AAUW is the oldest women’s organization in the USA. Our mission is to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, and research. We have general meetings and various interest groups. Our major fundraiser is our annual used book sale.
All members, even new ones, are encouraged to participate as board members, group chairs, convention attendees, and book sale workers, in order to get the most out of the AAUW experience.
“The Garden State: Where Ideas Grow” by Linda Barth.
M&M’s, solar panels, transistors, flexible film and Graham crackers are but a few of the useful and unique creations from the minds of Garden State residents. Not to mention the 1,093 patents issued to Thomas Alva Edison. Learn about the many inventions and innovations that came from the minds of Garden State people.
Join us for an interesting talk on Tuesday, April 12th, starting at 7:00pm at the Bernards Township Library. Prior to the program, light refreshments will be served starting at 6:30pm. The meeting is free and open to the public. Encourage your friends to attend. Bring your mug to spare the environment from disposables!
For more information about AAUW, please contact Teri Passarello at 908-313-8421 or email@example.com.
ANNUAL AWARDS DINNER – May 10, 6:00 – 9:00, Bridgewater Manor, 1251 Route 202/206, Bridgewater – Our Annual Dinner and Reception celebrates the success of last summer’s book sale with the awarding of grants and scholarships, and the recognition of this year’s named gift honoree. This year, we are excited to have a current AAUW fellow attending, Rebecca Cypess, who is currently a faculty member at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. She will speak to us a bit about her research on 17th and 18th century music, AAUW’s sponsorship, and even give us a short harpsicord performance.
Dinner will be a sumptuous buffet including: appetizers; gourmet salads; three hot dishes, chicken over spinach, pork tenderloin with rosemary & garlic, pan-seared tilapia with leeks & chives; two captain’s stations, one pasta, the other a carved iron steak; a selection of vegetables; and for dessert, cheesecake, coffee and tea. A cash bar will be open. The cost for the dinner is $58. Please make checks out to: “AAUW Somerset Hills”, and bring them to the April meeting or mail them to Jean Aurnhammer, 39 North Brook Ave., Basking Ridge, 07920, by April 25.