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Tuesday, November 27: Santa Clara University Resident Costume Designer Barbara Murray

Photo courtesy of Barbara Murray at–staff/barbara-murray/

American Association of University Women Presents a talk by Barbara Murray, resident costumer designer at Santa Clara University

Tuesday, November 27, 2018, 7 pm
Morgan Hill Library, 660 W. Main Ave.

Barbara Murray will make a presentation on her work as Resident Costume Designer in the Department of Theater and Dance at Santa Clara University where she designs or supervises student designers for Department productions.

Saturday, December 1: Holiday Party

Gilroy Old City Hall, 7400 Monterey St., Gilroy
Upstairs banquet room (elevator available)
Tri tip and chicken buffet lunch
with all the trimmings and no-host bar.

Entertainment: Christopher High School Choir Carolers

Spouses and guests are welcome.
$35 per person until November 21,
then $40 per person after November 21.
Final date to RSVP is November 27.
Please make your check payable to AAUW Morgan Hill and
mail to:
Margo Hinnenkamp, 2880 Holiday Ct., Morgan Hill, 95037
For questions, please contact Margo at

Holiday Giving – Please bring Target, Walmart, Safeway or Nob Hill gift cards in any amount to the Holiday Party. They will be given to the women students at the Learning and Loving Education Center to help them provide a better holiday season for themselves and their families.

Tuesday, January 22, 2019: Speech Trek

The Morgan Hill chapter of the American Association of University Women Presents the 2019 Speech Trek Contest on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at the Morgan Hill Library at 7 PM.

Local high school students will give a 5-6 minute speech on the topic “HOW CAN WE ELIMINATE VIOLENCE AIMED AT OUR SCHOOLS?” and compete for prizes and a chance to compete at the California AAUW state level. The first place prize is $300, the second place prize is $200, and the third place prize is $100. Come hear local students speak and cheer them on!