American Association of University Women –
Saturday, January 16th, 2016
Deborah L. Stevenson: “The History of FBI International Operations”
Saturday, February 20th, 2016
Queen Thompson: “A Glimpse of Mecklenburg County Southern Antebellum African-American History”
Saturday, December 12th, 2016
The Holly Tea will be from 2 to 4 pm in the Newton Room of Brookdale Charlotte East (formerly Wilora Lake Lodge). We will share delicious finger foods provided by the members and fellowship. Donations to the AAUW Education Foundation for the Ann Chipley American Fellowship endowment will be accepted. We are also collecting pantry staple items for Neet’s foundation use. Come join in the Holiday fun.
Saturday November 21st, 2016
Beverly Larson will speak on “Inside the Lobby Corps: Volunteers Advocating AAUW’s Public Policy.” Beverly is a New member of our Branch who moved here from the DC Area where she was active with the Lobby Corps.
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and economic barriers so that all women have a fair chance.
Branch General Meeting Location
This year the meetings will be in the Mary Nalley Mission Center Building of Providence Baptist Church (4921 Randolph Road, Charlotte, NC 28211). The Church is located on the left side of Randolph (it is Not named for the street) as you go from Sharon Amity further south to Sardis Road. The Building has changed, not the Church.
If you go to the web-site for Providence Baptist Church www.providencebc.org and click on ‘about us’ and then ‘campus’ you will see an overview of their property. The street on the far left is Randolph Road. The building behind the others and next to the ballfield is the Gordon Weekley Chapel / Mission Center Building. The Mission Center Building is attached to the back of the Chapel and where we will be meeting. You can turn in either driveway and go thru parking lots to get there. There are a few parking spaces in front, including a couple of handicap ones. To enter the Mission Center Building, go down the sidewalk to the left of the Chapel, through the door and into the room where the meetings will be held.
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