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June−July, 2014, LWVMZC Newsletter Articles

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Our League News

Pot Luck and Fly Fishing

Food and socializing − and learn something, too!!

League members and their friends are invited to the home of our co-convener, Sharon Hansen, at 418 Sligo in Cortez, on Monday, June 23, starting at 4:30 pm.

Bring finger foods and perhaps a lawn chair. Iced tea, lemonade and water will be provided. BYOB beer and wine.

Chris Burkett will be giving a demonstration on fly fishing starting about 5 pm.

League of Women Voters members always like to learn. Come and bring a friend and learn about the art of fly fishing. Remember: LWV is not just for women!!

Our Calendar for June−July 2014

The next few months of our planned activities.

LWV Calendar June - July 2014
June 2014  
Mon, June 23 LEAGUE SUMMER SOCIAL EVENT - Food and Fly Fishing
4:30 pm 418 Sligo, Cortez
Fly fishing demo and talk by Chris Burkett at 5pm
July 2014  
Mental Health Task Force Report

The League reviewed and approved the recommendations and report of the Mental Health Task Force at the May meeting in Grand Junction. Based upon a year long study of a broad range of behavioral health issues in Colorado, the task force made eight core recommendations...

LWV Colorado 2014 Legislative Wrap−Up

As we wrap up this 2014 legislative session, we reflect on the time and energy and expertise that have propelled the LWVCO Legislative Action Committee to publish nine legislative letters and advocate on more than 100 individual bills. The volunteer time of our members this past year include:...

Colorado Primary Election June 24, 2014

Mail ballots go out June 2−6 to all registered voters who are affiliated with any party holding a primary. Mail ballots must be returned to your County Clerk by 7:00 PM on June 24, 2014. They can be mailed, left at a drop−off location in your county, or...

EIS Review of the Four Corners Power Plant and Navajo Mine Energy Project

The deadline for comments on the draft EIS on the Four Corners Power Plant and expansion of the Navajo Mine is June 27, 2014...

130 Ballot initiatives!

The following is an excerpt from an email by Julie Leonard, Executive Director, League of Women Voters of Colorado...

Membership Application and Renewal Form (PDF)

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Our Board

Our Board for 2014 with contact information.