The American Association of University Women, the oldest women’s organization in the United States, was founded in 1881, and promotes equity for all women and girls, life-long education, and positive societal change.
AAUW has over 100,000 members in 1,000 branches throughout the United States.
To obtain a “big picture” of AAUW, please visit:
- AAUW at the National Level
- AAUW at the Colorado State Level
Want to learn to play Pickle Ball? a new interest group meets each Wednesday at 1:30 PM at Monument Valley Park Pickle Ball Court
For more information call Pam Doane 598-2442 or Jean Olsen 634-3508
Saturday, February 20 9:30 AM
Patty Jewett Club House
Donna Vessey presents Lights, Camera, Action!
$23 brunch includes Ranch Scrambled Eggs; Cheddar, Broccoli & Mushroom Souffle; Applewood Smoked Bacon; Buttermilk Biscuits w/ Sausage & Country Gravy; Home Fried Potatoes & Peppers; Cheese Blintzes w/ Raspberry Sauce; Assorted Pastries; Seasonal Fruit; Juices; Coffee and Tea
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March 5, 2016
Join women from across the region to celebrate International Women’s Day on Saturday, March 5 at The Pinery at the Hill. This year’s theme is Empowering Women, Empowering Humanity: Picture It!
Lisa Lindquist, Allie Burritt and Judi Arndt will tell about ways that art is making life better for women locally, in the state, and internationally. The presentations will be complimented by Birgitta De Pree as MC. During brunch the Gioscia-Groothof Duo will provide live music. Several local artists will be showing works that illustrate the theme.
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The Public Policy Committee invites you to learn more about the importance of early childhood education by viewing this PBS series: THE RAISING OF AMERICA
All 5 episodes will stream for FREE February 1st – 15th at www.raisingofamerica.org/watch.
The DVD is available for purchase at: raisingofamerica.org/buy-dvd
Saturday, April 30 at Library 21c from 10-12, a community discussion will focus on the information presented in the last 3 episodes.
Did you know that the Colorado Springs Branch has a large number of interest groups where members can share hobbies, activities, and just have fun?
Elsewhere on This Site:
- See the Newsletter Archive on the Newsletter page. The archive is still growing…
- Minutes of board meetings are available on the Members page
We welcome new members. Give Membership VP Suzanne Stahlbuhk a call at 714-420-5314 or e-mail her at email@example.com
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