Hope to see you at our Showcase meeting on September 23rd, where you will have the opportunity to sign up for interest groups.
Folks have suggested several new groups that you may be interested in helping to form:
- A political action group is one which would have group members express support for AAUW positions to their elected officials via letters, postcards or visits.
- Another related idea is a book group that reads about political topics.
- A third idea is a group whose members would attend chamber music concerts together.
Interested? Come to the Showcase and sign up. We need engaged and interested members.
All ideas are welcome for new interest groups, just let me know before the meeting, so that I can have a sign-up sheet ready. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 916-973-0821. I hope to see you there!
This has been a banner year for ballot measures for California. More than $500,000,000 has been spent by private donors, unions, coalitions, building industries and corporations to promote their interests and persuade the public. Moreover, each year the number of qualifying proposals increases. Voters must approve the measures by 55% for constitutional amendments and two-thirds for other measures.
To prepare for the election on Nov. 8, my suggestion would be to pick one or two propositions of interest. You can utilize the following online resources to research your Proposition(s):
What is a ballot measure? A ballot measures is a piece of proposed legislation to be approved or rejected. Propositions/ballot measures are considered a direct democratic process. They are important because they establish laws, can affect outcomes in our daily lives, change culture and can have huge costs or savings to the voter.
Click here for our latest interest group calendar.
Click here for our latest book group calendar (Editor note: the coordinator for Book Group 5 has noted that it is now full. We will update the pdf as soon as possible).
Click here for this month’s birthdays.
Click here for printable articles.
Click here to print the latest programming calendar update, including information for Speech Trek, coming up on Feb. 20, 2016. Their topic this year is “What is gender bias and inequality? What is its impact on people? Why should organizations such as AAUW continue to work to change its practice?”
Here is the holiday luncheon form if you wish to pay by check
Here is the IBC Luncheon form.
Interest Groups and Birthday Celebrations
- Click here for your interest groups
- Click here to find out who is celebrating their birthday this month!
Click here for updates on branch membership!
Have you checked out our online calendar?
If you haven’t, please click here. We try to ensure that everything stays up-to-date. Contact Angela at email@example.com if you see gaps.
Want to print most of the articles you see here?
Click here to print the news articles.
We wanted to let members know that we recently have had two members pass:
Please contact Cherril Peabody for more information.
Come one, come all. Enjoy fellowship with AAUW friends and guests as we relax in the Knowles’ beautiful backyard.
Saturday, June 13, 2015
5:30 -8:30 p.m.
John & Della Knowles’ home
3743 College Avenue, Sacramento 95818
Their home is very near William Land Park. Street parking is available
Spouses and friends are welcome. Please bring one of the following to serve 8.
Appetizer Salad Main Dish Dessert
Beverages and paper goods will be provided.
Contact Gloria Yost, firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 961-3306 to sign up for your food item and let her know how many of you are coming.