Rehoboth Beach Hosts Hillary For America Fundraiser

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Rehoboth Beach Hosts Hillary For America Fundraiser

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Lewes-Rehoboth Beach locals invite Hillary Clinton supporters to a fundraising event on Saturday, August 22.

Event chairs include Claire Lucas, her partner Judy Dlugacz and Peter D. Rosenstein. Dlugacz is a human rights pioneer, founder and president of Olivia, and a generous contributor to the Rehoboth Beach community, including time-honored premier sponsorship of Women’s FEST. Rosenstein is a Democratic activist, non-profit executive in D.C., and a long-time home owner in Rehoboth Beach.

“People understand that Hillary is the most prepared person to run for President in decades,” says Rosenstein. “From her work with the Children’s Defense Fund to her being named head of the Legal Services Corporation, The National Law Journal twice listed Hillary Clinton as one of the hundred most influential lawyers in America. During her tenure as First Lady of Arkansas, Hillary led a task force that reformed Arkansas’s education system.”

Lucas adds, “With all that Hillary has accomplished, we get something more. On January 20, 2017, America has the opportunity to see Hillary Rodham Clinton sworn in as the nation’s first woman President.”

The Hillary for America fundraiser will be held from 5 – 7 p.m. at a Rehoboth Beach private residence. Donations of varying levels receive special recognition: $2,700 donors will be named event co-chairs, $1,000 donors will receive host recognition, and $500 or $250 contributors will be honored as supporters. The Rehoboth Beach event address will be provided to RSVP donors.

For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.

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