California Women Got the Right to Vote 100 Years Ago!

Posted At : September 20, 2011 2:59 PM

AAUW CA is involved in the official centennial celebration in Sacramento on October 9 & 10, 2011.

Gloria Taylor (seen on the right in the photo), co-President of AAUW California, is one of the three co-chairs of the event.

Many activities are planned. Go to www.ca2011centennial.com for a schedule.

If your branch or IBC has a program to commemorate the centennial, please send photos to webteam@aauw-ca.org.

 

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