October General Meeting and Speaker: Wed, Oct 21, 6:30 pm, TCU Civil Rights in Black and Brown; Oral History Project, speaker Briana Salas, TCU Student and Project Manager. Via Zoom.
Bravo for a preliminary total $7,196 from 51 donors, which includes $3,000 in matching funds.
These five INTEREST GROUPS continue to meet via Zoom this year, several at good times for WORKING WOMEN.*
- Adelante Book Club, third Monday at 10 am (Tina Caliga) 2020-21 Adelante Book List
- Great Discussions*, second Saturday at 11 am (Mary DuBoise)
- Out to Lunch*, second Wednesday at 11:30 am (Marla Parvey)
- Women Writing, fourth Tuesday at 4 pm (Eileen Frey)
- Women and Wine*, last Wednesday at 4:30 pm (Margaret Duryee)
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