Democrats forum Saturday
The Haverhill Democratic City Committee will hold a candidates forum on Saturday at 2 p.m. in the public library auditorium, 99 Main St.
Democratic candidates for governor and other statewide offices will address the committee in advance of the upcoming caucuses to elect delegates to the Massachusetts State Democratic Convention.
Registered Democrats in Haverhill will be holding caucuses for all seven Wards at the public library on Feb. 24 at 7 p.m. to elect delegates and alternates to the 2014 Massachusetts Democratic State Convention. Haverhill will send 35 delegates and 21 alternates to the State Convention, along with other ex-officio delegates.
The 2014 Convention will be held on June 13 and 14 at the DCU Center in Worcester. At that time, Democrats from across the state will gather to nominate Democratic candidates for governor and other statewide offices. The caucus is open to all registered Democrats in Haverhill as of Dec. 31, 2013. All ballots will be written and secret. Those not elected as a delegate or alternate may apply to be add-on delegates in the following categories: Youth, minority or disabled.
Registration for the caucuses will begin at 6:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend, especially anyone interested in joining the committee.
More information is available from Bill Cox, chairman of the Haverhill Democratic City Committee, at 978-374-6297.
Get Smart Fundraiser ready to start
Haverhill public schools and UNO Pizzeria & Grill will hold their second annual Get Smart Haverhill fundraiser from March 3 to April 13.
Sponsors are CCS New England, the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce and Align Credit Union. Last year’s event raised nearly $8,000 for Haverhill public schools and provided Tilton School with a SMART Board valued at nearly $1,800, donated by CCS New England.
From March 3 through April 13, UNO’s will donate 20 percent of your total bill directly to your chosen school. Just present a fundraiser ticket to your server. The school that raises the most funds will receive a SMART Interactive Response System and applicable software valued at $4,000, donated by CCS New England. SMART Interactive Response Systems enable teachers to instantly assess learning through formative and summative assessments – increasing student participation and improving learning outcomes.