LWVMO 63rd State Convention

LWVMO 63rd State Convention
Friday, April 28- Saturday, April 29, 2017
Springfield, MO

Friday, April 28
The Convention will start on Friday afternoon at 2 p.m., followed by an early evening reception at Missouri State University’s Kenneth E. Meyer Alumni Center located in downtown Springfield and within walking distance of lots of great local eating and drinking establishments.

Saturday, April 29
Saturday’s meeting will be held at Drury University’s Trustee Science Center. This day will begin at 9:00 a.m., will include lunch, and will run until 3:00 p.m.

 Guest Speakers
Keynote Speaker—Crystal Quade
Crystal Quade is a newly elected member of the Missouri House of Representatives who has been named Vice President of the Freshman Legislative Class. 

Lindsey Baker, Missouri Budget Project
Lindsey Baker will share information from the Missouri Budget Project, an organization which  provides independent, objective research and analysis of state budget and tax issues.

Silent Auction Challenge!
The silent auction will be a bit different this year. We are asking each of the eight Missouri Leagues to put together a basket or box of goodies  that represent their area and their local businesses. 

Hotel Accommodations
The Holiday Inn Express on 1117 St. Louis St. in Springfield will have rooms reserved at a conference rate, first come first served. They have standard king or double rooms for the rate of $104. A free breakfast is included. For reservations, call (417) 862-0070. Mention “League of Women Voters” when registering. Deadline for this rate: March 29.

Registration Fee is $50. Deadline to Register: April 8.

Click here for details on the hotel, convention schedule and locations: Convention Schedule & Locations.

Click here for registration form and Delegate information: Registration Form and Delegate Information

 

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About lwvcbc

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy. We never support or oppose any political party or candidate. Any person of voting age may become a League member. The LWV of Columbia-Boone County is the League's local organization. We hold forums for local elections and advocate for local issues.

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