Lincoln Day Events February 25th!

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“What in world is going on? An intelligence briefing for Republicans” by Herb Meyer, Foreign Relations Specialist. Also speaking will be Fredi Simpson our National Committee Woman

Come join us to support the county party as it works for you. We will have breakfast on Orcas 9:30 at the American Legion, 793 Crescent Beach Road and Lunch on Lopez 1:00 at the Lopez Island Community Church,91 Lopez Road in the Village. Ferry schedule allows us to all attend both events.We will have auction and raffle opportunities. Come donate to your party and sign up for your 2012 membership. Funds will be directed to county work, candidates and delegate support.

Orcas Breakfast is by a suggested $20 donation.Call Cindy Carter to volunteer at 360-376-2187.

Lopez Lunch is $18. Please RSVP and pay in advance if possible to Darlene Demetrick,185 Eagle’s Roost, Lopez Island, 98261 or 360-468-2043.

Jones Family Farm – The continuing battle with regulations

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A Lopez family is fighting for their farm and discussing it with the Washington senators:  Very interesting! A Repub

— On Tue, 1/17/12, Jones Family Farms wrote:

From: Jones Family Farms
Subject: Re: Our conversation this evening…
To: “BarrettPryce”
Date: Tuesday, January 17, 2012, 10:32 AM

Dear Barrette,
Thanks for your time the other night.  I got distracted with other things (running our business and raising our family) and am only now able to sit down and put ideas to paper.
The above qualifier is exactly the point.  We and everyone we know in the productive economy are so busy with our own affairs, that imposing ever more requirements on us very rapidly reaches a breaking point for our family, business and personal health.  The last thing we want to do is pend time battling the government for the right to go about our daily lives.
We raise and market natural meats, grow shellfish, and purchase and distribute wild seafood products to about four dozen stores and restaurants in San Juan County and Seattle.
Continued