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March, 2013, LWVMZC Newsletter Articles

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Our League News

Our Calendar for February - March 2014

The next few months of our planned activities.


LWV Calendar March - April 2014
March 2014  
Mon, Mar 10 Board Meeting, Conference Room at Visitor’s Center, 2:00 pm
Fri, Mar 14 HerStory, 7 pm, Cortez Cultural Center (see article in newsletter)
Sat, Mar 15 State Senator Ellen Roberts and State Representative Don Coram
1:30 pm, Mancos Public Library meeting room
April 2014  
Sat, April 12 League program meeting at Ponderosa Restaurant, 9 am, Chris Burkett speaker
May 2014  
Fri. May 16 LWVCO Council in Grand Junction, Colorado
Sat, May 17 League “Annual Meeting” at Ponderosa Restaurant, 9 am, Kellie Willis speaker
Message from Co−Convener

I was thrilled and gratified by the great turn out for the February program on water. Mike Preston is so knowledgeable and answered all the questions in a very thoughtful manner… even those that…

Reduction in Pollutants Means Clearer Skies in Southwest Colorado

The following article appeared in the COLORADO VOTER of the LWVCO. It originated from our own Eric Janes − Environmental Chair for the League of Women Voters of Montezuma County.

State League Legislative Conference

I was privileged to represent our League at the 2014 LWVCO Legislative Conference on January 13, 2014. The conference started off in the beautiful Old Supreme Court Chambers with high reaching stained glass windows. Nearly 140 participants listened to a number of speakers:

Review of Publicly Financed Campaigns − Marge Innes

The following article has been borrowed from the Adams County Voter.

MARCH IS WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH

Celebrating Women’s History Month, HerStory (Terri Helm and Midge Kirk) present “Two Women From Rico, Betty Pellet and Lizzy Knight” on March 14th at 7:00 P.M. at the Cortez Cultural Center, 45 N. Market Street in Cortez.

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Our Board

Our Board for 2014 with contact information.