A full list of all of our organizational meetings is also available.

Unless otherwise noted, you do not need to be a member of the Democrats of Rossmoor Club to attend our functions.

March 4, Monday — Book Club cancelled

3 p.m. in Gateway Multipurpose Room 2

The April book will be The Truths We Hold: An American Journey by Kamala Harris.

March 11, Monday — Films: Putin’s Revenge I and Putin’s Revenge II

1 and 7 p.m. at Peacock Hall

Putin’s Revenge is a riveting investigation of how the U.S. struggled to confront Vladimir Putin over Russian involvement in the 2016 election, how revenge may have motivated Putin to target American democracy and the U.S. responses under Presidents Obama and Trump.

Part One of Putin’s Revenge is a portrait of what makes the Russian leader tick, and the events that shaped his belief that the U.S. has sought to undermine Russia dating back to the fall of the Soviet Union.

Part Two delves into the riveting story of Russian involvement in the 2016 U.S. election, and how and why the Obama administration struggled to confront Putin about both election interference and, before that, Putin’s actions in Ukraine.


March 14, Thursday — TGWD: strategic planning

4:30 p.m. at the Creekside Club Room

Please bring snacks to share; wine will be available for a $5 donation.

The March 14 meeting will be a strategic planning event held in the Club Room will include a few representatives from other clubs. We will use the Newsome Budget and Flip Charts to provide and visualize aligning the flow of each level being worked on, including a vote on DoR priorities and CA Democratic priorities.

March 28, Thursday — General Meeting

6 p.m. social/town hall; 7 p.m. speaker at the Event Center
Speaker: Sarah Muller Hesketh, V.P. of External Affairs at the California Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems (CAPH)

Ms. Hesketh’s topic for her March 28 speech will be “Health Care in Flux.” Her appearance is timely and important.

CAPH is a non-profit trade association that represents California’s 21 public health care systems, which serve as the core of the state’s health care safety net. Ms. Hesketh leads the organization’s advocacy work that includes helping advance policy efforts and the legislative platform and building relationships with key stakeholders at the state and federal level. Most recently, she led the organization’s effort to defend the Affordable Care Act and protect the Medicaid expansion, which now serves more than one in three Californians.

Prior to joining CAPH in 2011, Ms. Hesketh was the Director of Health Care Policy and Community Development at Working Partnerships USA, a non-profit organization in San Jose. She has a Master’s Degree in Applied Economics and Finance, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Global Economics from the University of California, Santa Cruz.