Looking Ahead with League|
President's Message (Barbara Farwell)
Vote Counts: Fun Earning Funds
How Observant Are You?
Teamsters' Election a Winner for LWV!
Christmas Luncheon a Success
Nuclear Waste Disposal: A Critical Issue (Ardis Shaw)
E.R.A. (Ruth J. Hinerfeld)
Current Studies / Current Action Programs
Honolulu League Program
Recommendations for 1982-84 National Program
In the rush of day-to-day League activity there is rarely time for assessing past work, let alone long-range planning. We go on, month after month, year after year, often wishing we had time to sit down and take stock, yet too pressured to do so.
Because of this the Board is planning a retreat in January. We'll have our usual business meeting -- abbreviated -- and then discuss the concerns we have about League. I'd like to share some of these concerns with you, and if you have ideas, please call me. We want to hear from you.
However, at the present time we do not have anyone working solely on fund raising. Do we want to make a commitment to spend the money necessary to stay in town? How do we balance convenience against cost? No matter where we relocate, keeping an office is an expensive proposition.
These are a few League concerns we will be discussing at the January Board retreat. I hope you will make these your concerns, for League is only as strong as its members.
Because of the importance of program planning, the promised material on initiative, and League City Charter testimony, will be printed in the next Voter instead of this one. We want members to give extra attention to the program planning material; please read this material carefully and decide what League should be studying and acting on. Make your membership count -- send in your program ballot. Now!
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