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Lakewood Chapter Membership Meeting 10:00 am
Lakewood Chapter Membership Meeting @ O'Neill Healthcare Lakewood
Dec 2 @ 10:00 am
All meetings take place at 10:00 a.m. on a Saturday at O’Neill’s Healthcare, in the community room of the Assisted Living building.   The meeting room is[...]
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Annual Christmas Social 6:00 pm
Annual Christmas Social @ Home of Carol Koscielny
Dec 9 @ 6:00 pm
 
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Building Shaker’s Future 6:30 pm
Building Shaker’s Future @ Stephanie Tubbs Jones Community Center
Dec 13 @ 6:30 pm
Hear answers to your questions that you can submit ahead of the forum as well as comments and dialogue on the vision for Shaker’s[...]
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Cleveland Community Police Commission Meeting 6:00 pm
Cleveland Community Police Commission Meeting @ Jerry Sue Thornton Center, Tri-C Metro Campus
Dec 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Discussions on how can the Cleveland Community Police Commission empower Cleveland residents? How will the federal consent decree affect your life?
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Coming up next…

Dec
13
Wed
Building Shaker’s Future @ Stephanie Tubbs Jones Community Center
Dec 13 @ 6:30 pm
Hear answers to your questions that you can submit ahead of the forum as well as comments and dialogue on the vision for Shaker’s future.
Moderated by Amy Hanauer, Director, Policy Matters
Brief comments by Earl Leiken, Mayor, City of Shaker Heights

Representatives from Shaker Heights:

Julianna Senturia, Vice Mayor
Rob Zimmerman, councilperson
Bill Clawson and Jeff Isaacs, members, school board
Amy Switzer, Director, and Brian Gleisser, Board President, Shaker Heights Library
Dec
26
Tue
Cleveland Community Police Commission Meeting @ Jerry Sue Thornton Center, Tri-C Metro Campus
Dec 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Discussions on how can the Cleveland Community Police Commission empower Cleveland residents? How will the federal consent decree affect your life?

Jan
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Is Northeast Ohio a Sanctuary Region? Laws and policies: Where does our region stand on immigration? @ Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Library
Jan 17 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
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LWV Greater Cleveland Local Programming Meeting @ Rocky River Public Public Library
Jan 20 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Any member can attend any meeting. What is League Program? During January and February 2018, local and state Leagues will conduct program planning and make program recommendations in a general membership meeting or a board meeting.  This year, Leagues are also asked to share information on how their work will impact the Campaign for Making Democracy Work® as well as identify LWVUS positions that they intend to use in education and lobbying. Planning is an essential League tool for focusing and prioritizing our work and insuring that League resources, human and financial, from our grassroots volunteers to our professional staff, are engaged where they have the most impact.

The LWVUS Board recommends that Program 2018-2020 continue The Campaign for Making Democracy Work® with Leagues throughout the country working on:

  • Voting Rights
  • Improving Elections
  • Campaign Finance/Money in Politics
  • Redistricting

Click here for a more detailed information on positions.

Jan
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Cleveland Community Police Commission Meeting @ Jerry Sue Thornton Center, Tri-C Metro Campus
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Discussions on how can the Cleveland Community Police Commission empower Cleveland residents? How will the federal consent decree affect your life?

Jan
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Sat
Shaker Heights Chapter Board Meeting @ Shaker Heights Public Library Main Branch
Jan 27 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm
Lakewood Chapter Membership Meeting @ O'Neill Healthcare Lakewood
Jan 27 @ 10:00 am

All meetings will take place at 10:00 a.m. on a Saturday at O’Neill’s Healthcare, in the community room of the Assisted Living building.   The meeting room is on the 4th floor just to the left of the elevator. We welcome visitors!

LWVGC Local Programming Meeting @ Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Library
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Any member can attend any meeting. What is League Program? During January and February 2018, local and state Leagues will conduct program planning and make program recommendations in a general membership meeting or a board meeting.  This year, Leagues are also asked to share information on how their work will impact the Campaign for Making Democracy Work® as well as identify LWVUS positions that they intend to use in education and lobbying. Planning is an essential League tool for focusing and prioritizing our work and insuring that League resources, human and financial, from our grassroots volunteers to our professional staff, are engaged where they have the most impact.

The LWVUS Board recommends that Program 2018-2020 continue The Campaign for Making Democracy Work® with Leagues throughout the country working on:

  • Voting Rights
  • Improving Elections
  • Campaign Finance/Money in Politics
  • Redistricting

Click here for a more detailed information on positions.