Thursday, September 12, 2013


Tonight we have a very special guest! Nolan Varee, Finance Coordinator of the NH Young Democrats, who is also the Executive Director of the NH College Democrats, will be speaking with us tonight. The Farmington Democrats Invite you to a discuss the future of our local Democratic Committees. How do we engage younger members in our communities? How do we bolster membership and involvement on our committees? What opportunities for networking and team building between organizations are out there? Bring your ideas; bring your questions!

About the NH Young Democrats:

The New Hampshire Young Democrats is a statewide organization with over 500 active members. Our mission is to engage and involve young people in New Hampshire’s political community. We’re here to empower a new generation of New Hampshire leaders, and advance progressive ideals and values.

Local chapters have been formed in the Upper Valley, Monadnock, Seacoast and Nashua regions. Our statewide caucus includes the NH High School Democrats as well as the NH College Democrats. We are affiliated with the New Hampshire Democratic Party and we are a chapter of the Young Democrats of America.


Find out more at http://NHYoungDemocrats.org/
or follow them on Twitter @NHYoungDems

Following the presentation we will have our regular business meeting.



Farmington Democratic Committee
September 12th
Meeting Agenda

Call to Order 

Young Democrats Presentation
 
Secretary's Report
Treasurer's Report
Digital and Social Media Report

Old Business:

Farmington Adopt-a-Spot
Community Gardens
Hay Day Recap
Community Project Ideas 
Membership Committee
Other old Business


New Business:

 Fundraising Events
Other Upcoming Events 

Other Items

Next Meeting     Thursday, October 10th, 7:00 PM Recreation Center.
Adjournment



Directions:

Coming from Rochester on Route 11. Once close to Farmington there is a traffic light on Route 11 at an Irving station on the right. Take the right onto Route 153. Route 153 is Main Street. Follow 153 for 2 miles to the downtown. Go straight thru downtown. (Takes 10 seconds) Last store on right is Cumberland Farms. Next building on right is Krasner Law Office. Then the Old Farmington Courthouse, then the Recreation Center/Old Town Hall. There is street parking and also a parking lot to the right of the Recreation Center/Old Town Hall(you must drive to the back to get to this parking). Come up the front stairs of the Old Town Hall building(they face Main Street), through the front doors, and continue forward. First door on right.

Coming from Alton on Route 11. Once close to Farmington there is a traffic light on Route 11 at an Irving station on the left. Take the left onto Route 153. Route 153 is Main Street. Follow 153 for 2 miles to the downtown. Go straight thru downtown. (Takes 10 seconds) Last store on right is Cumberland Farms. Next building on right is Krasner Law Office. Then the Old Farmington Courthouse, then the Recreation Center/Old Town Hall. There is street parking and also a parking lot to the right of the Recreation Center/Old Town Hall(you must drive to the back to get to this parking). Come up the front stairs of the Old Town Hall building(they face Main Street), through the front doors, and continue forward. First door on right.

FYI-Google maps, Mapquest, and GPS often send people to the wrong location, as they all use old Farmington Main Street addresses before Farmington had enhanced 911.
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