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AAUW MISSION: 

AAUW advances equity

for women and girls through advocacy,

education, philanthropy, and research.

 

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AAUW Valparaiso

Branch Contacts:

 

Sue Demitroulas

gdemit@aol.com

      Phone: 789-0566

 

Sandra Holt

larsanholt@gmail.com

      Phone: 766-2529

 

Clare Pokorny

clarepokorny@gmail.com

462-6850

 

     Upcoming Events:                                                

Book and Movie Groups

No December meetings scheduled

 

Wednesday, Jan. 7 @ 7pm

Branch Meeting

Family and Youth Services Bureau,

257 W. Lincolnway, Valparaiso

Speaker:  Karen Kovalow-St. John, M.D.

Topic:  Women’s Health Issues in 2015

 

Friday, Jan. 9 @ 10:30 am

Board (and Member) Meeting

Valparaiso Public Library, Room A

Agenda:  Alllocation of Funds;

Opportunities with VU Students

 

      Monday, Jan. 12 @ 2pm

Daytime Book Group

Book:  In the Shadow of the Banyan

Author:  Vaddey Ratner

Discussion Leader:  Sandy Holt

 

     Wednesday, Jan. 14

Women-At-The-Movies

Cinemark Theater – Valparaiso

Film and Time To Be Announced

 

     Thursday, Jan. 15 @ 7pm

ArtFlix

Film Title:  The Missing Picture

Discussion Leader:  Sandy Holt

 

     Monday, Jan. 26 @ 7pm

Evening Book Group

Location:  Valparaiso Public Library

  Book:  The Woman Behind the New Deal  –

  The Life and Legacy of Francis Perkins,

  Social Security, Unemployment Insurance

  and the Minimum Wage

 

Author:  Kirstin Downey

Discussion Leader:  MaryAnn Thompson

  

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Members needing rides

 to AAUW events may call Sue Demitroulas,

 coordinator, at

789-0566

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