Saturday, April 8 – Branch Annual Meeting and Election of Officers.
Poco & Mom’s Cantina
7000 E. Tanque Verde Road
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
AAUW-Tucson Branch lunches for members will be $20.00. Cost for guests varies by venue. Email email@example.com for guest cost.
RSVP through EVITE, or EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org. Make checks payable to AAUW-Tucson Branch and mail to AAUW-Tucson Branch, PO Box 40822, Tucson, AZ 85717.
Year End News
Notice: Annual Committee Reports and a new Committee Funds Request Form is required from Committee Chairs to comply with the “paper trail” requirement for the IRS these are due at the next AAUW Board Meeting. These reports and forms will be used to create the upcoming year’s budget.
The next AAUW Tucson Branch Board meeting is Tuesday, March 21 – at 4PM. Please turn in reports and forms at this meeting.
Fund Requests must be turned in before the last board meeting of the year or they may not be funded for next year. Click here to download a copy of the Funding Request Form to fill out.
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