AAUW Luncheons

AAUW St. George Branch Member Luncheons

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Join our St. George Branch Member Luncheons

AAUW St. George Branch Member Luncheons are typically held the first Monday of the month from 11:00AM to 1:00PM. Guests are welcome and encouraged to attend!

Covid vaccination required

Registration Deadline: Wednesday prior to luncheon

2021-2022 Luncheon Schedule

Luncheons are held at the Holiday Inn St George Convention Center, 1808 South Crosby Way, St. George. (behind Convention Center)

11:00  Sign in and Social 11:30 Luncheon opens, and Meeting begins  1:00 Program ends

May 2, 2022

Scholarship Winners' Celebration

You don't want to miss what many consider the best luncheon of the year! Our scholarship winners will all be recognized and we'll have the opportunity to hear from several of these women.

Different Venue: Because this luncheon requires a bigger room, we will be meeting at the Hilton Garden Inn. 

Sep 13, 2021

Replaced with Webinar program.

October 4, 2021

Replaced with Webinar program

Past Events

April 4, 2022

 Annual Business Meeting & “What’s Your Purse-anality” Fun & Games

It’s important as a whole group to know the ins and outs of our strong organization. That said, we’re also going to have some fun and games as a
way to celebrate this past year and our wonderful group of community oriented individuals.

March 7, 2022

Cherish Families: Strides in Self Sufficiency Among Former Polygamous Women

Shirlee Draper will tell us about the Cherish Families organization. Cherish Families was founded and is entirely staffed by people from polygamist backgrounds. Their mission is to connect individuals and families, primarily those from polygamist cultures, with tools and resources for generational success.

February 7, 2022

Women in Leadership

Michelle Randall, Mayor of St. George: Michelle will be able to meet with us in person at 11:30. (lunch service will start 11:20)
Our own Nanette Billings, Mayor of Hurricane: Nanette will be joining us over zoom to share her experiences as a city council member, as well as the new mayor. 
Past President B.A. Secrist: B.A. will be examining leadership in our own organization as well exploring opportunities in the upcoming year.
January 3, 2022

Pika’aya Tooveep: Shivwits Women Act as Future Conservation Leaders 

The Pika’aya Tooveep (“Tortoise Land” in Shivwits) project was initiated as a way to engage and learn from the original caretakers of this area about the land, the species it supports, and our role in safeguarding it. Conserve Southwest Utah (CSU) established a partnership with the Shivwits Band of Paiutes, our local universities, Washington County’s Habitat Conservation Plan, and the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources to elevate Indigenous conservation perspectives in southwest Utah and offer rigorous internships for local college students. Join us on January 3rd to learn about CSU’s work to nurture the next generation of science and conservation leaders, and to hear from one of our Pika’aya Tooveep interns.

Sarah Thomas manages the Pika’aya Tooveep Program for Conserve Southwest Utah—the only non-profit group in St. George dedicated to protecting public lands and waters for future generations. Their CEO spoke to us in September about water issues.

Bethany Jake is the Pika’aya Tooveep Project’s Oral Historian. She is an enrolled member of the Shivwits Band and is currently earning her Master’s Degree in Behavior Analysis. She will also give a description of her life as a young Shivwits woman living in St. George.

 

December 6, 2021

Christmas Party and Santa For A Sister

November 15, 2021

This date has been moved to the 3rd Monday due to scheduling conflict.
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