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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 8, No. 8, August 1980
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Date August 1980
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Transcript CALENDAR Aug. 7 7:30 PM BANOW program meeting. Slide presentation by Nikki Van Hightower on Houston Area Women's Center and WIRES (Women's Information, Referral and Exchange Service)Chairman of Research Committee Jerry Luthy. Program coordinator is Terri Sherwin 333-2985. Aug 8-10 Texas NOW Advance at Lake Travis near Austin. Maps available on Aug. 7 at BANOW meeting or call Phyllis Tucker 944-0033 Aug. 12 Tuesday all day. Textbook Hearings in Austin at Texas Education Agency Aug. 20 Wednesday 7:30 PM Business meeting of BANOW at 1529 Bonanza Sept. k BANOW program meeting. 7:30 PM. RIGHT WING THREAT. Dana Kelly, program coordinator. Sept. 6 Saturday. Texas State Council Sept. 27 Democratic State Convention in Houston 27 Parliamentary procedure workshop- Diana Osborn 527-0934 Oct. 3-5 National NOW Conference in San Antonio. Could you go early and prepare?? Staff the BANOW booth?? Call Evie 488-1777. Oct UH/CLC workshop on TITLE IX. Contacting 146 school districts. Call Rema Lou Brown 488-1896. Nov. 4 Tuesday ELECTION DAY Nov. 15 Texas Women's Marathon. 26, 18 and 12 mile runs. LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF THE BAY AREA JULY 20, 1980 TO: District 7 Sen. Gene Jones and opponent Mike Richards District 11 Sen. Chet Brooks District 17 Sen. Babe Scwartz and opponent Buster Brown District 17 Rep. Ed Watson and opponent David King District 19B Rep. Lloyd Criss and opponent henry Haney District 100 Rep. Bill Caraway and opponent Randy Pennington American Association of Retired Persons American Association of University Women Clear Lake Chamber of Commerce Gavleston Bay Conservation and reservation Association National Organization for Women Clear Creek Independent School District PTA Area Council FROM: The League of Women Voters of the Bay Area RE: An invitation to participate in a September 18, 1980 pro- gram : "Issues not Images" The primary purpose of the League of Women Voters is to en- courage informed and active citizen participation in the elec- toral process as well as all phases of government. The League is non-partisan with regard to candidates and political parties. It focuses attention on issues rather than images. To further our purpose in this important presidential election year, the Bay Area League is planning a September 18 public meeting bring together Bay Area residents, state legislators, and opponents of those up for re-election. Several area or- ganizations are being invited to present their legislative pri- orities in order to acquaint those who will be our state legis- lators this January with the needs and goals of a broad spectrum of their consistuencies. Details will be finalized at the end of August but plans present- ly call for a strictly-timed five minute presentation from each participating organization listing its priorities for action by the Texas legislature when it convenes in January. Ample time will be provided after this for informal contacts with legislators and their opponents so that they may react to the presentations as they mix with the public. We will discuss this event at the business part of the August 7th meeting. Bring your suggestions and offers to participate.