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General Membership Meeting - Oct 4
President's Message (Arlene Ellis)
U.H. Lt. Governor's Candidate Debate (Evelyn Bender)
U.H. Congressional Candidate Debate (Diane Hastert)
H-3 - League Concerns (Arlene Ellis)
New Roster
On Ballot - Convention Center and Planning (Astrid Monson)
Proposed C & C Charter Amendments
Thank You LWV (Frederick Reppun)
Wanted! One Macintosh Computer!
Experience in Washington Internship Program
Statewide Conference on Women - Theme: "Choices"
Oceanic Cable TV
Kudos to Astrid Monson
Membership Meetings
YWCA Lunchtime Programs
Action for Education: A New Era in Hawaii
Channel 20 Productions
Calendar
League Active in Registration Drives
Speak Out Hawaii
Attention Music Lovers...
General Membership Meeting - Nov 1

League Active in Registration Drives

501 students were registered for the 1986 elections by Honolulu League members in a week-long registration drive held on the UH-Manoa campus from September 8 through the 12th.

At the request of the UH student body organization, League registrars staffed tables at the entrance to Sinclair Library and the lobby of Campus Center from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Two other sites on campus were staffed by other organizations. Besides registering students, the registrars were kept busy answering questions on eligibility, voting sites, absentee voting, etc.

On two Saturdays in August, the 9th and the 16th, League registered over a hundred voters at 7-11 stores in five different locations. League registrars worked for four hours each day at 7-11 stores in Waimanalo, Kapahulu, downtown, Kalihi and Waianae.

League provided two registrars for the Community Day activities in Waikiki sponsored by the Waikiki Neighborhood Board earlier this summer.

We had to turn down several requests for help due to conflicts in schedules.

Mahalo to these League members for their untiring efforts: Mary Frances Sutphen, Arlene Ellis, Yvonne Kearns, Mildred Walston, Marian Hatton, Marian Wilkins, Annie Kim, Mary Ann Marks, Dorothy Turnbull, Dorothy Murdock and Jean Aoki.

We would like to acknowledge the offers of other League members to become certified as deputy registrars. The City Clerk's office was not able to provide us with the time, personnel and space to conduct any more classes.

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