Rowan Dem Breakfast Saturday with Judge Lucy Inman

Come join your fellow Rowan Democrats this Saturday, January 8, for our monthly virtual breakfast!

Every Second Saturday of the month we come together to talk about what’s going on in our local community and what we can do to make our community a better place for everyone.

This month we are pleased to have joining us Judge Lucy Inman, who is running for the NC Supreme Court.

So if you have something that you want to bring up with your fellow Democrats, come and join us this Saturday starting at 10 AM. Registration is here: www.tinyurl.com/rowanjan2022

You can also now catch up on all our breakfast gatherings on our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK11FEO94SrHrZkWPY0YLHg

Registration is required to attend. Register here today and the Zoom log-in info will be emailed to you automatically (check your spam or “promotions” folder).

After you register, you will be taken to the county party’s donation page. Please be sure to give a donation online, it’s how we keep these meetings going and fund our organizing efforts throughout the county!

If you can’t attend, but would still like to donate, you can do so here: www.actblue.com/donate/rowanbreakfast

breakfast, this Saturday, with Dr. Aimy Steele,  Executive Director of the New North Carolina Project

Register here for 10am breakfast, this Saturday, with Dr. Aimy Steele.

Dr. Steele, our featured speaker, is a community activist, organizer, and Executive Director of the New North Carolina Project. 

This will be an engaging, empowering, important breakfast with fellow Democrats.

The New North Carolina Project’s mission is to make politics represent the needs of North Carolinians by investing in communities of color, expanding the engaged electorate and creating #VotersForever.

Dr. Steele is a former candidate for NC House District 82 both in 2018 and 2020. Utilizing her extensive K-12 public school operation experience, she began The New North Carolina Project in an effort to increase the electorate and turnout in traditionally Black and Brown communities. Aimy has a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish & K-12 Education, a Master’s in School Administration, and a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction. She resides in Concord, NC with her husband of 22 years, Michael, and their 5 children.

Register now and mark you calendar.

July 10 Breakfast on Education in NC

Do you remember the Aesop Fable about the Alligator and the Frog? The frog wanted to find a way across the river but was terrified of the river snakes.  Then along came an alligator who offered him a ride on his tail and convinced the frog his intentions were good.  The frog hesitated, but eventually went along with the alligator. 
 
We all know what happened to the frog.

In this case, the frog is the North Carolina School System, now on the back of an alligator, Senator Phil Berger.

On Saturday, July 10th, Dr. Jen Mangrum will discuss the fate of North Carolina’s public schools under the leadership of NC’s most powerful alligator.  Understanding the plan can help us change the outcome for our students, families, and communities. 

You can register for the event here.

If you can’t attend but want to donate to your local Democratic Party, you can do that here.
 
Dr. Jen Mangrum is a former elementary classroom teacher for over a decade and is currently an Associate Professor at UNC-Greensboro where she teaches, advises and coordinates teacher education programs.
 
In 2018, Jen ran for NC Senate against Senator Phil Berger and in 2020, Jen was the Democratic nominee for NC State Superintendent of Public Instruction. She is a champion for public schools and calls for a great teacher in every classroom, a great principal in every school and proper funding for public schools to meet the needs of North Carolina’s diverse population.
What: July Breakfast
When: 10am. Saturday, July 10, 2021
Where: Zoom (Register Here)
Rowan Dems donations: Here

Dr. Amber Baker, member of NC House, will speak at May Breakfast

Join us in May as we welcome NC House Representative Dr. Amber Baker.

As an educator and community advocate, Dr. Baker has served as principal of Kimberley Park School for more than a decade and has taken key steps to improve opportunities for children and families in her district.

Registration is required to attend. Register here today and the Zoom log-in info will be emailed to you automatically (check your spam or “promotions” folder).

After you register, you will be taken to the county party’s donation page. Please be sure to give a donation online, it’s how we keep these meetings going and fund our organizing efforts throughout the county!

If you can’t attend, but would still like to donate, you can do so here: www.actblue.com/donate/rowanbreakfast

Alyssa Harris Breakfast Presentation this Saturday, March 13

Come and enjoy a delicious virtual online breakfast with your fellow Democrats from across Rowan this Saturday, March 13th at 10 AM. 

This month we have as our featured speaker Alyssa Harris, interim director of the Rowan County Health Department. She will be giving us a presentation entitled, “COVID19 Updates: Cases, Vaccines, and the behind the scenes of addressing the pandemic in Rowan County.” 

We will also have our precinct leadership give updates on what they are doing and how you can get involved! 

Registration is required to attend. Register here today and the Zoom log-in info will be emailed to you automatically (check your spam or “promotions” folder).

After you register, you will be taken to the county party’s donation page. Please be sure to give a donation online, it’s how we keep these meetings going and fund our organizing efforts throughout the county!

If you can’t attend, but would still like to donate, you can do so here: www.actblue.com/donate/rowanbreakfast

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