We sponsor meetings and events for the public and League members
|Date & Time||Place||Description|
|Meetings will held in the Shelton Library conference room||LWV Board Meeting - Board meetings are held on the first Friday of each month from Sept. through June. All members are invited to attend the LWV Board Meetings.|
11:30 am to 1:30 pm
|Olympic College Library in Shelton
address: 937 Alpine Way, Shelton
|Monthly meeting of LWV - 3rd Tuesday each month. Join us to discuss current governmental issues affecting local, state and national policies.|
|Olympic College Library. Business meeting at 11:30 precedes the program which starts at 12:00||Prior and Upcoming Presentations and Discussion Topics at Monthly Meetings.
The Mason County League of Women Voters will hold regular general meetings Sept to June on the third Tuesday of each month except December, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm in the library at Olympic College with topics of interest to the public.
CURRENT YEAR Fall 2018-Spring 2019November 20 Meeting Karen Fraser will speak about what the Legislature Can't Do and answer your questions. For more info, Click here
October 16 Meeting Who is Funding the Candidates and a presentation about the electoral college Should it be abolished? Click here for more info
First Fall Meeting, Sept. 18- Looking Ahead to the November Election
Meet and ask questions:Candidates for Mason County Auditor: Paddy McGuire, Charles Rhodes
Followed by a discussion of the three WA General Election Initiative Ballot Measures:
1631: concerns pollution fees - Connie Simpson
1639: concerns firearms - Cheryl Williams
940 Initiative to the Legislature : concerns law enforcement - Amy Davis
PRIOR YEAR Fall 2017-Spring 2018June 22 The Annual Business Meeting and Potluck Picnic at Harmony Hill. Speaker will be a representative from Planned Parenthood
May 15 Meeting "Mason County Budget Update" with Lisa Frazier
April 17 Meeting "Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) and Building Healing Communities"
with Laura Porter, Co-Founder, ACE Interface http://www.aceinterface.com
March 20 Meeting:Immigrants R Us Panel Discussion: How Federal Policy Impacts Our Local Immigrant Community
Presenters: Carolina Gutierrez, CIELO Ricardo del Bosque, Shelton High School
February 20 meeting: Making Cents of the County Budget- A Conversation with Frank Pinter, Support Services Director Central question - has county restructuring resulted in more transparency and greater efficiency? Bring your questions
January 16 meeting:Budgeting for Safety- A Conversation with the Mason County Sheriff about the Budget Process This meeting topic ties into our current local study of the county budget
December 19: Field Trip Changed The original plan to tour the Capitol for our annual "field trip" has been changed. A new date will be arranged. Meanwhile on December 19, those members who are interested are encouraged to attend the County Commissioners final budget meeting at 9:30 in the Commissioners chambers. Following the meeting we will meet for lunch at the Salish Cliff's Restaurant located on the hill behind the Little Creek Casino.
November 21 meeting: MONEY IN, MONEY OUT the 2018 Mason County budget Overview: revenue sources and expenditures Current Shortfall: a look at the balance sheet solutions? who will be the winners? the losers Speakers: Karen Herr, County Auditor Lisa Frazier, County Treasurer Melody Peterson, County Assessor
Take a look at the Mason County preliminary budget 2018 - https://wei.sos.wa.gov/county/mason/en/FinancialServices/Documents/Current%20Expense.pdf
Second meeting of Fall, October 17: What's Up on the November Ballot We will discuss the local issues and Initiative I-940. Shelton City Manager Ryan Wheaton and City Commissioner Traci Moore will clarify the city ballot initiative that seeks to change Shelton city government from a three member commission to a seven member council.
First meeting of Fall, September 19: Problems Facing Rural Hospitals in Washington State Join us on September 19 when staff from Mason General will describe their programs and how they are funded, as well as to answer your questions, such as: WHAT WOULD BE THE IMPACT ON MGH IF THE FUNDING FOR MEDICAID were reduced or if there were a reduction or elimination of subsidies from the federal government?