Founded March 17, 1915 | Fourth Oldest Branch in North Carolina
The Asheville branch of AAUW traces its history from 1915 when sixteen local women college graduates organized what would locally become AAUW Asheville. Its work in Asheville has been ongoing and influential in the community, nation, and world, assisting women through such related projects as refugee relief and improvement of public schools. Its history is replete with names of local women who made significant inroads for women and girls. Learn more about our history, projects, and interest and study groups, review our latest branch news, or contact us at email@example.com to see how we can work together to advance education and equity for all women and girls.
AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research.
Thursday, March 6
11:30 am (for meet and greet) 11:45 am announcements
First Baptist Church
(park on Charlotte St. side lot)
Upstairs in the dining room
Speaker: Karen Cragnolin, Executive Director RiverLink
RiverLink is a regional non-profit spearheading the economic and
environmental revitalization of the French Broad River and its tributaries as
a destination for everyone to work, live and play.
Lunch $12 (cash or check)
RSVP by Feb. 28.
Support women in the arts and have a say in whose work will be on our spring note cards. Vote for your favorite member art today at http://www.aauw.org/contests/.
AAUW and YWCA sponsoring DEM-NC speaker Robert Dawkins
OPERATION JUMP START – 2014 Election
These 2pm and 6pm sessions at the YWCA are rescheduled for March 13th.
If you come to the 6 pm session and find the parking lot full, you may park across the street in the Housing Authority lot.
Please, if you know of other people who had been planning to attend, let them know the new date.