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AAUW Ohio Branch Meetings and Events

January 2015

  • Medina County Branch is part of a coalition sponsoring the first Human Trafficking Workshop in Medina County on Friday, Jan. 16, from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. at Pat O’Brian’s Chevrolet on North Court. The workshop is sponsored by the Ohio Child Welfare Training Program/Summit County Children Services, Medina County Coalition Against Human Trafficking, Pat O’Brien Chevrolet, the Children’s Center of Medina and Medina County Job and Family Services. Contact Carol Thombs,, for more information.
  • Heights-Hillcrest-Lyndhurst Branch will meet Jan. 31 at 1 p.m. at Beachwood Library, 26601 Shaker Blvd., for a book discussion on the status of Muslim women in the Middle East.
  • Bowling Green Branch Cocktails and Convos Women’s Issues Book Discussion

February 2015

  • Bowling Green Branch Cocktails and Convos Women’s Issues Book Discussion
  • Northeast Ohio Branch will meet Saturday, Feb. 7, at 11:30 a.m. at Morley Library for a program on “Adoption Network Cleveland” and a chili and salad lunch.
  • Worthington Branch will meet Wednesday, Feb. 11, at 7 p.m. The program will be “The New Shriver Report: Women and Economics.” The location is the Worthington Municipal Building, 2nd Floor 6550 High St., Worthington 43085.
  • Medina County Branch and Second Baptist Church of Medina will present their 13th Annual Black History Month Program, Thursday, Feb. 12, at 7 p.m. at Second Baptist Church, 451 Bronson St., Medina. Following up on the many questions raised by events in Ferguson, Cleveland, and New York, this year’s program will be a panel discussion titled “A Community Conversation: Does Race Matter?”
  • Toledo Branch will meet Sunday, Feb. 22, at 1:45 p.m. at First Unitarian Church, 3205 Glendale Ave, Toledo, for a viewing of the award-winning film Chasing Ice. After the short film, light refreshments will be served and a panel will address climate change and its local impact, followed by discussion.

March 2015

  • Medina County Branch will hold its 16th Sister-to-Sister Conference for girls ages 11-14 Sunday, March 8, at noon at the Medina Hospital Conference area. This year’s theme, “Be-YOUtiful
    Reality,” will encourage young women to be themselves, develop self-confidence and create their own style.  Each participant receives a bright S2S T-shirt, lunch and snacks, a goodie bag with favors and all programming materials. Applications may be downloaded from the branch website.
  • Springfield Branch will hold its branch meeting on Monday, March 9, at Christ Episcopal Church, 409 East High St. The meeting will be a panel discussion with  women business owners in Springfield. Several local businesswomen will be on the panel and will relate how they began their business and  the challenges and opportunities they face as a woman business owner in Springfield. There will be a Q & A session and refreshments will be served.  The meeting is free and open to the public. For more information, call Joyce at 937-926-0005 or Cheri , 937-460-7259.
  • Cleveland Branch will meet March 13 for a breakfast/brunch/lunch at 11 a.m. at Scramblers in North Olmsted to discuss hot topics relating to Ohio and the governor’s proposed budget.  John Parker will speak and follow up with questions and answers from members and guests.
  • Worthington Branch will meet Saturday, March 14, at 1:30 p.m. for a program on the Silent Witness Project. The location is All Saints Lutheran Church 6770 North High St., Worthington 43085.
  • Heights-Hillcrest-Lyndhurst Branch will meet March 28 for part one of a three-part forum on domestic violence. It will be held at the Cleveland Heights Main Library, 2345 Lee Rd., from 2-4 p.m. The focus will be on persuasive speaking. It is open to the public.
  • Zanesville Branch will sponsor a Women’s History Month presentation —  “The Remarkable Women Who Flew Military Aircraft in World War II”  — at 2 p.m., Saturday, March 28, at the John McIntire Library, lower level auditorium, 220 North Fifth St., Zanesville. Read more.

April 2015

  • Medina County Branch will hold its annual book sale April 15-18, with Tuesday, April 14, as “Members’ Preview Night.” Location will be determined at a later date. In conjunction with the sale, the branch will sponsor a Repurposed Book Contest, with winners receiving cash prizes.
  • Tech Savvy Workshop on Saturday, April 25, at Stark State College. Karen Sands of the Medina County Branch, is project chair. Others on the committee are Carol Thombs, curriculum director; Jill Morton, STEM advisor; Ann Beach, Lorain Branch member and marketing outreach coordinator; and representatives from Alcoa Barberton and Stark State College. More details to follow.
  • Bowling Green Branch Cocktails and Convos Women’s Issues Book Discussion
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  1. February 22, 2011

    This is a nice place to get updated on other branch’s activities. My first opportunity to see this just happened!!!

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