From the President (Helen Griffin)
Leaguers at the IWY Conference
Barbara Farwell -- On Her U.N. Project
Busy Summer for Leaguers
You and Your Neighborhood Board
CZM (Coastal Zone Management) Passes
Note on Waikane
Aloha to these New Members
Putting together a year's worth of League programs is always exciting... yet chancy, too. The topic that seems so vital in July may have lost its appeal by Porn. Thus, we have made this a flexible calendar. Programs after January are not yet set.
Please note some features in our programming:
...BIG events like the member reception in September, League day at City Nall in October, League day at the legislature in February.
..."rotating programs" in the hone of saving our committees. Each unit will hear presentations from the same committees, but not necessarily in the same month.
...representation from all units on every committee (a dream), and general member attendance at all 2oard and committee meetings (we'll try to publicize these better).
Aug. 13 --Board meeting, 12 noon ---orientation for unit leaders, program chairmen
Sept. --membership reception
15--Board meeting - evening
26-29 --UNITS--UN week update; reports from Task Force, planning, transportation
Oct. --City Hall day
10 --UN open Committee meeting
20 --Board meeting, 9 a.m. 24-31—UN week
24-27----UNITS -- Con-Con
Nov. 5 --Neighborhood Bd. elections
10 --General Mts. - consensus on Energy -- evening
17 --Board meeting' - 12. noon -possiblity of go-see tour on energy at end of month
Dec. 13 --potluck luncheon with speakers outlining League concerns for upcoming legislature.
15 --Board meeting, evening
Jan. 2-5 --UNITS
9 --lobbying workshop by State
19 --Board meeting, 9 a.m.
24 --open committee meetings on budgeting & planning
Feb. --League day at the legislature
16 --Board meeting, noon
20-23 -- UNITS or general meeting
March 6-9 -- UNITS
16 --- Board meeting, evening -- possibility of go-see tour by Planning
April 10-13 ---UNITS
20 -- Board meeting, 9 am -- Annual Meeting
May 8-11 -- UNITS
10 -- Board meeting, noon
Possible meeting topics include transportation, planning, issues affecting women, shoreline protection, land use.
Things to do
Don't miss the chance for your family to visit the Energy House at the UH (at end of East West Rd.)
on Sundays, 2-5 p.m. It's a self-
guided tour and very interesting for all ages. Go there on your way to or from somewhere else but don't miss it It may not be open to the public after September!
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