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Volunteer for the "Candidates' Fair" - Bring the Family
President's Message (Dorothy Lum)
Predicting the Future (Mary George)
National Security Takes New Direction in International Relations (Dottie Gullicksen)
Honolulu Leaguers Work Toward Info/Cultural Exchange... (Frank Eldridge)
Council Studies "Affordable Housing" (Astrid Monson)
Report from the Hill
Comparable Pay Catching On
League Membership Update
Calendar
League Goes to Liberty House "AmericanStyle"
People 'n Pix

Volunteer for
the "Candidates' Fair"
- Bring the Family -

OCTOBER 7, 1984

The League of Women Voters and the Bishop Museum are coordinating a CANDIDATES' FAIR in conjunction with the Museum's "Family Sunday".

Bishop Museum invites residents to be guests of HONFED the first Sunday of each month AND OCTOBER's "Family Sunday" is an opportunity for the League to work with the Bishop Museum.

All candidates for the general election including Board of Education and OHA will be invited to participate. The Museum will be open, there will be music and hula, and food stalls. WE NEED VOLUNTEERS to help register voters if you are deputized, or help with voter education booths, greet and guide the candidates, etc!

photo courtesy of Bishop Museum

Sunday Volunteer Shifts: 8:30-11:30, 11:30-2:30, and 2:30-5:30

WE NEED YOU - GET INVOLVED - AT LEAST THREE REGISTRARS - PLUS OTHER HELPERS!! PHONE today - League Office 531-7448 OR Dorothy Marsh at 941-2868 and let us know that you're an active member willing to work!

!SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 IS PREPARATION DAY'.' JOIN US AT THE MUSEUM!

VOLUNTEER BETWEEN 9 - 12NOON TO SETUP FOR SUNDAY!

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