During the Clinton County Democratic Women’s regular meeting on Monday, September 26, the group recognized some of its core volunteers.
The members recognized were each awarded the RBG pin for completing 20+ hours of volunteer work.
The meeting was held at Haywood’s on the Green in Mill Hall.
This is the second time a group of women were recognized by the CCDW for contributing 20+ hours of volunteer service.
“I couldn’t be more proud of our group! We do it all: literature drops, canvassing, text banking, letters to the editor, and card writing. Our members man the office, travel for signs and serve on the on-line silent auction committee,” said CCDW President Pat Hancock. “The RBG pin is awarded to members who volunteer 20 hours of service to party activities. The pin is but a token of our appreciation for their service.”
The Clinton County Democratic Women, an affiliate of the PA Federation of Democratic Women, seeks to unite women of the Democratic Party, promote the appointment and election of Democratic women to positions within all branches of government, encourage the advancement of women in both the public and private sectors, and advocate the principles of the Democratic Party.
The CCDW also organizes events, assists candidates with election outreach, and more. The group meets monthly, currently on the fourth Monday, except for November and December.
Learn more and keep up with CCDW activities on the Clinton County Democratic Women’s Facebook page.