Due to the blizzard, the January 28 meeting of the
Wilton League of Women Voters is cancelled.
Our next meeting is February 25, at 9:15am
at Comstock Community Center when we will discuss program planning.
The presentation on Cuba will take place at our March 25th meeting.
CL&P - 1-800-286-2000
For online voting registration click the VOTE button
For further information: http://www.sots.ct.gov/sots/lib/sots/releases/2014/2.18.14_merrill_and_malloy_launch_online_voter_registration_for_ct.pdf
REEL MONDAYS . . .
Thank you to the Wilton Library for partnering with us to present this series. We also offer gratitude to Louise Herot for organizing this amazing series of thought-provoking films and discussions on behalf of the Wilton LWV. To see the list of REEL MONDAYS movies presented over the past years click here Photo: Wilton League of Women Voters Amy Harris, Carole Kleinfeld-Young joinLWVCT President Cheryl Dunson, & Dr. Tara T. Troyat the 44th International Symposium at Sacred Heart University. Photo: Voter registration drive at Wilton High School. Wilton League of Women voters using the 93rd birthdayof the 19th Amendment to highlight voter outreach. Photo Credit: Young-Kleinfeld How do you depict the suffrage movement with a Lady Gaga influence???? Click below to see....... P hoto: League with cast of The Capitol Steps
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P.O. Box 71
Wilton CT 06897
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