The LWV of Butte County and The American Association of University Women
invite you to our panel discussion on:

Working Toward a Healthier Butte County

Wednesday, November 4, 2015 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Chico Branch Library

1108 Sherman Avenue
Chico, California

Panel participants:
Gene Azparren, Butte County Public Health
The Community Health Improvement Plan
Tatiana Fassieux, Passages
Seniors, caregivers and the disabled
Lauri Evans, California State University Health Center
Health issues facing young people

Invite your friends; the public is welcome.
This is the perfect time to pay League membership dues.

League of Women Voters, Butte County

Read more about this exciting Voter Service and Civics Education program in the news.

LWV of Butte County President, Margaret Swick, presenting a letter in support of the City codifying civility and civil discourse at the Chico City Council meeting, on October 20, 2015.


LWV Voter BoothButte County is one of six pilot counties participating in the California Civic Learning Partnership. The other counties include Alameda, Fresno, Los Angeles, Sacramento and San Diego.


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Our distinguished delegation to the National Convention in San Diego May 14-17. Pictured are: Claire Greene, Jane Wanderer, Mardi Worley, Diana Magrey. Thank you for your commitment to the League and our community!

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