Change, Survive and Thrive

What Happened?

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Highlights from the general sessions:

Parade of Branch Banners
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SAR Regional Director, LaRonnia Williams' report
Ronnie's inspiring talk can't be captured here (y'all come next year!), but here are
Her report and information about state participation in SAR Conference
Information on the SAR conference and registration form: see for up to date info
Mar-26 Update (103K)
The AAUW NC History was released.
Consignment copies were sent home with branch representatives. Check with the branch president or watch this space for ordering information.
A glossary of AAUW terms was distributed with the registration materials.
Updated version has been posted.

Highlights from the business session:

Dues were increased to $11.
Those who join or renew before July 1, 2002 may pay $8 2002-2003 dues for AAUW NC.
Resolution to reaffirm US membership in UNESCO passed
Details coming soon
Board meeting

Highlights from the workshops

Gender Equity on Boards and Commissions.
Report from Lynda Delaney and Nelda Howell
See also: Statesville 2002 project; AAUW NC 2001 Workshop ()

Highlights from the banquets

Awards Luncheon.

Highlights from the counterpart sessions:

List of brochures available from the Association
Information on AAUW satellites (in the context of an online initiative): ( 11K) ( 6K)

Who made it happen?

Members of Greensboro local arrangements committee with AAUW President Nancy Rustad, AAUW SAR Director LaRonnia Williams and AAUW NC President Mary Jo Pribble and Program VP Grace Knechtel.
Standing: Knectel, Betty Urban, Rustad, Sue Metz, Pribble, Mary Fran Schickedantz, Williams, Carolyn Taylor
Kneeling: Charlotte Divitci, Millie Hoffler-Foushee, Lola Jackson, Sue Mengert

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