You are cordially invited to the

Shoreline League of Democratic Women's

Gala Spring Banquet
& Fundraiser

Thursday, May 1, 2014
Water's Edge Resort & Spa, 1525 Boston Post Road (Route 1), Westbrook, Connecticut  06498
Cocktails & Vegetable Crudite
at 6:00 PM, *Cash Bar
Dinner at 7:00 PM

Cost: $50 per person

Silent Auction and Raffle

Our Very Special Guest Speaker:
Susan Campbell, Award Winning Author

Presenting "What War on Women?"


Vegetable Crudite

Fresh Baked Rolls and Butter

Tossed Green Salad with House Dressing
Coffee, Decaf Coffee and Tea

Entree (Please choose one:)

1) Chicken Amalfi - marsala wine, wild mushrooms, pancetta bacon & baby spinach
2) North Atlantic Salmon fillet - mango buerre blanc, sweet potato risotto
3) Wild Mushroom & Grilled Vegetable Risotto - shaved asiago cheese & basil infused oil


Fudge Brownie Tart

This is your opportunity to enjoy a delightful evening with your SLDW friends and meet Author Susan Campbell.    You are encouraged to bring your spouse, friends and guests to share in this event. Please RSVP at your earliest convenience by replying to this email.
Seating is limited. First come, first served.

Don't forget to designate your entree choice(s).
Phone: 860-664-3590
Mail: SLDW
c/o Gloria Star
PO Box 311, Clinton, CT 06413

Please fill out donation form attached, and send your check (Payable to the Shoreline League of Democratic Women).


Susan Campbell

Presenting: What War on Women?
Award-winning author of "Dating Jesus," 
and just-published biography,
"Tempest-Tossed: The Spirit of Isabella Beecher Hooker"

Susan Campbell was born in Kentucky and raised in southwest Missouri. She’s worked at newspapers in Missouri, Kansas, Maryland, and Connecticut. For more than a quarter-century, she was a columnist at the Hartford Courant, where her work was recognized by the National Women's Political Caucus, New England Associated Press News Executives, the Society for Professional Journalists, the American Association of Sunday and Feature Editors, the National Society of Newspaper Columnists, and the Sunday Magazine Editors Association.

Her column about the shootings at lottery headquarters in March 1998 was part of The Courant's Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage.

The mother of two adult sons, and the grandmother of seven, she has a bachelor's degree from University of Maryland, and a master's degree from Hartford Seminary. She works as the communications/development director at Partnership for Strong Communities, a statewide non-profit that’s working to end homelessness and increase the state’s stock of affordable housing.


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