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LWV of Dearborn and Dearborn Heights, 120 North Military, Dearborn, Michigan 48124 ........(313) 278-6476
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Welcome New Members

Wassin "Dave" Abdallah

Ali Baleed

Almaklani

Mariam Bazzi

Layla Elabed

Rachid Elabed

Janine Janosky

Jay Korinek

Vera McAnulty

Norma McDaniel

Connie Mitchell

Julie Plawecki

Eric Rader

Gary Woronchak

Vivian Woronchak


League Members Make a Difference


Men and women with different skills,
viewpoints and backgrounds are welcome.

Join active and informed citizens in your
community, making democracy work.


Join us today...

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The 2014-2015 LWVDDH Board of Directors

President

Vice President

Secretary

Treasurer

Director

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Betsy Cushman

Mary Jo Durivage

Vera McAnulty

Carolyn Buell

Layla Elabed

Zaineb Hussein

Kim Ismail

Tony Perry

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New United States Legislative Information Site


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note: online donations to LWVDDH are not tax-deductible.
Make tax-deductible donations to LWVDDH ED Fund
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* Your League of Women Voters *

WEqDay2015St. Mary’s Cultural & Banquet Center
18100 Merriman Road, Livonia, MI - Phone: 734 421-9220
Between Six and Seven Mile Roads – East (back) entrance
Luncheon $30.00“


“Honoring Michigan’s Own Anna Howard Shaw”
Dr. Trisha Franzen, our keynote speaker, will discuss her book, Anna Howard Shaw: The Work of Woman Suffrage. Shaw, was a pioneer girl who grew up in Michigan. She had two careers – Minister and Doctor, but left both to work for women’s suffrage. Her oratory skills made her a national figure. Shaw challenged traditional gender roles by building a tight knit family with her secretary and longtime companion, Lucy Anthony. Franzen presents a compelling portrait of a woman whose significance has been misinterpreted and who has, until now, received minimal attention from historians
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Empowering Democracy!
Fund Raiser

February 19, 2015
Celebrating League of Women Voters
95th Birthday


(Click Here for the Evenings Agenda)

at Byblos Banquet Center
7258 Chase Road, Dearborn, MI 48126
313) 584-1234


The Evening Was a Huge Success
Many Thanks to our Sponsors
Click Here to View our Evening's Supporters


Many Thanks To Our
2014-2015 Supporting Donors

A to Z Heating & Cooling

Dearborn Rotary Foundation

Dearborn Federal Savings Bank

Ipso Public Affairs, LLC

Kiwanis Club of Dearborn

Park Place

Spectrum Signs & Designs

Sun Glo Carpet Cleaning Co. Inc

Village Ford

Pam Adams

Michelle Audia

Jeanne Bakken

Mariam Bazzi

Marilyn Beardsley

Janice Berry

Carolyn Blackmore

Marion Bloye

Elayne Boismier

Bob & Marge Bryer

Carolyn Buell

Mary Bugeia

Judith Carty

Rep. George Darany

J. Darrell and Kathleen Donelson

Mary Jo Durivage

Kim Foo

Anne Gautreau

Barbara Goryca

Carmen Kossayda Gudan

Sue Hale

Gail Hansen

Judith & Tom Henn

Fred Hoffman

Sen. Morris Hood

Z. Hussein

E.W.Kaiser

Don and Patti Mack

Jeanne Martens

J. Michael Meade

Bettysue Pisula

Kay Prout

Donald L. Rathwell

John J. Riley II

Michael T. Sarieni

Edwina Simpson

Marie Tront

Brian & Elizabeth Whiston

Marilyn Willson

Mary Ann Zawada





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The League of Women Voters , a non-partisan political organization, encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.





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