Welcome to 2018! Welcome to January! We have a LOT to do!
The Indivisible Ferndale Calendar and Actions pages have now been updated. Check out when IF committees are meeting. If you have not joined a committee, please consider attending one of these meetings to discover what they are all about.
Eureka Women’s March 2018!
Although I am still trying to obtain more specifics about the event, it appears that a Eureka Women’s March 2018 will be happening to celebrate the one year anniversary that brought many of us together. This event is in collaboration with the national Women’s March movement and is entitled “Power to the Polls.” There are “sister marches” being organized around the nation on this day.
- Eureka Women’s March 2018
- Date: Saturday, January 20
- Time: 1 to 4 pm
- Location: C Street Market Square, Eureka (1st & C Streets)
- Carpooling recommended
In case you were not able to attend last year’s event or want to relive the birth of our resistance, go here to watch a short film on the Eureka Women’s March 2017.
Indivisible Ferndale Group Meeting and Potluck
Please plan to attend our first group meeting of the new, BLUE year. I will be sharing another short film on our 2017 accomplishments. Each committee will be discussing their goals for 2018. Connie Stewart, Executive Director of the California Center for Rural Policy will be joining us to discuss her group’s mission and activities. For more info on the CCRP, go here.
- Date: Tuesday, January 23
- Time: 6 to 8:30 pm
- Location: Pete and MaryAnn’s home at 509 Coppini Lane
- Please RSVP here.
- ALL are welcome!
Last, but not least . . . some more reading
I know y’all have already rushed out to purchase your own personal copy of “Fire and Fury,” but just in case you haven’t, here’s a review from today’s SF Chronicle. Spoiler Alert: The president gets trashed!
Next up, here’s a brief article from CNN on four reasons the Republicans may be losing sleep over the 2018 midterm elections.
And last, SF Chronicle writer, Joe Garofoli, believes there may be a “silver lining” to the Trump administration’s most recent aggression toward California. Read all about it here.
Together, We are Indivisible!