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Dems Spring Into Action at Granville Fundraising Dinner
April 29, 2007
Local Democrats enjoyed a Sunday afternoon dinner and fundraiser at the Granville VFD Social Hall. IIt was fun to see new and old friends and eat some delicious lasagna all the while kickstarting our fundraising efforts for the 2008 campaign.
Our first fundraiser for the 2008 campaign was well attended.
Darell Mcgraw and MCDEC chair Kelly Palmer greet their fellow Democrats.
Niklaus Giggenbach draws the winner of the raffle for County Commissioner Bob Bell.
Jean Friend was honored for her 50 years of service to Monongalia County.
Congressman Alan Mollohan Joins MCDEC for Breakfast
March 31, 2006
Congressman Mollohan met with the Mon County Democratic Executive Committee over breakfast at Voyagers restaurant. Members of the committee got the inside scoop on recent happenings in Washington. Mollohan praised "Sheriff Nancy Pelosi" who has reminded the president that there is "a new Congress in town". He pointed out that the days of the rubber stamp congress are over and that once again the checks and balances are back in position.
MCDEC Chair Kelly Palmer, Vice-Chair Sandy Barton, and 1st District Member / Morgantown Mayor Ron Justice (facing, left to right) listen to Congressman Mollohan (standing).
Little Miss Democrat Crowned at Pageant
October 21, 2006
The MCDEC hosted the Little Miss Democrat Pageant at the Ramada Inn. Girls between the ages of 6 and 8 were encouraged to participate. Kelly Palmer and Charlotte Teets worked together to put on the event.
Congressman Alan Mollohan crowns Little Miss Democrat, Autumn Haught.
Democrats Join the WVU Homecoming Parade
October 13, 2006
Mon County Democrats showed their spirit at the WVU Homecoming parade on Friday night, October 13th. Our colorful, patriotic “liberty” float was flanked by dozens of sign-carrying marchers. It was a great way to get out the vote of the thousands of cheering citizens lining downtown Morgantown streets. Now is the time to protect our liberty by electing Democrats! Many thanks to Kathy Abate and the whole float crew who worked on this event. And a special thanks to our own Miss Liberty, Emma Taylor.
Local Democrats Attend Jefferson Jackson Dinner
September 23, 2006
Many local democrats attended the annual dinner in
Charleston. The crowd was thrilled by the oratorical gifts of the keynote speaker, Senator Barack Obama. The entire pantheon of West Virginia’s elected officials and candidates also spoke and kept the faithful on their feet and applauding.
Photo by Chip Ellis Sunday Gazette-Mail
|From left to right: Congressman Mollohan, Senator Rockefeller, Mike Callahan, Senator Obama, Senator Byrd, Governor Manchin, and Congressman Rahall share the JJ Dinner Stage.|
Senator Robert Byrd is a mentor for Senator Barack Obama
|Becky Johnson was one of many local democrats who attended the JJ Dinner on September 23, 2006. Here she is with her friends Gov. Manchin and the First Lady, Gayle.|
Carroll Wilkinson, Carl Rotter, Patty Diefenbach, and Chris Wilkinson (left to right) enjoy the JJ dinner.
Election Sign Wavers
Jack Taylor and Bernice Kincaid wake up some Democrats who are heading to the football game.
Jack and Bernice are joined by Emma Taylor and Carroll Wilkinson. John Lozier was critical to this effort !
Family Fun Day Picnic (Download PDF)
50th Anniversary Luncheon of the Clinton District Democratic Women’s Club
50th Anniversary Luncheon of the
Clinton District Democratic Women’s Club
The Clinton District Democratic Women’s Club celebrated 50 years of service to the Democratic Party with a luncheon at the Historic Clarion Hotel Morgan on 4/7/06.
|State Treasurer John Purdue addressed the 50th Anniversary Luncheon of the Clinton District Democratic Women’s Club.|
Charter Members Valena Powell and Flossie Blaney (front, left to right) were honored with “100% Democrat” gold charms.
Standing from left to right: Bernice Kincaid, Delegate Charlene Marshall, Sally K. Richardson, Patricia Diefenbach, Carye Blaney, Barbara Evans-Fleischauer