Tri Town Dems Honors Dinner Tonight-Program, Sponsors, Info

Tri Town Democrats Honors Dinner

Farmington, New Hampshire  - February 15, 2015 - The TriTown Democrats, representing the Democratic Committees of Farmington, Milton, and New Durham, are hosting their second annual TriTown Honors Dinner on May 2, 2015.  The gala event will begin at 6:00 PM on May 2, 2015 in the Farmington Recreation Center, 531 Main Street.

Last year, the TriTown Democratic Committee decided to host a TriTown Honors Dinner in order to spotlight some of the amazing folks who live in our communities  The honorees dedicate their energies and efforts to make our communities better places to live, work, and raise families.  The first honorees of the awards were Ron Chagnon of Farmington and Leo Lessard of Milton.  Both men served our communities well by holding local, county and state offices.  After the success of that first dinner, the committee decided to make the TriTown Honors Dinner an annual event that would recognize a member of each community for the good work that individual has done to enrich the quality of life in our towns and surrounding communities.  While the TriTown committee represents a loose organization of three Democratic Town Committees, the TriTown Dinner is a non-political event, and the honorees are selected for their philanthropic work and community service, not for their political affiliation.  Everyone is welcome and invited to attend the dinner.  The buffet meal will include, vegetarian lasagna, baked chicken breast, and roast beef, with scalloped potatoes, and side vegetable choices.  Salad and dessert are included.  

The honors for this second annual event will go to three very deserving and well known community members.  The Farmington Committee selected Dottie Bean to receive the second Honors Award for Farmington.   The Milton Committee selected to honor Victor Joos for his contributions and the New Durham Committee will honor Cathy Allyn for her continuous work to support the New Durham community.

Tickets for the event are $25.00 per person, with the bring a friend cost of two for $45.00. You can reserve your tickets online at, or by sending your reservation check to TriTown Honors Dinner,  PO Box 637,  Farmington, NH 03835.   Please include your email address, the number of tickets you want to reserve, and your choice of sponsorship, if applicable. Indicate whether you will mail a check or pay at the door. We will email you a confirmation and tell you your ticket number. Your tickets will be waiting for you at the door.  The committee asks that your reserve your tickets by April 17th, but they will continue to accept reservations afterward.

Special Donor sponsorships for the event are also available.   Sponsorships must be ordered in advance by the April 17th deadline in order to accommodate printing of the program. There are three levels of  optional event sponsorship:
Name/Logo in the program: add $5.00
Name/Logo in the program and also posted on the website event page: add $10.00
Name/Logo in the program, on the website event page, and in the credits of the event video: add $15.00

The TriTown Democratic Committee is the representative body for all registered Democrats in the Towns of Farmington, Milton, and New Durham,  NH, all of whom make up its membership.  The TriTown Committee advocates for strong local support of our communities, and supports legislation and candidates that are community minded.  Our online and local presence not only provides political, economic, and social information for the citizens of the three towns, but also encourages progressive movements in these areas at all levels of government.  Through community involvement, political action, and a shared vision, we seek to expand equity and opportunity for all residents of the Towns of Farmington, Milton, and New Durham.  We firmly believe that equity of opportunity can only be achieved through progressive change that will advance our society towards shared values that promote understanding, education, acceptance, and equality.

Contact:  Stan Freeda, Secretary
Farmington Democratic Committee

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