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100th Anniversary Party

Syeda reflects on a successful celebration

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100th Anniversary Party

Sets and Regis enjoying the moment

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100th Anniversary Party

Syeda and Shamsa share a moment

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100th Anniversary Party

Longtime member Mayor Gus

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100th Anniversary Party

Party planners gather to celebrate

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100th Anniversary Party

Bob and Ken’s serious discussion

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100th Anniversary Party

Our own ‘bartender’ Frank Arevalo

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100th Anniversary Party

Student designed poster

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100th Anniversary Party

Sam Neeman enjoying a good time

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100th Anniversary Party

The two elected officials – Teresa & Teresa

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100th Anniversary Party

Syeda, Helen and Andrea share a funny story

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100th Anniversary Party

League’s Birthday cake

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100th Anniversary Party

John Smith checks name tags

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100th Anniversary Party

Jo oversees activities

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100th Anniversary Party

Evelyn and Kay greet celebrants

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100th Anniversary Party

Alice waves bye bye to the fun League party

Union City Library Display

LWV 100th Anniversary

Display at the Union City Public Library

Program Planning and Pot Luck

Program Planning and Pot Luck

Miriam Keller leads members in a Program Planning discussion.

Suffragettes gather

LWVFNUC members march in Fremont’s 4th of July Parade

Suffragettes gather to receive marching orders.

Suffragettes gather to receive marching orders.

LWVFNUC members march in Fremont’s 4th of July Parade

Suffragettes gather to receive marching orders.

Frank

LWVFNUC members march in Fremont’s 4th of July Parade

Frank Arevalo, our Hired Heckler with his Grandson

Frank's Grandson

LWVFNUC members march in Fremont’s 4th of July Parade

Frank Arevalo's Grandson will be a future voter.

Our League President holds the Democracy 4 All sign

LWVFNUC members march in Fremont’s 4th of July Parade

Our League President holds the "Democracy 4 All" sign

Andrea and Carolyn

LWVFNUC members march in Fremont’s 4th of July Parade

Andrea Schacter (WOMEN ARE CITIZENS) and Carolyn Hedgecock (DEEDS NOT WORDS) holding up their signs

Miriam and Jo

LWVFNUC members march in Fremont’s 4th of July Parade

Miriam Keller and Jo Szeto taking a rest.

Syeda

JUNE 2019 ANNUAL MEETING

Syeda Inamdar LWVFNUC President starts the meeting.

Syeda and Andria

JUNE 2019 ANNUAL MEETING

Syeda and Andrea Schacter present the slate for the 2020 Board of Directors.

Peter Starr

JUNE 2019 ANNUAL MEETING

Peter Starr, LWVFNUC Treasurer, presents League’s current financial status and the budget.

Nancy

JUNE 2019 ANNUAL MEETING

Guest speaker Nancy O’Malley discusses what is going on at the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office.

Nancy with three members

JUNE 2019 ANNUAL MEETING

From left to right: Evelyn LaTorre, Syeda Inamdar, our guest speaker Nancy O’Malley, and Alex Starr dressed up as a suffragette.

Carolyn Hedgecock

JUNE 2019 ANNUAL MEETING

Board Member Carolyn Hedgecock presents future programs and priorities for the upcoming year

Sandra Bowes Edwards listens to fellow panelist Sue Chan.

Taking a Seat at the Table

Sandra Bowes Edwards listens to fellow panelist Sue Chan.

Panelists Sandra Bowes Edwards, Sue Chan, and - Aisha Wahab share a humorous moment.

Taking a Seat at the Table

Panelists Sandra Bowes Edwards, Sue Chan, and - Aisha Wahab share a humorous moment.

Anu Natarajan introduces Sandra Bowes Edwards and Sue Chan

Taking a Seat at the Table

Anu Natarajan introduces Sandra Bowes Edwards and Sue Chan

PVM Volunteers

Parkland Voter Movement Volunteers

Strength in numbers with 86 adult volunteers who helped register 1,122 teens so far.

PVM wristbands

Parkland Voter Movement Wristbands

PVM wristbands given to every teen - Tagline on inside: Register-Recruit-Vote.

Fremont-Newark-Union City

The League of Women Voters of Fremont, Newark, and Union City is a nonpartisan organization that encourages the informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

Event Date: 
Nov 21 2020 - 10:00am

On Saturday, November 21, from 10:00am to 12pm via Zoom, The League of Women Voters of the Bay Area will hold a forum entitled “A Community Dialogue on Regional Decisions”.

Julie Dunkle received this email from a first time voter who registered to vote through Youth Voter Movement. There is hope for the future with messages like this.

 
I just voted on 10/26 and it was way easier than I thought it would be. I dropped off my vote at the public library drop-box.  I used the LWV booklet and some online resources to educate myself on all the candidates and propositions. 
 
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