Tahlequah Daily Press

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January 31, 2014

Democrats to hold meeting

TAHLEQUAH — The regular monthly meeting of the Cherokee County Federation of Democratic Women will be held at noon, Friday, Feb. 7, at noon, at the Restaurant of the Cherokees.

Rep. Mike Brown. D-Tahlequah, is scheduled to speak at the meeting. Also on the program is the election of officers for 2014-15. The nominating committee will present the slate of officers and nominations will also be taken from the floor. Members will be updated on the Baked Potato Luncheon scheduled for March.

For more information, contact President Deb Corn at (918) 456-0270.

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