Our County Party’s annual awards dinner will be a gala to celebrate our many successes in 2012 and the people who worked so hard for our candidates and our causes.
San Diego’s newly elected Democratic Mayor — fresh from working with the City Council to renegotiate a deal with hoteliers that better protects the interests of taxpayers and workers — will deliver welcome remarks to attendees.
Honorary Event Chairs are Three Members of the United States Congress
Susan Davis – Scott Peters – Juan Vargas
Chair’s Awards: Jess Durfee & Christine Forester
Leadership: Eduardo Valerio
Volunteer: Nancy Witt
Club: Young Democrats
Legislator: Olga Diaz, Deputy Mayor, Escondido
Through her loyal support of President Obama, Christine has become one of his most successful fundraisers in the county, a trusted member of his inner circle and a personal friend of his family.
Please mark your calendar for 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 4, when we’ll be “Painting the Town Blue” at the Hilton San Diego Resort in Mission Bay (1775 E. Mission Bay Dr, San Diego 92109).
6:00 Welcome Reception & Silent Auction
7:00 Dinner & Awards Ceremony
8:30 Dancing to Acoustic Blue & More!
Suggested Attire: Cocktail/Evening
You can purchase your tickets here online, but to ensure being seated with the club make your reservations through Carol Heasley (619) 224-8013 or email@example.com please make checks payable to the San Diego County Democratic Party. Proceeds will support the Democratic Party’s efforts build on our progress throughout the county.
A reduced rate of $100 is available for Club members and GO Team members, the regular ticket price is $125 and includes a welcome reception, dinner, and dancing with a live band. So if you’re not a member of the Club now is a great opportunity to join and save more than a full year’s membership!
For more information, including sponsorship and advertising opportunities, please call (858) 277-3367 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also need items to donate to the auction – timeshare vacations, jewelry, paintings, pottery, rare books, old Playboys from the 60’s, you get the idea.