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2. Identify priority topics for in-depth education in the following areas:
League of Women Voters of Florida just established the state-wide League Program for the next two years.
Solar Cooperatives are starting in Florida with the leadership of LWVF. Save the date for LWVVC's Volusia County launch September 20th, 6:00-8:00 p.m., when we will hold our first information session in Volusia County. Stetson University has agreed for us to meet at the Lynn Business Center auditorium (345 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand). More information will be forthcoming, but for now, check out http://www.flsun.org. This date was first announced at a very successful Mix and Mingle for LWVVC members June 22nd. While members enjoyed refreshments and talking with other members, conversations often turned to our league issues.
LWVVC Voter - Summer 2017 Issue now available. See reports from our delegates to the LWVVC Legislative Summit, news of our upcoming "Mix and Mingle" event, and find informative reports from our Observer Corps team on the county and city meetings they attended.
LWVVC Education Committee Visits Campbell Middle School: Read Pat Drago's letter in the May 22nd News-Journal describing the Education Committee's visit to Campbell Middle School in Daytona Beach. They found a dedicated staff and administration who are working with their students to improve results.
Read the Summary of What Happened in Tallahassee: Legislative Capitol Report from Tallahassee - the May 19, 2017 Legislative Wrapup from LWVF's Legislative Advocate Kelly Quintero is now available.
LWVVC's 2017 Annual Business Meeting was held April 22nd at the Halifax River Yacht Club. To see the program of business conducted and list of officers elected, click here. Shown are Board members Suzi Peace, President Claudia Roth, and Nancy Vaughn. here. Following a brief and humorous skit introducing our League's Solar Coop Initiative, the Solar Coop Action Team Co-Chairs awarded Solar T-Shirts to winners of a Solar Quiz. Pictured left to right, Suze Peace, Co-Chair; Nancy Vaughn, Co-Chair; Linda Cuthbert, T-Shirt Winner; Sharon Leboffe, Co-Chair. Our speaker, Dinah Voyles Pulver, Environmental Writer at the Daytona Beach News-Journal, followed the business meeting with an update on environmental issues in Volusia County.
Legislative Summit 2017: LWVVC was well represented in Tallahassee as members attended LWVF Legislative Summit to meet with our representatives and lay out League priorities. Pictured here: standing: Fred Peace, Pat Drago, Nicki Junkins, and Jeanne Tanke; sitting: Nancy Vaughn, Gwen Azama-Edwards, and Suze Peace. For notes on the meetings, see Gwen Azama-Edwards' notes here.
The Constitutional Revision Commission is beginning to meet to consider revisions to our state constitution. We have here these current documents: Chairman Beruff's letter; overview of the process with information on the members; and CRC Viewpoint
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