League of Women Voters meetings are open to the public so please invite
your friends to participate.
Regular meetings of the League are scheduled for the second
Saturday morning of each month. If you have program suggestions, please
contact Betty Janes at email@example.com.
Reminder: It is time for membership renewals.
Hazel Heckers Identity Theft Presentation
Hazel Heckers is the Victim Assistance Coordinator for CBI and is an
expert in Identity Theft, Fraud and Cyber Crimes. She talked about
how to prevent Identity Theft and what to do if you become a victim.
Her contact info is:
Hazel Heckers/VA Coordinator
Hazel Heckers Presentation Slides
Learn about the Constitution
The League of Women Voters of Montezuma County held a Zoom
program on February 13 on the United States Constitution.
The speaker was Dr. Richard Moser who is a college professor most
recently at Fort Lewis College in Durango. He specifically
addressed the rise of corporate power and its implications for the
Read his presentation material below.
Dr. Moser's References For His Presentation
Learn About Covid-19 Vaccine - Replay Jan 9 Zoom Meeting
The January 9th meeting for the League of Women Voters of Montezuma County was a Zoom session with Marc Meyer who is the Director of Infection Control for Southwest Health Systems. The discussion was informative with emphasis on vaccines. Listen to Marc's presentations to see how you can learn about how you can be vaccinated. Marc's presentation can be viewed by clicking on the following link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/. . .
Looking for a unique history?
To celebrate the 100th Birthday of the LWV in 2020, a revised history of the LWV of Colorado was published, and it contains many local League histories as well as many biographies of past leaders.
This fascinating book is available on Amazon for $15 plus tax! Just type “League of Women Voters of Colorado” into the search field.
SUFFRAGIST BOOKLET PUBLISHED
"Seven Women Who Never Gave Up" a 30 page booklet about seven leaders of the American suffragist movement is now available. While isolated at home during the pandemic, a team of members of the Montezuma County League of Women voters have written, edited, proofread, and published this project. Half of the copies will be donated to the high schools of the county to be a resource for civics and history teachers.
A copy can be purchased for a donation of $5.00 to the League of Women Voters of Montezuma County. The booklets are a trove of little known facts. One entry is about Colorado’s own newspaper owner and suffragist, Caroline Nichols Churchill.
The booklets would be interesting holiday gifts for family, friends, and young people. Send requests to Connie Fox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
She will arrange to deliver the booklets to you.