The primary work of the committee for this past year has been following the relicensing process for five dams on the Connecticut River.
In May 2022, the LWVA Grant committee awarded its first grant, $1000 to the ARHS Restorative Program.
With Kevin Noonan, Executive Director of Craig's Doors, continuing the Judy Brooks Conversation Series. Register in advance.
Join us in welcoming Amherst's new Alternate Responders (CRESS) and Diversity (DEI) leaders.
The LWVA book sale returns to the Fort River gymnasium after a hiatus of two years.
Sale dates July 29 (10-6), July 30-31 (10-4) and August 5-6 (10-4).
LWVA offers a $1,000 scholarship to a graduating ARPS high school student. Application forms are in the HS guidance office.
The series on affordable housing in Amherst continues with a forum on Racial Equity and Housing, Tuesday, April 20, at 6:30. Go to bit.ly/racialequityandhousing to join on Zoom.
Come for a walking tour through Florence to see “She Shapes History,” a historical exhibit of the suffrage movement now on view in storefront windows on Main Street.
A beautifully done Special Section printed in the Daily Hampshire Gazette and the Greenfield Recorder on September 24th.
LWVA's walk commemorating the 100th anniversary of Massachusetts' ratification of the 19th Amendment.