HAPPY NEW YEAR
Saturday, January 13,, 2018:
AAUW will welcome Wilbur Jones, retired Captain of the US Naval Reserves as our program speaker. He will share his research and collection of memorabilia on Rosie the Riveter. Captain Jones’ mother, Mrs. W.D. Jones, was a charter member of this chapter of AAUW.
We will gather for coffee at 9:30 AM and our program will begin at 10:00 AM at St. Andrews On The Sound Episcopal Church, at Airlie and Military Cutoff Roads. Our meetings are free and the public is welcomed.
Saturday, February 10, 2018:
The AAUW program will feature Michelle A. Haley, the new University Program Associate at UNCW. She assists with the Technology Loan Program, grants, student competitions, and professional learning workshops in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). Michelle has over 20 years of experience teaching middle school science. She is National Board Certified in Early Adolescent Science, has a degree in business administration and is a Kenyan Fellow.
Coffee and conversation begin at 9:30 AM and Michelle will speak at 10:00 AM at St. Andrew’s On The Sound Episcopal Church at Airlie and Military Cutoff roads.
OUR MEETINGS ARE FREE AND THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME TO ATTEND!
AAUW Wilmington December Luncheon Program
Our December 9th meeting will be starting at 11:00 in the St. Andrew’s On-the-Sound Parish Hall. There will be time to visit with friends followed by a short business meeting.
We will host our local scholarship recipients –Billie Jean Bailey and Nicole Spencer. We will also have Kirsti Kreutzer who is a National AAUW Grantee.
All of this will be followed by a delicious lunch catered by Sweet n Savory.
There will be chicken salad croissants, chips, pasta and fruit salads, followed by dessert.
We look forward to seeing all of you there.
Our first meeting of the program year for 2017-2018 will be Saturday, September 9 at St. Andrews On the Sound Episcopal church at the intersection of Oleander, Airlie and
Military Cutoff roads.
Coffee: 9:30 AM
Program: 10:00 AM
Our speaker is Rhonda Bellamy, the Executive Director of the Arts Council of Wilmington and New Hanover County.
The arts scene in Wilmington is vibrant and the arts are integral to the area culture. Come out for our first meeting to hear this dynamic speaker!
Sandra McLaurin will do a brief presentation on
the National AAUW Convention held in D.C. this past summer.
Fundraiser: We will be selling accessories including purses, scarves, jewelry, hats. Please search through your closets and bring them for the sale. Come prepared to
browse and buy for a treat for yourself and to help support AAUW.