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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Coffee with Joyce Elliott

Posted By on Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 11:12 AM

A $100 fund-raising coffee is set from 8-10 a.m. Friday at Cafe Bossa Nova for Sen. Joyce Elliott, the Democratic nominee for 2nd District Congress. Host list is packed with familiar names.


Barbara and Senator David Pryor
Betty and Senator Dale Bumpers
Jill and Senator Mark Pryor
Rev. Betsy Singleton and Congressman Vic Snyder
Betty and Governor Jim Guy Tucker
Gert and General Wesley Clark
Honorable Jimmie Lou Fisher
Annie Abrams • Rep. Fred Allen
Kathleen and Bum Atkins • Page Atkins
Christina and Michael Blue • Evette Brady
Brent Bumpers • Brooke Bumpers
Caroline and Nick Curton • Vivian Flowers
Barbara Henry • Annette and Phil Herrington
Steven Jones • Clarice Miller
Nancy and Ark Monroe • Melissa Moody
Lena Moore • Martha Perry
Jennifer Ronnel • Willa Black Sanders
Rosi Smith • Chris Strauss • Stephanie Streett
Bill Walker • Nicole and Rep. Darrin Williams
Rep. Kathy Webb

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