AADCMC Past Events
The AADCMC Past Events is an historical section where photos and descriptions of some of the club's activities are archived.
African American Democratic Club partners with US Census 2010 Campaign
African American Democratic Club of Montgomery County Joins in with the US Census Bureau in encouraging all Montgomery County Residents to complete the Census Form. The 2010 US Census Count is beginning and it's important that all citizens of Montgomery County complete the upcoming census.
Find out which web sites are valid sites to help Haitian Citizens
Please review the following link to learn where you can donate money to help the citizens and families of Haiti deal with the results of the recent earthquake.
Join the African American Democratic Club and Special Guest Congresswoman Donna Edwards at Our Dec. 5th Winter General Meeting!
Join us at the Maryland Bar Center, 27 West Jefferson Street, Rockville, MD 20850 from 1:pm - 2:30pm on Dec. 5th, 2009!
Join the African American Democratic Club and the Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee as we phone bank for Health Care Reform!
Join us at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, 8230 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring from 6:30pm to 9pm EST on November 11, 2009
Maryland Black Caucus Foundation 2009 Annual Weekend: Oct 1-3rd, 2009
Join the Maryland Black Caucus Foundation for a weekend of networking,advocacy, workshops and promoting youth potential as part of its continuing commitment to empowering the communities of Maryland. The event will be held in Annapolis, Maryland at the Westin Annapolis Hotel,100 WestGate Circle, Annapolis, Maryland 21401 from October 1-3rd, 2009.
Visit the link Maryland Black Caucus Foundation!
For more information about the 2009 Annual Weekend contact: Jeremiah Pope at 202.701.5757 or email@example.com.
Montgomery County Board of Elections Open House Thursday Oct 8th, 2009
The Montgomery County Board of Elections Cordially invites you to attend an Open House at the new Gaithersburg, Maryland facility on Thursday, October 8th, 2009 (3PM-7PM)
Montgomery County Board of Elections
18753-210 N. Frederick Avenue
Gaithersburg, Maryland 20879
Driving Directions To The New Office!
Visit the home page Montgomery County Board of Elections!
Click here for more details!!
Community Awareness for Change Conference-Saturday Oct. 24th 2009
The African American Democratic Club of Prince George’s County, Inc. (AADCPGC) is partnering with the African American Democratic Clubs of Baltimore City and Montgomery County to host a Community Awareness for Change Conference. This year’s theme is “Challenges for Community Change.”
The topics that will be covered at the conference are listed below:
The AADCPGC is a non-profit 501 (c-3) organization whose mission is to educate, inform and encourage African Americans and all voters to participate more fully in the democratic process. To register: The registration form can be completed on-line at www.aadcpgc.com. Registration is on a first come – first serve basis.
For additional information or questions contact:
Betty Harris (301) 248-4875, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Louis Harris (301) 906-0321, email: email@example.com
CELEBRATE MONTGOMERY COUNTY'S COMMUNITY SERVICE DAY.. OCTOBER 24TH
What began as "Community Service Day" in Montgomery County 22 years ago has become a national day of service known nationally as "Make a Difference Day." This day is part of President Obama's "United We Serve" national campaign. The effort to promote volunteerism is strongly supported by County Executive Ike Leggett through the Montgomery County VolunteerCenter. Groups are encouraged to start now developing their own projects of as little as a few hours or reach out to nonprofit organizations needing help. The Montgomery County Volunteer Center has resources available to help group leaders get started.
To learn more about organizing your own self-directed service project, visit the Volunteer Center at www.montgomerycountymd.gov/volunteer and click on the Community Service Day link at the top of the page. Register your group's project and get recognized in the Montgomery County Gazette!
firstname.lastname@example.org or 240-777-2620 or 240-777-2600.
Keep It Going Training with House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer-Aug. 29th, 2009
Join us along with other Montgomery County Democrats for the Aug. 29th "Keep It Going Activist Training" at the University of Maryland Stamp Student Union Atrium, College Park, MD.
For more details or to RSVP today to attend, click the highlighted link:Keep It Going Training
Join us along with other Montgomery County Democrats for the Aug. 29th "Keep It Going Activist Training" at the University of Maryland Stamp Student Union Atrium, College Park, MD. The event lasts from 8:30am - 5pm and has a cost of $10.00 per person. The African American Democratic Club of Montgomery County, Maryland looks forward to your participation.
