MARCH General Meeting – Whidbey Working Artists
March 13, 2021 at 10:00 am
Program: Whidbey Working Artists
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Our Programs are currently via Zoom and are open to the public. If you would like to attend but are not a member of AAUW – Whidbey Island, email your sign-in name to us at email@example.com, prior to the program. This will allow the ZOOM Host to admit you into the meeting.
Whidbey Playhouse will be presenting an online presentation of the two woman show, HAVING OUR SAY: The Delany Sisters’ First 100 Years, on Friday and Saturday, February 19 and 20.
Warm, feisty, witty, and wise, the Delany sisters—103-year-old Sadie and 101-year-old Bessie—walk us through the last century through the lens of two Black women. Their stories present what is at once a vital historical record while also an immensely timely work that reflects social issues at the forefront of the national consciousness.
Tickets are $10 and are available purchase now at www.ShowTix4u.com. Simply enter “Whidbey Playhouse” in the “Find an Organization” search box at the top of the page. Your ticket allows you to watch the performance any time February 19th or 20th .
For questions, call Whidbey Playhouse at 360-679-2237.
FEBRUARY General Meeting – Ryan’s House
Susan, Tom and Amber did an excellent presentation about Ryan’s House for Youth. Ryan’s House for Youth is tackling the tough issues of how to best serve the homeless youth on Whidbey Island. Their Mission Statement: Create a community where youth homelessness is a thing of the past.
For addition information visit their website: https://www.ryanshouseforyouth.org
LINK to League of Women Voters Video from the January Meeting
WWIN Star Scholarship Accepting Applications Now
WWIN (Washington Women In Need) is accepting applications now through April 10 for new Star Scholars! They select women who represent WWIN’s values and are ready to transform their lives through higher education. The Scholars receive up to $5,000 per year and up to $20,000 total towards their cost of attendance. They also have the support of the Resiliency Fund to help with financial setbacks that could impact their education.
Applicants must meet WWIN’s eligibility criteria to be considered. The list of criteria can be found here.
Prospective applicants can visit the WWIN website for additional information and to submit their online application. The application will be open now through 11:59 pm on April 10. If you have any questions, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- AAUW-WA is a charitable, non-profit organization in Washington State which works to change the climate for women and girls. We accomplish this through education, research, advocacy and philanthropy. View this video for more…
- Our members belong to branches in Washington State which are rural and urban, big and small. We are even virtual with our online branch. Our branches include Anacortes, Bellingham, Clallam, Colville, Cowlitz, Dayton, Edmonds-SnoKing, Everett, Federal Way, Gig Harbor, Highline, Hudson’s Bay, Issaquah, Kirkland-Redmond, Lake Washington, Lewis County, Mt. Vernon, Olympia, Palouse-Garfield, Port Townsend, Puyallup Valley, Ritzville, Seattle, South King County, Spokane, Stanwood-Camano, Tacoma, Tri-Cities, Twin Harbors, Vancouver, Walla-Walla, Washington Online, Wenatchee, Whidbey Island, and Willapacific