Visit with fellow League members, have a glass of wine and a snack, and hear from an inspiring speaker: this year’s program is former Stanislaus County outreach librarian Olga Castaneda who will talk about several activities she developed to promote literacy. She earned a national award for her efforts. For directions, please contact Marie Bairey. To sign up to bring an appetizer, please contact Ellen Meyer at treasurer [at] lwvstanislaus.org.
Come join the LWVO Board Meeting! Hear plans for events, committee work, and budget decisions.
New LWVO Office location!
Located in the Sacred Heart Parish Center. Entrance accessible from parking lot, gate on 41st Street. During school hours, LWVO visitors must check in at Yu Ming Charter School office at 675 41st Street, then walk across playground to LWVO office.
Looking forward to the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment when women finally won the right to vote, the Community Forum will honor trailblazer Joy Picus and several local women leaders. Joy was elected to the LA City Council in 1977 and has inspired many women to run for public office. She will be joined by:
We invite you to a free Tuesday night event/discussion series, to celebrate women of the past, present and future. Expect exciting high-octane women, raffles and light refreshments. Join the movement to appreciate women!
October 22 – Women Make History: Celebrating the 19th Amendment Featuring Dr. Megan Randolph and Honoring Local Women!
November 5 - Global Women Make History: Current Impacts on Global Societies – Panel includes Dr. Anya Stanger and Dr. Kellea Miller!
Join us for a discussion with Jeff Goby, environmentalist and scientist, who will introduce the game changing book “Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming".
“Like me,” says Goby, “you might feel confused about the best way to help, even guilty that you aren’t doing more and wondering if it’s just too late. I’m excited to share with you an approach to the issue that has given me optimism and focus. It’s a new way of engaging with global warming.”
Our League is supporting the 2020 Initiative, Schools and Community First, designed to correct the iniquities in Proposition 13 while still preserving the current homeowner’s property tax valuation. Important information on the initiative planned for the November 2020 ballot will be shared. The meeting will be at the Area 1 Agency on Aging conference room.