Solstice Eve Summer Kick-off

Let's write letters and send postcards together!

Join me Friday, June 19th to ring in nature’s longest day at our latitude. June 19th also holds utmost significance in American history: Juneteenth is celebrated by African Americans as the day of emancipation, when the news of Lincoln's emancipation proclamation finally reached Texas, two years after it was issued in 1863.

We are gathering virtually to celebrate Angie’s recent endorsements, hold a vigil in support of ending racial bigotry and police brutality, and write letters to help get Angie to Olympia where she can fight for all of us. We will drop off letter-writing packets to your doorstep this week!

Please RSVP below now so that we can drop off your letter-writing packet this week!

Please join us to spread the word that my mission has always been about extending justice and fairness to all.  I have grounded myself in that mission as a 23 year Oak Harbor resident and community volunteer, former Island County Commissioner, and with your help - future 10th LD representative. 

Together we are stronger, together we can make positive change happen.

WHEN
June 19, 2020 at 6pm - 8pm
WHERE
Zoom meeting (Link will be sent out before the event)
CONTACT
Kyler Parris ·
15 RSVPS
Lorijean Spear Gary & Dianna Piazzon Gary & Brynn McIntyre Linda Bainbridge Tristy Nielsen Gayle Zachau-kirk Scott and Suzanne Ashworth Parris Leslie Angie Homola Marshia Armstrong

Will you come?

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