Please join the Clackamas Democrats for a casual dinner with a touch of Irish malarkey! Sunday evening, March 10th, the fun starts at 5:00pm with cocktails and socializing at the Monarch Hotel in Clackamas. There’s a map if you click here.
During the cocktail hour guests can buy a necklace to participate in the “Heads or Tails” game with a chance to win a wonderful prize! Dinner will be served at 6:00pm, followed by a live auction of wrapped gifts. Yes, wrapped gifts! That’s when the malarkey begins – although the gifts have a value of $20 or more, you have no idea what’s under the wrapping. The fun is in the surprise! Perhaps you’ll find …. a Pot o’ Gold!
To support the auction, we encourage guests to bring a wrapped gift with a minimum value of $20, but it is not required. Please, no wine or alcohol. To accommodate your budget, tickets are priced from $30 to $60 each. You may buy your tickets by clicking on the Pot O Gold image on this website, or by following this link . Please show your support for the Clackamas Democrats, write this event on your calendar and buy your tickets today!
Milwaukie, OR (November 16, 2018) — North Clackamas School District (NCSD) announces that Position 3 on its School Board is currently vacant due to the resignation of Director Trisha Claxton. NCSD’s School Board declared the position vacant at their November 15, 2018 meeting, and approved the following timeline to fill the vacancy: Continue reading →
When Clackamas County folks went to bed Monday night, they were represented in the Oregon House of Representatives by five Democrats and five Republicans. Twenty-four hours later, there were eight Democrats and just two Republicans. Continue reading →
More than one pundit has already said that Clackamas and Washington counties will carry or lose this election for the Democrats. Let’s look at the numbers.
Multnomah County’s 527,169 registered voters make it the largest. And Oregon’s largest county is severely lopsided favoring Democrats. More than equaling it, however, are the combination of Washington County, 355,459, and Clackamas, 287,931. They, too, lean Democratic.