Look back on some of our past events.
Our presentation of Elections the American Way was held at the Oceanside Library recently to an audience of enthusiastic voters and League members. We were glad to do this outreach to the community and appreciate the help of Principal Librarian, Monica Chapa Domercq in working out the details at the Library.
Our member, Claudine Jones read E is for Election Day by Gloria Gavris to the students at Kelly, Poinsettia and Aviara Oaks Elementary in Carlsbad. The librarians and staff were so welcoming and we were happy to donate the book to each school's library.
We were successful in expanding the project to all nine elementary schools in the Carlsbad Unified School District with a grant from LWV San Diego County. Now the plan is to move on to more schools in North County. If you are interested in working on this great project, contact our webmaster. Stay tuned!
The topic is "Civic Talk". Download her presentation here
The class roster read like North County's A-team:
chiefs of police, school district officials, and business and good-governance executives. On October 16th League members, Jackie Stone and Mary Thompson, addressed twenty-two participants of CSUSM's Leadership North County's 2015 class on their first full day of class. "Government Day" is dedicated to understanding all aspects of government in North County. Fittingly, the class was held in the Council Chambers at the San Marcos City Hall.
In remarks on "Voter Engagement," Mary and Jackie provided a glimpse at the League's history, a snapshot of voter registration and participation statistics from June 2014 and November 2012, and asked the group to imagine the North County without the League's voter service and advocacy efforts, with particular focus on the LWV Observer Corps.
Click here to see all the slides and narrative presented.
LWV North County San Diego sent a seven member delegation to the LWV California state convention in San Jose on May 17-19, 2013. We were fortunate to bring back three awards, best website, best newsletter (The Voter) and a Yellow Rose award for our Civility project. It was great to meet with other League leaders and we learned a lot from the speakers and the workshops.
Kudos to Mary Thompson and Martha Cox and their committee for spearheading our participation in the inspiring event.
Click here to see the photos taken at the two events.
Our thanks to Hugh Cox for his great photography.