We had a great meeting last night with Jaci Grote, Tom Sherman and Kate Murray. Our state reps brought us up to speed on what is going on in Concord, what it is like being in the majority, and mentioned opportunities for us to help. Piscataqua Water Keeper, Melissa Paly, also stopped in and shared what is happening in the world of Seacoast water. There are also opportunities there for us to help. Of course, we’ll keep you posted.
In the mean time consider attending the events listed below. Some how, even if the daily news is grinding you down, these events give energy, in their content and in the people you meet or run into.
Mary Ann and Christine
|Dark Money Feb. 13thJoin Open Democracy, NH Rebellion and Resistance Seacoast for a free screening of this crucial film on the corrupting and vile influence of corporate money in the American political system. Discussion to follow. Mark your calendars for Feb. 13th at 6:30pm at the Portsmouth Public Library. Learn more here or Email|
Anoter Invite: From Family Friendly Economy
I hope you can join the Campaign for a Family Friendly Economy as we discuss the importance of paid family & medical leave with special guest Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown and local community leaders. Here is the link to the Facebook event. This event is free and open to the public.
Friday, February 8th from 5:00pm-6:00pm
Winnacunnet High School Lecture Hall
1 Alumni Drive, Hampton, NH 03842