The Role that County Government Plays in Shaping Your Quality of Life
Candace Andersen, District 2 County Supervisor, Contra Costa County
Ever wonder what the County does for you? Come find out from our own County Supervisor, who was first elected in 2012, re-elected unopposed in 2016 and will run again in 2020!
Many of us remember Candace as Danville Councilwoman and Mayor between 2003 and 2012. With a B.A. in Public Policy and Juris Doctorate from BYU, she began her legal career as a Prosecuting Attorney. She put her legal career on hold to serve the community and raise her family. She remains an active volunteer in her church and community.
She and her husband, attorney Philip M. Andersen, have been married for 35 years and are the parents of six children and now six grandchildren.
Come find out how the County administration impacts our lives and how we can have a voice in it!
Blackhawk Country Club, Grille Room (All welcome, no need to be a Member or Club Resident)
5:30 check-in and social with hors d’oeuvres and no-host bar; 6:00 speaker
$27; $15 student w/ID; RSVP Deadline: April 9
Please make your reservations* and any cancellation* by noon, Tuesday, April 9th by e-mailing or calling Penny Jaspar at [email protected] 952-943-6221 or [email protected]. Mail check payable to “Blackhawk Republican Women” to 10 Frances Way, Walnut Creek, CA 94597 to arrive by the 9th.
“A reservation made is a reservation paid!”**
*Reservations for this event are by check or cash only. We are upgrading our online payment process at this time. Please bear with us.
**Please understand that the Country Club bills for the count we submit at that time so we cannot subsequently issue any refunds.