BHS senior wins GlynnDems scholarship

Damaria Gurley (left) and GlynnDems Chair Julie Jordan.

Student leader Damaria Gurley of Brunswick High School has won the annual Young Democrat Scholarship award given by the Glynn County Democratic Committee.

Gurley, who is a senior with a 3.56 GPA, won the $500 award with her essay about engaging in the political process through two clubs in which she is actively engaged.

Earlier this year she was named the Youth of the Year by the state Boys & Girls Club. She is the first member of Boys & Girls Club of Southeast Georgia to win the top award in Georgia.

She will attend Fort Valley State University in the fall on an academic scholarship.

1st Congressional Democratic Meeting

Join Democrats from the 17 counties that make up the First Congressional District on May 18 from 1-4 p.m.

Teresa Tomlinson, former mayor of Columbus will be the guest speaker.

Screven Community Center, 441 Bill Royal St., Screven, GA 31560

Registration opens at 12:30.

Snacks and drinks available for purchase.

Georgia 1st Congressional Democrats

1st Congressional District: Bacon, Brantley, Bryan, Camden, Charlton, Chatham, Clinch, Echols, Glynn, Liberty, Long, McIntosh, Pierce, Ware, and Wayne counties and parts of Effingham, and Lowndes counties


March 25 Meeting: Commissioner Allen Booker, Amenities Kits for Homeless

Thanks so much to all, who attended the Glynn Dems March Community meeting March 25.  It was diverse, engaging, and interactive, with the highlights being: our keynote speaker, Commissioner Allen Booker. Many thanks to him, for leading a lively, thought-provoking Q&A; and compiling amenities kits for the ‘unsheltered homeless community,’ distributed by the charity, Gateway, through its Street Outreach Homeless Assistance Program. Many thanks to those, who donated travel-sized toiletries.

It was a great evening!

PLEASE NOTE: The April community meeting will take place April 29 (the fifth Monday of the month) because of Easter Monday.
We look forward to seeing you there!

What are you doing in 2020?

We need qualified candidates in 2020 to turn Glynn County blue. More than a dozen offices are up for election next year, including state representatives, county commissioners, county sheriff, and district attorney. In 2018 we showed that Democrats can do well in Glynn County. See which offices are up for election in 2020. We can’t win if you don’t run.