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ISTA Pack the House
The Indiana State Teacher's Association is encouraging public school advocates to head to the Indiana State House on Thursday, April 13 in protest of several bills that negatively impact Hoosier teachers and students, including HB1001, a budget bill that does not even keep up with inflation and is not an acceptable funding plan for the next two years for public education in Indiana. ISTA encourages attendance and meeting with legislators to discuss this bill. A salute goes out to Monroe County Community Schools who are supporting their teachers by making Thursday an asynchronous e-learning day and providing busses to bring teachers and staff to Indianapolis. See you in Indy! Pack the house!
Hopi's Launch Party-February 18 4:30-6
Join us at the Piccoli Dolci Pop-Up Shop in Williamsburg Center at 223 S. Pete Ellis Dr., Suite 27 to launch this campaign! Light refreshments will be available, as well as campaign literature and other information about the campaign. Take this opportunity to get to know Hopi better and support the campaign. For planning purposes, please RSVP.
Head Over Heels: A Stonewall Democrats Valentine's Day Fundraiser
Hopi Stosberg for Bloomington will be in attendance at the Stonewall Democrats fundraiser on February 14 at Western Skateland! It should be a great time! RSVP and we can connect there!
Tuesday, February 28
Hopi will join At-Large candidate, Jonas Schrodt, at a home in the Tamarron neighborhood. It will be a great time to meet Hopi & Jonas and learn about their campaigns for City Council. They will each give a short introduction around 7:30 followed by round table discussion. If you are interested in attending, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and Hopi will let you know the address.
Democratic Women's Caucus City Candidate Forum
Thursday, March 2
Monroe County Public Library
Meet Hopi and other city election candidates.
Chamber of Commerce Elect Connect
Join Hopi and other local candidates at Elect Connect. Please note the hours have been updated to 5:30-7:30. The Chamber would prefer registration for the event, but there is not cost to attend.
Women's History Month Luncheon
Doors open at 11:15, program begins at 12:15.
League of Women Voters Candidate Forum
This event will have contested City Council primary candidates from Districts 1, 2, 3, and 5.
Sunday, March 26, 3-4:30
Neal-Marshall Black Cultural Center
275 N Eagleson Ave
Monroe County NOW Candidate Forum
Join Hopi and other local candidates.