Study Group News

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.


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 moogs56@hotmail.com

Next meeting:  Email meeting on Tues, Sept 21. Agenda will be sent out on Mon, Sept 20 with responses appreciated by Wed, Sept 22. For this meeting, we’ll be talking about ways to continue our events virtually and looking at different ways to effectively promote AAUW’a mission, to include:

• International Women’s Day Panel
• Women’s History Month window display
• Promoting Equal Pay Day

We’d love to hear your ideas too. Please join us!

Contact: Erica Koonmen, moogs56@hotmail.com

 

HEARTH & HOME

Hearth & Home study group meets monthly to explore new ideas, culinary experiences, fun activities and our area through visits to local businesses or in-home happenings.

Currently on hiatus, the group is looking for ideas and ways to do activities. Please contact Sharon DeCicco at 788-5356 or sharon.decicco@gmail. com for more information.

We are concentrating on social media posts to keep the community aware of AAUW and the issues we support. You can follow, like and/or share our posts from:

Contemporary Authors…

3rd Tuesday of the month at 2 pm. Contact: Alice Ross, 788-4206.

 

Scholarship Bridge/Card Games

TBA. Contact Sharon DeCicco at 788-5356.

 

“SANE”
(Salient and Newsworthy Events)

Exploring ways to make our community and world better by addressing issues that are negatively affecting how we live and work together.
If interested, contact Ann Brice at: annbrice@bricecohey.com
• Previous Meeting Notes – Click here
• Links and information gathered by members – Click Here