New officer installations top the agenda when the Morongo Basin Democratic Club meets this Saturday, June 14, at Bruce’s Coyote Kitchen at Copper Mountain College in Joshua Tree. Newly elected Club President Matthew Campos will take the helm from four-term incumbent Mike Lipsitz. Lipsitz declined to run after accepting the position of field rep to County Supervisor James Ramos in April. Fellowship and a $10 power breakfast begin at 9 a.m.; the business meeting begins at 10 a.m. After taking the oath of office, Campos will preside over several pieces of new business, including votes on bylaw revisions, a proposed change to dues structure, and Club plans to participate in Saturday’s Joshua Tree Gay Pride, as well as next month’s July 4th events. The meeting is open to all registered Democrats and invited guests.

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