Join us for our 2018 Lincoln Reception this February 28th!

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Enjoy wine and appetizers while conversing with local GOP community leaders and elected officials. The highlight of our Lincoln Reception will be California State Assembly Republican Minority Leader Brian Dahle discussing the 2018 goals for the legislature.

Brian Dahle has represented California’s First Assembly District since 2012. Before joining the Assembly, Brian served on the Lassen County Board of Supervisors for 16 years. In the legislature, Brian works across party lines for job creation and economic development in the rural North State and throughout California, pushing policies that keep families on their farms, protect water rights and support the business community.

To mail in a check please download the 2018 Lincoln Reception Flyer and fill out the form on the second page.


Elegant Willow Glen Residence – to be sent upon reservation


February 28, 2018


6:00 PM – 7:00 PM VIP Reception
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM General Reception


$45 General Reception
$100 VIP & General Reception

Renew your Angel donor status for 2018 before or at the event, and VIP entrance is complementary.

Sponsorship Levels:

$ 250 – Bronze (Includes 2 tickets to VIP & General Reception)
$ 500 – Silver (Includes 4 tickets to VIP & General Reception)
$1000 – Gold (Includes 8 tickets to VIP & General Reception)

Platinum Sponsorship Levels: $2,500 | $5,000 | $10,000


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