Show-Me Victory CASINO NIGHT

Show-Me Victory CASINO NIGHT SPONSORED BY:
St. Charles County Central Democratic Committee
St. Louis County Central Democratic Committee

Saturday, October 12, 2019

Doors Open 6:15pm; Casino Games Play 7:00pm – 10:00pm

(BLACKJACK, CRAPS, ROULETTE) RAFFLE Prizes
Appetizers and Cash (Only) Bar

The Grand Opera House
311 N. Main Street, St. Charles, MO 63301

Tickets: $35 PREPAID by October 5, 2019 Tickets: $45 October 6 – 12, 2019
SPECIAL “TEXAS HOLD’UM POKER TOURNAMENT”
Tickets $75 per person (includes Chip Package) Only 16 Spots Available
For Additional Fun, Purchase any of these “SPECIAL Chip Packages

  1. $25 BRONZE Package with $250 in “Playing Chips”
  2. $50 SILVER Package with $750 in “Playing Chips”
  3. $100 GOLD Package with $2000 in “Playing Chips”
    To Reserve Your Spot and Pay at Door:

Contact: Larry/Mary K Laughlin (314) 494-6027 or mkburns29@aol.com
Checks Payable to: “Show-Me Eastern MO Democrats, LLC
Please mail to : 1729 Forest Trace Dr., O’Fallon MO 63368

First Oakville Democrat Organization Scholarship Winners

On Wednesday, May 22, 2019 the First Oakville Democrat Organization Scholarship program awarded two winners, Meredith Bayer and Madison Hassler both of Oakville. 

Seniors from Oakville High School were invited to participate in the scholarship program. Entrants were asked to provide details of grade averages, coursework and intended course of study, colleges applied to/accepted at and other activities such as clubs, community involvement, and extracurricular activities.

left to right: Bob Ford; Denise, Tim, and Meredith Bayer; Madison and Peggy Hassler; Joan Barry
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Analysis of the Better Together plan to merge St. Louis County with St. Louis City

We were privileged to have Terrence Jones, Professor Emeritus of Political Science from UMSL as our guest to discuss the city-county merger plan from Better Together.  Professor Jones produced a four-page analysis of the plan which was available to meeting attendees.  Here is a link to the analysis.

The proposal is bi-partisan and calls for the most sweeping re-organization of local government in the United States.  The professor noted several concerns with the plan, among them…

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