Public Meeting of the Valley County Democratic Party Central Committee

Tuesday, February 20— 7 pm
Bill Thomas and Jacki Rubin’s Home
650 Brady Drive, McCall

it is time for Democrats and all non-MAGA Republicans to get involved. With all the crazy and mean-spirited actions from our state MAGA legislature, the lack of action by the county on affordable housing for our local workers and our Putin-loving Republican Congressional delegation, our Democracy is in danger. 

We will be discussing our upcoming events and activities for the Spring, Summer and Fall. Activities will include: The Presidential Caucus, recruitment of candidates for county and state legislature, and County-wide campaign to elect Democrats up and down the ballot. Come to the meeting and identify ways you can lend a hand to move our county and state forward. 

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Valley Co Dems Winter Social

Join us at the new Bistro 45 at 203 East Lake St., McCall (below the Yacht Club) on Wednesday, January 31, from 6:00-7:30pm. Have a glass of wine, sample some appetizers and meet your fellow Democrats. It’s a chance to enjoy conversation with like-minded people in a casual setting, and to get to know the members of your County Dems Central Committee. No speeches – we promise! RSVPs greatly appreciated for planning purposes, but all are welcome, even at the last minute. 

* Please note: appetizers complimentary; no-host bar. 

Giving Voice to Our Choice: Writing Workshop
Sunday November 12, 1-5 pm Glasshouse, 1410 Mill Rd, McCall

A nonfiction writing worksop focused on personal stories of abortion and reproductive justice. Through writing prompts, discussion, deep listening and trust-building, partcipants will be invited to bring the experience of abortion- both deeply private and commonplace-out of the shadows, allowing for catharsis and deeper understanding. No writing experience is required!

Stories can also be submitted to Pro Voice Project, P.O. Box 1782, McCall Idaho 83638

In the Spring of 2024, an evening of performance and discussion is being planned at the Alpine Playhouse. With permission, stories that are gathered at the workshop may be used as material in the creation of the performance. Story-sharers will remain anonymous. 

For questions contact Amy Rush at 310-804-7494

McCall-Donnelly School District Trustee Candidates Meet and Greet on Friday, October 20 from 6 to 7:30 pm at CUB McCall, 144 N 3rd St

Candidates for McCall-Donnelly School Board Laura McGeorge (Zone 1 – left) and Kelly Miller (Zone 2)

These candidates share a passion for education and the well-being of children, with a strong record of public service. Laura is a retired physician, whose mother and aunt were teachers and daughter currently teaches special education. Laura is ready to bring her management skills honed on American Red Cross healthcare teams to support teachers and promote quality education. Local entrepreneur Kelly Miller brings business and management skills enhanced by service as a past member of the Shepherd’s Home Board and a current board member of the West Central Mountains Housing Trust. Kelly hopes to bring a “Common Sense and Common Ground” approach to the MDSD Board.

Only voters in MDSD zones 1 and 2 can vote for these candidates. Click here to see which zone you reside in.

Valley County Dems Highway 55 Cleanup Thursday, October 12 , 4:30 pm meet at Elk Creek Church Parking Lot

Photo of hwy cleanup

Valley County Democrats and friends will hold their Fall Adopt-A-Highway cleanup on Thursday, October 12 at 4:30. Afterward, a no-host social will be held at Hometown Pizza in McCall for those interested.

Those helping should meet in the south parking area of Elk Creek Church on Highway 55 at 4:30 pm.

Valley County Democrats have been cleaning up both sides of a two-mile stretch of Highway 55 twice a year since 2009. For more information contact Ken Enochs at (208) 630-4285 or

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An Inspirational Valley County Democratic Picnic

Steve Berch speaking at Valley County Picnic

On Wednesday, August 9th over 50 people gathered to hear from Democratic leaders and candidates, listen to good music, enjoy great food from K&B’s, and raise money for candidates and the county and state Democratic organizations!

Steve Berch, District 15 State Representative, spoke about the need to elect Democrats to the legislature to end the Republican supermajority and their extreme agenda. Jared Dawson spoke about his candidacy for District 8 seat A, which includes Valley County. He will promote common sense legislation reflecting democratic values. Kaylee Peterson hopes to replace our current congressman who wants to end Obamacare, throwing thousands of Idahoans off health insurance. He also wants to take away women’s control of their health with a national total ban on abortion.

With former Congressman Larry LaRocco as our auctioneer, our pies, cakes, and crafts netted a record $2800 in a non-election year! We can feel the momentum! Thanks to all who donated items and thanks to those who opened their wallets generously to fund our efforts to elect more Democrats to local and statewide offices.

Valley County Democratic Party Picnic, Wednesday, August 9, 6 pm at Woodlands Picnic Area, McCall Idaho

Join Valley County Democrats for our annual summer picnic at Woodlands Picnic Area, 634 Brady Drive, McCall. Festivities start at 6:00 p.m, Wednesday, August 9.  

Invited speakers will be: Larry LaRocco, former Idaho Congressman; Steve Berch, State Representative District 15; Kaylee Peterson, candidate for Congress and chair of ID Young Democrats; and Jared Dawson, candidate for Idaho Legislature District 8.

Entertainment will be provided by Mountain Fever. Food will be available for purchase from KB’s Mexican Food Truck. Bring your own lawn chair.

Please bring a pie/dessert or craft piece to be auctioned. Proceeds from the auction will go to support state and county activities.

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