HAPPY NEW YEAR, CLARK COUNTY DEMS!
Since many of you have progressive values, consistent with those of the Clark County Democratic Women’s Issues Network (WIN), our members are extending you a special invitation to join us on Wednesday, January 9th at 6:00 PM for our first meeting of the year. The meeting will be held at the Main Branch of the Clark County Public Library in Rooms 1 & 2. Membership is open to both women and men!
You are welcomed to “sit in” on the meeting, with no commitment, to see what we’re about and decide at a later date if you’d like to join. Or you may officially become a WIN member that evening by bringing your annual dues, which are $20.
WIN has been undergoing some very positive organizational changes and we have many ideas for educational and issue-driven programs for the entire community in 2019. We would value your input and participation–both in this year’s endeavors as well as gearing up for those critical elections in 2020!
WIN is excited about adding fresh faces and a revived mission this year. We’d love for you to be a part of this!
WIN Corresponding Secretary/Newsletter Editor
The Clark County Democratic Women’s Issues Network (WIN) is a Political Action Committee dedicated to supporting Democratic progressive candidates, advancing women’s issues, empowering women, encouraging community involvement and providing a forum to discuss relevant issues.
Founded in 2009 by a group of Progressive Democratic women, the WINS have helped Democrats win their elections by both woman power during campaigns and financial support. The WINS have 2 major fundraising events: Our Chili Cook Off and an August garden party. The WINS also support Equality Springfield and Project Woman plus other community groups. To honor Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy, we have a service day each January. WINS also work with like minded groups on issues such as pay equity, healthcare, water and climate change. The WINS also provide a laid back environment for discussion of relevant issues of the day. Dues are $20 per year.
President: Melinda Barnhardt
Vice President: Sue Allen
Recording Secretary: Cynthia Dunlevy
Treasurer: Austin Smith
Corresponding Secretary/Newsletter Editor: Becky Willman
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