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AAUW NC held its summer meetings

Friday and Saturday
July 19 - 20, 2002
High Point University SLANE BUILDING

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What Happened:

The morning session was devoted to a workshop on Membership based on materials distributed by the Association Membership Department. All attendees received a reference booklet and each branch was provided a packet of supplementary materials. A copy of the booklet and more complete information is available -- see the links at left. Branches are urged to share take inspiration from the materials -- and the pictures! -- and discuss the information at branch or board meetings.

After lunch two speakers presented information on election finance reform. Erin Byrd, Coalition Coordinator, NC Voters for Clean Elections (AAUW is a member of the Coalition) and Nina Moseley, Executive Directory Democracy South were the speakers.

Clara Allen urged all branches to ensure their public and college/university libraries and their branch archives have a copy of the AAUW NC History. Helen Martikainen distributed copies of the NC Coalition on Aging Legislative Agenda. Mary Jo Pribble reported that EF Community Action Grants and Career Development Grants will be suspended for one year due to lack of funds. Laura Rumbley urged attendance at the AAUW 2003 Convention in Providence, RI: Membership dues and membership qualifications will be on the agenda.

Reports to the Board:

Minutes from the Spring Board Meeting (approved)
Educational Foundation
Legal Advocacy Fund
Technology Chair (), Draft Tech Chair Job Description
2001-2002 Financial Report
The board approved a change to the Policy Statement



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