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Centennial Trail

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment and women’s right to vote, AAUW Morgan Hill has created a “Centennial Trail” with markers around Morgan Hill commemorating the individuals and milestones in the fight for women’s equity. Join us in following this “trail” and celebrating with us! Participate in our social media contest, taking and posting selfies at markers along the route.

Contest Overview

  1. Take selfies with each marker clearly identifiable, for each trail marker.
  2. Post to AAUW Morgan Hill’s Social Media (Facebook or Instagram) or email images to us if you do not have social media (to CentennialTrail@aauwmh.org). Include marker number/s in text with your post.
  3. Deadline for submission of photos from 20  distinct numbers is October 11.
  4. If you are a winner, you will be notified via social media during the first week of October! Winner names will also be posted on our website, www.aauwmh.org.
REVIEW/DOWNLOAD  DETAILED CONTEST RULES

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Centennial Trail – Historical Markers

Browse below (click on any image) for details of historic individuals or events in the fight for women’s equity.

DOWNLOAD LIST OF MARKERS/LOCATIONS

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Questions? Contact us at CentennialTrail@aauwmh.org.

Got to Centennial Trail to learn more. There you will find images of all our terrific Centennial Trail Markers.

AAUW Morgan Hill Initiatives to Celebrate 100 Years of Women’s Right to Vote

Educate-Inspire-Engage VOTE

Announcing the six initiatives AAUW MH is planning to celebrate 100 Years of Women’s Right to Vote

More volunteers are needed for each of the following committees. Please consider joining to make the 100 years celebration a success.

Six Projects— The Big Picture

1. 2020 Women’s Centennial Trail: Have 20+ Trail Markers located in Morgan Hill. Start August 15 through 31 or through September.
2. Parade (by walk or car) on Wednesday August 26. We want to supplement, not compromise, the Women’s Week (WW) events that begin at 7PM.
3. Downtown “Colors of Celebration” with Flags or Buntings. August 15-31 or more.
4. Posters Everywhere—all our WFR spots with our message and to promo these three celebration events:
WW Tuesday night zoom program with Educators, Parade through Downtown on 8/26 and 2020 Women’s Centennial Trail and contest.
5. Lasting donation of Park Bench in MH to Honor the first woman Mayor Virginia May Days. Engraved plaque on bench or on a created stone next to bench.
6. WW Zoom Educator’s Program- Tuesday night sponsorship. 7PM event with Chamber

Contact Marian Sacco at president@aauwmh.org