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CALENDAR OF UPCOMING EVENTS

See articles in newsletter for more information.
Upcoming branch events
May 17 - Art and History Tour of Luther Burbank Home and Gardens
May 19 - 2019-2020 Board Installation and Named Gift Honoree Award


Regional AAUW events
June 1  - Annual Leadership Training Day for North Coast Branches

AAUW college partner events
May 3 - Student Research Conference
June 6 - Community Breakfast at SRJC

 
Details from Newsletter

 

UPCOMING MAY PROGRAM

ANNUAL INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS


Please plan to attend AAUW Petaluma's Annual Installation of Board Officers for 2019-2020 on
Sunday May 19

The meeting will be held at the Petaluma Community Center on McDowell Avenue

from 2:45 to 4:00 p.m.  (note new time!)

Along with the new officers, long-time member Janet Silverberg will be announced as the 2018-2019 Named Gift Honoree (see the article in the newsletter).

Along with the installation, hear about various sections that you may want to participate in and meet some of the section leaders. Champagne and nibbles will mark the occasion.

2019 AAUW NATIONAL ELECTION

Online voting possible until 6:00 pm, May 14
 
In the biannual AAUW national election, members not only elect national directors, but also weigh in on AAUW's public policy priorities for the coming two years. Your vote is important.

There are two ways to access your online ballot:
  1. Look for an email from "Kim Churches, AAUW" dated April 1.

    Click on the option to download pictures, and then click on the "Vote Now" box. This will take you to your personal ballot on the national website.

     
  2. Go to the national website (www.aauw.org) and log in.

    If you've visited the site before, the site will recognize your email address when you click "log in" and will welcome you.

    If this is your first visit, you will need to enter your AAUW membership number ("MOB"), which you can find under your listing in the Gold Book.

    After logging in, enter "election" in the search box in the upper right hand corner. Then on the "Search Results" page, click on "AAUW National Election."

    On the AAUW National Election page, click on "Vote Now."
The AAUW National Election page and also the ballot itself have links to background information on each candidate and the various public policy options.These pages also have an 800 number you can call if you need help.
 
Pam Granger, Public Policy

2019  PETALUMA AAUW NON-EVENT FUNDRAISER

 THIS ANNUAL NON-EVENT FUNDRAISER BENEFITS
NATIONAL AND LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR WOMEN.

PETALUMA AAUW APPRECIATES YOUR SCHOLARSHIP SUPPORT
WITH ANY DONATION AMOUNT.

 
PLEASE GIVE GENEROUSLY,
EDUCATION IS THE GIFT OF A LIFETIME!

 
DONATIONS ACCEPTED THROUGH May 31, 2019

 
Mary Ann Kendall and Patty Prichard
Funds Co-Vice Chairs

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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