RSVP today for LWVN Annual Meeting on May 30th at 6pm

Please join us!

Please join LWVN members at the LWVN Annual Meeting on May 30th at The Social in Newton Corner, starting at 6 pm with some social time.

Dr. Halina Brown, Chair of Newton Citizens Commission on Energy, will speak at 6:45 pm, followed by dinner and annual meeting business, including voting in next year’s Board.

Tickets will be $25 per person (with a cash bar). RSVP online TODAY by clicking the button below:

RSVP for 2019 Annual Meeting

The Social Restaurant, where the former Applebee’s was, is accessible and has parking available.

‘The League Presents…’ 100 years of women’s suffrage

Watch an enjoyable history lesson about the women’s suffrage movement and learn what plans are in the works to celebrate the 100-year anniversary!  Join host Anne Borg (former LWVN Co-President) and guests Fredie Kay (President of Women’s Suffrage Celebration Coalition) and Linda Morrison (LWVN Board Member) to hear about all the suffragists then and the WSCC now.

Click this NEW link to watch: ‘The League Presents…” 100 years of women’s suffrage

LWVN Help Wanted: CPC, EIC, Municipal Finance, and ‘The League Presents…’

HELP WANTED:  If you are interested in ‘doing more’, we have three opportunities for you!

LWVN’s Community Preservation Committee (CPC):  This committee observes Newton’s Community Preservation Commission meetings, reads the applications before the Commission, and comments on each one.  We have a group of people who are willing to read the applications, but need a chairperson to coordinate the process.  This is not a huge time commitment!  The Newton Commission meets at most once a month, their meetings end at a reasonable time, and readings/letters only need to be coordinated a few times a year (only when there is an application).

LWVN Committee Chairs for Environmental Issues Committee and for Municipal Finance Committee:  These are chances to re-form committees that are no longer active.  We are looking for people willing to chair each group, set up regular meetings and set modest goals to start.

Co-Producer for The League Presents…:  Our monthly show is recorded at NewTV and can cover a wide range of topics.  Being a co-producer means organizing the guests and hosts for LWVN’s monthly TV program, working with both to develop questions on the topic, and communicating with your co-producer and director.  A co-producer does need some NewTV training, and it would be helpful to know how to use a camera or some of the other technology.  Taping is once a month and we have a regular schedule, which makes planning ahead easier, so this is not a huge time commitment, but is a lot of fun!

‘The League Presents…’ 100 years of women’s suffrage

Watch an enjoyable history lesson about the women’s suffrage movement and learn what plans are in the works to celebrate the 100-year anniversary!  Join host Anne Borg (former LWVN Co-President) and guests Fredie Kay (President of Women’s Suffrage Celebration Coalition) and Linda Morrison (LWVN Board Member) to hear about all the suffragists then and the WSCC now.

Click this link to watch: ‘The League Presents…” 100 years of women’s suffrage

LWVN Help Wanted: CPC, EIC, Municipal Finance, and ‘The League Presents…’

HELP WANTED:  If you are interested in ‘doing more’, we have three opportunities for you!

LWVN’s Community Preservation Committee (CPC):  This committee observes Newton’s Community Preservation Commission meetings, reads the applications before the Commission, and comments on each one.  We have a group of people who are willing to read the applications, but need a chairperson to coordinate the process.  This is not a huge time commitment!  The Newton Commission meets at most once a month, their meetings end at a reasonable time, and readings/letters only need to be coordinated a few times a year (only when there is an application).

LWVN Committee Chairs for Environmental Issues Committee and for Municipal Finance Committee:  These are chances to re-form committees that are no longer active.  We are looking for people willing to chair each group, set up regular meetings and set modest goals to start.

Co-Producer for The League Presents…:  Our monthly show is recorded at NewTV and can cover a wide range of topics.  Being a co-producer means organizing the guests and hosts for LWVN’s monthly TV program, working with both to develop questions on the topic, and communicating with your co-producer and director.  A co-producer does need some NewTV training, and it would be helpful to know how to use a camera or some of the other technology.  Taping is once a month and we have a regular schedule, which makes planning ahead easier, so this is not a huge time commitment, but is a lot of fun!

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