We are Progressives in Henderson County who are advocating for issues we believe in. We are a merger of four groups - Progressive Women of Hendersonville, Progressive Organized Women, Hendersonville Huddle, and the Silent Vigil for Immigration Reform. Our values include education, communication and fairness.

Postcard Parties

Please join us every Friday for Postcard Parties anytime between 4:30 to 6:00 at Sanctuary Brewing Company, 147 1st Ave. E, Hendersonville, NC.. 


Postcards, stamps and suggestion sheets with addresses are provided.

Never been to a Postcard Party? Watch a video to learn how it works.

Special Parties in January: 

  • January 17 - partnering with El Centro

  • January 31 - partnering with Project Dignity


Informed Progressive series

Join us as we learn. Presentations on a variety of topics will take place at 1216 6Th Ave. W, Suite 500, Hendersonville (downstairs and in back of the Pardee Urological building) the second Wednesday of the month at 2:00 – 3:30. Everyone is invited!!!

On Wednesday, January 8 from 2:00 to 3:30, we will feature a screening of the documentary Power to Heal (Medicare and the Civil Rights Movement). This event will be facilitated by the Medicare for All WNC team.

The evening of January 22 we will have a special event presented by Princess Ferguson on "Defining Progressives".  If you want to have your say?  Give a couple of minutes of your time to respond to this opinion poll.  Just 4 questions and the first two are multiple choice! Help to make PAHC even more in tune."


To register for this event go to  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/defining-the-progressive-movement-in-henderson-county-a-workshop-tickets-87806600907

​See complete schedule of speakers on the Calendar.


Silent Vigil For Immigration Reform

This is a monthly event to promote immigration reform. We meet the 3rd Friday of every month from 4:00 to 4:30 in front of the Old Courthouse in Hendersonville.


We have signs or bring your own.


January 24, 2020

PAHC Postcard Party 3rd Year Anniversary Party

Write, then Unite for a Bite at The Baker's Box (1508 Asheville Hwy. 28791)

Please RSVP.


Several members of PAHC have been recognized for their service to the community.

  • Catherine LynchHendersonville Lightning did a wonderful article about her involvement with Interfaith Assistance Ministry.   Please thank her when you see her at Friday Postcard Parties or holding the Silent Vigil for Immigration Reform, for the hours she gives to help others.

  • Chris Berg and Chris Walters were recognized for their work with the Henderson County Democratic Party. Chris Berg for coordinating the monthly Democratic Discussion Club and Chris Walters was given "Special Recognition to Chris Walters for your Invaluable Service to Henderson County in The Service of Truth and Support of Democratic Values."

  • Lara Bannister for organizing the first ever Pride Day in Hendersonville, serving as President of the charter LGBTQ Democrats of Henderson County, assisting in organizing the Apple Festival booth and the HCDP submission in the King Apple Parade. 



December 17, 2019

Chris Walters and Gayle Kemp of the Progressive Alliance of Henderson County organized a rally the evening before the impeachment vote was to be held in the House of Representatives.  About 125 people braved the bitter cold to carry signs and wave at people driving by.  Several in attendance commented on the strong positive responses to our rallies versus three years ago which often had more negative responses.  Keep persisting.



December 11

Kelly Hollinger, manager of Foolish Dog Farm and co-founder of the Soul and Soil Project, presented on regenerative agriculture. 

Kelly indicated that current agricultural practices are a main contributor to climate change. She shared the history of agriculture and livestock management in our country and outlined how we have gone from small family farms to huge corporate farming organizations that deplete the soil of nutrients, organic material, microbes and the ability to sequester carbon.


December 10, 2019

As reported by the Times News, members of our group "voiced opposition to the controversial 287(g) program Tuesday, standing in the rain outside the Henderson County Courthouse before a meeting about the immigration measure later in the morning." (Complete article)

Progressive Alliance of Henderson County

P.O. Box 192

Mountain Home, NC   28758


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