Please join the League of Women Voters of Santa Monica (virtually) on Thursday, December 3rd at 7pm to celebrate the achievements of our 2020 Women Who Shape Santa Monica honorees: Catherine Baxter, Dr. Karen S. Gunn, and Vivian Rothstein!
Please join Placer County League of Women Voters with guest speaker Captain Jeff Swearingen of Placer County Sheriff's Office to learn more about current issues in our community. Captain Swearingen has worked in corrections, transportation, patrol, and as a school resource officer. After working in corrections, Captain Swearingen was the administrative lieutenant in field operations and the lieutenant in administrative support services.
This panel discussion about homelessness in San Luis Obispo County will provide a concise summary of the most pressing issues facing us right now. LWV SLOCO co-Presidents Cindy Marie Absey and Ann Havlik will introduce the panel, and the discussion will be moderated by Morro Bay City Councilmember Marlys McPherson. The panelists are leaders in three of the most active and largest organizations providing services to the homeless in SLO:
This Giving Tuesday (Dec. 1), the Santa Barbara Independent is encouraging readers to participate by sending a dedicated newsletter to 15,000+ readers that highlights and supports the great work that our nonprofit community is doing. Since LWVSB participated in past Santa Barbara Gives campaigns, we were invited to be part of this campaign.
League of Women Voters Bay Area – the ILO for the San Francisco Bay Area – is hosting an educational forum entitled “A Community Dialogue on Regional Decisions” on Saturday, November 21, from 10:00 am to Noon via Zoom. There is no cost for the forum.
This is your “Call to Meeting” for a virtual Special meeting for all members of the League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara and LWVSB Education Fund in order to make a decision on a proposed merger of LWVSB and the LWVSB Educational Fund. This proposal would change the current legal structures from two associated corporations to one integrated organization that will be known as the League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara.
On Saturday, November 21, from 10:00am to 12pm via Zoom, The League of Women Voters of the Bay Area will hold a forum entitled “A Community Dialogue on Regional Decisions”.
The League of Women Voters of the Bay Area is the regional spokes-organization for the 20 Member Leagues of the Bay Area on issues of regional impact such as transportation, housing, water, and climate.
This virtual meeting is designed to provide important information on regional decisions regarding regional planning, housing and transportation and their impact on local communities including:
This important Forum is hosted by LWV Bay Area. The forum is designed to provide important information on regional decisions affecting regional planning, housing and transportation, and their impact on local communities including:
Many of us have extra time these days. What better way to spend it than with a book! In these trying times, it's also helpful to stay in community, even if we can't personally be with each other.
This year--the hundredth anniversary of women's suffrage--we're starting the LWVO Centennial Book Club under the leadership of Trisha Gorman, LWVO Centennial Committee. We'll be meeting over Zoom on the third Thursday of every other month. (Zoom, which is free for users, works with PCs/Macs and on iPhones/Androids.)
As the FCRTA moves toward an all-electric fleet, it is analyzing the electric grid to assess its ability to meet the needs of rural Fresno County. At the workshop, learn about the study, electrification and what it could mean for you. Plus, YOU COULD WIN A DOOR PRIZE!