League of Women Voters Falmouth Announces Annual Meeting

Falmouth, Massachusetts — LWVF — The League of Women Voters Falmouth has set Saturday May 4 for its annual meeting. The theme is Volunteer Power.
By: League of Women Voters Falmouth
FALMOUTH, Mass. - April 12, 2019 - PRLog -- "We are celebrating Volunteer Power this year and encourage existing and prospective members to join us at our Annual Meeting at the Falmouth Historical Society on May 4" said Sylvia Szulkin, Steering Committee Member of the League of Women Voters Falmouth.  Sylvia added "We are thrilled to welcome Falmouth's Selectboard member Susan Moran as our keynote speaker."

Volunteer Power

Volunteering is a key contributor to the success of both the Town of Falmouth and the LWVF. This year's annual meeting discusses Town and League volunteer opportunities.  For 99 years, the League has studied, come to consensus and advocated for change.  Join us as non-partisan, informed and active participants in our government.

"I joined the League because it is so committed to voter education and to informed community involvement in democratic processes. I admire the League's approach to important issues:  study, discuss, reach a consensus, and only then advocate " said member and Publicity Chair, Olivann Hobbie.  Another member and Observer Corps participant, Meghan Palanza adds "The biggest driver for me was the Leagues commitment to encourage voting, organizing the meeting with local legislatures and communicating with the local community about events that effect all of us.."

Registration for the LWVF Annual Meeting

Save your spot for our Volunteer Power program and lunch.  $15 per person through 4/26, $25 / person at the door.  Mail your check to LWV Falmouth, PO Box 450, Falmouth, MA 02541.

LWVF History

The League of Women Voters Falmouth is committed to the mission of the US League of Women Voters, which was established 99 years ago after women earned the right to vote:

The League of Women Voters, a non-partisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

The League of Women Voters Falmouth was accepted into the national LWV organization in 1954. LWVF holds monthly public meetings and has multiple volunteer opportunities to empower citizens to shape their community.

You can learn more about the LWVF at http://www.lwvf.org .

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