The Societal Impact of Our Open Border

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Amazing Speaker + TWO Silent Auction Items 


The Societal Impact of Our Open Border - Federation for American Immigration Reform - FAIR


June 12 | 6:00pm-8:30pm | RSVP Deadline June 8, 3pm Dinner + Event


Susan Tully, FAIR - Federation for American Immigration Reform 

FAIR seeks to reduce overall immigration to a more normal level. Reducing legal immigration levels from well over one million at present to a very generous 300,000 a year over a sustained period will allow America to manage growth, address environmental concerns, and maintain a high quality of life. FAIR puts the interests of American citizens and future generations ahead of big business and partisan demands.

Susan joined the FAIR staff in 2002. She is a former business owner, manager for municipal code enforcement, and immigration coordinator for the Coalition of Government Officials (Southern California). Susan manages FAIR's Law Enforcement Relations Program. She develops members’ and activists’ support and educates the media and public on immigration issues. Susan works with Sheriffs and law enforcement officials around the country to form a coalition to fight to secure our nation’s borders and uphold the rule of law.

Susan is a graduate of Viterbo University in Lacrosse, Wisconsin, the wife of a Catholic Deacon, the mother of 6 grown children, and the grandmother of 16. She is a private pilot, and holds certifications for sailing vessels up to 50’, and in her spare time, loves to travel.

FAIR - Federation American Immigration Reform - Website




Meal Reservations for Members - $50 / Non-Members - $60 / Walk-ins for $25.00*See Note

Check-in: 6:00pm | Dinner served: 6:35pm 

Dinner Buffet: Dinner: BBQ chicken, corn salad, garden salad, scalloped potatoes and an assortment of bread/rolls and butter. Vegan option must be reserved in advance - penne pasta+tofu. Note: BYOB/Wine + bottle opener/glasses. Email [email protected] to select vegan choice.

*Walk-ins - Speaker, cake & coffee for $25. Pay cash / check at door

Amazing RENEWAL Member Deal!* 

Between June 1 - June 30, support the club by renewing your Membership (if you have not yet done so) *Open 2023 Members who have yet to renew their 2024 Membership Membership Details - Click here to RENEW or Join

Opportunity Drawing + TWO Fundraisers 


Opportunity Drawing - This fundraiser will offer 6 bottles of wine and a pound of See's Candy. Total value is approximately $200. Tickets are available at the meeting by cash or check - 5 tickets for $20 or 2 tickets for $10. There will be one winner.  

TWO Silent Auction Items / Fundraiser:

#1  A 7-night stay in a 2 bedroom suite at WorldMark Windsor in Sonoma County from October 4th to 11th, 2024. Bring your checkbook and come bid on this wonderful resort in the fabulous northern California wine country. See flyer and website - Worldmark Wyndham Windsor Resort Sonoma; Flyer Details Click Here

#2 - Fall Harvest Wine Party for 2 at Glennhawk Winery in Danville. Tentative Dates: last Saturday of September or first Saturday of October. This event will include picking grapes, grape stomping, brunch, wine tasting, 2 bottles of wine and pet treats on the gorgeous estate of Glennhawk Winery overlooking the San Ramon Valley and Las Trampas hills. Offering also includes a basket of wine goodies and 3 bottles of wine. Flyer Details Click Here


June 12, 2024 at 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Alamo Womens Club
1401 Danville Blvd
Alamo, CA 94507
United States
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