Unit meetings are resuming. Open to the public, you may choose one that fits your schedule and attend. 

Issues Discussion - Redistricting Training

Schedule for Unit Meetings

September 2017

 

TOWN CLUB UNIT– Wednesday, September 13 –  11:00 A.M.

Town Club - 1081 East South Temple

Unit Leader – Alice Steiner – 801-363-9193

akarsteiner@aol.com

 

GIRL SCOUT UNIT – Monday, September 25 – 11 A.M.–12:30 P.M.

Girl Scout Headquarters, 445 East, 4500 South

Unit Leader: Anne Zeigler 801-944-4163

annezeigler506@gmail.com

 

NITE OWLS – Monday, September 25 – 7:30 P.M.

862 East Harrison Ave.

Unit Leader: Judi Short – 801-487-7387

judi.short@gmail.com

 

BENCH BUNCH – Wednesday, September 27 – 10:00 A.M.

Holladay Library – 2150 East Murray-Holladay Road – 4730 South

Unit Leader: Nancy Melling 801-277-9118

ngmelling2@gmail.com

 

WEST SIDE UNIT – Wednesday, September 27 –  6 to 8 P.M.

Hunter Village Club House, 3440 So. Bambrugh Way (6845 W.)
West Valley City 84128

Unit Leader – Vickie Samuelson – 801-250-9210

vlwv0200@gmail.com

                               

SANDY UNIT – Thursday, September 28 – 10:00– 11:30 A.M.

Sandy Senior Citizens Center – 9310 So. 1300 East

Unit Leader - Janice Gygi - 801-550-3585

janice.gygi@uvu.edu

 

LIBRARY UNIT – Thursday, September 28 – 12:30 P.M.

Anderson-Foothill Library - 1135 So. 2100 East

Unit Leaders – Kathy Fitzgerald – 801-521-5790; Carole Straughn – 405-590-6982

klrfitzgerald@gmail.com

 

PARK CITY UNIT – Tuesday, September 26 – 11:00 A.M. (Double check with Jill)

Park City Public Library

1255 Park Avenue, Park City

Unit Leader – Jill Lesh – 435-655-1965

jilllesh@me.com

 


Unit Meetings are where League action starts.

Members are encouraged to join a unit to explore the issues and make recommendations on positions. Once approved by the board and adopted  by members, positions crafted from unit meetings become the foundation for advocacy and action.

According to League history, unit meetings got started during World War II in response to gasoline rationing when members found it easier to meet in neighborhood groups or “units.”

Unit meetings are still the foundation of the League. These days, unit meeting times and locations are organized around members’ schedules rather than neighborhood. There are unit meetings at breakfast, at midday and after work. And, members are always welcome to set up a new meeting time and location that will be more convenient for their schedules. Meetings are held from September through May of each year.


League of Women Voters Unit Meetings are made up of four to 15 people who want to discuss a study or become educated on a current topic.  

A study is done by local members, and can be a local, state or national topic. When a study or topic is discussed, both pros and cons, and a look at both sides of a subject are included.

Unit meetings are the “grassroots” of the League of Women Voters. They are where differing opinions are welcome and where consensus results in wording to which our members can agree.  




Check our calendar for information on dates and venues for unit meetings.