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Our special guest at the November 23 Branch meeting will be the new artistic director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Nataki Garrett. You don’t want to miss this! Nataki is an engaging and inspirational speaker. She will talk about her life journey that has brought her to Ashland and her artistic vision for the Festival.
Endowment Committee Reception, October 16
Do you have questions about our “March to a Million” campaign or how you can participate in this exciting opportunity?
You are invited to attend a reception on Wednesday, October 16th from 5-7pmat the home of Diana Quirk. On hand will be Cristina Sanz, SOU Foundation Director of Development, who will update you on the SOU endowment fund progress and be available to answer any questions you might have.
This special evening will be hosted by the Endowment Committee and is limited to fifteen participants. Please RSVP to Jean Conger before September 30th.
October Branch Meeting: Legislative Update
October 26, 10:30 am. Mark your calendar!
District 5 Representative Pam Marsh will be our keynote speaker at the October 26th Branch meeting. The Salem legislative session lasted six months with controversial issues in the news frequently — funding to fight wildfires, firearms bill, Student Success Act, Title IX funding, vaccination bill, rent control and zoning bills, and more.
Rep. Marsh advocated along with other local legislators for legislation that would support Southern Oregon citizens. Some bills passed, others did not. Come hear Rep. Marsh tell us how “sausage is made in Salem”.
Where? Ashland Asante Community Hospital Conference Room