AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education and research.
17th Annual AAUW-WW Kitchen Tour
2019 Preliminary HIGHLIGHTS:
What a fabulous turnout for our Fall Social! Thanks to all of you who came out on this beautiful Sunday afternoon. A VERY BIG Thank You to Karen Fuller, Barb Doherty, Jody Sanchez and their many helpers.
Pictures coming soon!
Hopefully you found the chance to meet with old friends and welcome new members – or BE welcomed, receive your new and up-to-date membership directory, learn about interest groups, and hear from two of our scholarship winners. These young women were inspiring to all of us.
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Members in red joined this Fall
Lynn (Marilyn) McAuley
Marcia Middleton Kaplan
Marilyn (Mimi) Morgan
Wow! 2019 AAUW-WW Spring Social – A Time for Celebrations
Thank you to all of our members and guests who joined us on Wednesday, May 8th, for our AAUW Spring Social- A Time for Celebrations. It was a very fun and inspirational evening. If you took pictures, please add them to our shared photo folder.
We had the chance to connect with friends, meet new people, celebrate the many accomplishments of our organization, award some remarkable women and to honor some very deserving members and community supporters.
Community Honorees included: Vera Bohlman and Larry Cannaday from SonBridge, Andy Winnett and students from WWCC John Deer Technology program, Bobbi Hazeltine and WWCC Women’s Basketball team and Nolan & Kathleen Lockwood – WW Harvest Foods.
Over $50,000.00 was awarded to women in our community in direct support of AAUW’s mission to “advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education and research”. Thank you for your part in raising these funds!
Scholarship & Grant recipients included:
Secondary Scholarship: Ana Angel-Ortega, Torrin Helbling, Katelyn Huesby, Cynthia Montalvo, Kristin Pretorius, and Makya Theis
NCCWSL scholarship– Aline Uwase (WWCC) and Malorie Wilwand (WWCC)
Community Mini-Grants: Lincoln H.S. update library, Reach Out & Read (St. Mary/Prov.), Christian Aid/Child Development Program, BMAC (adult literacy outreach/volunteer support), Children’s Home Society (Valle Lindo/summer), Plus Delta “The Club”, Camp Invention, Shakespeare Walla Walla, Little Theater (summer children’s theater), Carnegie Picture Lab, Transitions Learning for Life (Latino Club/Scouts), Impact! (art and writing therapy for women in transition) and YWCA “Notes from the Road” (photo exhibit).
Please review your own listing on the updated directory in our member area. Remember – if you need the password, please contact Judy at firstname.lastname@example.org
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A Huge Thank You
to Everyone Who Helped With
2019 Great Explorations- Reach Beyond the Stars
Thank You for Supporting the 55th AAUW BOOK SALE!
Thank you to all of our members who volunteered time to make our Book Sale the most successful ever!
A very special thanks to Kay Raddatz, Melanie Plantaric and their Book Sale Committee.
Thank You for Supporting the
16th Annual AAUW Kitchen Tour
Because the owners of eight homes opened their unique kitchens to more than 400 people in the community, our Walla Walla affiliate of the American Association of University Women raised approximately $14,000 during its 16th annual Kitchen Tour on Oct. 7.
Proceeds will help fund scholarships for local women and support education projects throughout the community, said Cecile Ervin, Kitchen Tour committee chairwoman.
The homeowners who shared details of design and construction in their kitchens with ticket holders are Kelly and JJ Menozzi, Alison Kirby and Dan Calzaretta, Brenda Bernards and Dan Smith, Kelly Watson and Dan Beebe, Robert and Lura Hafen, Dierdre and Ki Bealey and Craig and Charlotte Roberts.
Sponsors that supported the event included Bunch Finnigan Appliances of Kennewick and from Walla Walla, Gary’s Paint and Decorating and t.h.e. Interior.
“The beautiful, designs, craftsmanship and products of these businesses were well represented in many of the homes on the tour,” Cecile said.
Proceeds were also raised from four raffle opportunities made possible by donations from local businesses and individuals: an assortment of gift certificates from local retailers and restaurants, and a Wine Country Picnic-themed gift basket donated by Sue Gillespie. Raffle winners were Joyce Afward, Lisa Johnson, Barbara Suzui and Corinna Whitehurst.
Additional support for the benefit came in the form of ads placed in the full-color Kitchen Tour guide. The 2019 tour is slated for Oct. 6. If you are interested in volunteering your time, or your kitchen, please contact Judy Peasley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
(originally published in the Walla Walla Union Bulletin 10/14/2018)