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Welcome to the Somerset Hills Branch of AAUW

AAUW (National) is the oldest women’s organization in the USA. The AAUW mission is to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, and research. The Somerset Hills AAUW branch has 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, in group activities, and book sale volunteers in order to get the most out of the AAUW experience.

AAUW Somerset Hills Branch Program – September 2022

AAUW Somerset Hills invites the public to a free program on Tuesday, September 13 at 7:00 pm at the Bernards Township Library (Program also available via Zoom) 

Rita Gigante has dedicated her adult life to healing people spiritually, emotionally and physically. She has a degree in Exercise Physiology and is a licensed massage therapist. Rita is also a Psychic, Medium, Healer, Teacher and Author. Rita has a private practice outside of New York City, where she serves clients using hypnotherapy, intuitive healing, spiritual counseling, sound therapy, and intuitive readings.

Rita uses psychic and mediumship abilities to channel information directly through guides, teachers, masters and angels, as well as past loved ones. There will also be time for Q & A for participants.

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The Bernards Township Library is located at 32 S Maple Ave, Basking Ridge. 

The library and Zoom doors open at 6:30 for gathering and socializing.

AAUW is the oldest women’s organization in the country, advocating for women and girls since 1881 and into the future.

New members are always welcome. For more information, email Teri Passarello at info@somersethillsaauw.org or call/text 908-313-8421.

2022 Annual Used Book Sale hits record attendance!

 THANK YOU to all who have made the 2022 AAUW Somerset Hills Used Book Sale and Branch fundraiser such a big success!

SPECIAL THANKS should be given to 1) all the students from 8 different high schools and middle schools who donated their time while gaining community service credits, 2) all our friends, both new and old, from the local community who donated books and their valuable time to support the sale, 3) the book sale committee and all the branch members who donated books and their valuable time to support the sale, 4) the Bernardsville Middle School, our sale venue host, 5) Robin Marion who graciously allows us to store books on her property, and lastly, a big thank to Charlie Zavalick, editor of The Bernardsville News, who provides major coverage of our sale with wonderful articles and great photos!


2022 Book Sale Day 1