“Things can fall apart, or threaten to, for many reasons, and then there’s got to be a leap of faith. Ultimately, when you’re at the edge, you have to go forward or backward; if you go forward, you have to jump together.”- Yo-Yo Ma

Leaping forward into 2021 ---TOGETHER!

Recognizing Earth Day, April 22nd

Protect Our Earth - Protect Our Children

This year on Earth Day, the League continues our fight to protect those affected by climate change by joining Our Children’s Trust and more than 70 other organizations in endorsing the Children’s Fundamental Climate Rights and Recovery Resolution. This resolution recognizes our current human-caused climate crisis and the hazards it poses to our children’s health and futures. To uphold the fundamental rights of coming generations, the resolution mandates that the United States develop and implement a bold, comprehensive climate recovery plan. The plan seeks to put the nation on a trajectory consistent with reducing global atmospheric carbon dioxide to below 350 parts per million by the year 2100. 

The resolution will be introduced in both chambers of Congress on Earth Day, April 22. It was first introduced in the 116th session of Congress and the League is proud to support it again.     


  • Download the press release about the resolution’s reintroduction by 54 members of Congress and 74 endorsers on Earth Day, April 22, 2021 here.

  • Hear what our members of Congress and endorsers have to say here.

  • Download the fact sheet here.

  • Check-out the up-to-date list of members of Congress who have committed to cosponsor the resolution here.

  • Download the Senate Resolution here. The House Resolution will be posted when available.

  • Links to Congress.gov will be posted when available (S.Con.Res_ & H.Con.Res._)

Tuolumne County Issues and Priorities


Saturday, May 1

11 AM

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Our May speaker will be Ryan Campbell, Chair of the Tuolumne Country Board of Supervisors and District 2 Representative.

Ryan is back by popular demand after his March appearance was cut very short by a widespread power outage. We are grateful for his willingness to repeat his appearance !

Ryan will be discussing current issues before the BOS and answering any questions we might have about priorities and proposed actions by the Board.

We gladly invite members of the public to join us. Please email Susan Medeiros prior to the meeting at susancmedeiros@gmail.com to ensure access is granted when you join over Zoom.

Members and invited guests will receive an email invitation the week of the meeting.

Note: Members can also access the LWVML calendar on the Members only Event page for the Zoom link and all related meeting materials. 


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The corona virus pandemic has seriously impacted many members of our community.

We are lucky to have many resources available to assist Tuolumne and Calaveras County residents.

Please click the links below for a listing of resources by county, and share this information with friends and neighbors in need.

Calaveras County Resources

Tuolumne County Resources


Resource Connection provides information for rental assistance, food bank, and a crisis center. They also offer many services for children. 

It is located at 444 E. St. Charles St. Suite B in San Andreas.
Phone number is (209)754-2000.