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AAUW Valparaiso

Branch Contacts:


Sue Nagubadi

      Phone: 219-508-5551


Sandra Holt

      Phone: 766-2529


Clare Pokorny




Upcoming Events


  Wednesday, September 2 @ 7:00 pm

Branch Meeting at Valparaiso U.

Location:  Harre Union, Alumni Room 269

Athena Branch will report on this summer’s

Experiences at AAUW’s Nat’l Conf of

College Women Student Leaders


Wednesday, September 9


Location:  Valparaiso’s Cinemark

Film and Time:  To be announced


Thursday, September 10 @ 7:00 pm

ArtFlix Movie Group

Location:  Home of Clare Pokorny

Film Title:  The Lunchbox

Discussion Leader:  Joan Funk


Saturday, September 12, 9:30-3:00 EDT

Indiana AAUW – Fall Summit

Location:  Russell Center of Grace College,

Winona Lake, IN

Theme:  Advocating for Change:  Empowering,

not Polarizing

See Summer/Fall 2015 Newsletter for

Registration form or call 464-9200


Monday, September 14 @ 1:00 pm

Daytime Book Group

Location:  Home of Ann Ruggaber

Title:  The Mayor of Casterbridge

Author:  Thomas Hardy

Discussion Leader:  Ann Ruggaber


Wednesday, September 16 @ 2:00 pm

Branch Board Meeting

Location:  Home of Clare Pokorny

  All members encouraged to attend.


Saturday, September 19 @ noon

Great Decisions

Location:  Pines Village, PP Room

   Book Title:Sectarianism in the MiddleEast              

   Discussion Leader:  MaryAnn Thompson


Monday, September 28 @ 7:00 pm

Evening Book Group

Location:  Valparaiso Public Library

Title:  The End of Your Life Book Club

Author:  Will Schwalbe

Discussion Leader:  Clare Pokorny    



 See Photo Page of 2014 Holiday Tea                



2015 Welcome Fest

















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