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Join us for the February 15 Meeting @ 11:30-1:30, Pinon Room

Celebrate the LWV Birthday and Discuss Important League business.  

Unfortunately, we will not have a speaker as the Veterans speaker is not able to be here. 


  • Birthday Party

  • Brief Business Meeting

  • Report of LWVCO Legislative Conference

  • Update Building a Better Colorado

  • Discussion on Options for Candidates Forums

  • Discussion on Making Democracy Work Award

  • Discussion on Annual Dinner, April 18

Bring a  new or potential member.  




2016 Voter Service

Candidates & 
Marijuana Initiatives Forums 

March 9. Town of Poncha Springs. 
7:00. Poncha Springs Town Hall, 
330 Burnet Ave. Poncha Springs.

March 10.  Town of Buena Vista.
7:00 Pinon Room,
Buena Vista Community Center,
715 E. Main Street, Buena Vista. 

We'll need many members to help with these two events.

Scott Hartman, Voter Service Chairman
Contact Scott @:

Thanks for Renewing Your Dues!  

Please help spread the news about the LWVCC and ask a friend to join. Unfortunately we lost 7 members last year, and we hope they come back and we also want  new members.   Send your check to Marilyn Box, 33890 Vista Verde, Buena Vista CO 81211 or pay with a credit card on our website:   

Your membership helps support the work of the 96+ year old LWVUS and LWVCO.
We welcome you. 

$55.00 per single and $82.50 per household.  We offer a reduced membership. Contact Membership Committee, Melissa Smith or Rose Miric for details. 


Save the Dates

February 15.  Birthday Party & Members' Meeting
Noon-1:30 PM
Pinon Room, Buena Vista Community Center
715 E. Main Street

March 21. Methodist Church, Slaida
11:30 Social and Announcements
Noon-1:00 Kat McQuillan, Speaker
The Business and Issues of Legal Marijuana 

April 18.  Annual Dinner and Membership Meeting 
5:50 PM, Buena Vista
Details coming. 



Go to 
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Your Vote Counts

Education Advocacy?

LWVCO has partnered with Great Education Colorado in support of Great Ed’s goal to achieve adequate sources of revenue (LWVCO’s position) for Colorado’s public schools.  The Great Ed Action Summit is a training ground for community leaders  willing to take on the task of working for ballot issues, mil or bond issues, or  putting pressure on  the legislature to fully fund our public education system.  This is a great opportunity for Leaguers to sharpen their activist skills in the arena of education.  

Sally Augden
Legislative Action Committee

Nothing But The Facts...
Super Tuesday,
March 1, 2016 
Colorado Political Party Caucuses 

 Person/s to help with the eVoter newsletter. 
Contact Marjie or Gail. 
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