.)  Our speaker will be immigration law attorney Denise Mendez.

    8.  And finally, from 5:30 to 7:30 PM on Saturday, May 6th, in the Banquet Room of Volunteer Park, 12050 West Sunrise Blvd. in Plantation, the Plantation Democratic Party will be having a cocktail party to honor former State Senator Nan Rich with the Bill Kling Community Service Award.  There will be a delicious menu (see below or attached) and an open bar.  Tickets purchased in advance are $50 and can be paid with PayPal by using the Payments button at www.plantationdems.org.

    Alan
    954-472-6211


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