February 1995 Home   Newsletters

April-May 1995

Spring 1996

League of Women Voters of Hawai'i Convention
LWVHI Program 93-95
Program Recommendations
LWVHI Proposed Bylaw Changes
Budget Considerations - LWVHI Proposed Budget 1995-1996
National Board Member
Thank Yous
President's Message (Jim Koshi)
Contributions Appreciated
League Celebrates

League of Women Voters of Hawai'i Convention



Saturday, May 20, 1995

9 A.M. to 3 P.M.


2500 Kuhio Avenue
Waikiki, Oahu

Luncheon Speaker is Kathleen Weisenberg, Director
League of Women Voters of the United States
8:30 A.M.Registration
9:00 A.M.Business Phase 1
12 NOONBuffet Lunch and Speaker
1:30 P.M.Business Phase 2

Final voting on program and budget will take place in the afternoon session.

At the league convention held every two years, delegates vote on program and budget as submitted by the state board. Nominations are presented for board and officers for a two year period (this year, for the 1995-1997 term), and elections are held. Convention delegates are the presidents of the local leagues, delegates chosen by each local league (one delegate for every 15 voting members as of January 1, 1995), and the state board.

Convention '95

League of Women Voters of Hawai'i Convention

Saturday, May 20, 1995
9 A.M. to 3 P.M.

All members are welcome to attend and to take part in the meeting. Read the details included in this issue and send your check by May 7 to reserve your place.

Nominated for two year terms to the board and for elected positions on the Nominating Committee:

President Jacqueline Kido
Vice PresidentSuzanne Meisenzahl
Secretary/TreasurerSue Irvine
DirectorsCira deCastillo, Dr. Elizabeth Adams,
Robin Loomis, and Pamela Ferguson-Brey
Nominating CommitteeGrace Furukawa, Arlene Kim Ellis,
and Jackie Parnell

Submitted by Jacqueline Kido, Jean Aoki,
Evelyn Bender, elected members, and
Dr. Elizabeth Adams and Cira deCastillo
from the board.

Program is adopted by the following process:

A majority vote of those present and voting shall be required for adoption of subjects in the proposed program as presented to the convention by the state board.

Any suggestions submitted to the state board three months prior and not recommended by the board may be adopted by the convention provided that (1) the convention shall order consideration by a majority vote, and (2) the vote on the proposed change shall not be taken at the same session as the order for consideration, and (3) the convention adopts the change by a three-fifths vote.

February 1995 Home   Newsletters Spring 1996