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Art Auction located at Arrowhead Ranch, will feature a wide variety of art, including paintings, pottery, and more, from local and national artisans. Attendees will be able to purchase art through silent and live auction segments.  Auctioneer is Camano art icon, Jack Gunter, artist, author and filmaker.

NOTE: We can only accept cash, check and Paypal.  

Admission includes 2 tickets for two adult beverages and a complementary dessert.

Pure Smoke NW Barbeque will be onsite with food available for purchase and Northwest duo RT Collective will provide musical entertainment.

A preview of some of the art donations is located here!

Statement from Congressman Rick Larsen

Together, we must end these tragedies

We cannot look away at this moment of history or pretend that thoughts and prayers are the only things we can offer as gun violence ravages our country.

Because, as a nation, we see what happens when those who wish to hurt others have access to dangerous weapons. We see it again and again and again.  read entire statement here

Commissioner Janet St Clair was the guest speaker at our May meeting. She provided a detailed report on Island County Government and a lengthy Question and Answer period followed.  We also heard from Clyde Shavers, Legislative Representative candidate, who had been doorbelling on Camano Island and also attended the meeting. https://clydeshavers.com/

Details will be in the May minutes.

 

The April general meeting of Camano Island Democrats  guest speakers were Kirsti Daniels speaking on the Vote Yes for the School Levy campaign and  Gay-Lynn Beighton, Public Policy Chair for the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Snohomish County Affiliate. Ms. Beighton discussed the proposed Mental Health Facility in Stanwood and it’s benefit to our community. This facility would be a Tulalip Tribe, WA State and Federal cooperative project.