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Through groundbreaking reports and studies, testimony before Congress, national grassroots campaigns, powerful public education programs, and coalition work with other organizations, OWL is demonstrating that midlife and older women's needs are the needs of a caring, just society.

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Announcements:

Chapter meeting February 7.

 
Saturday, February 7, 2015

University House at Wallingford 4400 Stone Way North

10:30am - Coffee & Greetings
10:45am - Business Meeting

11:30 a.m.
Unraveling Some
Internet Mysteries

Guest Speaker: Gordon Harper

Gordon Harper, a long time computer enthusiast and former president of a computer user group in Taiwan, built his first website in 1996. After an early career as an English professor, he spent 16 years working with a nonprofit development organization in Asia. He will lead us in a discussion of internet – computer topics such as

  • Best Deals in Internet Service
  • Email Overload
  • Lost Documents
  • Useful Electronic Devices and more

FREE
- Everyone Welcome   - 


Call Carol Hannum for information (206) 325-6622
(Parking available under University House 44th Street entrance)

Recipients of OWL Scholarships
Recipients of OWL Scholarships with local chapter members

 
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