New September/October Bulletin

Please read our bulletin for important upcoming events!

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Norwood LWV Chateau Fundraiser

Back by popular demand!

Take your friends and family to the Chateau in Norwood on September 15 and support the work of the Norwood League of Women Voters!!

On Thursday September 15, 2016, bring the fundraiser ticket below and enjoy lunch, dinner or order take-out from The Chateau Restaurant of Norwood. When paying your check, give the server your ticket. The ticket will be attached to your check. The Chateau Restaurant will contribute 20% of the total bill to our efforts.

We are providing a community outlet to local non-profit groups for fundraising. This is a great way to raise money for important community organizations that are often not financially supported to the extent of what is needed to succeed.

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Needham LWV Opening Meeting

The Environmental Voter Project
Thursday, October 6, 2016
Community Room, Needham Library
1139 Highland Avenue, Needham, MA 02494
6:30 PM Refreshments
7:15 PM Welcome and Announcements
7:30 PM Guest Speaker Nathaniel Stinnett, Founder and CEO of the Environmental Voter Project (EVP)
Followed by Question and Answer Period

A flyer is attached.
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Celebrate Women’s Equality Day at the Swan Boats in Boston!!

There’s so much for women – and men – to cheer about this summer: the signing of the Equal Pay Bill in Massachusetts and the first nomination of a woman for President by a major party in the U.S. Women’s Equality Day, August 26, is a great opportunity to come celebrate!
Come join the Women’s Suffrage Celebration Coalition of Massachusetts (WSCC) and the Boston Mayor’s Office of Women’s Advancement:

Celebrate Women’s Equality Day
Friday, August 26, 2016
Noon – 1 p.m.
The Swan Boats, Boston Public Garden
Join the Women’s Suffrage Celebration Coalition of MA (WSCC) and the Boston Mayor’s Office of Women’s Advancement to celebrate the 96th anniversary of the Constitution’s 19th Amendment, guaranteeing women the right to vote.

Speakers:
Massachusetts Treasurer Deborah Goldberg
Massachusetts State Representative Denise Provost
WSCC President Fredie Kay

On-site voter registration, courtesy of the League of Women Voters.

For RSVP (preferred, but not required) and questions, email: suffrage@suffrage100ma.org

Please share with anyone who might be interested!
I look forward to seeing you there — and hope you’ll bring your friends, especially anyone who has not yet registered to vote, as we’ll have a Voter Registration table on site.
As the Suffragists used to say: ONWARD!
Fredie D. Kay, Esq.
President, Women’s Suffrage Celebration Coalition of MA

WSCC August 26th Flyer Print 8-18 rev

50 Days Until National Voter Registration Day!!

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Norwood LWV Annual Meeting Summary

Last Wednesday, the Norwood League of Women Voters had our Annual Meeting.  Please click here for our Annual Report Annual Report 2016 May 16.  It shows all we have done in the past year.

 

In the coming year, we will be planning Voter Registration events before the primary and the November elections.  We hope to have some educational event around the ballot questions.  These things will make the Fall a very busy one this year.  I encourage you all to join us in some of the upcoming events.  The Voter Service committee will be meeting in mid-June to plan a calendar for the fall.  If you are interested in attending the meeting and/or helping with our Voter Service events, please contact our president, Carol MacLeay or Sarah Cullen, Voter Service Chair.

 

We also voted the following local study for next year:  The Study of Renewable Energy and Climate Change: How These Can Affect Norwood Residents.  If this is something that interests you, please join the study committee.

May/June Bulletin is Available

Please check out our bulletin for updated information on Norwood League events.

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Carbon Pricing Forum TOMORROW, Westwood Public Library

Taking Action Against Climate Change:
A Carbon Fee for Massachusetts
Tuesday, May 3, 7:30 p.m.
Westwood Library, 600 High Street, Westwood, MA   
Speakers Marc Breslow, Acting Director of Climate Xchange, and Cathy Buckley, Chair of Massachusetts Sierra Club

Massachusetts, already a national leader in energy efficiency, is poised to take a big step in accelerating the transition to clean energy as proposed legislation for carbon pricing gains support. Our speakers will discuss the need for a carbon pricing program, how it works, who it will impact, and what it will mean for Massachusetts.

See the flyer below for more information.

 

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Taking Action Against Climate Change: A Carbon Fee for Massachusetts

The League of Women Voters of Westwood-Walpole-Dedham, Needham, Brookline, Hingham, Newton, Norwood, Sharon-Stoughton, and Winchester present Taking Action Against Climate Change: A Carbon Fee for Massachusetts.

Massachusetts, already a national leader in energy efficiency, is poised to take a big step in accelerating the transition to clean energy as proposed legislation for carbon pricing gains support. Join us to learn why we need carbon pricing, what carbon pricing is and how it works, what it means for Massachusetts and how it will impact us.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016, 7:30 pm Westwood Public Library 660 High St., Westwood, MA 02090

Speakers: Marc Breslow, Acting Director of Climate Xchange Cathy Buckley, Chair of Massachusetts Sierra Club

Taking Action Against Climate Change: A Carbon Fee for Massachusetts

 

Family Volunteer Fair & Non-Profit Showcase

The Norwood League of Women Voters and the Norwood Junior Woman’s Club are co-sponsoring a Family Volunteer Fair & Non-Profit Showcase.  Join us for a fun filled day of child friendly participatory activities to support wonderful non-profit organizations. Lots of food, fun, and a great chance to work together as a family!

Saturday April 30th 11:00a-2:00p at Norwood High School

Family Volunteer Fair & Non-Profit Showcase