Welcome to the Humboldt, CA Branch of AAUW!


Next Branch Meeting: 

Saturday, April 6, 2019

9:30 Breakfast

SPEAKERS:   “Human Trafficking in Humboldt County” 

EPD Detective Young Porambo and

DA Investigator Kyla Baxley

COST:  $20, or $6 for beverage only

Red Lion Hotel Dining Room,  1929 4th Street, Eureka

Reservations due by Thursday, April 4th


Join AAUW!  Learn about how we empower women and girls and join one our many interest groups. Our branch meets on the first Saturday of each month at various locations around Humboldt County.   Follow the above links for more information.


March 2019 – Women’s History Tea


 


February 2019


Checking in at the Red Lion

Teck Trek studen Tehya Tuttle and her mother.

Sharon and Mary Lou getting lunch.

Speaker Tom Gage and President Nancy Kay.

Geo Bee Winners

Geo Bee winner from Washington School Ruby Sipma

Geo Bee winners at Zane Middle School (and teachers)


Holiday Gala, December 2018



November 2018 Bridge Group


 

Carol Kinser, Roseanne Hurst, Deborah Harmon, and Deanne Erks, play bridge in an AAUW bridge group.

Deanne Erks plays bridge with an ACE up her sleeve.


November 2018


Saroj Gilbert taught us about emergency preparedness.

 

 

Nancy Dean brought us brochures about emergency preparedness.

Saroj Gilbert


New Member Meeting October 2018



October 2018


Alex Stillman, Alanna Powell, and Nancy Kay.

Alanna Powell explains Humboldt Made

Alanna Powell shows a video about Humboldt Made.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meeting check-in.

President Nancy Kay shows members our website improvements

 

 

 

 


 

 


September 2018


Speaker Kayla Begay

Nancy Dean, Treasurer, and Nancy Kay, President, present the budget for approval.

Our handbook/directory distribution

 

Tech Trek student Linea Viznor

Our potluck lunch.

Kayla Begay and father enjoying lunch

 


May 2018 – Annual Meeting


Members at Ingomar Club.

Speaker Dr. Jen Maguire.

President thanks Board of Directors.


April 2018


Joyce Hayes presented information on how to promote independence for older adults.


March 2018 – Women’s History Tea



AAUW to Honor Carol Kinser and Felicia Oldfather at March History Tea


Carol Kinser – History Tea Honoree

Felicia Oldfather – History Tea Honoree


 


Geography Bees Winners


South Bay: Principal Mr. Storts, Winner Ethan Alburo, Runners-up Elijah Contreras Velasco and Salma Awward.

 

Zane Middle School: Runner-up Oliver Christensen, Teacher Zachary Lehner, Winner Issac Young, Runner-up Jacob Taylor.

Alice Birney: Judge Georgeanne Fulstone-Pucillo, Winner Victor Fuentes, Moderator David Fogel, and Judge Patti Guentes.

 

Washington School: Winner Sage Nord, Runner-ups Mahak Mehmood and Casandra Anne Hardin.


February 2018


 

Molly Cate, our speaker, tells us about “behind the veil.”

Jane Woodward, our International Chair, introduces Molly Cate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dorothy Skjonsby reminds members about Teck Trek.

Eleanor Gayner teaches the Branch some emergency preparedness tips.

President Nancy Kay.

 


CCC student, Patricia Jimenez Sauceio, describes the goals of the CCC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


December 2017 – Holiday Gala and Scholarship Raffle


Gala Committee

Scholarship recipients and Scholarship Committee

Scholarship winners

Nancy Dean was a big winner.

Connie Stewart and scholarship recipient.




November 2017


HSU students and Erin Sullivan, their advisor, attend the November Branch meeting.

Maggie Gainer teaches the Branch about Zero Waste.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

October 2017


October meeting: Sofia Pereira explains to the Branch why women should run for public office.

HSU student Rena Accetta, AAUW member, Alex Stillman, and speaker, Sofia Pereira at the October meeting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


September 2017


 

Suzann Simpson explains the benefits of locally grown food.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


August 2017


Richard Kimball and VOTE SMART

AAUW and the League of Women Voters invited Richard Kimball, President of VOTE SMART, to Humboldt County.  See Mr. Kimball’s full presentation about why facts matter, and the reasons behind political intolerance.   Most importantly, learn how we can fight back.

https://archive.org/details/AH-lwvhc_richard_kimball_presents_vote_smart9