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Newport Beach Women’s Democratic Club

Serving the Democratic Voice of Newport Beach

P O Box 11761 | Newport Beach, CA 92658

Voicemail/Text: (949) 423-6468 NBWDC.org | Info@NBWDC.org Social Media @NBWDC

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Date: September 16, 2018

Contact:

Tara Steele, Communications Chair 949.423.6468

Newport Beach Women’s Democratic Club Monthly Meeting Newport-Mesa Unified School District Board Candidates To Address Guests

Newport Beach, CA: The Newport Beach Women’s Democratic Club (NBWCD) will hold its monthly meeting on Tuesday, September 18, at the OASIS Senior Center Room #1, 801 Narcissus Ave., Corona del Mar. Ample and convenient free parking is available. There is a nominal admission fee. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for a networking social and light refreshments. The meeting begins at 6:00 p.m. Seating is limited, so RSVPs are required. Visit NBWDC.org to RSVP and for additional meeting information.

We are pleased to feature the following speakers:

  • Charlene Metoyer: Candidate, NMUSD School Board, Trustee Area 2
  • Michelle Murphy: Candidate, NMUSD School Board, Trustee Area 2
  • Karen Yelsey: Candidate, NMUSD School Board Trustee Area 4
  • Michelle Barto: Candidate, NMUSD School Board, Trustee Area 5
  • Ashley Anderson: Candidate, NMUSD School Board, Trustee Area 7
  • “Dee Dee” RuoRock: Candidate, NMUSD School Board, Trustee Area 7

    Visit NBWDC.org to RSVP and for additional meeting information, or call (949) 423-6468.

  • Here are the Speaker biographies.

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