Sunday, October 16, 2011

Democratic meetings this week


Senior Democrats of Northwest Arkansas will meet at 11:30 am Tuesday, October 18th at Western Sizzlin Springdale. The program will be presented by Ernie Dumas, columnist, author and political analyst. Lunch is $10. Bring your friends.


MONDAY NIGHT: October Meeting

Join Washington County Democrats for our next monthly meeting on Monday, October 17th at the Washington County Courthouse. Networking/social time will begin at 6:00 and official business and program at 6:30. Special guest, Daniel Ortiz with Democratic Party of Arkansas will present about the Voter Activation Network.

*At least one representative from each of the auxiliary groups is encouraged to attend

Political Animals this Friday
Congressman Tim Griffin will be the guest speaker at Political Animals on Friday, October 21st--time--7 to 8 AM. at the Clarion Hotel in Fayetteville. For reservations email Richard Hudson,

Gray announces for State House
Fayetteville Alderwoman Adella Gray will make her announcement for Arkansas House of Representative: District
84 on Saturday, October 22, at 10:00 am at the Fayetteville Town Center.


The Benton County Democrats will welcome Lowell Grisham as their speaker at the luncheon meeting of the Benton County Democrats, Monday, Oct. 24. Grisham, Rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Fayetteville, will discuss “Viewing Politics through the Lens of Jesus”. The group will meet at the WalMart Room, Bentonville Public Library, 405 S. Main. Street. Registration begins at 11:15 a.m., lunch at 11:30, followed by the speaker 12:00 noon.

A frequent columnist for the Northwest Arkansas Times, Grisham is a graduate of the University of Mississippi. His experience growing up in Mississippi in the days of the struggle for Civil Rights made a big impact on him, and Grisham left law school to enter the seminary in 1976. He feels strongly about the need for tolerance in a diverse society. To reserve lunch @$10 contact or (479) 640-8336 by Thurs. Oct. 20. Seating is available for those not lunching. The public is invited.

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