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AAUW’s WIldflower Run raises funds to promote education

Photo by Susan Brazelton Article in Morgan Hill Life and Gilroy Life, March 10 & 17, 2021 editions: ... While many other groups offer virtual runs and present themselves as charitable, just a portion of their proceeds are optionally directed to charity. What makes the Wildflower Run — virtual or not — truly stand

The Many Facets of Me: Exploring Identity (Teen Workshop)

March 6, 2021, 11 am - 1 pm FREE This workshop will give teens an opportunity to write about their identity and express those facets of themselves in a guided and supportive way. Workshop leaders: Kay Arora & Jordan Rosenfeld REGISTER NOW This workshop is offered by Literary Legacies and funded

Wildflower Newsletter Now Available

The March-April, 2021 issue of AAUW Morgan Hill's Wildflower Newsletter is now available on our website. Topics include: Wildflower Run Call for Participation President’s Message Wildflower Fund Membership Election of Officers Weekly Email Guidelines What is ISPF? CAG Recipients Keeping in Touch Grants New STEM Scholarship Speech Trek Winners Public Policy & Legal Advocacy

Wildflower Run Adapts to Pandemic

Photo by Susan Brazelton Article in South Valley Magazine, March 2021 edition: ... While many other companies promote virtual runs and present themselves as charitable, just a portion of their proceeds are optionally directed to charity. What makes the AAUW Morgan Hill’s Wildflower Run—virtual or not—truly stand out, is that we are an all-volunteer-run

Branch Members Initiate Letter to City Council

A Response to the Insurrection at the Capitol AAUW Morgan Hill members will be presenting the following letter at the next City Council meeting, this coming Wednesday. Note that AAUW nationally has joined with other national women's organizations demanding President Trump's removal. READ STATEMENT. To join in with the signatories on our letter, please

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