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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:                                                                     

      Monday, July 28 @ 7 pm

Evening Book Group

Location: Valparaiso Public Library

The Beginnerís Goodbye

Author: Anne Tyler

Discussion Leader: Gail Bickel

                        

 

Monday, August 11 @ 2 pm

Daytime Book Group

At the home of Martha Hoeppner

The Beginnerís Goodbye

Author: Anne Tyler

Discussion Leader: Christine Bentley

                         

 

Wednesday, August 13

Women-At-The-Movies

Film and time To Be Announced

 

Thursday, August 14

Welcome Fest

At the home of Sandy Holt

Members and guests share food and

News about the new AAUW year.

 

Thursday, August 21 @ 6:30 pm

ArtFlix At the home of Connie Swanson

Film: Coco Before Chanel

Discussion Leader: Amy Gilbert

 

      Monday, August 25 @ 7 pm

Evening Book Group

Location: Valparaiso Public Library

The Chaperone

Author: Anne Tyler

Discussion Leader: Joan Funk

                   

 

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Monthly branch meetings

for the 2014-15 AAUW

year are being planned

and will be

posted shortly.

 

 

Book selections for the

two book groups

(daytime and evening)

are as follows:

 

         Mrs. Kennedy and Me by

      Clint Hill

 

         Orange is the New Black

       by Piper Derman

 

         In The Shadow of the

      Banyan by Vaddey Ratner

 

         The Woman Behind the

      New Deal: The Life and

      Legacy of Frances Perkins, Social Security, Unemployment Insurance

      and the Minimum Wage

      by Kirstin Downey

 

         The Tigerís Wife by

      Tea Obrect

 

         The Orphan Train by

       Christina Baker Kline

 

         The Lowland by

       Jhumpa Lahiri

 

         Room by Emma Donoghue

 

         Fortune is a Woman by Elizabeth Adler

 

         West with the Night by Beryl Markham

 

         Defiant:  The POWs Who

      Endured Vietnamís Most

      Infamous Prison, the

      Women Who Fought

      for Them, and the One

      Who Never Returned by

      Alvin Townley

 

 

Contact AAUW-U.S.

 

Contact IN State AAUW

 

 

Members needing rides

 to AAUW events may call Sue Demitroulas,

 coordinator, at

789-0566

Planet Tips:

BYOB.  Last year Americans

went through about 50 billion

plastic water bottles.  Fill up

a reusable water bottle at

home and bring it with you.  Donít like the taste of your

tap water?  Buy a filter!  (Remember, much of the

bottled water sold today is

filtered tap water anywayÖ)

 

2014 May Banquet and Annual Meeting

Heard Guest Speakers, introduced Scholarship winners and recognized

Women of the year

 
 
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