Thursday, May 11 is the Annual Spring Meeting of LWVBAE. This biggest local event of the year, it has 3 parts:
Optional Dinner and Social Time
Panel Discussion on Housing Issues by the local area Mayors. Details here.
League Business Meeting and election of Officers and the Board of Directors.
Please note the event will be in a NEW LOCATION to League members–the Berkeley Chinese Community Church on 2117 Acton Street, just south of University Avenue.
All are welcome to attend the panel and sign up for the optional buffet supper.
All Members are invited to participate in Annual Business Meeting.
Supper: An optional buffet supper will served between 5:30 and 6:30 pm–before the Mayoral Panel. The choices for the entrees will be chicken or falafel [vegan], salad and the dessert will be pound cake with berries. Cost for members will be $17 and for non-members $22. Sign up and pay on-line through Eventbrite here or leave a message on the League phone at 843-8824 with your name and your order and pay at the door.
Carpools: Need a lift? Give a lift? Please respond on the Eventbrite site above or leave message by telephone.
Business Meeting: The League’s Annual Business Meeting will be held from 7:40 – 9 pm. Members will elect the new Board of Directors and Officers, discuss and vote on the budget for 2017-18 and a proposed by-laws change. They will review the Policy Positions of LWVBAE and the policy priorities for the next League year, then discuss and vote on them.
Thursday, May 11, 2017, 5 to 9 pm
Berkeley Chinese Community Church, 2117 Acton St, Berkeley
5:00 pm Doors Open – Register and greet old and new friends
5:30 pm Dinner and Welcome by President Deborah Malbec
Optional at $ 17 for members and $ 22 non-members. Click on Eventbrite link above to sign up and pay for meal or request or offer carpool to the event.
6:30-7:30 pm Panel Discussion on Housing by the Mayors of Berkeley, Albany, Emeryville
(Break to Give Non-Members a Chance to Leave)
7:40-9:00 pm 2017 Annual Business Meeting
The kit also includes introductions to our nominees for the 2017-18 Board, Agenda for the business meeting, bylaws change and our local policy positions for emphasis.
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