State of Maryland Budget Update
The Maryland General Assembly has concluded its annual legislative session for 2009 and finished its work on the budget for the state. See the Maryland Budget & Tax Policy Institute's Budget Wrap-up. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PDF. Learn more at www.marylandpolicy.org.
APPLICANTS SOUGHT FOR BETHESDA TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT DISTRICT ADVISORY COMMITTEE
The Western Montgomery County Citizens Advisory Board is seeking applicants to fill two vacancies on the Bethesda Transportation Management District Advisory Committee. One nominee must reside within the Bethesda Transportation Management District (north of East-West Highway and Old Georgetown Road). One nominee must reside in a neighborhood adjacent to the Bethesda Transportation Management District or in the Town of Chevy Chase.
BTS is administered by the Bethesda Urban Partnership via a grant agreement with the County Department of Transportation (DOT). The Transportation Management District Advisory Committee advises the Partnership’s Board of Directors and DPWT on local transportation needs. Members serve three-year terms without compensation and meet on the third Friday morning of each month in Downtown Bethesda.
Applicants should send a brief resume detailing pertinent experience, interests and community activities no later than August 31st to the Western Montgomery County Citizens Advisory Board, 4805 Edgemoor Lane, Bethesda, MD 20814.
For more information, contact Karen Thon at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Regional Services Center by phone at 240-777-8210 or e-mail at karen.thon@@montgomerycountymd.gov.
May 15th-Honorable Nancy Navarro Wins Montgomery County Council Special Election
Congratulations To The Honorable Nancy Navarro on her victory in the District 4 Special Election for County Council from the African American Democratic Club of Montgomery County!
This is not just a victory for Council Member Navarro but a victory for all who recognize her independence, thoughtfulness and commitment to the people of the 4th Councilmanic District and all of Montgomery County, Maryland.
Join us along with other Montgomery County Democrats for the June 3rd Swearing-In Ceremony for the newly elected, Honorable Nancy Navarro, 4th District of Montgomery County. The African American Democratic Club of Montgomery County, Maryland looks forward to a continued relationship as she begins her tenure on the Montgomery County Council.
Ike Leggett Honored at Pre-Inaugural Reception
Isiah "Ike" Leggett celebrated his victory as the first African American to be elected Montgomery County Executive with hundreds of supporters at a Pre-Inaugural Reception held in his honor on December 3, 2006, at the DoubleTree Hotel in Rockville. Hosted by the African American Democratic Club of Montgomery County (AADCMC), the reception featured a presentation to Ike's wife, Catherine, live entertainment, and recognition of numerous community, business and political leaders. Leggett, who served 16 years on the County Council, promised to make the community "proud of my leadership." View more pictures of this event
A Salute to African American Elected Officials in Montgomery County: Past, Present and Future
Saturday February 25, 2006, at The Inn at Brookeville Farm a very special tribute took place, A Salute to African American Elected Officials in Montgomery County: Past, Present and Future, given by the African American Democratic Club of Montgomery County, Pres. Ann De Lacy. View more about this event and see pictures.
Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois, takes time to speak to Ann De Lacy, President of the AADCMC at Congressman Al Wynn Good Morning Breakfast.
The NAACP Dinner members and family enjoying an evening together.
On 3/5/05 the African American Democratic Club of Montgomery County held its first general meeting at the Historic Smithville School Museum. The swearing in of the new officers was presided by Judge De Lawrence Beard and the general meeting followed.
Member turnout was good, and many came to greet their new President, Ann De Lacy, and to welcome the new board members. Ann expressed that she will be working very hard in the African American Democratic Club along with board members. The board members each gave a brief description of their committee and welcomed any new ideas along with commitments to join.
This was a day to remember, members brought their concerns, spoke of issues needing immediate attention and addressed our future plans. Members came supporting the African American Democratic Club of Montgomery County and we the board, will have opportunity to serve.
See pictures from the 2005 elections or 2005 swearing in.
||Ann De Lacy
||Robert "Bo" Newsome
|Public Relations Officer
||LaVerne Flanagan Norman
|District 1 Representative
|District 2 Representative
|District 3 Representative
|District 4 Representative
|District 5 Representative