Thursday, March 21, 2019
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Christ Episcopal Church
(Located at 120 N. Military just north of Cherry Hill)
The facility is accessible via ramp and elevator.
Amplify Your Voice!
Access Practical Strategies in Persuasion
Celebrate the Three Cs in Effective Communication
Create Goals for Your Personal Advocacy Efforts
Presented by DPS Community-Education teacher Anne Gautreau
[Rumor has it she likes to have fun!]
This meeting is a follow up to our Program Planning meeting which gave members a chance to talk about issues important to us and which we want to lobby our legislators on. Ms. Gautreau facilitated this very successful meeting. If you were there, you know it should be a great meeting. Please note earlier starting time!
Please join us at this member only meeting!!
League of Women Voters Dearborn/Dearborn Heights www.lwvddh.org https://www.facebook.com/lwvddh.org
your neighbors for an informal open house to meet your elected officials, get
your copy of the League’s 2019 Who’s Who:
Your Elected Officials, and celebrate the League’s 99th
anniversary of its founding on February 14, 1920.
elected officials from Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, and Inkster will be invited
to join us at the event. This is an
opportunity to meet our local policy makers, face-to-face, in a casual
environment. It is a chance for our
office holders to meet YOU! Please join
At our January Membership Program Planning meeting we will
review our local and state programs We will be making proposals for
retaining, amending or adding to existing League programs. All members are
invited to discuss the proposals. The resulting suggestions for local
program will be considered by the local board that recommends a proposed
program. This program is adopted or amended by members at the Annual Meeting in
Suggestions made for state program will be sent to the state
board that formulates a proposed program from suggestions of all local Leagues.
Program choices will be made for two years by the delegates at the biennial
State Convention in the spring of 2019.
Watch a recorded video of the Wayne County Circuit Court Candidate Forum organized by the League of Women Voters – Dearborn & Dearborn Heights as well as the Michigan Democracy Institute Consortium at HFC
Saturday, October 20, 2018
Christ Episcopal Church Fellowship Hall
(120 N. Military at Cherry Hill)
10:00 – 11:30 am
The Michigan Truth Tour is a statewide roadshow, put on by the Center for Michigan’s Bridge Magazine (www.bridgeMI.com), attempting to ground the upcoming state election in fact and discussion of the state’s most important issues. Michigan Divided is an exploration of political division in Michigan. Filmed throughout 2017, the film follows six Michigan families during a period of divisive politics. What can the state’s residents agree on?
And how can we work together for a better future? After the film there will be a guided conversation on the movie’s themes
and what steps we can take to resolve the state’s political division.
Co-sponsored by American Association of University Women Dearborn
Public is invited! Con=nental breakfast will be served.
Church is accessible – wheelchair ramp and elevator available
Thursday, October 4, 2018, 6:00-8:00 pm Forfa Auditorium, Building L, Henry Ford College
5101 Evergreen Rd., Dearborn, 48128
Michigan Ballot Proposals Explained………… 6:00-7:00
All state-wide ballot proposals will be explained in a non-partisan way by the President of the League of Women Voters of Michigan. Hear the pro and con of each proposal and make up your own mind.
Wayne Co. Circuit Court Candidate Forum…..7:00-8:00
Do you know the 6 candidates running for the 3 seats on the Circuit Court? Elected circuit court judges often advance to State and Federal Courts —- this is the time for you to learn who the candidates are.
League of Women Voters of Wayne County & Dearborn/Dearborn Heights
For more information, contact the League of Women Voters of Dearborn/Dearborn Heights at email@example.com or 313-278-6476.
In November, Michigan voters will be asked to approve two voter-related ballot issues – Promote the Vote and Voters Not Politicians. Promote the Vote would amend the Michigan Constitution to make a voting system that works for all Michigan citizens, that makes voting more accessible, and that ensures that votes are secure and counted. Voters Not Politicians would amend the Michigan Constitution to place an Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission of registered Michigan voters in charge of redistricting, rather than the politicians in the state Legislature. Both of these proposals are supported by the League of Women Voters Michigan. Learn more about these two important ballot proposals which will aim to increase citizen participation in government. Join us! Public is invited! Coffee and cookies will be served. Church is accessible – wheelchair ramp and elevator available League of Women Voters Dearborn/Dearborn Heights www.lwvddh.org https://www.facebook.com/lwvddh.org 313-278-6476 firstname.lastname@example.org