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February, 2024

Friday
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League trained volunteers will register students to vote
Saturday
3
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League trained volunteers will register electors to vote.
Monday
5
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The United States and Middle East are at a crossroads.
In spite of a reduced presence in the Middle East, the
U.S. still has significant national interests there and
the area is a key arena for global power politics. Can
the U.S. continue to defend its interests in the Middle
East and globally with a lower level of military and political
involvement, or should it recommit to a leading
role in the region?
Tuesday
6
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League trained volunteers will register students to vote
Tuesday
6
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League trained volunteers will register residents to vote
Tuesday
6
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VG committee met with Girl Scouts of Colorado to determine responsibilities for each organization
Thursday
8
Heart of the Rockies Church
11:30 AM
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As our country continues to struggle with finding sustainable solutions to a looming healthcare crisis, the Health Care Team is hard at work advocating for ideas that work.
Thursday
8
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League trained volunteers will register residents to vote
Thursday
8
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Betty J. Keller, MD, President, Vermont Physicians for a National Health Program, and LWVVT are trying to get support for their position on privatization in healthcare so that their concurrence can be added to LWVUS‘s agenda for the national conference! The deadline for them to submit this to National is MARCH 10th.
Friday
9
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League trained volunteers will register electors.
Saturday
10
Our Saviour's Lutheran Church
10:00 AM
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Join prospective and new members to learn about the history, mission and program priorities of the League and opportunities for involvement. We‘ll begin with refreshments and conversation followed by informal discussion. Bring a friend and your questions! RSVP by February 5 on the calendar. Carpooling can be arranged.
Monday
12
Fort Collins Senior Center, Prairie Sage Room 1 (IN-PERSON or VIRTUAL attendance options)
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We are offering BOTH IN-PERSON and VIRTUAL attendance for this event and recently increased capacity for both modes in response to high demand. You will have your choice of IN-PERSON or VIRTUAL attendance when you register. Thank you for your interest in this program!
Monday
12
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League trained volunteers will register electors to vote
Tuesday
13
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Joyce Kennedy, Executive Director of People & Pollinators Action Network will be joining us to update us on the Native Pollinating Insects Study that was released in January, and legislation going forward on Local Government Authority to Regulate Pesticide.
All are welcome!
Tuesday
13
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League trained volunteers will register students to vote
Tuesday
13
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This team meets on the second Tuesday of the month. All League members and potential League members are welcome.
Wednesday
14
We will meet in a member's home. Please contact Beth for more information.
10:30 AM
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n Soil: The Story of a Black Mother’s Garden, poet and scholar Camille T. Dungy recounts the seven-year odyssey to diversify her garden in the predominately white community of Fort Collins, Colorado. When she moved there in 2013, with her husband and daughter, the community held strict restrictions about what residents could and could not plant in their gardens.
Wednesday
14
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Monthly meeting for the LWVLC Board of Directors. This meeting will be held via Zoom. You must register in order to receive the Zoom link.
Social time from 2:45. Meeting begins at 3:00 and ends around 5:00.
Wednesday
14
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League trained volunteers will register electors
Wednesday
14
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PLEASE NOTE: This event is NOT the author‘s presentation. Camille Dungy‘s presentation is on Monday, February 12th (see the calendar). This is a regular meeting of the evening Informed Citizen Book Club. We will be discussing Soil in connection with the author‘s talk, and we would love to have you join us. If you are looking to register for Camille Dungy‘s presentation - you‘ll find it on the calendar for Feb 12th.
Thursday
15
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Dr. Barth is a Civil Engineer and an Associate Professor at CU. He has worked extensively with groundwater modeling throughout the Western US and will be talking about Groundwater.
Friday
16
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League trained volunteers will register new citizens
Monday
19
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During this Legislative Action Team meeting, we‘ll be reviewing actions the LAC has taken on bills thus far and checking in on the status of some of the bills. The information will be pulled together so that it can be disseminated to the LWVLC action teams.
Wednesday
21
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Join Rocky Mountain National Park‘s new Superintendent Gary
Ingram and Public Affairs Officer Kyle Patterson for a variety of
park updates. Scott Esser, the Director of the Continental Divide
Research Learning Center, will also be highlighting the park‘s
upcoming biennial research conference which will be held
March 6 and 7.
Wednesday
21
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You are invited to the planning meeting for the 2024 Women‘s Equality Day Planning Meeting. Let‘s collaborate to create a truly memorable event for this year‘s celebration. All are welcome!
Wednesday
21
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Get the "buzz" about pro-pollinator action and advocacy in south Larimer County, lots of ideas and advice about what to plant in your south Larimer County yard this spring, and get your native-plant gardening questions answered. LWVLC members Cindy Linafelter and Kathy Maher will provide a rundown of recent and upcoming pro-pollinator activities in the Loveland area and information on the benefits of choosing hyper-local native species for your gardens and landscapes, the problem with planting non-native plants, and the importance of including host and keystone native plant species in your yard.

This free event will be held on Zoom. We welcome League members as well as the general public to register for this presentation. Registration is required. Registrants will receive the Zoom link in a separate email.
Thursday
22
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Lisa Weil, Executive Director of Great Education Colorado, will discuss the work of Great Education Colorado and the GEC Every Student Welcome Network.
Tuesday
27