A social hour with coffee, tea, and snacks; registration; and interest group sign-ups starts at 9:30 a.m. A brief business meeting will be followed by guest presenters Gretchen Ziegler, zoo manager, and Amber Neilson, education and operations supervisor for the Sequoia Zoo. They will inform the meeting of new plans for Watershed Heroes and other prospects that are transforming zoos across the country.
From the co-presidents’ newsletter message: "AAUW is about empowering women and girls, transforming them to strong and nurturing leaders of the future. We support advocacy, education, research, and philanthropy... This year’s programs will educate us about our own rich history and the dynamic plans that are leading us toward the future in zoology, energy research, meteorology, health care, and many other fields. Every program will bring us new information and challenge our perspectives."
The public is welcome to come and learn more about AAUW. Membership is open to women and men (graduates of recognized two- or four-year colleges or universities or equivalent programs). The fee for this meeting is $10. Registration is required by calling 445-2924.
For additional information about this meeting or AAUW call 443-1291.