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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OCTOBER PROGRAMS: TWO OPPORTUNITIES THIS MONTH!

CANDIDATES FORUM: GET OUT THE VOTE

Petaluma City Council and CitySchool Board Trustee Candidates Night is Wednesday, October 1st. From 5:30-6:15pm we will hear from the School Board Trustee candidates. From 6:30-8pm we will hear from the Council and Mayoral candidates. The forum will be recorded at the Petaluma City Council Chambers, 11 English Street, Petaluma. Join us and prepare to vote on November 4th.

AAUW Petaluma is co-sponsoring this event with the League of Women Voters Sonoma County and the Argus Courier. Questions will be taken from the audience, and the event will be recorded and replayed by KRCB and the Petaluma Community Access Channel.


CINNABAR THEATER & AAUW FUNDRAISER

Come to the dress rehearsal for Driving Miss Daisy, an exclusive performance for AAUW members, family, and friends. Be one of the first in town to see this engaging show - - and at a bargain price of just $20! Only 70 seats will be available, so make your reservation soon!
 
When: Thursday, October 16, 2014
Time: 7:30pm curtain
Where: Cinnabar Theater, 3333 Petaluma Blvd. N.
Tickets: $20 - Please make checks payable to AAUW Petaluma and send to:
               Linda Ginsberg, 1032 Wren Dr., Petaluma, 94954
Benefits: Tech Trek, AAUW FUNDS, & Cinnabar Theater
Concessions will be available for purchase in the theater.

Please note: This is a dress rehearsal with a possibility of director interruptions for actor do-overs or scene modifications -- a great insight into how shows actually come together for performances! Questions?? Please contact Linda Ginsberg, 762-5107, book-case@att.net or Rory Keller, 763-2072, rory@rorymail.com.

Synopsis: Written by Alfred Uhry and directed by Nathan Cummings. When an elderly widow crashes her car, her son insists that she hire a driver. The result is a unique friendship formed across the barriers of class and race. Driving Miss Daisy became a huge success on stage and film. Alfred Uhry's poignant script won the Pulitzer Prize, the Golden Globe, and an Academy Award on its way to becoming an American classic. Cinnabar favorite Laura Jorgensen returns to partner with Dorian Lockett from Of Mice & Men for this heartwarming and humorous show. Come for a ride with Cinnabar, and enjoy the story that has delighted millions of people around the world.

 


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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