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LWVNO Annual Meeting - July 22, 2017
Join us at our 2017 ANNUAL MEETING - Saturday, July 22, 2017, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
RALPH's ON THE PARK - 900 City Park Ave., New Orleans, LA 70119
Buffet Brunch / Cash Bar - $45.00 per person
To Be Announced
RSVP by July 19, 2017 email@example.com, 504-581-9106
or purchase ticket below.
Advocacy for Equal Pay Legislation
LWVNO members meet with SB 254 Equal Pay sponsor, State Senator J.P. Morrell prior to vote on the Senate Floor. SB 254 passed the Senate 28 to 10.
6th Annual Diana Lewis Citizen Participation Award
CBNO PRESENTS THE DIANA LEWIS CITIZEN PARTICIPATION AWARD
L>R Senator Mary Landrieu, Sandy Rosenthal levees.org, Rosalind Cook president LWVNO, Keith Twitchell president CBNO
On August 18, 2015 The Committee for a Better New Orleans presented the League of Women Voters the prestigious Diana Lewis Citizen Participation Award. The award is in recognition of the League's advocacy for changing the election dates for the Mayor and City Council. The advocacy involved conducting and publishing a study; pushing the passage of two legislative bills and voters' approval of a city charter change.
Voter Registration at Naturalization Ceremony
Polly Gutherie Service Award for 2015
The Polly Guthrie Service Award is given to a student from Southern University of New Orleans and a student from University of New Orleans. To earn the award the student must be a junior, senior or graduate student. To qualify the student must have has done original community service that improved the quality of life in New Orleans during their time at the university. Each student is given $1,000 and asked to speak at the League's annual meeting.
This year's award winners are Nathan Martin from SUNO and Eric Gremillion from UNO.
Award Recipients Nathan Martin SUNO and Eric Gremillion UNO with Joyce Corrington, Award Chair
LWVNO Annual Meeting June 6, 2015
Incoming President Rosalind Blanco Cook, City Councilmember LaToya Cantrell and out-going president Francine Giugno