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Please join us at our monthly happy hour on Thursday, February 21, 5:30 at La Ferme (7101 Brookville Rd, Chevy Chase) All are welcome to attend. Members and non-members. Happy Hour will include a WDC Advocacy Day presentation. Plus, you will have an opportunity to sign up to attend! Advocacy Day is always a valuable and high-impact experience. You will learn more about how our laws are made, you will have the opportunity to attend the Women Legislators Caucus, you will support WDC's advocacy priorities, and you will have lunch with the MoCo delegation.
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Join WDC in Annapolis on Wednesday, February 27 from 8:15 am to 3:30 pm to see your State General Assembly in action and help WDC advocate for its legislative priorities.
Attend a meeting of the Women Legislators Caucus
Watch the Senate and House debate
Learn from your Annapolis delegation about their legislative priorities
Meet one-on-one with your State Senator and Delegates to advocate for WDC priorities
Observe a Committee hearing and hear testimony on important bills
This is a free members-only event, including lunch. Register here. Space will be limited so be sure to sign up early. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to meet your legislators and advocate for important legislation!
Questions? Email Leslie Milano
Free event. Lunch will be provided.
Registration closes Tuesday, February 19
Free Event | Register on Eventbrite . Montgomery County faces stubborn and, in some cases, worsening patterns of inequity across race, economic status, gender, and geography. Two troubling reports detail uneven access and unequal outcomes across core issues such as health, education, economic security, and more. Read the population health report here and the status of women report here.
Join the Woman’s Democratic Club as we hear from two local leading experts:
Travis Gayles, M.D., County Health Officer and Chief of Public Health Services
Diana Rubin, 2nd Vice President, Montgomery County Commission for Women
The presentation will be followed by a moderated Q&A, and suggestions for engagement on these critical challenges to our community.
Status of Women Report | A report by the Montgomery County Commission for Women
Note that the report is currently best viewed on a tablet or computer screen; the report sections may not load as intended on a mobile phone. Phone users are recommended to rotate their phones to landscape mode.
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