It does little good right now to rant and chant at national office holders.  Rather, it is time to understand that change will come only from the grass roots level, at the local and state levels, here at home.  That is why it is so important to not be distracted by the circuses elsewhere, but to turn our attention to Chesterfield, Western St. Louis County and Missouri.

It is time to get involved on a “family” level, exerting small efforts, taking small actions, making small commitments here at home.

That is why we invite you to attend the Chesterfield Township Democrats Meeting on Tuesday, July 11 beginning at 6 pm at the Walnut Grill in Dierberg’s Shopping Center at the corner of Clarkson and Clayton Roads in Ellisville.  

At this upcoming meeting, the CTD Steering Committee will present a newly designed logo, a vision tag line, mission statement and its own township website  Additionally, committee reports on recruiting and on fund raising are on the agenda.  Our program speaker will be Trey Warren, Federal and State Policy Coordinator for Moms Demand Action – For Gun Sense in America.- Missouri Chapter. A program committee will form and Civil Action Task force will begin to identify local and regional issues that Chesterfield Township Democrats can favorably change.  We’ll also continue exploring uniting with members of the Wildwood Township Democrats and others for greater strength and democratic unity.  CTD needs you . . . at home!

So if you want to do something to feel even just a little bit a part of a solution, to make your home a safer and saner place to live, please plan to join Chesterfield Township Democrats at the Walnut Grill on Tuesday, July 11.  An open menu and bar is available. Conviviality begins at 6 pm; a business meeting at 6:30.  Welcome Home!

Submitted by: Mark

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