May 21, Scholarship Luncheon
The spring Scholarship Luncheon will be May 21, 11:30 AM at Pinocchios, 1455 Rocky Mountain Avenue., Loveland. Please RSVP by mailing your $20 check (for a delicious luncheon buffet) to Teri Smith by May 10.
April 25, 2022 Meeting
At the April 25th meeting at Artspace at 6:30, Meegan Flenniken will make a presentation. As the Land Conservation, Planning and Resource Division Manager for Larimer County Department of Natural Resources, Meegan oversees the Departments’ land acquisitions, planning, capital construction, natural and cultural resource management, education and volunteers, and trails programs. She received her M.S. in Natural Resources from Colorado State University and B.A. in Biology from the University of Colorado in Boulder. Prior to graduate study, she worked for the City of Colorado Springs and City of Boulder open space programs.
2022 Flower Sale
A photo and video from our recent speaker, Meh Sod Paw.
February 28 , 2022 Meeting
For our February meeting, we will host Meh Sod Paw, a Karen refugee, who is attending UNC. Meh Sod Paw will talk about her life in refugee camp in Thailand as well as her adjustment to life in the United States.
The meeting is at Art Space in Loveland.
January 24 Meeting
For our January meeting, we will host two visitors from the Hispanic Women’s Farming Proyecto on Zoom. The organization was conceptualized by Mary Lou Smith of Buena Vida Farm to use the farm to produce high quality vegetables for the local community and to provide opportunities for immigrant and refugee women to improve their employability and self-confidence.
Here is the zoom link for the meeting:
Topic: AAUW January Zoom Meeting
Time: Jan 24, 2022 06:30 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
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December 13 Meeting
For our December meeting, we will have a reception at Linda French’s house at 640 W. 3rd Street at 5pm on December 13th. Please bring appetizers or desserts. Bring ideas for interest groups and bring our calendars so we can actually make some plans. It will be great to get together. Please let Lenora Bohren or Linda French know if you are coming.
Have a happy Thanksgiving, We will see you on December 13th.
No November Meeting
October 25 Meeting
Conversations with Authors
Date: Saturday, October 9 Time: (Virtual ) 9-10:30 am
See link above for more information.
AAUW – Loveland Summer Pot Luck Social
Date: Saturday, August 28
Location: Claudia Ward’s Home (please consult your member directory for the address)
AAUW – Loveland Appetizer and Dessert Social
Date: Monday, Sept 27
Location: Teri Smith’s Home (please consult your member directory for the address)
Bring an appetizer or dessert and your favorite beverage. Three candidates running for the Thompson School District School Board will be present.
Apply for the 2021 AAUW – Loveland Graduate Scholarship
Click on the SCHOLARSHIP link above for details.
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You will find the Zoom links for meeting on the 2020-2021 Programs page.
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