Annual Meeting - April 16, 1983|
President's Message (Arlene Woo)
Toxic Substances in our Lives
League in Action: Planning & Zoning Committee
Membership Introduced to National Security Study
Announcement: "Dialog" on KHET
Council Observers at Work (Dorothy Murdock)
State Convention Slated for June 4
Director Nominee Wanted (Barbara Farwell)
Vote Count Volunteers Needed
Corrections to Proposed 1983-84 Budget (Marian Heidel)
Two hundred people and organizations have been invited to the annual Solidarity Luncheon sponsored by the Honolulu City and County Committee on the Status of Women.
To be held at the Ilikai Pacific Ball-room on April 23, this affair will commence at 11:30 with no-host cocktails and exhibits and a welcome speech by Mayor Anderson. Lunch will be served at 12:30.
Dr. Mary Bitterman, the keynote speaker will talk on "Some Women's Issues---an International Perspective."
According to Arlene Woo, co-chair of this event with Joan Chatfield, AAUW president, this luncheon meeting is designed to strengthen the solidarity of women in their quest for a more meaningful role as individuals and as members of our community.
Marion Saunders will represent League at this luncheon meeting. It is open to the public, and you can attend by mailing a check for $10.00 to:
AAUW Honolulu Branch
Office of Human Resources 650 South King St.
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
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