League of Women Voters starts year by looking back

The Westlake-North Olmsted Chapter of the League of Women Voters of Greater Cleveland will begin the new year by “looking back” even as it forges ahead on a busy election year agenda. Three sessions are scheduled for members to review the current advocacy positions of the League of Women Voters of the United States and to recommend changes for consideration at the June 2022 national convention. Members should register to attend one of the Zoom sessions (Jan. 22, Jan. 23, or Jan. 29) at LWVGreaterCleveland.org. Women and men interested in League membership can find more information and sign up on the website as well.

The chapter’s February meeting, Wednesday, Feb. 9, at 7:00 p.m., will have a book-club-discussion format, based on the 2017 book, “On Tyranny” by Timothy Snyder. The book is available in paperback and on Kindle and at most area libraries. Members and interested guests need request the Zoom meeting log-in information by sending names and e-mail addresses to Westlake-northolmsted@lwvgreatercleveland.org.

If Covid regulations allow, the Westlake-North Olmsted chapter will begin registering new citizens at the naturalization ceremonies in Cleveland in February. Those who want to help with this project should contact Voter Services Chair Bruce Robinson at Westlake-northolmsted@lwvgreatercleveland.org for details.


Member, Westlake/North Olmsted Chapter, League of Women Voters of Greater Cleveland

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Volume 14, Issue 2, Posted 10:11 AM, 01.18.2022