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March, 2021

Wednesday
17
This virtual event is free and open to the public. Pre-registration is required. Once registered, a
12:00 PM
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ELECTION SECURITY – Recent Past and Looking Forward

OPEN TO ALL COLORADO League of Women Voters members and The Public
Thursday
18
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Co-sponsored by Montrose Police Department, Montrose County Sheriff‘s Department, Center for Mental Health and League of Women Voters for Montrose and Delta Counties.

Law enforcement and mental health personnel will describe their partnerships for responding to incidents involving behavioral health issues.
Thursday
18
Zoom -- link will be sent upon completion of registration.
4:00 PM
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A history of the League of Women Voters of Colorado by Bobbie Heisterkamp and Rona Shor, members of LWVCO‘s History Committee

April, 2021

Thursday
8
A link to the Zoom webinar will be posted on the LWV website prior to the event.
12:00 PM
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Bruce Barnum from the Colorado Center on Law and Policy (CCLP) will present a one-hour webinar on the self-sufficiency standard, focusing on Montrose, Delta, and Ouray counties. Drawing on the CCLP‘s publications, Colorado Self-Sufficiency Standard and the State of Working Colorado, Mr. Barnum will discuss how issues such as affordable housing impact the residents of western Colorado. Prepared every few years for Colorado Center on Law and Policy by the Center for Women’s Welfare at the University of Washington, the Self-Sufficiency Standard calculates how much income a family must earn to meet basic needs such as housing, child care, food and transportation costs without public or private assistance based on family composition in each of Colorado’s counties.
Thursday
8
via Zoom -- link will be sent upon completion of registration
5:30 PM
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Join the Colorado Historical Foundation to learn about its recent project to identify places associated with the Women‘s Suffrage Movement in Colorado. The presentation will give an overview of the movement‘s history in the state beginning in the 1860s when Colorado was still a territory up through the state‘s role in the national suffrage effort that culminated in the 1920 ratification of the 19th amendment. Places around the state that are associated with the different eras of the movement will be highlighted, as will the plan to continue that identification effort moving forward.

May, 2021

Friday
21
via Zoom -- link will be sent upon completion of registration
4:00 PM
Saturday
22
via Zoom -- link will be sent upon completion of registration
4:00 PM