Please come and see how the League works. Open to the public. Tuesday Feb. 25 at Noon Elmer’s Restaurant in Roseburg League members will answer consensus questions regarding the national League’s study on Agriculture. Here is an important link on the national League’s website for you to use to become informed on the subject before … Continue reading
Join the League in welcoming the ACLU to speak on “Unequal Justice: Discrimination in the War on Drugs” on April 1 at the Douglas County Library from 6 to 8PM.
Members and Friends, help us spread the word by clicking here, and then printing the poster and posting it around town. This would help with public relations greatly. Thank you!
This meeting is free and open to the public.
Please join us on December 17 – Tuesday for a light meal: Soup, bread, and dessert. We are Inviting members to tell about any activities outside of League to share. This event will be held at the First Presbyterian Church, on Lane Street at 4:00 to 6:00pm. No charge, no need to bring anything.
The Community Advisory Council (CAC) of the Umpqua Health Alliance (UHA) is hosting a public meeting to review the Community Health Assessment (CHA) recently conducted and let the community know about the great things happening with our coordinated care organization (CCO), which serves residents of Douglas County.
Monday, November 4, 2013
5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Ford Community Room,
Douglas County Library
1409 NE Diamond Lake Blvd
Roseburg OR 97470
E-mail PLaFreniere @
or call 541.464.6291
To LWVUV Members:
I hope you will come to the October 22 – Tuesday meeting. It will be at 1:00 – 3:00p at the Oregon State University Extension Service Roseburg Office in the kitchen meeting room (lower floor) at 1143 SE Douglas St, Roseburg. Please park in the County visitor parking.
This meeting is to review the new web pages for the League, and learn some helpful hints about finding documents/studies and the new Forums. It will be with Mary Sinclair, from Rogue Valley League on a big screen in real time WiFi. You may bring your own laptops, if you wish, but this is not required. The pages have changed and the state League and national League look very much the same. You should register as a member prior to this meeting. Each member can sign on and create their own password now, if you have not already done so.
There are also some new web sites which we should know about. I hope this will be a benefit to members who like to use the internet. I know it may not be for everyone, but we have room for about 20 at this location.
If you are coming, I will send you some documents ahead to look at. SO RSVP BY OCTOBER 18!
If you did not attend the League Forum–Cradle to Career–but are still interested to work on one of the new studies, please let me know.
Thank you for your continued support. Please contact me if you have questions.
LWV Umpqua Valley, President
Join us for “Cradle to Career: Education in Oregon”, Saturday, October 12 from 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM at Umpqua Community College’s Danny Lang Event Center.
Learn about what’s been going on in the legislature that affects the current state of education in Oregon. We’ll hear from Dr. Nancy Golden, Oregon’s Chief Education Officer, as well as a panel of other knowledgeable speakers. There will be time for you to pose questions and get answers. The cost is $25 and includes morning coffee and pastries as well as lunch. Please go to the state League’s website, http://www.lwvor.org/umpqua-registration for more information and to register online. But please hurry, we need to plan for lunch!
A generous donation will allow for several COMPLIMENTARY ADMISSIONS, so please don’t let the cost deter you or any guest you’d like to bring.
To register and for more information, call 503-581-5722 or email firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP!
WE’RE LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE!
The LWVUV Board
The 2013 Garden Committee met last week to evaluate our recent Garden Tour held on Saturday, June 15th in the Roseburg area and to make recommendations for 2014.
Although we realized Individual words of thanks were extended to the musicians, artists and those who helped to make the 2013 Country Garden Tour a very special event, we realized it was important for the members of the LWVUV to know who was involved in this production. Individually, you may want to extend your personal thanks and appreciation for their participation when you see any of the following:
Linda Smith, representing the Audubon Society, led informative bird walks at Sunshine Park during a 4-hour period.
Artists who participated were:
Victoria Carnate, John & Judy Waller, Peter Alsen, Paul Zegers, Dan Rockholt, Susan Commerford and Claudia Lapham & Friends.
Musicians who participated were:
Steve Erickson, Dan Bedford, Rebecca Moore, Frank Elst, Cindy Ferguson, Wanda Eddy, Joe Ross & Friends, Ray Wanamaker and Jeff Haverner.
We know may of you participated in the tour, so you may already know who was instrumental in making this event a success. We also know some of you were not available and wanted you to know the extent of community involvement.
Nancy Farris is the chair for 2014. Please contact her if you wish to participate in the planning of our 3rd annual garden tour. email@example.com
Thanks from the committee: Beverly Paulson, Nancy Farris, Penny Reed, Rina Bengstrom, Anna Willman and Jean Oswald
Visit lovely off-the-beaten path country gardens right here in Douglas County, Oregon, on Saturday, June 15th from 10AM to 4PM. See and Tour 6 gardens with live music and working artists. Tickets are available for $12.00 each after May 15 at While-a-way Books, Hansen’s Jewelry, and Photo Frogg in Roseburg, at the Illahee Restaurant in … Continue reading
The public is invited to attend an informative meeting to be held by the League of Women Voters of Umpqua Valley on May 6th at the Douglas County Library between 6 and 7:30PM.The Director of National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), Chris Bouneff, will speak on “Confronting Mental Illness in our Communities”, a timely topic to discuss.
Please attend. Refreshments will be served.
Download the flyer here.