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In the spirit of productive civic engagement, the League of Women Voters of Nevada would like to announce our Civility in Politics campaign for the 2017 legislative session.
During the 2017 Nevada legislative session, each week LWVNV will recognize one legislator nominated by a Nevadan as a civil discourse champion. And at the end of the session LWVNV will select eight overall Civility In Politics Champions; four from the Senate and four from the Assembly.
The legislative session starts Monday February 6, 2017; so beginning that week Nevadans can submit nominations for weekly civil discourse champions. For more information and in order to submit nominations, go to www.lwvnv.org.
Our Fall 2017 meetings will be held on the third Saturday of September, October and November. Networking starts at 9:00 am, breakfast at 9:30 am and presentation at 10:00 am. We meet at the University United Methodist Church, 4412 South Maryland Parkway across from UNLV, between Flamingo and Tropicana. Ample parking available.
Saturday, September 16: To be announced. Check back in August for program information.
NOTE: All League Meetings are open to the public and we encourage active participation in our question-and-answer sessions.
League General Meetings are held the 3rd Saturday of the month, September through November, and January through April; sometimes a May meeting is scheduled.
Meetings start at 9:00 with check-in and social time, 9:30 breakfast and 10:00 program. There is a cost of $15 for a full breakfast. The meeting itself is free; coffee is available for a donation if you do not have breakfast.
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