MIX, MINGLE AND DINE AT THE
LEAGUE’S ANNUAL MEETING
Tuesday, June 7th | 5:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Women in Recovery | 1055 South Houston Avenue
(drive past the building, through to the two story parking garage, then veer left to reach level 2 where you will find the entrance)
Join us for the 2016 Annual Meeting to mingle with old and new League friends, hear the latest on League activities, meet the nominees for the board and get updated about exciting plans for this election year.
5:30 – Registration and facility tour
6:00 – Dinner will be served
6:30 – Speaker, Mimi Tarrasch; Women in Recovery
7:00 – Recognition and Reports
7:30 – Annual Business Meeting
We are excited to have as this year’s speaker, Mimi Tarrasch. Ms. Tarrasch is the Executive Senior Director of the Women in Recovery Program which seeks to curb the effect of the high incarceration rate of women in Oklahoma and bettering the lives of at-risk children and families in Tulsa.
New WIR program participants are provided with clothing, cosmetics and food, any donations would be appreciated.
Dinner of Caprese salad, Chicken Piccata or Veggie Pasta and lemon cake will be served by WIR participants and will be $20. Please return the attached reservation form with payment or the use the Eventbrite link to let us know you will be attending. Please respond by June 1st.
The reports from the Nominating, Program and Budget Committees are attached for the business portion of the meeting.
Also, take this opportunity to renew your membership. Dues are $60 for an individual membership plus $25 for additional members of the same household or $25 for a student. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any changes in your contact information.
See you at the 2016 Annual Meeting!
Reservation Forms may be found here: Reservation Form for Annual Meeting 2016
(Please print out the form, fill it out and send it into the office with your payment. OR you may register via EventBrite)
Budget-Proposed budget FY2017
The North Tulsa Unit will meet Monday, May, 23, noon to 1:00 pm, at the Rudisill Library, 1520 N. Hartford. Meetings are the 4th Monday of the month. The members will conclude their year-long study of “Re-Entry into Society after Prison” at the May meeting.
The Breakfast Unit meets Tuesday, May 24, 7 to 8 am. Meetings are on the 4th Tuesday of the month at the New Atlas Grill, located in the Courtyard Tulsa downtown, 415 S. Boston Ave. Members will be discussing the provocative article, titled: “Should Everybody Vote”
Mid-town Unit will meet Tuesday, May 17, 11:30 to 1 pm. Meetings are on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at the League office, 3336 E. 32nd. Lunch and visitation start at 11:30 (bring your own sandwich). Meeting is at 12:00 pm.
Discussion will continue on the LWVMT’s Positions/Policies. Learn what these are and how they affect the work we do.
Study materials: Tulsa’s Positions
Study question: Which policies are relevant and current?
2016 is a busy and important year for the American political system. That means the League is busy as well. We are searching for volunteers to help out in any way they can- we will put you to work no matter your age, gender, or skill set! If you are interested in becoming a volunteer for the League please contact the Administrative Director, Jordan Koscielniak, at the League office, (918) 747-7933. We look forward to working with you!
Also, be on the lookout for our monthly Voter Registrar Training. This is an excellent resource to learn how to register voters and a wonderful, low commitment volunteer opportunity as well!
Update on the Education Bond Policy Task Force – Tulsa League members heartily agreed at the June 2015 annual meeting that they want to be able to endorse school bond elections. To accomplish this goal, they voted to study and work toward the adoption of a Tulsa school bond position in the 2015-2016 year.
Last summer an Education Bond Policy Task Force was appointed and its members have been at work throughout the year studying the school bond process and coming to agreement on broad concepts in preparation of formulating a position to endorse school bonds. The four members of the committee, chaired by Patti Mullen, will be reviewing bond oversight and accountability on April 19, from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. at the League office. They will be interviewing Susan Harris, an education advocate for the Chamber; Ruth Ann Fate, a long term member of the Tulsa Public School Board; and Chris Hudgins, a TPS accountability administrator for tracking bond investments. If you would like to know more about how bond issues are developed, passed and monitored, come and be a part of this interview. Please phone or email the League office and let us know you will be there on April 19.
Join the North Tulsa Unit for an informative public meeting:
Life After Prison: A Community Dialogue featuring State Representative Regina Goodwin, “Who Can Vote?” and Kelly Doyle, State Director of Center for Employment Opportunities, “Hire Outside the Box Initiative”
April 16, 2016 | 2:00-3:30pm
Rudisill Library | 1620 N. Hartford
Host: LWVMT, North Tulsa Unit