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AAUW advances equity

for women and girls through advocacy,

education, philanthropy, and research.


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AAUW Valparaiso

Branch Contacts:


Sue Demitroulas

      Phone: 789-0566


Sandra Holt

      Phone: 766-2529


Clare Pokorny



Upcoming Events:                                                                     


     Monday, Sept 22 @ 7 pm

Evening Book Group

Location: Valparaiso Public Library

Mrs. Kennedy and Me

Author: Clint Hill

Discussion Leaders: Sue Demitroulas and

Nancy Tittle


Wednesday, Oct. 1 @ noon

Branch Luncheon Meeting

d i s h Restaurant, 3907 N. Calumet Ave.

Speaker:  Betty Cockrum, Pres. and CEO of

Planned Parenthood of IN and KY

TopicPP’s Reproductive Health Care services

Through Its Clinics, Education Programs, and

Legislative Outreach.


Wednesday, Oct. 8


Location: Valparaiso’s Cinemark Theatre

Time and title TBA


Saturday, Oct 11 @ Noon

Great Decisions Discussion Group

Bistro Room, Pines Village

3303 Pines Village Circle (off N. Calumet Ave.)

Islamic Awakening by John P. Entelis

Discussion leader:  Carla Banks


     Monday, Oct. 13 @ 2 pm

Daytime Book Group

Location: Home of Ann Ruggaber

Mrs. Kennedy and Me

Author: Clint Hill

Discussion Leader:  Ann Ruggaber


Thursday, Oct. 16 @ 6:30 pm

ArtFlix At the home of Sandy Holt
Title:  Please Vote For Me

Discussion leader:  Sandy Holt

Monday, Oct. 27 @ 7 pm

Evening Book Group

Location: Valparaiso Public Library

Orange is the New Black

Author: Piper Derman

Discussion Leaders: Wendy Masters





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Indiana State AAUW

Fall Summit Meeting

September 13, 2014




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