Mason County

Mason County

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LWVHC Monthly Meeting
Event Date: 
Nov 17 2020 - 11:30am to 1:30pm
Event location: 

General Membership ZOOM Meeting

Topic: “How to Advance Racial Justice”
Speaker:Jeannette Smith, Ph.D., Interim Associate Dean of Student Affairs and Engagement, Evergreen State College.
Your Vote Is Your Voice
Event Date: 
Nov 7 2020 (All day) to Nov 30 2020 (All day)

The election was Tuesday, November 4.  Thank you for voting

What can you do today?  Reflect on what it means to you to practice this most sacred civic responsibility.

Climate Change
Event Date: 
Nov 19 2020 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Event location: 

ZOOM Meeting

Topic:  Common Ground on Climate Change
Speaker: Steve Ghan, Ph.D., Climate Change Scientist with Pacific Northwest Laboratory


In this letter, Eric Moll, Mason Health CEO and Superintendent of Public Health District No. 1 of Mason County, responds to the League regarding environmental sustainability and climate change.
Cultivating Civic Conversations

Looking for Some Self-Care After the Election? Join a Whistling in the Dark Group!

By Katherine Murphy, LWV of Kittitas County, and Wende Sanderson, LWV of Skagit County


Virginia Case: "In these trying times, the League’s commitment to democracy requires us to speak out against racism and violence. I hope you will join me in this commitment by doing the work required of us to be an anti-racist organization".
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