The Morgan Hill Branch of the American Association of University Women was chartered on December 7, 1981, with 41 members. We will celebrate our 40th anniversary on December 5, 2021. Save the
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Keeping In Touch Changes Lori Mains, Keeping in Touch grant program chair, is resigning to prepare for her first grandson, Nathan, who will be born in November. She is also
Branch member, Tammy Parker, has been selected to attend Leadership Morgan Hill (LMH) Class of 2022. LMH is a local training and development program created to inspire future leaders to community service.
Virtual Tech Trek was held statewide this summer in June and July with a total of 594 campers, including the twelve selected by our Branch. Congratulations to AAUW Morgan Hill's selected campers:
Giving Back: Allocation of 2021 Wildflower Run Proceeds . The Allocations Committee is proposing an allocation of $54,200 from our Wildflower Fund now, with an additional $3,000 to be allocated
Our first 2021-2022 program was held at the Community and Cultural Center on Tuesday, August 24 - a hybrid, interactive panel discussion with the new MHUSD superintendent, MHUSD administrator, teacher, parent &
Mark your calendars for our annual Fall Membership Lunch, and buy your tickets now! When: Sunday, September 19 from 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM Where: Morgan Hill House, 17860 Monterey Rd.
Join AAUW Morgan Hill in partnership with the City of Morgan Hill, the Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce, SURJ (Showing Up for Racial and Social Justice) South County, and the Edward Boss Prado Foundation
As part of a national organization, AAUW Morgan Hill is able to support broader national programs that promote equity for women and girls. One such program is AAUW's cutting edge research and reporting on
Join your fellow AAUW members as we learn about powerful solutions to lowering carbon emissions, why it is critical that we act now and the most efficient way for us to step up and do