New Member Dining
Monday, July 23, 2018, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Little Apple Brewing Company, 110 Westloop Place, Manhattan KS
Meet us at the Angus Conference Room
This Dining Out meeting is to introduce old and new members, to create fellowship/ professional networks and to explore a new restaurant in the Manhattan area. The special multicourse dinner menu (includes tax and tip) is only $13 or participants can pick any item from the menu.
Format of event will include the following:
6:00 pm: Guests arrive for initial meet and greet. Participants elect dinner choices.
6:45 pm: Ms. Mary Stamey (President of AAUW Manhattan Branch) will welcome guests and talk about AAUW.
7:00 pm: Intro of VIP guests and new members by existing AAUW members
7:30 pm: Discussion on upcoming programs calendar
8:00pm: Social hour
AAUW Manhattan Branch
The AAUW Manhattan (KS) Branch is one of the seven active branches in Kansas and was established in 1920. Our members are knowledgeable, interesting women of various ages and backgrounds joined together to promote the interests and provide support to women and girls in our growing, vibrant community. We also thoroughly enjoy just being together! K-State students and faculty can further take advantage of AAUW’s programs and resources by participating in the new student organization, AAUW at Kansas State University. Learn more under the K-STATE PARTNER section or visit them on Facebook @AAUW at K-State.
Important goals for our local branch are:
- Passionately uniting to promote the advancement and equity for women in education, career paths, pay, leadership, and economic and political opportunities.
- Networking locally and nationally with women who support equal opportunities and advancement for women and girls.
- Sustaining AAUW-Manhattan Branch heritage to the community by providing branch scholarships to K-State non-traditional female students.
- Promoting AAUW National fellowships and grants to women scholars and community projects that benefit women and girls.
A Manhattan (KS) Branch membership form is available in the Join section.
Interested in obtaining more information about upcoming meetings or membership? Please contact:
- Branch email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mary Stamey, President (email@example.com, 785-565-3295)
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