our LEGACY: 1885 – AAUW’s first research study disproves the theory that higher education harms women’s health.
our STORY: The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is a charitable membership organization with a nation-wide network of more than 170,000 members and donors. Our mission is to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research. Learn more.
Saturday, October 29 – AAUW Northern California Fund Luncheon
Noon – 3 PM
Registration at 11:30 AM
Crow Canyon Country Club
711 Silver Lake Drive, Danville
Thursday, November 10, 2016 – Writer’s Panel
7:00 – 8:30 PM Danville Ranch Clubhouse, 1895 Ridgeland Circle, Danville
DAW AAUW Branch Members
How and Why We Write
Featuring Lynn Goodwin Brown, Beth Clark, Judith Finch, Jan Hersh and Gus Slavin.
This No Cost Event is open to the public and refreshments will be provided. Your RSVP is needed to plan our event location and refreshments.
These very talented members of our AAUW branch are successfully published authors doing what they love. Lynn, Beth, Judith, Jan and Gus will talk with you about their writing, how they’ve become published authors, and give you tips to help you write for your enjoyment and more. Discussion will include poetry, memoirs, family history, fiction, non-fiction, technical writing, magazine articles, blogs, and writing book reviews. You will also learn about the benefits of writing coaches and websites, workshops, reading groups, and writing contests. Two tips for now: There are no mistakes – only new material, and you don’t lose until you quit trying!
Even if you’ve never considered writing, come to our program! Lynn, Beth, Judith, Jan and Gus will share their passion with you and you’ll enjoy the company of fellow branch members.
RSVPs are due by end of day, November 3, to Holly Sauer. Please contact Holly with any questions about the program.
Holly Sauer & Liz Williams, Co-Program Chairs
AAUW CA has a new statewide project this year: Leadership: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, featuring the book Leadership the Eleanor Roosevelt Way by Robin Gerber. AAUW CA envisions branches uniting to discuss the insights of this book for both individual and branch growth.
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