February 24, 2021 In this newsletter you will find the second installment of FAQs from the Dialogue Sessions: History, International Relations, Benefits of Membership, Reserves, Member Proposals. The third and final installment will be released at the endContinue reading “Dialogue Sessions Documents: Part 2”
Monthly Archives: February 2021
CFUW Hamilton March Connections
Dialogue Session Documents
For your information and convenience we are sharing National’s response to questions posed at the recent Dialogue session. February 19, 2021 First of all, thank you to everyone for their patience waiting forContinue reading “Dialogue Session Documents”
There are four resolutions to be discussed at the March 16th CFUW Hamilton General Meeting. For your convenience, we are sharing a slide show of the proposed resolutions. Also included is a link to the complete resolution package. Our Advocacy and Action committee have once again agreed to take on the task of reviewing andContinue reading “Resolutions 2021”
Thank You Joanne Feddes and La Primavera Farms
A big thank you to our speaker last night Joanne Feddes. Joanne’s presentation was just what we needed to remind us that spring is right around the corner. Here is a short video from Joanne and La Primavera Farms.
GWI & CFUW – Historical Context and Benefits of Membership
The attached slideshow come from CFUW National and is a brief summary and GWI and some of the benefits of membership. You can read more about GWI on their website https://graduatewomen.org . The GWI website can also be accessed by going to the GWI heading on our homepage menu.
GWI and CFUW
The slideshow below comes from CFUW National and was prepared by our VP International Relations. You can read more about GWI on their website https://graduatewomen.org . The GWI website can also be accessed by going to the GWI heading on our homepage menu.
February Keynote Speaker – Joanne Feddes of La Primavera Farms
Invitation to McMaster’s MIRA Program “Meet My Hamilton”
We are sharing an invitation from McMaster, for adults over the age of 60, to participate in a virtual intergeneration program offered by the McMaster Institute for Aging (MIRA). For your convenience we have included the sign-up form should you choose to take part in the program.