Do you make a mean pot of soup or chili? Here's your chance to show-off your skills and raise some money for the Cass County Democratic Party.
From 5-6pm bring your family and enjoy the ranch! The Red Barn Ranchhas: a corn maze, barrel train, mini pumpkin painting, corn pit, cotton pit, small slides, big slide, pumpkin bowling, bean bag toss, pumpkin tic tac toe, an antique tractor barn with tractors on display, hay tunnel, and ALL this for only $5/person. The only extra costs are for the pumpkins themselves which are $.50 per pound. And the corn cannon is $1 per shot.
At 6:00pm the farm will close and the chili/soup judging and pie auction will begin!
ENTRANTS: Bring your entry pre-cooked and in a crock pot. You are welcome anytime between 5:00pm and 6:00pm and are not required to pay the fee for the ranch experience. Trophies will be awarded for Best Soup, Best Chili, and Peoples Choice!
If you are going to enter a soup or chili (or donate a dessert for auction) please fill out the Entry Form: https://goo.gl/forms/OJDQ5ozECkTgqLbc2
Ticket prices (at the door)
Organizations and Resturants $20.00
Adults $10.00 (Enter a pot of soup or chili and 1 adult is free!)
Students & Children eat for FREE
You are reading this right - there are over 100 elected position in Cass County in 2018. The change we need at the local, state and national level isn't going to happen if new people with new ideas don't step up and RUN FOR OFFICE! Filing for municipal elections (city, school board, fire, water, sewer districts) begins on December 12th. There is so much going on right now in Cass County we want you to be informed and engaged, join us Thursday night!
Join us as we welcome Claire McCaskill to Cass County! 2 p.m. Friday in the sheriff's office training room inside the Cass County Justice Center, located at 2501 W. Mechanic St. in Harrisonville.
Join us Thursday night, at Brierly Hall, 277 W. 1st St. in Peculiar, Missouri. Do you want a say in what we stand for as Missouri Democrats? Now is your chance. Jalen Anderson, the Chair of the Platform Committee, will be joining us to get our input on issues that are important to us and what we think should be in the Platform of the Missouri Democratic Party.
We'll also have a representative from Clean Missouri to explain the petition to end gerrymandering and implement real campaign finance reform.
Dinner is catered at 6:30 pm for $12.00. The meeting starts at 7:00 pm.
See you Thursday night!
To all of those who fought for our freedoms and to all of those who continue the fight today, we remember and thank you.
Please join us Thursday, June 17th. We have a catered dinner provided by A Thyme for Seasoning at 6:30pm and then our meeting and speaker at 7:00pm.
This month we are very excited to welcome Jessica Ayala. Jessica is a native of Colombia South America, a Kansas City poet, writer, activist and artistic director. She has served Kansas City in many capacities from her work as a youth director to leading several GOTV campaigns. Her debut book of poems I'm Just A Kid From Ipiales will be released in 2018 highlighting the journey of an immigrant youth.
Thursday Night, May 25th
6:30 pm Dinner
7:00 pm Meeting
If not you, who? We can't win if we don't run! We'll talk about all the offices that will be up for election in 2018. Are you interested? Do you know someone who is? The time is now to start planning a successful campaign.
Please join us Thursday night, April 27th for our regular monthly meeting. We are pleased to welcome Ms. Renee Hoagenson who is running for US Congress in the 4th Congressional District. We will also have petitions for you to sign to place a citizens repeal of SB 19, the recently passed Right to Work for Less law, on the November 2018 ballot. Hope to see you there!
Join us Thursday, March 23rd, for a ballot forum. Municipal elections are non-partisan and the Cass County Democratic Party does not endorse any of the candidates running in these elections. We simply want to provide an opportunity for candidates to tell us why we should vote for them and also discuss what the ballot measures mean for us as residents. Voting is always important and voting in Municipal Elections have a direct impact on our everyday lives. Come and get informed so you can be an educated voter when you head to the polls on April 4th.