DON'T MISS OUT ON THE GOLD BOOK!
The Gold Book is our annual listing of members. The deadline for inclusion is coming up fast.
if your membership is not current as of September 30th you will not be listed.
Please don't let that happen. We ended 2013-14 with 158 members. As of Aug. 20, we have six new members and have received 100 renewals. That means that we still have not heard from over 50 of you.
If you are uncertain as to whether or not you have already renewed, feel free to contact me, Eileen Simard, at (707) 762-9163 or firstname.lastname@example.org and ask.
Please make your check out to AAUW and send to:
1920 Turtle Creek Way
Petaluma, CA 94954-3968
(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.
AAUW FALL SOCIAL - A NEW YEAR!
Join us on Sunday, September 14th from 1 to 3pm
to hear about plans for our branch this year. Meet some new members and chat with old friends. Our new board is excited to share this new year with all of you. Meet us at the Lucchesi Community Center (320 N McDowell Blvd) in the large room to the right as you enter.
Come and hear about the proposed new monthly programs for the year, our many sections, and Tech Trek news from girls and members who attended in June. FUNDS is hosting a bake sale, SECTIONS will be looking for new members, and Cinnabar will give us a sneak preview for October's Preview Night. There will also be information about volunteer opportunities in our community, and you can learn how other members are involved.
Looking forward to October, Public Policy is working with the League of Women Voters to host two election forums on Wednesday, October 1st; the School Board from 5:30-6:15, and the Mayor and City Council from 6:30-8:00. See article below for more details). Visit the League of Women Voters web site for a listing of other forums in Sonoma County.
See you at the Social! Patricia Souza and Jan Everidge
Patricia and Jan invite you to join the Program committee.