RAPP DEMS CLEAN UP!

2019 BLUE STATE BLUE GRASS BRUNCH

4th of July parade 2019

Two chances to learn

Two of them!
  • Saturday September 21, 7:00PM  Theatre in Little Washington, 291 Gay Street, Washington. Rappahannock News in partnership with the Rappahannock Commercial Association have scheduled a forum for County candidates for Board of Supervisors and more.
  • Thursday, Sept 25th, 7:00-9:00PM – Marshall Community Center, 4133-A Rectortown Rd, Marshall VA 20115
    Fauquier Chamber, in partnership with the Fauquier Farm Bureau, Fauquier Bar Association, Fauquier Now and Fauquier Times, have scheduled a candidate forum for Va House District 18 candidates Laura Galante and Michael Webert, and Fauquier Board of Supervisor – Marshall District. 
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What a Yard Sale!

We labored hard over Labor Day weekend at our annual DOG DAYS YARD SALE at the Mt. Vernon Farm dairy barn in Sperryville, and had a ton of fun. The Friday night Pre-sale Party brought a big crowd. Candidates Laura Galante and April Moore stopped by to meet with voters and shop for treasures. By Sunday night, almost everything was gone. Huge thanks to Cliff Miller for the venue, and to our fearless leader Darien Reece!

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You’re invited to the Rapp Dems Dog Days Pre-Sale Party!

YOU’RE INVITED!

The Rappahannock Democrats’ Dog Days Yard Sale Pre-Sale Party!

The Dairy Barn at Mt. Vernon Farm, 147 Mount Vernon Lane, Sperryville VA  

Friday, August 30, 6-9 pm  

Get a first crack at all the treasures we’ve collected, with wine and snacks

$20 per person, to go to the RCDC.

RSVP to Darien Reece or Ross O’Donoghue at 540-987-8019

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Your little bit to overwhelm the world…

There are over two years of reasons to get involved to elect more Democrats in our local, state and national offices…all the way to the POTUS. Contact RCDC Chair Mary-Sherman Willis to see what you can do.

“Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.”– Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Click the photo to read the list of reasons to help the local, state and national offices
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