Sunday, April 10, 2016 5-7pm
Mill River Winery
498 Rowley Rd (Route 1)
498 Rowley Rd (Route 1)
The Ipswich Democratic Town Committee gave its 2015 Community Service Award to the Ipswich Birth to Three Family Center at its February 6, 2016 Annual Breakfast. The Committee praised Birth to Three for its programs for both parents and children, to ensure that all children start as equals when entering kindergarten. The event, a fundraiser for the Committee’s fall election headquarters, featured an appearance by political comedian Jimmy Tingle.
L-R: Diane Young, chair of the Ipswich Democratic Town Committee; Sheila McAdams, Winthrop School principal, Abigail Gold, Director Birth to Three; Kate McCormick, Birth to Three; Diana Ryan, Birth to Three; Sheila Conley, Doyon School principal. Photo by Alec Style.
The Ipswich Democratic Town Committee hosts a discussion of this year’s Ipswich Reads…One Book! on Tuesday, April 26, 2016, 6:30pm at the Ipswich Public Library, 25 North Main St. Station Eleven, by Emily St. John Mandel, is an award-winning novel about the enduring nature of art and how it connects and sustains us through anything—even the end of the world. The discussion is open to all. Copies of Station Eleven are available at the Library. Discussion leader is Diane Young, member of the Democratic Town Committee and former librarian. Ipswich Reads…One Book! is a town-wide reading and discussion program sponsored by the Ipswich Public Library.
The Ipswich Democratic Town Committee welcomed Congressman Seth Moulton and Massachusetts Democratic Party chairman Tom McGee to its annual breakfast on Saturday, January 31, 2015. Seventy local Democrats from Ipswich and surrounding towns attended the fundraiser for a local election headquarters in 2016.
Congressman Moulton spoke about the state of the Democratic Party and his experience as a freshman member of Congress. The Committee gave its 2014 Community Service Award to the Ipswich Historical Commission and and others, including Glenn Gibbs, Town Planner, who brought about Ipswich’s new Architectural Preservation District. The Commission was praised for its long-term commitment, concern for the economic well-being of the town, a fine campaign of education about the architectural and cultural history of our town, and effective local political action.