On Thursday January 24th at 7:30pm The Samuel J. Tilden Democratic Club will hold its Annual Meeting. Our Annual Meeting is for the purpose of electing new Officers and Executive Committeee Members. Positions are open to members of the Club who are in good standing. If any member is interested in an Officer or Executive Committee position please contact us by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone 646-872-0044.
Thursday January 24th @ 7:30pm
Manhattan Comprehensive Day & Night School
SE Corner East 15th Street and 2nd Avenue
Toys For Tots Luncheon, Sunday December 2nd, is a wonderful year-end event. A donation will be made to the Bellevue Hospital Pediatric Resource Center. Please do not bring gifts. The Cottage Restaurant, 16th Street @ Irving Place, 12pm-3pm. For more info contact: Julie Torres, Chairperson at 212-689-7654. $15 members. $30 non-members.
On Thursday evening October 18th The Samuel J. Tilden Democratic Club made its annual donation presentation to five organizations in our community. Street Fair money that the Club earns every year goes directly back to the community in the form of donations to worthwhile programs and organizations. This year’s recipients included: Brotherhood Synagogue Shelter Program, Churchill School, Creative Center for People with Cancer, Manhattan Comprehensive Day & Night School, and Stein Senior Center. In addition, donations have also been made to Bellevue Hospital Pediatric Resource Center, 13th Precinct’s Night Out Against Crime, and The Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village Tenant’s Association.
The members of The Samuel J. Tilden Democratic Club would like to announce their endorsement of New York State Senator Hillary Clinton for President in 2008. The Club met on October 18th for a General Meeting and overwhelmingly voted to endorse Senator Clinton. District Leader Louise Dankberg said, “Sen.Hillary Clinton deserves our endorsement as I feel she is the only candidate who can win the General Election in November 2008. She is highly intelligent, has a great campaign and has Bill Clinton. We must not be shortsighted and look for a better candidate who might be more appealing. Our aim is to take back the White House and try to fix some of the disasters of the last 7 years. All the Democratic candidates would make great Presidents,
but only Hillary can actually attain that status at this time.”
Date Correction: Tilden’s Petition Wrap Party will be held on TUESDAY
JULY 17th at 6:30pm at the Office of Staff Analysts, 220 East 23rd
Street, 7th Flr. Light supper served. All members are welcome!
Petitions should be completed and handed in at this event. Contact Louise Dankberg at 212-475-5347 to make drop-off arrangements if you will not be able to attend this event.
On Sunday June 24th at the 3rd Avenue Street Fair Tilden Members will be out gathering signatures from 11am – 4pm. Join us! Contact Louise Dankberg: 212-475-5347.
Tilden General meeting: Monday June 25th at 7:30pm. Seafarer’s & International House, 123 East 15th Street in the Chapel. PLEASE BRING YOUR COMPLETED PETITIONS!
We will be hosting our 54th Anniversary dinner on Thursday April 26, 2007 at Tavern on the Green. As usual, we will have an open bar and sit down dinner. Our honorees this year will be Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer and Joy Garland, Executive Director of Stuyvesant Cove Park. Ticket prices are as follows: Member $80, Guest $175, Sponsor $275, Patron $350. To make a reservation send a check to Pat Levenson, 444 East 20th Street, NY, NY 10009. For more information contact: 646-872-0044.
Tilden Democratic Club and Blue Tiger Democrats present E-Mail 101 at the 14th Street Y on Friday March 30, 2007 at 12pm. This free class will give an overview on how to use e-mail. Making the presentation will be OATS a non-profit organization dedicated to helping older adults with technology.
Sol Goldman 14th Street Y
344 East 14th Street
Friday March 30, 2007
Monday January 22, 2007 Annual Meeting
Monday February 26, 2007
Thursday March 15, 2007
Thursday April 19, 2007 Elected Officials Visit/TBA
Thursday April 26, 2007 – 54th Anniversary Dinner at Tavern On The Green
Thursday May 17, 2007 Candidates Night & Club Endorsement
Monday June 4, 2007 Petion Distribution
Sunday June 10, 2007 Street Fair
Thursday June 21, 2007
Seafarer’s & International House
123 East 15th Street @ Irving Place
On Tuesday November 7th Democratic Candidates nationwide were voted into office and took control of both the House and Senate as well as several state Governorships. The country quickly made a transformation. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld resigned Wednesday November 8th. And, President Bush says he is now open to hearing ‘any ideas or suggestions’ concerning the Iraq War. The Democrats look strong and have a great opportunity now.
Congratulations to our New York State Officials Governor-elect Eliot Spiter, Lt. Governor-elect David Paterson, Attorney General-elect Andrew Cuomo, and Comptroller-elect Alan Hevesi.
Locally on the East Side of Manhattan, Brian Kavanagh won his Assembly seat in a landslide. Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, State Senators Krueger & Duane, and Assemblyman Bing won re-election.