Calendar of Events

  • Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 09:30 AM · $25.00 USD
    First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 3604 Chatham Road, Ellicott City, MD 21042

    LWVMD 2017 Fall Workshop


    Saturday, September 23, 2017


    We are please to be joined by: 

    Dr. Marcie Taylor-Thoma, Past President, Middle States Council for the Social Studies who will be speaking on "The Status of Civic Education in Schools and Community"

    Karen Naumann, Communication Professional, who will be sharing "An Interactive Overview of Effective Social Media Strategies, Tools and Techniques"

    &

    Barbara Sanders and Lu Pierson, Study LWVMD Co-Chairs who will be doing a Briefing on LWVMD Open Primary Election Study


     

    Schedule

    9:30 am Registration and light breakfast


    10:00 am Morning Workshop Sessions


    Briefing on LWVMD Open Primary Election Study
    Presenters: Barbara Sanders and Lu Pierson, Study Co-chairs


    OR


    An Interactive Overview of Effective Social Media
    Strategies, Tools and Techniques

    Presenter: Karen Naumann, Communication Professional

    (It is recommended that participants bring tablets or laptops)


    12:00 pm Lunch


    12:30 pm The Status of Civic Education in Schools and Community

    Speaker - Dr. Marcie Taylor-Thoma, Past President,
    Middle States Council for the Social Studies

     


    To download and print flier, click here 


     

    $25 Ticket Includes morning coffee/light breakfast, lunch, & materials

  • Saturday, October 07, 2017 at 09:30 AM
    NRECA – National Rural Electric Cooperative Association

    LWVNCA - Fund It - Fix It! Metro Forum

     

    CALL TO ACTION


     

    Learn more about Metro

    Join with others!

    Be part of the solution!

    Moderator: Martin Di Caro, WAMU

     


     OCTOBER 7TH

     Register at Eventbrite

     https://www.eventbrite.com/e/metro-fund-it-fix-it-a-call-to-action-tickets-36901682927


     

    Join with others from Virginia, DC and Maryland at a WMATA forum hosted by LWVNCA and the Coalition for Smarter Growth on Saturday, October 7. Hear from regional transportation experts and concerned citizens; learn and strategize about how to fund and fix WMATA so it becomes, the safe and efficient and reliable transportation system that this region depends on for our quality of live our economy and the environment. 

    Find out how you can be part of the solution!

    Lunch will be provided, however, we will collect $10 (cash or check) at the event if you request a free lunch ticket.