ARLINGTON AAUW IMPORTANT DATES
Please refer to the September-October 2018 newsletter in the Newsletter section of the Menu
September 12 (Wed.) THIS/AAUW International Coffee Group See pg.12
September 13; (Thu.) 7:00-8:30 pm. Arlington School and
County Boards Candidates’ Forum in the Auditorium, Arlington
Central Library, 1015 N. Quincy St.,22207. See pg. 4
September 17 (Mon.)- 6:30 – 8:30 Our first Arlington Branch
Meeting with Two Guest Speakers at Arlington Mill Community
Center. Center 909 S. Dinwiddie St. Arlington, VA 22204 See pg. 12
September 19 and 25 (Wed, Tues.) Let’s Talk About Books See. pg.10
September 27 (Thurs.) Lobby Corps – VA. Fed. Lobby DAY See pg. 11
October, 2018 APS Proctor sign up begins. See pg. 8
October 13 (Sat) 8:30 am. Don Beyer’s Women’s Conference.
George Mason University Arlington Campus., Participate and/or
help staff our AAUW table. Register at beyer.house.gov See pg 4
October 15 (Mon.) Arlington Branch Meeting at the Arlington
Career Center w. guest Speaker, Catherine Steinmetz. See pg. 12
October 17 (Wed.). 7-9 pm. 8th Congressional District
Candidates’ Forum at Grace Presbyterian Church, at Bath and
Grace Sts. Springfield, VA for a debate with Don Beyer and
Thomas Oh. See pg. 13
October 18 (Thu.) 12:30 – 1:20 First Lunch Bunch Meeting at
800 S. Walter Reed Dr. Arlington. See pg. 9
October 20 (Sat) 1:00-4:00 pm. Come to an important
Northern District Meeting. At Burke Center Library at
5935 Freds Oak Road, Burke, VA 22015 See pg. 4
November 19 (Mon.)Arlington Branch Meeting.
“Becoming an American” (More information coming in November) See pg. 13
December 1 or 15 (Sat.) TBD Holiday Luncheon.
(More information coming) See pg. 13
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