President's Message (Arlene Ellis)|
Policy Statement on Alternatives to Rail for Honolulu (Astrid Monson)
Voter Service Committee Highlights (Jacqueline Vogt)
People's Water Conference #9
General Membership Meeting
Silver Legislature at the State Capitol Building
Day for Women
Would This Work Here? California Town Confronts Deficit
Public Forum - Ottawa's Bus Rapid Transit
Kapa'a Elementary School, the largest elementary school in Hawaii, lost its library when Hurricane Iniki ravaged Kauai.
The Education Committee of the League of Women Voters of Hawaii has formed an emergency project to help Kapa'a restore their supply of books for the children.
An appeal is being made to all Leaguers to either donate books or checks toward this worthy cause. Books can be dropped off at the League office or call Marion Saunders at 988-2635 to arrange for a pick-up. Checks can be made out to the League of Women Voters - Kapa'a Library and mailed to 49 South Hotel Street, Room 314, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.
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