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.
It's time for a discussion about what we can do in small ways that will make a collective big difference toward minimizing negative impacts on planet earth. Be ready to find happy homes for household excess and find out more about how to help others, too. Four groups are lined up for our recycling event this month. They are SCARCE, Enviro Team - City of Naperville, Sharing Connection, and Second Chance - Family Service Center. They will introduce us to social service groups and ideas to reduce climate disruption. Rather than adding to landfills, electronics, Styrofoam, tote bags, crayons, and more can have practical repurposing and recycling options that are better than leaving them at the curb.
The format will be tables around the room with self-introductions and, depending on the crowd, a possible sit-around discussion amongst all present as a wrap-up. As usual, we'll be at City Hall, Lower Room B on Wednesday, May 18, at 7 PM. Be sure to invite friends and neighbors to this event!
On Friday, February 27, 2015, Ray McGury, Executive Director; Brad Wilson, Director of Recreation and Eric Shutes, Director of Planning, spoke to members of the LWV Naperville in the lower level of City Hall. Each spoke and answered questions regarding the improvements at Sportsman's Park.
The update can be found at:Sportmans Update
|The League of Women Voters of Naperville is now accepting online donations and membership dues payments. If you are new to Naperville and want to join the league you can also do that online.|
Rooted in the movement that secured women the right to vote, the League of Women Voters has always been committed to registering, educating and turning out voters -- and we're not stopping now. To help us continue this vital work, please make a donation today. Your support helps the League continue to fight every day for free, fair and accessible democracy that works for all of its citizens -- not special interests.