Wednesday, March 29, 2006
Linda Hunt will talk about this book, (Thursday, May 4 Tuscan Grille, $15) the importance of family stories, and how easy it can be to erase someone. Helga will inspire you, build your confidence, and give you the determination you need to succeed at anything. Book signing will be available at the luncheon.
Tickets for the luncheon will be available at the Convention and Visitor's Bureau in Manistee.
The next meeting of the League of Women Voters of Manistee County will
be Monday evening, April 3, 2006 at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held at
The Manor in Bear Lake, on the corner of Main and Smith.
At the last meeting, at which Anne Magoun, current State President of
LWV was the guest speaker, the group decided that having a set date
(the 1st Monday of the month), time (7 p.m.), and place (Bear Lake
Manor) would be helpful in these early stages. Later, quarterly
meetings may be more appropriate and locations will vary. And, of
course, The Manor is such an elegant and comfortable location.
The agenda for the upcoming April 3 meeting will include the following:
1. get acquainted time
2. confirm selection of meeting dates/time/location
3. develop membership campaign strategy
4. select 1-2 projects on which to direct our immediate attention.
Projects that elicited the most
interest at our last meeting were:
preparing "They Represent You" bulletins for Manistee County voters;
holding "Meet Your Local Candidates" seminar(s) for the upcoming
and organizing LWV observers to attend local government council
Bring Your IDEAS, for projects and Bring a FRIEND.
LWV Membership applications will be available at the April 3 meeting.
Or, you may become immediate members online at www.lwvmi.org.
If you have any questions or need to contact us prior to Monday's
meeting, please call Jackie at 864-5030 or Dendra at 864-2686.
Thursday, March 09, 2006
Did you vote in the last election? You will want to thank our speaker, Carol Atkins. Carol was one of many women who spent years working on the campaign to give women rights. No, she is not 150 years old. She is not 125 years old. She is not 100 years old. Women earned the right to vote in the 20s thanks to women like Carol who worked hard for years and through much abuse to give each of us women a very special gift - -- women's rights . Come to the luncheon Thursday and thank her personally!
RSVP to email@example.com The cost is $10 and includes your lunch. 11:45 - 1:15pm.
Friday, March 03, 2006
Interview with Madeleine Albright:
| By: Nancy Clark |
| Inside Career |