AAUW Petaluma promotes equity for women and girls, lifelong learning, and positive societal change
In principle and practice, AAUW values and seeks diverse membership. There shall be no barriers to full participation in this organization on the basis of gender, race, creed, age, sexual orientation, national origin or disability.

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 IT’S TIME TO RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP!

Please make your check out to AAUW and send to:

EILEEN SIMARD
1920 Turtle Creek Way
Petaluma, CA 94954-3968 

Dues: $83
(National: $ 49 State: $ 16 Branch: $ 18) $46 is tax deductible
(If you have already renewed, we thank you for your prompt response!) 

Or renew online – many have found it easy to do:
Go to http://www aauw.org
Click on Join or Renew on right top
Click on Branch Renew
Use the Member ID # (in your Gold Book)
(Your member number can also be found on
the Member Services Data Base- MSD)
Login: You will need to set up a password 
Scroll down to credit card info

Also, please review your entry in the gold book and send corrections or additions to your information along with your check. Most of us have cell phones now, so you may want to add that number. We hope to print the GOLD BOOK  in late September so please remit your renewal in time to be included.


Save the Date: Potluck Dinner for outgoing and incoming Board Members:
Monday, June 9 at the home of Doris Tolks. Check your email for more details.


Fall Social
Save the date:
Sunday September 14 from 1 to 3pm
Luchessi Community Center

Patricia and Jan invite you to join the Program committee.

 

 


A Few Hours for Tech Trek?
How about participating for a few hours inTech Trekat Sonoma State University this year? There are volunteer opportunities for opening day registration, June 22nd, of the campers, and also for some drivers for short range field trips, Monday - Friday, June 23 -27. One trip being considered is to theSonoma County Wildlife Rescuecenter, and would involve picking up a carful of campers at SSU, taking them to the Mecham Road facility (across from the dump), and then bringing them back. Another might be toMedtronicoff Fountaingrove Parkway in Santa Rosa, for a look at their processes and plant. This also would mean picking up campers at SSU, taking them to Medtronic, and then returning them to campus.
Acertified lifeguard(female please)is also being sought for a few afternoon hours so that we can allow the campers to make use of one of the swimming pools on campus. This would be a compensated position.
There is also an opportunity on Thursday evening, June 26, for women who are in STEM careers, and would enjoy talking about their career with the campers. This evening, known as the Professional Women Evening (PWE), is more akin to "speed dating" than anything, but it is great fun and exhilarating for campers and the women who come and share their stories. Something to eat before the program, and a lot of gratitude are the compensations for this.
Please contact Rory Keller <rory@rorymail.com>, 707 763-2072, co-director of Tech Trek at SSU, if you are curious about any of these opportunities, or know some one that you think would be a fabulous fit.



The new AAUW year began July 1st. There are two options: rejoin by sending a check, or rejoin online.

Send a check, payable to AAUW, for $83.00 to
Eileen Simard
1920 Turtle Creek Way
Petaluma CA 94954-3968

Do you have a new cell phone number or email?

The dues of $83 include: National= $49 ($46 is tax deductible as a charitable contribution); State= $16; Branch= $18

Payment can also be made online.
Go to www.aauw.org
Click on Join or Renew on right top
Click on Branch renew
Use the Member ID Look up
Login: You will need to set up a password
Enter member number
Click on Member Services Data Base- MSD
Scroll down to credit card info

Contact Karen Johnson for assistance at 778-1183 /

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If you are not already a part of AAUW we invite you to become a member today!

Mission Statement

AAUW advances equity for women and girls, through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research. View this video on the history and mission of AAUW nationwide.

Diversity Statement

In principle and practice, AAUW values and seeks diverse membership.
There shall be no barriers to full participation in this organization on the basis of gender, race, creed, age, sexual orientation, national origin or disability.

 
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