Monroe County Democratic Women:
 Serving Monroe County Women.  

Meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of February, March, April, May, June, September, October, (November meeting is the 3rd Wednesday of the month) at the  Democratic HQ, 18 South 9th St, Stroudsburg - 7:00 pm
President: Nellie Gordon 
VicePresident:Kathleen Frisby-Burch
Secretary: Gen Battisto
Treasurer: Anne Fetherman
For more information: (570) 620-2383 or email mitzicat@verizon.net
 
 
The Monroe County Democratic Women will meet on Wednesday, September 19, 10am at the MCDC office to mail out invitations for the ER Brunch.  The next regular meeting of the Monroe County Democratic Women is Wednesday, September 26, 7pm at the MCDC office.  For more information: (570) 620-2383 or emailmitzicat@verizon.net
 
 
 
The 2018 ER Brunch is scheduled:
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2018
NORTHAMPTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
MONROE CAMPUS
KEYSTONE BUILDING, ROOM 202
2411 ROUTE 715, TANNERSVILLE, PA 18372
10:00 AM TO 12:00 PM
 


Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, in referring to the incident on the Senate floor when he invoked Rule XIX to stop Senator Elizabeth Warren from protesting against Jeff Sessions' nomination as Attorney General, said:

"She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted.”

Meet our “Persistent” Keynote Speakers:

MAUREEN MADDEN, PA House Representative, 115th District

TARAH PROBST, Elected First Female Stroudsburg Borough Mayor in a 2015 Special Election and re-elected by a wide margin in 2017, part Business Owner of The Charcuterie, and Candidate for PA Senate, 40th District (Monroe & Northampton Counties)

SUSAN WILD, First Female Solicitor of the City of Allentown, Recognized by Gov. Wolf for her work on Bipartisan Immigrant Rights Issues, a Pennsylvania “Super Lawyer” 2010-2018, Woman of Influence by Lehigh Valley Business 2016, and Candidate for U.S. Congress, PA 7th District

CLAUDETTE WILLIAMS, President of the Mount Pocono Borough Council, a Police Commissioner, former Chair of the Monroe County Democratic Committee, a 30-year U.S. Army Sergeant Major (Retired), and Candidate for PA House, 176th District

Join us for this galvanizing event! Reservations are limited and the cost is $25. Responses are due by Friday, October 5. Contact Nellie Gordon at 570-236-9760 or Anne Fetherman at 570-460-2839 for details.

 
 

The Monroe County Democratic Women held their last meeting before summer. Following is the Agenda for Wednesday, September 26.  Note the information highlighted in boldface relative to our E.R. Brunch.  We will be doing a mailing on Wednesday, September 19, at 10:00 am at MCDC Headquarters, and we will need items listed below for the raffle baskets being made up at our meeting.

It is going to be a busy summer with Monroe County Democratic Committee events, candidates’ events, phone banking, canvassing, etc. Therefore, we will take a short break from meeting until September.
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MONROE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC WOMEN

Meeting Agenda

September 26, 2018

7:00 PM

Type of Meeting: General Meeting of Members

Meeting Facilitator:Nellie Gordon, President

Invitees:Members of the Monroe County Democratic Women and Guests

I. Call to order
II. Pledge of Allegiance
III. Approval of minutes from June meeting
IIII. Treasurer’s Report (Account Balance)
V. Open issues
a) Candidates’ Events
b) MCDC Fall Banquet-October 13, 2018
VI. New/Old business
a) E.R. Brunch – October 20, 2018 (Program)
i. Theme (‘Nevertheless, She Persisted!’)

Keynote Speakers

MAUREEN MADDEN, PA House Representative, 115thDistrict

TARAH PROBST, Stroudsburg Borough Mayor, part Business Owner of The Charcuterie, and Candidate for PA Senate, 40thDistrict

SUSAN WILD, Candidate for Congress PA-7

CLAUDETTE WILLIAMS, Chair of Mount Pocono Borough Council and Candidate for PA House, 176th District

ii. Invitations:Wednesday, September 19, 2018, at 10:00 am, at MCDC Headquarters
iii. Publicity (Press Release issued)
iiii. Program (Done)
v. Raffles:
ALL MEMBERS ARE REQUESTED TO BRING DONATION ITEMS FOR THE BASKETS. THE THEME FOR THE BASKETS WILL BE SMART START BREAKFAST BASKETS. ITEMS MAY INCLUDE PASTRY, MUFFIN MIXES, COFFEE, TEA, DRIED FRUITS, CEREAL OR ANY RELATED ITEMS. ANYONE UNABLE TO ATTEND THE MEETING IS ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT AN OFFICER TO ARRANGE FOR PICKING UP DONATIONS. 
This is the major MCDW fundraiser so we need all hands on deck!
b) Good of the MCDW
VII. Adjournment-The next regular meeting of the MCDW will be held Wednesday, October 24, 2018,at 7:00.We will discuss the outcome of our E.R. Brunch and vote on disbursement of money to candidates.
 

The Monroe County Democratic Women meeting is Wednesday, September 19, 10am at the MCDC office to mail out invitations for the ER Brunch.  For more information: (570) 620-2383 or emailmitzicat@verizon.net

The Monroe County Democratic Women meeting is Wednesday, September 26, 7pm at the MCDC office.  For more information: (570) 620-2383 or emailmitzicat@verizon.net


 
20150319MCDWStreet2Feet01The MCDW collected money for the Street2Feet Outreach Center at the last MCDW club meeting.  Above are MCDW President Nellie Gordon, Treasurer Anne Featherman, Elizabeth Bogart and Maureen Madden.  The MCDW presented a check for $350 to Elizabeth Bogart, Street2Feet Site Supervisor, on March 19, 2015.  Street2Feet is a place for local homeless to go for social services, access to computers and even a shower.  It is located at 130 North First St, Suite 102 in Stroudsburg.
 
 
Past events:
The Pennsylvania Federation of Democratic Women has honored our Monroe County Democratic Women's Club with their 2014 Club Achievement Award.  


The 2014 ER Brunch took place on 
October 18, 2014 at Mullaly’s Clubhouse Café at Glen Brook Golf Club in Stroud Township.  Our Keynote speaker, Ms. Sharone Glasco - Manager, Business Accelerator Program, ESU, & President of the Monroe County Chapter of the United Federation of Negro Women, spoke on “Integrating Women Leaders”.


Eleanor Roosevelt2013:  WOMEN MAKE A DIFFERENCE was the theme of the brunch.  Keynote Speaker, Katie McGinty, spoke with pride about our Commonwealth, the opportunities for clean energy and related jobs, protection of the environment for future generations, and the importance of providing adequate funding and resources for our public schools. She also talked in depth about raising the minimum raise and how it boosts the economy by giving people the opportunity to purchase products in addition to what they need. Ms. McGinty relayed the benefits of the Affordable Health Care Act for women and emphasized the importance of privacy between a woman and her doctor in making medical decisions. Joining Ms. McGinty at the podium was   Dr. Kimberly Adams, Professor of Political Science at ESU and Owner of Adams Political Research & Consulting. Dr. Adams gave a historic timeline of Women's involvement in politics and social causes starting with the American Revolution to the present.  

Both speakers were in keeping with the ideas promoted by Eleanor Roosevelt and motivated the audience to become active within their community and support the causes that move it forward and benefit all within.

  

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