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Upcoming branch events
December 3 - Last day for Holiday Luncheon reservations
December 7 - Holiday Luncheon, 11:45, Cattleman's Restaurant

January 30, 2020 - AAUW Fundraiser at Cinnabar Theater

AAUW-related events
December 9 - Campus Tour of SRJC Petaluma, 12 noon

Holiday Luncheon
Saturday, December 7
Last day for reservations: December 3
Doors open at 11:45 a.m.

Cattlemen’s Restaurant (Petaluma Blvd. N and Auto Center Dr.)

Speaker: Paula Freund from the Petaluma Museum Association
Reservations are required, so please make your food selection from the menu below, and send your check for $28 and menu choice to Dianne Trumpy, 1568 Fillippini Way, Petaluma 94954. We need all reservations in by December 3.
Don’t forget to bring a toy for our annual Toy Drive!

To segue into our 2020 theme of the 100th Anniversary of Women's Suffrage, Paula Freund will give a presentation on Petaluma's participation in the suffrage movement.

Menu Choices
Top Sirloin Steak (8 oz)
Lemon Herb Chicken
Teriyaki Chicken
Grilled Salmon
Pasta Ravioli (Vegetarian)
Program Committee

We are looking for some crafty people who would like to make decorations for our Holiday Tables! Contact Kris U’Ren  if you want to help!

President's Message  

We have had several very informative programs recently:

Volunteerism Abroad and at Home presented by Tina Hittenberger: Tina revealed that they use recycled plastics in their prosthetics.

Cannabis and Your Health: this discussion, led by the Garden Society, answered many questions about the use of THC and CBD.  

When you see Kathy Schmidt, be sure to congratulate her on her appointment to the Special Projects Fund, Board of Directors, CA AAUW (State).

I look forward to seeing you at the Holiday Luncheon. Wishing you all warm, jolly, and healthy holidays. Get ready for an interesting and busy 2020.

Michele Meyer

Volunteers Needed

We need a President-Elect to succeed Michele Meyer. We'd like to see a seamless leadership transition for the next AAUW year!

Public Policy Chair Pam Granger would like to work with a "shadow", an "intern", or whatever you'd like to call yourself to take on Public Policy reporting for the next AAUW year.

Two great ways to get more involved with our organization! Please consider 

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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