What are Study Groups?
Study groups provide an opportunity for members to grow intellectually and creatively, broaden their involvement in topics of interest, become agents for intelligent community action and meet people who share similar interests. Please note: anyone is always welcome to attend any of these groups – no strings attached! Drop in, & bring a friend, to experience fellowship and the pleasures of lifelong learning.
Contact; Annie Allen-Wyman, Chair. (608) 514-2871 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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AAUW In Action (AIA) …
AAUW in Action is a study group that serves as a spring-board for community service activities for our branch that promote AAUW’s mission.
If you are interested in joining us for a meeting, or just knowing what we’re planning, please ask to be on our email list by sending an email to Erica at email@example.com
Next meeting: Wednesday, Nov. 1, 4:00pm, Main Public Libary
AAUW in Action (AIA) is a study group that serves as a spring-board for community service activities for our branch that promote AAUW’s mission. If you’re interested in joining us for a meeting, or just knowing what we’re planning, please ask to be on our email list: Erica at firstname.lastname@example.org
AAUW in Action (AIA) is a study group that serves as a spring-board for com- munity service activities for our branch that promote AAUW’s mission.
Next meeting: Wed, Nov 1, 4pm, Main Public Library
We are already looking ahead at March and plans for Women’s History Month 2024. The theme is: Women Who Advocate for DEI. We have some good ideas for activites and Annie will be heading up this work.
If you attended the September general meeting, you heard Zoe de Boer, Miss La Crosse Oktoberfest 2022 and a Miss Wisconsin contestant, speak about the changes to the Miss America organization contests to include changing the Social Impact Initiative to first 30 seconds of their private interview and introducing a fitness portion. We looking at this to see if there’s something we need to take a stance on.
A new partnership opportunity is in the works: YWCA LaX will be hosting “Empower Women Summit” next March. We’re excited to be involved with that.
Our annual International Women’s Day event planning will begin in November for the March 8th program. We’d love to have you join us in the development of that.
• Working with LWV to do a program on “Understanding Political Offices” for high school girls.
• Following up with Hope Restores to see what partnerships we can do together.
Exciting things going on–you can be part of it!
AAUW IN ACTION (AIA)
Contact: Erica Koonmen, email@example.com
SCHOLARSHIP BRIDGE/CARD GAMES
Contact: Sharon DeCicco, 608-452-4571 firstname.lastname@example.org
The AAUW Scholarship Bridge Tournament is starting again after a pause due to Covid. If you, or you and a partner, male or female, would like to play with either a women’s or couples group, please contact Sharon DeCicco or Jack Hasse at 507-313-1128.
3rd Tuesday of the month at 2 pm.
Contact: Alice Ross, 788-4206.
HEARTH & HOME
After a hiatus of several years, the Hearth and Home study group is starting anew. The first meeting will be in November, date and time to be determined after a group is formed. We will be having a tour of the LaCrosse Historical Society located
in downtown LaCrosse. Pam Theil will make arrangements. Following the tour we will have dinner at a nearby restaurant. If you would like to join us, contact Sharon DeCicco at 608- 452-4571 or email at email@example.com.
“SANE” – Salient and Newsworthy Events
Please contact Ann Brice at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Exploring ways to make our community and world better by addressing issues that are negatively affecting how we live and work together.
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