A Message From Our President — Pamela Vlach

  • Volunteers are sought for Tuolumne County’s 2022 Homeless
    Point In Time (PIT) Count on January 26th. The process of surveying helps to identify local trends among the homeless population such as families with children, unaccompanied youth, the chronically homeless and veterans; and helps identify the magnitude of challenges such as drug use or mental/physical health issues. Anyone interested in volunteering in the PIT count, please contact Eva Questo at 209-533-1397, extension 238 or at
    equesto@atcca.org or Michelle Carlson mcarlson@co.tuolumne.ca.us  or Betsey Coe at BCoe@co.tuolumne.ca.us to get on the volunteer list! 

  • The LWVUS and the LWVCA are offering a variety of training sessions to begin the New Year.

    • Legislative Interview Town Hall Sessions - Get insight into how to conduct interviews with your legislators. Two sessions are being offered; January 6th, 4 pm to 5 pm (register here) and January 8th, 2 pm to 3 pm (register here).

    • LWVUS Program Planning Session – Get insight into how to conduct your League national program planning session on January 12th - 12 pm to 1pm (register here).

    • Advocacy Training Session – For League members interested in joining LWVC Advocacy Team on January 20th, 6 pm to 8:45 pm (register here).

    • Upcoming Virtual Meeting  Democracy, Disinformation and Distrust: Building Citizen Capacity to Impact Mis-/Disinformation. Join the National Conference on Citizenship to learn how to tackle this critical issue currently impacting our election system and democracy. January 19th, 10 am (register here).

Happy New Year!

As we begin the New Year, I would like to commend the work of The Observer Corps and the excellent Annual Retrospective on Our Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors and Sonora City Council. This was a wonderful opportunity to witness Democracy in Action and to share observations with our elected officials and the public.

The year 2022 holds many opportunities for us.

 

The following is a menu for just the month of January:

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