Seaside AAUW Board Plans Program for Year
Seaside AAUW Board met in August to formulate the program for the year and to plan for the Candidates Forum to be co-sponsored with the Seaside Signal on Sept. 19, 2018 at 7:00 PM at Seaside City Hall. The public is encouraged to attend to learn about the following candidates for mayor: Jay Barber and John Chapman; city council: Tita Montero, Dana Phillips, and Steve Wright all running for the Seaside Council. Council positions open for Gearhart are Paulina Cockrum, and Kerry Smith and Jack Zimmerman who are opposing each other. Tiffiny Mitchell Democrat, Vineeta Lower, Republican, and Brad Halvorson are running for District 32 House of Representatives have indicated they will be present or represented.
Board members pictured above are left to right: Nancy Kruger, financial chair; Helen Gronquist, secretary; Carol Brenneman, past president; Karin Webb, social chairman; Karen Beck, program chair; Jane McGeehan, foundation chair; Cindy Gould, president; and Pat Rowland, membership chair. First meeting of the year will be held on Sept. 15, 10:00 AM and will feature school representatives to discuss our participation in an interview opportunity for Juniors. For more information about AAUW contact Pat Rowland or Cindy Gould at firstname.lastname@example.org
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