(l-r) co-chairs Lynn Sullivan, Jean D. William and Sheila Foster

About 210 Supporters of President Barack Obama's gathered at the Saltwater Grille in Stamford, Connecticut, to celebrate the president's "First 100 Days," in office as the 44th U.S. president.

The event, which was presented by The Greenwich Democrat PAC and Friends and co-chaired by Lynn Sullivan, Sheila Foster and Jean D.William, brought out political dignitaries from Fairfield County such as, newly elected Congressman Jim Himes, Attorney General Dick Blumenthal and former U.S. Senatorial candidate Ned Lamont.


(l-r) Laura Grad, Sheila Foster, Ned Lamant, Adam Frankel, Stacey Tisdale, Stamford Mayor Dan Malloy and Peter Campbell

The event started with a welcome speech from Greenwich Selectwoman Lin Lavery, which was followed by speeches made by Dave Roberson; Greenwich Democrat Town Committee Chair & Frank Farricker; DTC Officer, Lynn Sullivan; event co-chair, Ned Lamant, Congressman, Jim Himes and Attorney General Richard Blumenthal.

In response to First Lady Michelle Obama's call to community service, there was a volunteer fair, where guests had an opportunity to meet with representatives from local non-profit agencies.

Ms. Sullivan told reporters "President Obama's promise to offer 'transparency in government' allows us an opportunity to truly understand Washington's priorities—health care, education and sustainable energy."

"With so many serious issues facing our country, we need to take the time to celebrate the progress the administration is making so far," she continued.

As the guests nibbled on hors d'oeuvres and the Terry Hess Band played calypso and jazz music in the background, Ms. Foster said, "President Obama is facing some of the toughest challenges any administration has ever seen and although we worked hard to get him into office, the real hard work is just beginning."

The event raised over $10,000

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