Speaker will be Dr. Sandra Robinson, Provost of the Mary Ellen Stempfle University and Distance Learning Center of Wayne County Community College.
Our League has long had a representative on Wayne County Community College District's Eastside Advisory Council, and it's time we became more acquainted with the new educational opportunities available to people of all ages through WCCCD. Have you noticed the new WCCCD buildings on Vernier? Do you know the educational possibilities these buildings represent for students in our area? And for retired people too?
Dr. Sandra Truitt Robinson, Provost of the Mary Ellen Stempfle University Center and its neighbor on Vernier, the Center for Distance Learning, is the featured speaker at our Annual Meeting. Dr. Robinson has had a distinguished career in public education and was recognized nationally for developing and implementing innovative magnet programs at Martin Luther King High School in Detroit. Under her direction the University Center has secured partnerships with several colleges and universities so that students can complete degrees and access graduate level courses without having to leave the region. Distance learning, dual enrollment and webinars are opportunities not available twenty years ago - and what can students expect twenty years from now?
Our annual meeting will be at the beautiful Country Club of Detroit with registration beginning at 8:30. Breakfast will be served at 8:45. $26.00 per person.
Please send you registration form in to Mary Jo Johnson before April 25 if at all possible. The absolute deadline is May 4.
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It will be held:
Tuesday, April 14, 7:00 pm
GP Public Library, Ewald Branch
15175 E. Jefferson
Grosse Pointe Park, MI 48230
On March 18 our League is honoring women who personify women's history in Michigan.
The Honorable Lynne Pierce, who, after practicing law privately, moved into the public sector to serve as Municipal Judge in Grosse Pointe Woods, then as a Wayne County Circuit Court Judge.
Carol Cain, Free Press columnist and host of "Michigan Matters", is a highly respected journalist. Journalism runs in her family - her mother, Ruth Cain, was also a journalist known to many as Ruth Alden.
Emily Fijol, Executive Director of the Michigan Women's History Museum and Hall of Fame, represents all those Michigan women whose knowledge and talent have contributed so much to our lives.
In absentia, honors will also be awarded to Mary Sue Coleman, and Beth Chappell for their contributions.
Guests are welcome. Dessert reception to follow.
Cost : $8.00
The event will be at
Byblos Banquets at
7258 Chase Road,
Dearborn, MI 48126
It begins at 5:30. Tickets are $50 individually or $500 for a table.
Interested? Make checks payable to:
LWV-DDH and send to 120 N. Military, Dearborn, MI 48124.
Friends and family welcome -- a great opportunity to meet Congresswoman Dingell.
Wednesday, January 21
6 PM- 9 PM
at the home of Aphie Roumell
(please refer to your Voter or directory for the address)
We will review the state League positions at the meeting based on directions that we receive from LWVMI. Your input is important. Please attend.
6:15 Check-In, 6:30 Dinner
The event costs $37.00 and menu choices are chicken or pasta.
Questions? Call Mary Jo J at 884 5495
Reservations are due by Thursday, Nov 27th.
Print out the reservation form here
Wednesday, November 19
7 - 9 pm
Grosse Pointe War Memorial
32 Lakeshore Dr
Grosse Pointe Farms, MI 48236
The Grosse Pointe League has had co-Presidents before, but this year we are trying something brand new - a four person Presidential Team. It appears it needs four of us to fill the shoes of outgoing President Christina Schlitt, who has led us so efficiently and with such graciousness. All of us are committed to keeping our League an important part of this community and having fun doing it!
(Left to Right: Judy Morlan, Ann Nicholson, Sharon Riley, & Mary Zahler)
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