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The Harford County Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) is pleased to announce that Mary Hastler, Harford County Public Library CEO, will be the guest speaker at our monthly meeting on September 16, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. Ms. Hastler will speak on the Harford County Public Library’s leveraging of various opportunities, such as Choosing Civility, to make a difference in our communities. The topic illuminates our theme of what women’s leadership means to our community.
Join us for an evening of sharing ideas and stimulating conversation. The meeting will be held in the Deborah Moxely Turner Community Room, 12 MedStar Blvd., Bel Air, MD 21015.
On Wednesday, March 27, 2019, members of the AAUW Harford Branch will be meeting to discuss future fundraising events. All are welcome and encouraged to attend. The meeting will be held in the CASA office on Main Street in Bel Air, directly above Sunny Day Cafe at 11:30. You may bring a lunch or order from the cafe downstairs.
High school junior, their guests, school administrators, and AAUW members of the Harford branch are looking forward to the annual luncheon honoring high school juniors excelling in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math STEM). AAUW Harford Branch has honored young women for decades now with a special luncheon with a special recognition ceremony.
Each student receives a certificate from the branch as well as commendations from many State and County officials, many of whom attend to honor the girls in person. Each year a motivating speaker describes her experiences of hard work and success. The last two years the speakers have been daughters of members–daughters who were both formerly honored at this program and who have achieved high success as a result of their education and work in STEM areas. Look for updates describing the girls and the speaker soon.
For our program meeting next Monday night (the film SUFFRAGETTE and discussion) we will begin at 6:30 in order to be able to watch the entire film.