The Democratic Party of Clackamas County invite you to join us on Saturday, October 12, 2019, for the Roosevelt Dinner & Auction. This gala event will be at the Tualatin Country Club and feature a delicious dinner, Congressman Earl Blumenauer and other guest speakers, and a live auction with auctioneer Dave Hunt
4-6 p.m. Sunday, July 7, at Willamette View Commons
1661 SE River Ridge Drive, Milwaukie
Join us to kick-off the re-election campaigns for our Clackamas County Commission Chair Jim Bernard and Commissioner Ken Humberston
Menu: All the ice cream, cookies, wine & soft drinks you can eat & drink
Sponsored by your HD41 Democratic Caucus Precinct Committeepersons:
Jeanne Magmer, John DeHaas, Mike Litt and Bob Ely
By Peter Nordbye, Chair of Clackamas County Democrats
One of the great philosophical questions of all time is “WHY?” One of the great philosophical responses to that question most of the time is “WHY NOT?” But in answering “Why attend the Clackamas County Democratic Party fundraiser Roosevelt Dinner &Auction at the Tualatin Country Club on November 11th,” the “why not” response is not adequately deep in a cognative sense.
Here is why it is a great idea to attend the Roosevelt Dinner on November 11th:
Our keynote speaker is Congressperson Suzanne Bonamici.
Our DPO Chair, Jeanne Atkins, will present the Jill Thorn Grant Award to Sonya Fischer.
The Monroe Sweetland Democrat of the Year Award will be revealed.
Dave Hunt will be auctioneer and there are many fabulous items being auctioned.
Once again, the silent auction and raffle items will blow your mind.
It is always fun hanging out with fellow Democrats.
It is very cool to hang out with Democrats nowadays.
We raise funds to elect Democrats and to support important work in Clackamas County.
Then, again, Why Not?
Come join us at the Roosevelt Dinner & Auction on November 11th. Help build the Democratic Party of Clackamas County through your support. Besides, it’s really fun. You have until November 8th to purchase tickets to the dinner.
Wayne Morse was one of the most prolific statesmen to ever serve Oregon. He had earned a number of nicknames during his time, including the “Tiger of the Senate.” In 1944, Morse won his first election to become one of Oregon’s senators, and he served until 1968. On Friday, April 28th, we will honor his legacy at the 8th Annual Wayne Morse Gala. Continue reading →
Clackamas Democrats had a record turnout and achieved a record net profit at its annual Pot o’ Gold fund-raising dinner in March at the Monarch Hotel in Clackamas.
Nearly $7,000 was gained through the auction of “white donkey” gift times i.e., unidentified but handsomely wrapped gifts.
In other words, the buyer didn’t know what they were buying. The fun occurred when they opened the package and learned what it actually contained, sharing that information with the other 110 guests.
Highlight gift of the evening was a Donald Trump bobble head doll, won by Joe Mazarra, of Welches. John De Haas, of Milwaukie, was the recipient of a “Trump Survival Kit” which included aspirin for headaches, organically grown coffee to stay awake during these tortuous years, other pain killers, and gag items related to enduring Trump’s presidency.
A huge “thank you” to all who participated, added to the fun, and contributed to the cause! The funds will be put to excellent use throughout the coming year to cover our operating expenses and support Democratic candidates and causes.
Did you miss it? It’s not too late to get in on the spirit of helping local Democrats win local races and encourage Democratic values by contributing today. Up to $100 per year (per couple filing jointly) can be used as an Oregon income tax credit.
It’s just a few days away — the annual Clackamas Democrats White Donkey Dinner — and tickets are going fast for the Friday, Jan. 23, 6 p.m. event at the Monarch Hotel in Clackamas. Deadline for reservations is Tuesday, January 20th, when Anita, our Fundraising Chair, needs to give a total count to the hotel catering manager.
Two major fund-raisers have taken place over the past several years: The annual Roosevelt Dinner at the Oswego Country Club is the big-ticket item, and this month’s affair, at $30 per person, is equally popular with a broader audience.
Instead of the typical “white elephant” event where a gift of indeterminate value is re-wrapped and re-gifted, Democrats call them white donkeys. An evening of fun is guaranteed as State Rep. Brent Barton will be our auctioneer, and high bidders win lovely gifts, possibly even a sudden surprise.
Two ways to make sure you’re there for the auction fun:
Mail your check to us at P.O. Box 44, Oregon City OR 97045.
Register at our website, www.clackamasdems.org.
Because this is a political donation, there is attendant paperwork no matter which of the alternatives you choose. But definitely pick one. We’ll see you there on the 23rd.