Branch Events

We schedule our events for the year (Sept thru May), and as the time nears for each event, e.g. monthly Branch meeting, more details are provided as to time and place. The Home pages gives the information about the next event scheduled (it’s actually from our newsletter cover page).

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Spring Installation and Awards Luncheon

Saturday, May 4, 2019
Mariani’s, 2500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara

April 22nd is the deadline to reserve a place for the Spring Installation and Awards Luncheon. Join us for this very fun event is on May 4th. Select from Menu

  • Chicken Caesar Salad served with fruit cup, Rolls and Ice Cream dessert, Coffee, Ice Tea
  • Cheese Ravoli with Salad, Rolls and Ice Cream dessert, Coffee, Ice Tea
  • Petrole Sole Almandine served with Salad, Rolls, and Ice Cream dessert, Coffee, Ice Tea

Send your $30 check (AAUW Sunnyvale/Cupertino), with your entrée choice on the memo line, To : Joan Kurtz, 1700 Jeffery Ct., Santa Clara, CA 95051 by April 22nd At this event we will be featuring those who have made contributions to the branch as well as installing new officers and thanking outgoing officers.

The Grateful Garment Project

On April 16th, 7PM at the Sunnyvale Presbyterian Church Nadia Garcia of The Grateful Garment Project will join us to discuss this project. Their mission is to ensure that every victim of a sexual crime who seeks medical attention and/or law enforcement involvement is provided with whatever new clothing, toiletries, snacks, and other miscellaneous items that he or she may require.
Our organization does not donate to other organizations but if you would like to bring something for the “Project” check their website for ideas, Grateful Garment.org

Women’s History Month

Every year March is designated Women’s History Month by Presidential proclamation. The month is set aside to honor women’s contributions in American history.

Did You Know? Women’s History Month started as Women’s History Week. Women’s History Month began as a local celebration in Santa Rosa, California. The Education Task Force of the Sonoma County (California) Commission on the Status of Women planned and executed a “Women’s History Week” celebration in 1978. The organizers selected the week of March 8 to correspond with International Women’s Day. The movement spread across the country as other communities initiated their own Women’s History Week celebrations the following year.

Sisters In Crime

Tuesday, Feb 12, 7:00pm
Soule Hall, Sunnyvale Presbyterian Church, 728 W. Fremont Ave

All You Mystery Book Lovers: It’s that time of year again..Bring family and friends to our annual fundraiser.

There will be five Bay Area authors on the panel to discuss his/her approach to mystery writing: Andrew MacRae, Judith Newton, JoAnn Ainsworth, Nancy Tingley and Diana Chambers. Refreshments will be served. Donation: $15. Please make checks out to AAUW Funds with LAF on memo line.

How a Probation Department Works

Tuesday, Jan 8, 7:00pm
Sunnyvale Presbyterian Church, 728 W. Fremont Ave

Robyn Schlice will be our guest speaker discussing how the probation department works. She currently serves as the Supervising Probation Officer For the Drug Treatment Services Unit in the Adult Division of the Probation Department.

Robyn joined Building Peaceful Families Board in 2018 as the Co-Chair of the Golden Grandmothers Program. She has spent several years working with the committee on the High Promise Dads Fatherhood.

She currently serves as the Supervising Probation Officer For the Drug Treatment Services Unit in the Adult Division of the Probation Department. In this assignment Robyn currently focuses on treatment rehabilitation and diversion projects. In addition, she is assigned to a special project that works with young adults (age 18-21) who are currently involved in the justice system and focuses on their diversion and rehabilitation to avoid further involvement in the justice system.

Fall Festival & Silent Auction

Saturday, Nov 10, 11:30am
Michaels’ Restaurant, Shoreline

Tickets are being sold AND baskets for the Silent Auction are being filled and decorated! Have you bought a ticket for this annual event? Tickets are available from Interest Group Chairs or Theresa Whitney-Corvino at 408-888-9098 or dr.whitney@neighborcarechiropractic.com -or- Sandy Ogden at 408-483-3579 or sandy@ogdencomputing.com.

The entertainment promises to be fun, educational … lively!

Our donations request team has reported that they have been very successful in acquiring wonderful donations from local merchants. If you have some good ideas on local merchants that you know who would be willing to donate, please contact Autumn Bea at 408-739-3186 or adbea6@gmail.com.

Although the food, fellowship, great baskets, and gift cards make this event a great occasion, taking part in the preparations before and helping on the day can add to your enjoyment. Following are ways you can contribute to making this important event an even greater success. If you want to volunteer for any or many, contact the person listed. If you have questions, give us a call Theresa Whitney-Corvino at 408-888-9098 or dr.whitney@neighborcarechiropractic.com -or- Sandy Ogden at 408-483-3579 or sandy@ogdencomputing.com.

PROPOSITIONS & MEASURES –
PRO & CON

Thursday, Oct 4, 7pm
Sunnyvale Presbyterian Church, 728 W. Fremont Ave

Prepare yourself to vote on the November 6th Ballot by attending our October Branch meeting. The League of Women Voters will present the Pros and Cons of the Ballot Measures. In addition www.VotersEdge.org/ca will give you even more details. See you all there.

Welcome Back Picnic

Saturday, Sept 8, 2018, 11:30 AM
Raynor Park, 1565 Quail Ave, SV

Featured will be Cherone Cabezudo who is a recipient of one of our endowments. She works with middle school students and is very excited to come to this event. Also the girls that attended Tech Trek camp at Stanford this summer have been invited as well as their families. It is so fun to hear the stories and excitement of these girls and the appreciation from their parents, the rewards of our labors.