Agenda AAUW Ashland Retreat, June 8, 2018

All members are invited to join 👋 the AAUW Ashland Board Friday, June 8 to discuss our 2018-19 year.  Agenda topics include speakers for branch meetings, our strategic plan update, plans for a spring garage sale, and discussion of a change in venue for our branch meetings. ✍🏻✍🏻✍🏻 WE WANT TO HEAR YOUR OPINIONS. 👍  We will meet at the Gresham Room of the Ashland Library from 10am – 2pm and break for a potluck lunch.  Coffee 🍮and tea will be served. Bring your own tableware 🍽 and a dish to share. 🍇🥐🧀🍕🥪🍰 The library is closed Fridays so come to the back door.  If you arrive after 10am, there is a doorbell by the back door that should ring downstairs.

See you Friday! 😀🌷🌻🌸💐

Co-Presidents Gretchen King and Pam Shay


Celebration of Scholars/ OUR FUTURE LEADERS

Celebration of Scholars OUR FUTURE LEADERS:   Tuesday, May 22, 2018 in the Rogue River Room in Stevenson Union on the SOU Campus.  Doors will open at 5:30p.m. with light food and beverage service from 5:30 to 6:25.
The Scholarship Awards Ceremony will start at 6:30p.m. and following the program, we will continue the reception with wine, hors d’oeuvres, desserts and coffee.

AAUW advances equity for women and girls through
advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research.

Pay Equity Day

Our own Regina Ayars (District Public Policy Director) and Trish Garner (State Public Policy Director) will be interview on JPR on Jefferson Exchange on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 8:30am.
Tune in for this interview all about Our Equal Pay events.

Pay Equity Day

Branch Meeting Saturday March 10 Women in Film: In Front of and Behind the Camera

Women in Film: In Front of and Behind the Camera

Our March 10 Branch meeting will feature Joanne Feinberg, Associate Producer of the award-winning documentary “A Thousand Mothers.” The 39 minute long documentary will be followed by a discussion and Q&A.

“A Thousand Mothers,” set at an ancient nunnery above the Irrawaddy River, looks at the lives of Buddhist nuns in Sagaing, Myanmar and contrasts the opportunities offered to them at the nunnery to the limited choices available to girls and women in Myanmar itself. Directed by Kim Shelton, this documentary had an all women crew on the ground in Myanmar.

Joanne Feinberg founded Fein Films in 2015 after 11 years as Director of Programming at the Ashland Independent Film Festival. She was instrumental in creating this highly respected regional festival admired by filmmakers and audiences alike. She graduated with honors from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts with a combined degree in Cinema Studies and Film & TV Production.

Saturday, March 10, 9:30 am-12 noon

SOU Stevenson Union, Diversions Room

Parking Code


1. Once at a parking meter, press any button to wake the screen up. 
It will then prompt you to enter your license plate number.
2. Type in your license plate number, then press enter. (IMPORTANT: Make sure to include all letters and numbers in the correct order. Do not include spaces).
There will then be various pay rate options that appear on the screen. 
3. Using the More Options button, scroll down the menu until you see the rate “Day Pass by Code”; press enter to select that option. 
It will then prompt you to enter a code. 
4. Type in the code using the numerical and alphabetical keypad, then press enter.
It will then give you the option to print out a receipt. 
5. Click OKAY to print a receipt. Click CANCEL if you do not want a receipt.
Your license plate is updated into the system as valid to park for the day. Failure to enter your license plate correctly may result in a parking citation. You may display the receipt on your dashboard, however you are not required to do so.
6. You can now park in any Student Commuter (Green), Faculty/Staff (Yellow), or metered (White) parking lots. This pass is not valid for parking in spaces that are posted with signs as timed, reserved, or service/delivery spots.