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Making Democracy Work®

snowHoliday Party

Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017 from 6:00 - 9:00 pm

Celebrate with League Friends!
Bravo Restaurant, 3246 S Broadway (Route 9), Saratoga Springs
$38, RSVP by December 8
Details and coupon on page 9 of Winter Newsletter


Demonstration
January Meetup: The Art of Protest

January 17th at 7 pm

What kind of protests are there, what do they accomplish and should we still participate? The Meet-Ups will continue in January with a presentation by John Brueggemann, Skidmore Professor of Sociology doing a presentation entitled: "What Do Discontented People without an Army, Treasure or Rolodex Do?: The Emergence, Maintenance, and Outcomes of American Social Movements."

Meet-Ups are open to all; no membership required to attend.

Location: Adirondack Trust Office Building, Community Room, 31 Church Street
(Please enter from the second level of the garage on Walton Street and Woodlawn Avenue).
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
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Hands-on work to safeguard democracy

In this past year, the LWV of Saratoga County worked hard to make democracy work. Check out the 2016-2017 Steering Committee Report.

You can be part of a grass roots network of women and men in communities across the country. Here in Saratoga, we are actively involved in making democracy work. We conduct candidate forums, provide voter registration information to local High School seniors, produce an online Voters' Guide, and lobby on many important issues in Albany.

Because your local membership dues also enroll you at the state and national League levels only a small portion of the dues stay here in Saratoga County. We work hard to write grants and raise funds to support our events and activities, so we have been able to keep our dues at the same level for the past four years. Join our vibrant group!

Aside from membership, you can stand with us and support our efforts by making a donation to support our activities.


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