YOU for Ohio?

On February 15, 2017, in Blog Example, by Jane Justice

Have you ever considered running for an elected office? The Ohio Democratic Party “Main Street Initiative” is hosting professional candidate trainings across the state to help you navigate and explore opportunities in public service.  From the School Board to the Statehouse, training will help you start this journey with your eyes wide open – equipped with the knowledge, support, and networks you’ll need to make your start.   Sign up at:  http://go.ohiodems.org/run 

 

Fairview Park Democratic Club member, Thommy Butchko, is working with “Friends of Sherrod Brown” to organize like-minded people to become more involved with the Re-Election Campaign of Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown.  Their goal is to raise $40,000 at an event on February 21,2017 from 5-6:30 p.m. at The House of Blues in downtown Cleveland.  Senate Democratic Leader, U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer, will be present among Senator Brown’s special guests.  Please consider attending and contributing at the highest level at which you are able.  Click on the “invite” link below for further details and/or click on the link for RSVP form.

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Ask the Mayor…a most informative chat!

On February 7, 2017, in Blog Example, by Jane Justice

February 2, 2017 brought another cold winter night to Fairview Park, but all 39 people in attendance at our Democratic Club meeting,  heard a most stimulating presentation by Fairview Park Mayor Eileen Patton, followed by a rousing Q & A session with discussion of budget, businesses, buildings, and much more pertaining to our City and our future. We are most grateful to Mayor Patton for her leadership and vision during her four terms of office.

Club President Troy Greenfield introduced three of our current Precinct Leaders, Gail Nanowsky, Nancy Mikita, and Bill McGinty, and invited anyone willing to consider taking on the role of Precinct Leader in open Wards. She also invited members to attend the March for Refugees Rally on 2/3/17 at West 25th & Lorain, and to get involved in ongoing weekly Tuesday visits to Senator Rob Portman’s Cleveland office. Members were encouraged to read the Indivisible Guide (A practical guide for resisting the Trump agenda) at https://www.indivisibleguide.com.

Please mark your calendar for our next meeting on Thursday, March 2, 2017 at 7 pm, and revisit this site for more information about the agenda for that evening.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ask Mayor Patton!

On January 15, 2017, in Meeting Announcements, by Jane Justice

1 Mayor Patton (1)Fairview Park Democratic Club

February 2, 2017 at 7pm

Dunson Room at Fairview Park City Hall

 

Ask Mayor Patton!

 

Have you ever wanted to talk to the Mayor?

This is your chance to join with members of our Club to ask Mayor Eileen Patton questions about many topics.  Ask her about her role as Mayor, the tasks of Administration, the Budget, the inner workings of Fairview Park City Council and City Services, and about the current and future picture of Fairview Park.

You do not want to miss this opportunity!  Circle the date on your calendar, bring your Fairview Park Democrat neighbors, and meet some new friends.  Join us!

“When you do nothing you feel overwhelmed and powerless.  But when you get involved you feel the sense of hope and accomplishment that comes from knowing you are working to make things better.” (Maya Angelou)

 
City Leader Danielle Sundberg addresses Jan.5, 2017 Club meeting.

City Leader Danielle Sundberg addresses Jan.5, 2017 Club meeting.

The snowfall and chilling temperatures did not deter 28 participants from attending the January 2017 meeting at the Dunson Room in Fairview Park City Hall.  President Troy Greenfield welcomed City Leader, Danielle Sundberg, who gave updates on 2016 election results, the 16th District geography, and challenges and opportunities for Democrats in the next four years. President Greenfield guided the group through a lively discussion about our post-election views and evolving values as Democrats, the critical role of social media in our culture and communications, and our challenge to build/re-build relationships in our communities as we anticipate 2018 and 2020 elections.  The Participants were actively engaged in the discussion and provided great feedback and insight.  We look forward to continuing our discussion and developing our action plans for local Democrats.

Next meeting is February 2, 2017 at 7pm in the Dunson Room at Fairview Park City Hall.