LWVNJ Centennial Luncheon
POSTPONED due to COVID-19
We will announce the rescheduled date as soon as we can.
The League of Women Voters of New Jersey will be holding an afternoon sit down luncheon to celebrate our 100th anniversary! Join us to reflect on our roots in the Suffragist movement, honor past presidents, applaud our members' achievements, and get ready for the next 100 years of fighting for voting rights. .
We have a lot to celebrate together. We also have a lot to look forward to. We know that we can count on future generations of League members to follow in these footsteps. Our 100 years of experience positions us to mentor and mobilize the next generation of activists. You are guaranteed to leave this inspirational afternoon feeling proud of your involvement in the League and ready to get to work on keeping the League strong and vital for the next 100 years! Invite your friends and family to share in this historic moment.
Sit Down Luncheon featuring your choice:
Grilled New York Sirloin Steak, Blue Cheese and Mushrooms
Chicken Florentine Bechamel, Francaise Chicken, Spinach, Pecorina, Mozzarella
Grilled Fillet of Salmon, Chive Beurre Blanc
Chef's Vegetarian selection
Chef's Gluten-Free selection
Living History Project:
We want to hear your stories! Please reflect on why you joined the League of Women Voters and what satisfaction the League has brought you. Your responses will be shared in a commemorative program distributed at the luncheon. We want to hear about the impact the League has made on your life. Please email your 250 word response to email@example.com by February 24, 2020.
Local Leagues and League members have the opportunity to include an ad in the commemorative luncheon program in celebration of an achievement or in honor of an extraordinary League leader. Half page ads are available for $250. Contact Jesse Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about purchasing an ad.
Our Luncheon will feature an update on our Centennial Campaign and offer inspiration from the past and for the future. In order to plan for the next 100 years, the League has a mobilized a Centennial Campaign to provide the financial resources we need to monitor the health and quality of our democracy and sustain long-term stewardship efforts. If you are unable to attend the luncheon, but are interested in discussing how you contribute to our Centennial Campaign, contact Jesse Burns at email@example.com.
From LWVNJ: We will announce the rescheduled date as soon as we can.