More than 250 Glynn County Democrats gathered Saturday night for a wonderful banquet: ENERGIZE FOR 2020.
Thanks to our speakers — author Roland McElroy, State Sen. Jen Jordan and Adrienne White of the Georgia Democratic committee. Rabbi Rachael Bregman led us in an inspiring invocation, and valuable volunteers Betty McKenzie, Gladys Lyde and Robert Morrissey were honored for their contributions.
Linda Bobbitt, a member of the Glynn County Board of Education, will be our speaker at the July meeting of Glynn County Democrats. Linda, a former mortgage company owner, is passionate about her community and about enriching the lives of young people through the power of education.
When: 6:30 p.m., July 22
Where: First United Methodist Church, 1400 Norwich St., Brunswick GA 31520. We will meet in the Miller Building, which is behind the sanctuary. Enter from Wolfe Street.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, according to its Bylaws, all vacancies in Executive Committee Posts or Officers, in the Glynn County Democratic Committee, shall be filled by election of the remaining Committee members, provided at least three members remain. Current Vacancy includes: • one (1) District 1 Representative The representative will be elected to serve on the Committee for a four-year term, pro-rated from when the original term began. In this case, the term would end during the Presidential General Primary month, in 2020. The election will be held, by the Executive Committee, at 5:15 p.m., Monday, July 22, at the First United Methodist Church (in the Miller Building behind the church), Brunswick GA 31520. If you’re interested, send a letter of intent by 5 p.m. July 15, to Committee Chair Julie Jordan, email@example.com. Please, also, direct your questions to Committee Chair, Julie Jordan, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks very much to all who attended the June 24 GlynnDems community meeting, and to Lisa Ring, chair of the Democratic Party of Georgia’s 1st Congressional District, for being our keynote speaker. Lots of great questions and answers. Ring said she hopes that the large field of Democratic primary candidates avoids the divisiveness that could weaken the eventual presidential candidate.