It is with great sadness that I inform you of the passing of our long time member, John Killik. John, a former Club officer, has been a vibrant member of our Club and the larger community, contributing in so many wonderful ways over the years, and touching the lives of everyone he met. He truly will be missed and long remembered as a cherished friend. Our deepest condolences go out to his loving wife, Sandy, our Vice President and dear friend.  A 10 a.m. Mass will be said in John’s honor next Saturday, April 25, at Saint Wendelin Catholic Church, 2281 Columbus Road, just off of W. 25th Street. Please keep Sandy and the family in your thoughts and prayers.

We are looking forward to seeing you at our next meeting when the Fairview Park Democratic Club will welcome Mayor Eileen Patton at 7 p.m. on May 7, in the Dunson Room on the lower level of City Hall for the “State of the City” address. Also, save the date of June 4th for our annual Club picnic, which will be held this year at Mayor Patton’s home, 18880 Rivercliff Drive, 6:30 p.m.

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Please plan to join us at 7 p.m. on May 7 in the Dunson Room on the lower level of Fairview Park City Hall when Mayor Eileen Patton will present her state of the City address. All are welcome. Ample parking is behind City Hall just off the rear entrance to the building.

Please make sure to become a member of our Fairview Park Democratic Club as we continue to build a vibrant and active Democratic presence within our City and larger community. Your support is greatly appreciated! You can join by completing the brief membership form and mailing it in to the address on the form with your 2015 dues.  The form can be found by going to the “About Us” tab at the top of this page, and click on the 2015 membership form link.  Forms will also be available, and membership dues accepted, at the May 7 meeting. This is a crtitical year to join the Fairivew Park Democratic Club, as local elections will be held this Fall, and the 2016 Presidential campaigns will get underway in earnest. As a responsible citizen, it is important to stay informed and involved. 

Mayor Eileen Patton swore in the 2015-2016 Club officers at last month’s meeting. Right to left are President Bill McGinty, 
DemBd15-16Second Vice President Nancy Mikita, Recording Secretary and Democratic City Leader Danielle Sundberg, Vice President Sandy Killik, Treasurer Bill Hronek, and Corresponding Secretary, Jane Reilly. Not pictured is Sergeant At Arms Rodney Reilly.