Hooray, we’re finally getting some rain and snow, and I’m enjoying every drop and flake. I’m reporting in from Andrea Macon for District 5 Headquarters (my dining room table), where I am taking a brief weather break from walking our amazing district door-to-door.
"Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success." – Henry Ford
We are District 5 STRONG!
As I walk through our district, I’m so impressed by the people I’m meeting. As residents of Amador County and District 5, we have a long tradition of working together. You’ve kept our fair open, grown our Lockwood fire department, restored the Willow Springs School, improved the River Pines water system, preserved Fiddletown’s historic Chinese buildings, reopened the Plymouth library, and much more.
I urge you to join me in my campaign for supervisor in District 5. Together, we can celebrate what we love about living here, and continue to make positive changes for Amador County and our District.
The campaign team is hard at work (and having fun, too!). We’ve scheduled a number of exciting fundraisers, Meet & Greets, house parties, and candidate forums throughout the District. We’d be honored if you’d join us. Let’s share some refreshments together, too, as we always offer something delicious at our events.
Saturday, March 10- Dinner and Silent Auction Moose Lodge in Fiddletown,5:30 to 8:30. Featuring a catered dinner by District 5’s own Mark and Tracey Berkner of the Volcano Union Inn, Amador wines and beer, live music by Herb Boxhorn and friends, and a fabulous silent auction. Tickets are $75. Please buy yours onlineor by check before March 4; this event is advance ticket sales only. Monday, March 19- Meet and Greet Willow Springs School,5:30-7:30 Highway 49 & De Martini Road, Plymouth, Ca, 95669 No charge. Join us for conversation, Q&A, and snacks and refreshments.