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 Monday, March 28, 2022  6:00PM This month we will be joined by Spark representative Clarice Dombeck, who will teach us about the organization.  “At Spark we believe in the power of community. We listen to and value the people who live, work, and believe in their neighborhoods. We work in partnership to engage stakeholders, listening to their […]

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Monday, February 28, our guest speaker Shari Albaugh-Tamba will be discussing their research done in regards to the erasure of Sheelytown and then connect it to past and current issues with urban development/planning. There will be examples given as to how neighborhoods get “erased” and why, as well as a possible discussion with everyone as to […]

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Schools 101

LWVNE Education Policy Action Team Joins  Dine & DiscussMonday, January 24th, 2022 @ 6:00 pm  During this Dine & Discuss we will be joined by the LWVNE Ed Policy ActionTeam who will be presenting on “Schools 101” which covers how schoolsfunction as far as enrollment, funding, curriculum, etc. REGISTER via Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYqdemgqjkqGtwLlznUsmwT3ALGs31sDu6q Have a speaker suggestion? Email it to Office@lwvgo.org

UN Climate Change Conference

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Special Holiday Dine & DiscussMonday, December 20th, 2021 @ 6:00 pm During this Dine & Discuss LWVNE Co-President Toni Monette, who recently got back from the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland as an observer for LWVUS, will discuss her experiences and plans to elevate our climate/environmental League positions a bit more then they […]

Special Edition Voter Registration Roundtable

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Special Edition Voter Registration Roundtable Dine & DiscussTUESDAY, November 16, 2021 @ 6:00 pm   All members are invited to attend a Special Edition Dine & Discuss on a special day!  This is a can’t miss discussion for all those interested in registering voters for the LWVGO,  Deputy Registrars, and anyone interested in finding out what the […]

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals with Human Rights Special Interest Group

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United Nations Sustainable Development GoalsMonday, October 25th, 2021 @ 6:00 PM  Following United Nations Day on the 24th, we will be joined by the Human Rights Special Interest Group to learn about the 17 Sustainable Development Goals that are the United Nations blueprint for fashioning a prosperous, peaceful, and sustainable planet by 2030. This motivational presentation […]

Request Voter Registrars for Your Event Online

The LWVGO is happy to provide registrars for your event! Simply fill out this form and we will be in touch within 24 -48 hours to schedule your event on our voter registration  calendar. 

Welcoming Afghan Refugees Into Our Communities

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Welcoming Afghan Refugees Into Our CommunitiesMonday, September 27th, 2021 @ 6:00 PM We will be joined by Lutheran Family Service’s new AVP of the Refugee program, Matt Martin. During this presentation we will discuss the works of the LFS Refugee program as well as how the recent happenings in Afghanistan are being addressed here in […]

Crisis Response Within the Community

Crisis Response Within the Communityby Brad Negrete of Lutheran Family ServicesAugust 30th 2021, 6:00 PM-7:30 PM Brad Negrete is the Director of Urgent & Crisis Response Services, Lutheran Family Services Heartland CIT Executive committee, and is an adjunct professor at the University of Nebraska Omaha. This discussion will be based on learning more about what CIT is […]

Dine & Discuss – Harvard Case Study: James Madison: Creating the Constitution

“How much power should the federal government have over states?” Bryan High Teacher Terrence O’Donnell who was trained in 2020 in the Case Study Method through Harvard University, Boston, MA will lead a discussion as he does with his Bryan High students. The Case Study Method by Harvard Business School requires individuals to walk in […]