Democratic Club of West Orange County
Serving Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Seal Beach, Los Alamitos, Rossmoor, Costa Mesa, Westminster, Midway City, Sunset Beach, Surfside and surrounding communities.
APRIL GENERAL MEETING
Thursday, April 6th at 7pm
You can attend this meeting either In Person or Virtually, you choose!!!
In Person Attendees MUST follow the synagogue Safety Guidelines. Click Here
Virtual Attendees, via Zoom, MUST pre-register in advance. Click Here
Advocacy and Development Director,
"Update on Status of Rooftop Solar in California"
Cailey Underhill is the Advocacy and Development Director of the Solar Rights Alliance. Cailey taught high school English for six years after obtaining a Master of Science degree in English Education. The pandemic served as a catalyst for her decision to engage more directly in protecting the environmental future her students deserve. In pursuit of that goal, Cailey was admitted into the Green Corps Fellowship Program, where she spent a year traveling across the country learning how to become a field organizer. Her first campaign was with the Solar Rights Alliance, working to stop the solar tax. Cailey helped organize rallies, petition drives and phone-in campaigns that involved more than 1,000 people and got coverage in the LA Times, NPR, and more. Cailey is also an avid horseback rider, rock climber, writer, and reader who enjoys a good adventure.
Congregation B'nai Tzedek
9669 Talbert Avenue Fountain Valley, CA 92708 Map
Thursday, Apr 6 - Doors open at 6:30pm so come early and socialize
Meeting starts at 7:00pm.
In Person Attendees Safety Guidelines
Safety guidelines required by the event host.
NEW: Masks are NOW optional, attendees are invited to wear a mask at their discretion.
Food is not allowed to be served or eaten inside during events.
Social distancing is optional, but highly recommended. The venue has ample seating area so you are encouraged to spread out.
If you are experiencing symptoms or feeling ILL, please do not attend in person.
How To Register and Join Our Online Zoom Meeting
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
What's New on Website?
Wed, 22-Mar-2023 - Added April 2023 meeting info to Home page.
Mon, 02-Feb-2023 - Added March meeting info to Home page.
Mon, 23-Jan-2023 - Added February meeting info to Home page.
Sat, 14-Jan-2023 - Added newly elected 2nd VP Dom Jones to DCWOC Officers page.
Wed, 28-Dec-2022 - Added January 2023 meeting info to Home page.
Mon, 15-Nov-2022 - Added Holiday Picnic & Silent Auction info to Home page.
Fri, 28-Oct-2022 - Added November meeting info to Home page.
Fri, 14-Oct-2022 - November 2022 Election Voter Guides added to Home Page.
Thu, 28-Sep-2022 - Added October meeting info to Home page.
Mon, 18-Sep-2022 - Added pages: Concise Voter Guide & Detailed Voter Guide.
Mon, 22-Aug-2022 - Added September meeting info to Home page.
Wed, 27-Jul-2022 - Added August meeting info to Home page.
Wed, 15-Jun-2022 - Added July meeting info to Home page.
Fri, 19-May-2022 - Added June meeting info to Home page.
Thu, 28-Apr-2022 - May meeting is in person only. Removed all references to it being Virtual.
Mon, 27-Apr-2022 - June Voter Guide: For each candidate added a link to their campaign website.
Mon, 18-Apr-2022 - Added All Cities Candidates voter guide to June Voter Guide page.
Thu, 07-Apr-2022 - Added pages: June Voter Guide & Voter Info.
Mon, 04-Apr-2022 - Added synagogue Safety Requirements & streaming info to Home page.
Sat, 19-Mar-2022 - Added April General Meeting Info to Home page.
Thu, 18-Feb-2022 - Added March General Meeting Info to Home page.
Thu, 10-Feb-2022 - Added Eric Lever,1st Vice President to DCWOC Officers page.
Mon, 10-Jan-2022 - Added February General Meeting Info to Home page. Deleted Newsletters.
The purpose of the Democratic Club of West Orange County (DCWOC) is to advance the goals of the Democratic Party and progressive values, working with individual club members and supporting local candidates, through public policy and political issue analysis, education, fundraising, recruitment, coordination with other Democratic groups, and other activities.
DCWOC supports the broadest possible registration in the Party and recruitment of DCWOC membership without discrimination on grounds of race, color, creed, national origin, ethnic identity, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or economic status.
Join us to stay informed, empower yourself, get involved and become an active Democrat in your community, and help create positive change. We work to register voters, and have informational lectures, political workshops, and help in campaigns.DCWOC is a Political Action Committee registered with the Federal Elections Committee (FEC) and Chartered by the Orange County Democratic Party (DPOC).
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