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Changing Lives
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.

By speaking out and acting on their own behalf, OWL members are making important and lasting improvements in midlife and older women's lives.

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Announcements:

Chapter meeting April 4.

 
Saturday, April 4, 2015

University House at Wallingford 4400 Stone Way North

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

11:30 a.m.
Palliative Care, an Extra Layer of Support

Guest Speaker: Amy Hamblin

Amy Hamblin, Chair of the Community Advisory Board of the Cambia Palliative Care Center of Excellence University of Washington, will explain the goals of the Center to improve quality of life for patients and their families and to facilitate teamwork among health care workers caring for the patient.

Amy, an artist and arts administrator in Seattle and former director of a UW Medical Center Arts in Healing program, is committed to compassionate health care.


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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