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The Tongass Democrats invite you to participate in two events this week, and the City and Borough of Juneau has three meetings. Read on for dates, times, and locations.
The Tongass Democrats had the great fortune of hosting a reception last week in Juneau for the Alaska Democratic Party’s new Executive Director, Jay Parmley. Although I was traveling and unable to attend, by all accounts, it was a great … Continue reading
Tongass Democrats is hosting a reception this evening introducing Jay Parmley, the new Executive Director of the Alaska Democratic Party. Read his post to find out more. Location: 730 Gold Street, Juneau Time: 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM Dinner and beverages … Continue reading
by JAY PARMLEY – Hey there, Tongass Dems! As you might already know, I’ll be heading down to the Capital City on Thursday for an event at Kim Metcalfe’s house. I’ve been looking forward to this event for a while, as … Continue reading
The Tongass Democrats’ premier annual fundraiser, the Bartlett-Gruening Dinner, was held at the Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall in Juneau on March 29. Unfortunately for me, I was traveling and unable to attend. Fortunately for more than 100 other Democrats, it was … Continue reading