President's Message: Annual Meeting to Cap Busy League Year (Suzanne Meisenzahl)|
League Sponsors a Discussion on Violence (Pamela Ferguson-Brey)
League Works Toward Resolution of Issues (Astrid Monson)
League Meets with Inouye Aide
Vote Counts (Arlene Ellis)
President's Message: Annual Meeting to Cap Busy League Year
The past few months have been very busy ones for Honolulu League, but our successes have made it all worthwhile. The turnout for the Discussion on Violence Panel was excellent, with more than 75 members and friends attending the function. Pearl Johnson, our TV Production Committee chair, along with camera people from 'Olelo filmed the program, which will be aired on 'Olelo soon. Many thanks to our panelists for their participation. The event was well covered by the media and broadcast on channels 2 and 4 during their newscasts.
One of our panelists was Martha Ross, formerly with the Sex Assault Treatment Center, now the new executive director of the State Commission on the Status of Women. She has replaced Pamela Ferguson-Brey, who has moved to the city prosecutor's office as its DUI coordinator. Congratulations and good luck, Martha and Pam.
Tune to KHVH for Viewpoint and to Hawaii Public Radio's Commentary. We have completed the third of a four part series on Waikiki, which will bring you up to date on work being done on a Master Plan for Waikiki. Although less than one square mile in area, directly and indirectly Waikiki contributes between 30% to 40% of the state's total income and tax revenues. Something needs to be done to halt its progressive deterioration.
Please make your reservations for the Annual Meeting on April 29th. Congressman Neil Abercrombie will be our luncheon speaker. For those who are new to League, this will be a wonderful opportunity to see our "grassroots" organization in operation. This is the meeting at which the membership decides on the program, budget and leadership of the League in the coming year. Call the League office today (531-7448) and reserve your place.
Saturday, April 29, 1995
Lunch: 11:30 am- 2-00 pm
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