June 2011

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Next Meeting … Wednesday, June, 8th 2011 7:30 P.M.
7:00 - Free Pizza and Soft Drinks


OUR PROGRAM WILL INCLUDE:
Senator Nan Rich
Wilton Manors Commissioner Julie Carson
Women In Network-
Denise Spivak - President-June Cashwell - Vice President

Save The Date June 26th, 2011 5-7pm


The Dolphin Democrats Will be collecting non perishable food items and toiletries for

The Poverello Center. we will have a collection receptacle at all of our membership meetings, tabling at the Pride flea market
and at all of our outside activities, like, Pride in the Park, Stonewall Street Festival, etc.

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The mission of The Poverello Center is to provide life-saving food and basic living essentials with the highest degree of understanding, respect and love for individuals living with HIV/AIDS who are residents of Broward County and meet the specified qualifications for services.



Save The Date

June 11, Saturday
Florida Democratic Party
Jefferson Jackson Dinner
The Diplomat
Hollywood, Florida Tickets For Dolphins $150.00

June 19, Sunday
Stonewall Street Festival
& Twilight Parade
Wilton Manors
4pm-9pm

June 26th, Sunday
Presidential Pride Reception
Time 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Venue Coral Ridge Towers East- Club House


The Dolphin Democrats are committed to sustainability of The Pride Center and have committed to helping them raise $1,500. This was an action that the Dolphin Board of Directors unanimously supported. Please remember to bring your check book or a few extra dollars that can be given to The Pride Center. This gift is also a tax deduction to the fullest extent of the law.

Jason Burns

Major Gifts Officer

The Pride Center at Equality Park

2040 North Dixie Highway, Wilton Manors, FL 33305

954.463.9005

954.764.6522 Fax

http://www.PrideCenterFlorida.org


VOTE BY MAIL 2011-2012
ALL BROWARD VOTERS NEED TO REAPPLY


Voters who wish to cast their ballots by mail may make a single request to get absentee ballots for every election through 2012.

Absentee ballots no longer need a reason. People can use them if they prefer to vote by mail.

Broward voters who want absentee ballots, either for a single election or for multiple elections, need to request them from the Supervisor of Elections Office.

Requests can be made in person, by mail, by phone or by filling out an application online.

Details at 954-357-7055 or online here.

* Online request are only for 1 year

* Phone request can be for every election through 2012.








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