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Citizenship in Action

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
Listen online to Reasonable Redistricting Reform WHQR - Coastline with Rachel Keith August 2, 2018 Conversation with Jennifer Bremer, PhD and Janet Hoy, President of the League of Women Voters of North Carolina

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Questions About Your Drinking Water?

Dana Sargent's Presentation on Clean Watter Matters:

The Environment Action Team suggests a useful resource: Clean Cape Fear.

Questioning what the Brunswick County Commissioners are planning to do about the clean water situation in the county? Read the Observer Corp report of their April 16th, 2018 meeting

I Can Do That: Women Seeking Public Office

We had a wonderful turnout of members and guests for our March 26, 2018 panel discussion on women seeking public office. Thanks to our panelists: panel moderator and Wilmington Mayor pro-tem Margaret Haynes, Leland Mayor Brenda Bozeman, Sunset Beach City Council member Jan Harris and the Honorable Sandra Ray, District 5. These women enlightened and inspired us with their comments about the joys and challenges of running for public office.

A full house.
Sandra Ray (L) and Margaret Haynes (R).
Jan Harris responds to a question.

Brenda Bozeman addresses the audience.
Panel presentation and lunch at St. Paul's Episcopal Church.
League member Barbara Burrell's book.

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Meet Our Board of Directors for 2018-19

Board members: (front,L-R) Barbara Burrell, Lin Kurta, Randi Clegg, Barbara Clouse, Kathryn Hedgepeth (back L-R) Clarice Reber, Bonnie Bechard, Carol Roberts, Mary Ellen Cole, Priscilla Rebillard