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    Joe Baca Jr. to Speak at Democratic Luncheon Club November 17th

    San Bernardino County Fifth District Supervisor Joe Baca

    San Bernardino County Fifth District Supervisor Joe Baca

    SAN BERNARDINO, CALIF.— The San Bernardino Democratic Luncheon Club has announced that 5th District San Bernardino County Supervisor Joe Baca Jr. will be the guest speaker for the Club’s November 17th meeting.

    Baca has gained a reputation as a champion of education through his actions, such as his recent sponsorship of a College and Career Day at the County Government Office. Workshops, panel discussions, and networking sessions combined to connect students with County departments and professionals from diverse fields of potential interest to San Bernardino City and County school district students.

    Also during his tenure to date, the Supervisor has paid attention to park improvements, including compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements for the park’s restrooms, splash pads, and gating. He has also announced an affordable housing project for Bloomington, a mobile veterinarian clinic, and a partnership with Arrowhead Regional Medical Center to improve district residents’ access to the medical center’s mobile clinics.

    Democratic Luncheon Club President Attorney Tim Prince says, “Baca always delivers for San Bernardino.  He leads a great staff and commissioners, keeps his commitments, and is amongst the most responsive and committed of public servants.  We are lucky to have Joe as our Supervisor and friend.”

    Luncheon Club meetings start at noon and are held at Juan Pollo Restaurant, 1258 West 5th St., San Bernardino.

    Anyone wishing to contact the Club can send an email using the online “Contact Us” form at https://sbdems.com/?page_id=14.

    Democratic Luncheon Club Won’t Meet on Veterans Day

    Assemblymember Eloise Reyes, Attorney, and Club President Tim Prince, Connie Levia, KVCR President, Dave Jones, then CA Insurance Commissioner at the Democratic Luncheon Club.

    SAN BERNARDINO, CALIF.— In honor of Veterans Day on Friday, November 10th, the San Bernardino Democratic Luncheon Club will stay dark. Club president Tim Prince says, “Out of respect for those who have served our country so bravely, we have decided to skip our weekly business meeting in order to observe the holiday.”

    The Club usually meets on Fridays for lunch at the Juan Pollo Restaurant, 1258 West 5th St. in San Bernardino. The agenda includes a guest speaker, followed by club business. The next meeting will take place on Friday, November 17th, with 5th District County Supervisor Joe Baca Jr. as the guest speaker.

    The Club will also be dark the following Friday, November 24th, as it’s the day after Thanksgiving.

    Anyone wishing to contact the Club can send an email using the online “Contact Us” form at https://sbdems.com/?page_id=14.

    History of the Democratic Luncheon Club

    “I am honored to be entrusted by the Mayor and City Council with this opportunity to make recommendations on how our City Charter can be improved so that our city government can operate more effectively. The current Charter recognizes that periodic review is necessary, and adjustments should be made to enable the city to return to its All-America City greatness,” said Prince.

    Democratic Luncheon Club President Tim Prince.




    The Democraticy Luncheon Club of San Bernardino reorganized as a chartered club of the San Bernardino County Democratic Central Committee in 1993.

    Serving as the reorganized club’s first President, former Democratic Congressional Nominee Don Rusk sought to rebuild the then dormant club as a platform for Democrats and a forum for progressive ideas.

    The Luncheon Club is now one of the largest and most active political clubs in the Inland Empire. Contemporary ideas of progressive Democrats are presented virtually every Friday at Noon in a successful one-hour format.

    The range of distinguished speakers over its history includes United States Senator Barbara Boxer, U.S. Congressmen, California’s Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Insurance Commissioner, Senators, Assembly Members, a host of Mayors, Council Members, Chiefs of Police, Superintendents of Schools, labor leaders such as CTA State President, civil rights activists, attorneys, environmentalists, government officials, college professors, and, of course, Democratic candidates for partisan and nonpartisan offices.

    “Its mission is to present Democrats and their ideas to the public and to advance the ideals of the Democratic Party,” said Club President Tim Prince

    Save the Date for the Club’s annual banquet scheduled for February 24, 2024 at noon. The event is THE Inland Empire political event of the year.

    Democrats and their guests are invited to attend. Annual dues is $25. For further information contact Tim Prince at (909) 725-8474.