Upcoming Branch Activities
Used Book Sale Is Happening!!!
Sandburg Middle School Cafeteria, 345 E. St. Charles Rd., Elmhurst
Thursday, July 8, 6-9 pm: Admission, $10
Friday, July 9, 9 am-8 pm
Saturday, July 10, 9am-3pm
Sunday, July 11, noon- 3 pm
Barrels for book donations will be out June 7-July 5 at Sandburg Middle School. Look for the barrel at Sandburg’s west entrance by the cafeteria.
Monday through Saturday mornings from 9-12 help will be available to unload books from cars at Sandburg.
Books can be donated at the Elmhurst Public Library’s East entrance alcove after completion of the parking lot renovation sometime the week of June 14th.
Guests are always welcome at our programs. To attend. please email email@example.com.
Saturday, June 12, 12 noon
Salt Creek Park
574 W 2nd St, Elmhurst
$15 for lunch
We will celebrate the end of the year with an in-person gathering at Salt Creek Park. We have reserved the shelter so we will have this event rain or shine. We will order box lunches from Rosalie’s Deli. This year’s scholarship winners will be introduced.
An Urgent Message from our Board
Ends May 17, 2021
During the National Election-2021, all AAUW members will vote on three issues:
(1) Approval of the Open Membership Bylaws Amendment which eliminates the degree requirement for membership.
(2) Support of the Public Policy Priorities for 2021-2023.
(3) Election of Candidates to the National Board of Directors.
On the AAUW National Website you can explore the issues in depth please; go to aauw.org/membership, scroll down the page and click on Open Membership Toolkit.
The Open Membership Bylaws Amendment proposes the elimination of the degree requirement for membership. Our branch Board of Directors unanimously supports passage of this amendment. To further inform and explain the issues surrounding this proposed amendment, read articles in our April and May branch newsletters.
You should have received your unique personalized ballot to vote on the Open Membership Requirement Amendment to the AAUW Bylaws in an email message on April 7. Paper ballots have been mailed to those without email addresses on file. The sender is “AAUW Shannon Wolfe.” If you did not receive this message or if you have questions, please contact AAUW at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HALF THE SKY
Tuesday, May 25
A Gathering of Gals in Carolyn Heiney’s Backyard
6:00-6:30 pm: chance to visit together!
6:30 pm: dinner
CUISINE: South of the Border
Make your own plate: We will have tacos/ tortillas, shredded chicken, rice and beans, salsa, and guacamole with Flan for dessert. Water and Sangria will be provided. Cash donations for the dinner are welcome but not necessary.
Please feel free to bring your own picnic food if you prefer.
After dinner but before dusk, we will have information about a charity working with immigrants RACES. We will recap the year and discuss plans for the next year.
Please email Betty Laliberte by Friday May 21 about your plans to attend.
Thursday, June 3, 6:30 pm
Hill Women by Cassie Chambers
Hostess: Carol Rounds
Discussion Leader: Darlene VanMeir