It’s Membership Renewal time again!

As a current member you should have received a letter a few weeks ago requesting that your membership dues for 2015-2016 be returned by June 15th.

Your annual dues have increased this year to $84.00 because of a $4.00 mandatory increase in state dues. The Branch keeps only $15.00 of the total amount for its operating expenses. An additional form allows you to add donations to AAUW Funds or Local Scholarships to your dues payment if you choose. The form is downloadable here.

This upcoming year promises to be an exciting one for members! The Branch will be celebrating its 50th anniversary in May 2016 and we want you to be part of the special events beginning with our Fall Membership breakfast and ending with a lovely champagne brunch at the North Ranch Country Club. In between, a variety of special programs will be organized along with our popular interest groups that so many of you enjoy. Renew NOW so you don’t miss any of this excitement.

The Challenges and Opportunities for Higher Education in Ventura County

Hosted by League of Women Voters, Alliance of Ventura County and AAUW of Thousand Oaks.
Luncheon at the Courtyard by Marriott, 600 E. Esplanade Drive, Oxnard on Saturday, June 13th at noon.
Dr. Richard Rush, President of CSU Channel Islands, will speak and take questions about issues facing public higher education in Ventura County. The public is welcome and encouraged to come and learn more about the future public higher education in our county.
Reservation MUST be made by June 8th.
Lunch choice includes a Cobb salad with smoked turkey, a Club Croissant turkey sandwich or a Veggie Sandwich
To reserve your seat go to this website or send your check to LWVVC, PO Box 787, Ventura, CA 93002 with your entree noted on it.
Contact Pam Pecarich for more information at ppecar@aol.com or (805) 797-4757
There is no cost to attend the speech only at 12:45 PM.

Special Olympics in July

Our Branch will be assisting in the Host Town activities for the Special Olympics in July. Our role will be to support the athletes in their sport training by assuring transportation and accessibility to facilities that they need. Our volunteers are also invited to the Host Town events such as the barbeque and party at the Conejo Creek Park during the days the athletes and coaches will be in Thousand Oaks.

For more information on the Special Olympics go to their website: www.la2015.org
To volunteer click here to contact Annette Broersma.


Check out our Interest Groups and the Event Calendar to see the upcoming activities of our branch.

Also see our Past Events page to find out about the many exciting activities we have enjoyed in the last year.