Our May Branch meeting will be on Saturday, May 19, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Sacramento County Department of Human Assistance, 2700 Fulton Ave. You won’t want to miss the winner of our February 2018 Speech Trek contest, Grace Tan, as she delivers her winning speech on the very timely contest topic: How can we stand up to sexism? What can individuals and organizations such as AAUW do to breakdown stereotypes and biases in school, at work, in the military, and in our communities?
In addition, recently elected officers for 2018-19 will be installed, and Named Branch Gift Honorees will be announced. Each year, AAUW Branches can recognize members who have contributed in important ways to AAUW and its mission. The number of members recognized is dependent on the amount of donations to AAUW Funds. This year, we will be recognizing six members. Join us in honoring these members and congratulating them for their outstanding contributions.
Also during the meeting, attendees will have an opportunity to mingle with and better get to know other branch members from their geographic areas. We have a fun activity designed to spark interaction and conversation.
Please register for the May 19 meeting via Event Brite (no charge and we only require name and email).
Alternatively, you can register by emailing Dawn Boyd at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registering in advance helps the Program Committee with planning. Hope to see you there!