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Monthly Meeting and Upcoming Calendar Events


August News

The Ritchie for Congress campaign will be holding various events throughout the month, and have a need for volunteers:

August 3-4: We'll be running pretty constant phone banks, with a particularly strong emphasis on Saturday and Sunday mornings (after 10 am), and Monday evening. We'll take volunteers any time we can get them!

August 5th, 6pm: We'll be having our primary night party at the Issaquah Brew House. Come join us to talk about the preliminary returns and celebrate a great campaign so far! 

August 9 and 10 (Auburn Days Fair):
CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS at the Auburn Days Ritchie booth between 9am-6pm. If you're willing to run the booth (particularly on Saturday), we'd really appreciate it!

August 15 and 16 (Bonney Lake Days): We'll have a booth at Bonney Lake Days and Jason will be walking in the parade as well. The parade starts at 9:30 so we'll be meeting up at Emerald Hills Elementary at 8:45 a.m. 

For further details or if you have any questions, and would like to volunteer, contact:

Sofia Smith
Field Organizer

August General Meeting and Picnic Both Cancelled!

We will NOT have a General Membership meeting on August 27th, and the picnic has been cancelled too. The 31st is taking the month of August off!

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Bonney Lake Days • Volunteers Needed!
Saturday, August 16, 2014, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Allan Yorke Park •
Park location and web info
7203 W Tapps Hwy E
Bonney Lake, WA

The event is packed with entertainment for the whole family! Fun Run, Parade, Car Show, Kids Zone, stage shows, and much more!

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