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West Bay League

President: Helen Taylor
(401) 824-6490
lizzytaylor29@aol.com


— Upcoming Meetings —

To be posted


Past Events


July 2011 Sentinal
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February 2011 Sentinel
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April 2010 Sentinel
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February 2010 Sentinel
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October 2009 Sentinel
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August 2009 Sentinel
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LWV West Bay Membership Brochure
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West Bay LWV Annual Meeting & Dinner
May 1, 2012
Meritage Restaurant — East Greenwich, RI
Speaker: Attorney General Peter Kilmartin
"The Attorney General's Legislative Agenda"


FORUM
The Role of Charter Schools in Rhode Island Public Education
April 28, 2012
William Hall Branch — Cranston Public Library
Panelists: William Clarke,  Charter School Coordinator, RI Department of Education;
James Parisi, field representative, AFL-CIO; Christina Go, Director of Admission and Family Engagement,
Beacon Charter High School for the Arts; Jerry Kowalczyk, Executive Director, Times Squared Academy

Sponsored by the League of Women Voters West Bay Chapter


3rd Annual Reading Aloud of 1912's
provocative one-act comedy, "ELECTION DAY"

Followed by LUNCHEON at Chelo's on the Waterfront at 1:00 p.m.

Tuesday - July 12, 2011 @ 11:00 a.m.
West Bay Board Meeting
Harborhill Place (Atrium)
159 Division Street
East Greenwich, RI


How can D.C. help invigorate RI's West Bay?

League of Women Voters of West Bay invites voters and local officials to question over coffee ...

U.S. SENATOR JACK REED

Monday, May 23, 2011
CHELO'S near the airport - 2225 Post Road, Warwick
8:30 AM to 10:00 AM
before our 2010-11
Annual Meeting

READ PRESS RELEASE

 


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