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CALENDAR OF UPCOMING EVENTS

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Upcoming branch events

Upcoming branch events
April 2 - Awareness event for Women's Pay Equity Day
April 13, 10 a.m. - Annual Branch Election and April program: Building Better Balance
May 19 - 2019-2020 Board Installation and Named Gift Honoree Award


Regional AAUW events

June 1  - Annual Leadership Training Day for North Coast Branches

 
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BRIEF GENERAL MEETING BEFORE THE APRIL PROGRAM

ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICERS

Saturday April 13, 10:00 a.m.
Note new location: Petaluma Community Center

The annual branch election will be held on April 13 in a short general meeting before the April program at the Petaluma Community Center.

A number of members have graciously agreed to be nominated for next year's executive board. As you can see, some are continuing on in their same position:
  • President - Michele Meyer (continuing)
  • Programs by committee - Shelley Ford, Wendy Porter, Cathy Burton, Pam Granger, Kris U’Ren, Sue Carson.
  • VP Membership - Diana Brown (continuing)
  • Membership Treasurer- Eileen Simard (continuing)
  • Co-VPs Fund - Sandy Benson and Marilyn Bragdon
  • VP Finance  – Corey Benjamin
  • Secretary - Linda Mills
Nominations can also be made from the floor.

Please join us.
President Michele Meyer
 

UPCOMING APRIL PROGRAM



BUILDING BETTER BALANCE
WITH VANESSA KETTLER


Saturday, April 13
immediately after the 10:00 a.m. branch election
Note new location:  Petaluma Community Center

On Saturday April 13, Vanessa Kettler, a Senior Personal Fitness Trainer, will lead us in learning how to retain good balance. She is an expert in the field of fall prevention and is the author of the book Better Balance. Vanessa has developed a simple and unique exercise method for improving balance through exercise and has taught over 7,000 classes through the Santa Rosa Junior College Older Adults Program.

Please join us at the Petaluma Community Center, 320 N. McDowell Blvd., at 10 a.m., for this program.

It is recommended that you wear comfortable clothes as we will be doing some exercises while seated.

Dianne Trumpy and Janet Silverberg
Co-Vice Presidents for Program

 



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