June 7th Mixer with
The PolitiChicks are back with a new book “PolitiChicks: A Clarion Call to Activism”.
The election of President Donald Trump proves that Americans are fed up with business as usual in Washington. They are tired of being pushed around and bullied by politicians, media, and Hollywood elites.
For years, “The PolitiChicks,” led by owners Ann-Marie Murrell and Morgan Brittany, have been at the forefront encouraging activism and promoting political involvement on all levels. Their new book, “PolitiChicks: A Clarion Call to Activism” has been endorsed by everyone from Lt. Col. Allen West to Gov. Mike Huckabee, with a Forward written by Daniel Greenfield. Their book is a collection of articles and essays from their contributors across the U.S. and is meant to encourage everyone to get off the sidelines and remind our elected officials who is boss.
(They will be signing and selling books as well!)
Coffee/Tea and Dessert only (No Dinner)
Date: June 7, 2017
Time: 7:00- 9:00 PM (Approx) (Reception/Check in- starting at 6:30)
Place: Mayflower Club 11110 Victory Blvd (Across from Target) North Hollywood, CA 91606
Cost: $5.00 for Members, $9.00 for Non-Members (Cash or Check- Sorry no credit cards) Free Parking behind building, on street after 7:00 and in the Target parking lot. Full cash bar (reasonably priced!) ****Please RSVP**** so that we will have an accurate count: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wed. April 5, 2017 Meeting/Mixer
Lionel Chetwynd is one of the good guys in Hollywood and one of the few outspoken conservatives.
Lionel has over 40 feature and long-form television credits and has written, produced, and directed over 21 documentaries. These have varied from romances (Goldenrod) to a Vietnam trilogy (Hanoi Hilton, Kissinger and Nixon, To Heal a Nation) to his examination of seemingly ordinary people caught up in extraordinary circumstances (Sadat, The Man Who Captured Eichmann, Varian’s War) and historical pieces (Ike: Countdown to D-Day, Two Solitudes, Darkness at High Noon: the Carl Forman Documents, and Johnny We Hardly Knew Ye). He has received both Oscar and Emmy nominations, an ACTRA Award, Two Genie Nominations, six Writers Guild of America nominations, including an award, the New York Festival Gold Medal, two Christophers, two George Washington Freedom Medals, and seven Telly Awards. He has received an Honorary Doctorate of Humane letters from Columbia College (Hollywood) and is a recipient of the Caucus of Writers, Directors and Producers Lifetime Achievement Award and their American Spirit award, as well as the Smithsonian John Singleton Copley Medal. The trade paper Variety’s 100 anniversary edition named him one of Hollywood’s 100 icons of the first Century. From 2001 to 2009, he served on the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities. Lionel is married to actress Gloria Carlin and has two sons.
Lionel’s latest SHORT project is “An Improbable Dream” View it here and vote to help our friend Lionel