Yellowstone Democrat Dinner Club

Yellowstone Dinner Club will meet next Tuesday with a change in one speaker.  Candidate Raph Graybill will not be able to speak  due a hearing he needs to attend at the Montana Supreme Court.  We will have Candidate Kathleen Williams to be speaking please attend and RSVP  thanks:

Yellowstone Democrat Dinner Club – Elks Club

934 Lewis Ave.   5:30 – 8:00 pm

Tuesday – January 21, 2020

Wilmot Collins – Candidate for U.S. Senate

Wilmot currently serves as the mayor of Montana’s capital city, Helena.  He has served Montana and the nation in the National Guard, US Army Reserves and the US Navy Reserves for over 20 years.   During his career, he has worked as a teacher that helped troubled or at risk youth, the VA at Fort Harrison, the Department of Homeland Security and as a Child Protection Specialist at the State of Montana.

As the Mayor of Helena some of his accomplishments are the first public safety bond in nearly 20 years, more first responders on the streets, a remodeling of a new Law and Justice Center, expansion of affordable housing opportunities for low-income individuals in the Self Help Program, increased the efficiency in the way roads were plowed during the winter months to save money and increase public safety and moved the parking meters from the old coin-operated approach to a debit card based technology.

Wilmot is a refugee of the Liberian Civil war.  He and his wife Maddie fled in the midst of one of Africa’s most brutal civil wars.

Kathleen Williams  – Candidate for U.S. House 

Kathy Williams’s life has been shaped by hope, a hope she strives to foster in her campaign and in the hearts of voters across Montana.  Hope that we can work together, hope that we can unite around our shared values, positive change and directed toward a future that is good for all of us.

She will continue to fight for affordable health care, good jobs, decent pay, and affordable education for the kids of Montana.  Kathleen’s career in natural resource management spans 30 years in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors where she came up with solutions to low streamflow issues, improved drought response, and worked to protect and enhance river health.  She currently works at the Western Landowners Alliance to maintain Montana’s agricultural heritage, helping Montanans stay on their family farms and ranches and bringing the next generation back to the land.


Please RSVP to [email protected] Cost of the meal is $10.00. Please let us know if you need a vegan meal. Also, annual dues for 2019 are $15.00. If you already RSVP’d, please disregard this reminder.

The event is finished.


Jan 21 2020


5:30 pm - 8:00 pm