Fayette County, GA Focus
FIRST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH, 10 AM
Hwy 54 & Broken Bow Ct., Peachtree City
Any Questions you can contact:
Ruth Williams 770-460-6054
Calling all DEMOCRATIC bloggers,twitters and letter writers, we would like to start some communication in Fayette County please come to the meeting! We need your help!!! or just email me firstname.lastname@example.org
We are on Facebook:
Fayette County Democratic Committee…
We have a page on My Space
This is updated weekly
Some links from the Fayette County Democratic Party:
Georgia for Democracy - http://www.georgiafordemocracy.org
Young Democrats of Georgia - http://www.georgiayds.org
Georgia Peace & Justice Coalition - http://www.gpjc.org
Planned Parenthood of Georgia - http://www.ppga.org
The Citizen: http://www.thecitizennews.com/
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: http://www.ajc.com/
Fayette Democratic Women
Normal Monthly meeting: 3rd Saturday 9am to 10:30
El Reposo Mexican Restaurant, 100 Lexington Circle in Peachtree City
(on Hwy 54, across from Starbucks & Publix)
Here's a way to help the Fayette Democratic Women:
Go out to eat at these Restaurants:
El Reposo Mexican Restaurants, Season Tickets Restaurant and Tour De Italy Restaurant
save the actual bill, (not the credit card receipt)
Then turn the bills in at the next meeting.
The owners will give us % of the total of food.
Fayette/Coweta Young Democrats of Georgia (FACEBOOK): official youth arm of the local Democratic Party. Members of the organization strive to make a positive difference in the community by working within the political process and upholding the principles of the Democratic Party. The membership base reflects the broad diversity of Georgia and the party, including high school students, college students, young workers, professionals and families. Join them on Facebook.
FAYETTE COUNTY NAACP:
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) was
formed in 1909 by a group of white and black citizens appalled at the injustices that
some Americans suffered solely because of their race. Mary White Ovington led the
organization with zeal and enthusiasm through many obstacles.
The organization has grown steadily since then. Today, it is the largest and most influential civil rights organization in the country. The basic strengths of the NAACP are derived from its historic victories in the courts, its belief in the cause and legislative actions at all levels.
To keep pace with changing times, the NAACP has launched a number of dynamic
social programs. These programs are aimed at speeding the march toward victory over
racism, hatred, bigotry and poverty.
PO BOX 1777
Fayetteville, GA 30214
General Membership Meeting:
2nd Saturday Each Month 4:00 PM
Flat Rock AME Church
120 Old Chapel Ln
Fayetteville, GA 30214
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