CWM Newsletter 3.5.17

All of the Upcoming Event and Group Meeting information  is also listed on our Facebook page. Send your notices (especially what you did last week) to and I’ll try to send out a weekly newsletter with updates.And don’t forget to post your information on Facebook.

March On! 
Jan Andersonjan

Group Meetings     

Tuesday, March 7
6-7 pm.

Women’s Health Group
At the home of Mickey Hall. Contact her at

Monday, March 13
6-8 pm.

Environmental Group
Temple Israel, 4901 Providence Rd. Contact Karen Knoble if interested:

Tuesday, March 14
Voter Registration and Candidate Support Group
At the home of Heloise Merrill. Contact her at

Upcoming Events                     

Wednesday, March 8
International Women’s Day •  6:30 pm •  International House 

Wednesday March 8
A Day Without Women. Do not go to work, avoid spending money and wear RED. More at

Thursday March 9
Dr. Robert Zarr is talking about bringing sanity to our healthcare system •  6:30 pm •  Midwood International Center, 1817 Central Ave.

Tuesday, March 14 
Women’s Advocacy Day in Raleigh, beginning at the Museum of Natural Sciences and proceeding with visit to our legislators. For more information contact

Saturday March 18 
Heloise Merrill is organizing voter registration during the Charlotte St. Patrick’s Day festivities and needs volunteers. Contact her at

Thursday March 30
Breaking Bread: Women in Social Change. The Issues, the March, the Movement, $40. Jan Anderson is a panelist. 6:30 pm •  Levine Museum

Tuesday April 18
Charlotte Women’s March General Meeting. Park in garage, entrance on Ninth St. between Tryon and Church. Bring ticket inside for validation •  5:30 – 8:00 pm •  First United Methodist Church, 501 N. Tryon St.

Saturday April 22, 10-2
Charlotte March for Science during earth
Day Celebration. More to come. Facebook: marchforscience.

Wednesday June 21
Charlotte Women’s March Summer Social. Bring a friend and enjoy our company •  
5-8:00 pm. •  Free Range Brewing 2320 N. Davidson St.

Other Actions  

 Call or write Richard Burr and ask him to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Russian involvement in the elections and with the Trump campaign. 202/224-3154 or 800/685-8916.  

Call or write your state legislator concerning HB 62. It is another attempt at legislating women’s health and it is not even a medically tested procedure. Contact Speaker Tim Moore (919/733-3451) and Senate Leader Phil Berger (919/733-5708). More on our Facebook page.

We are still interested in contacting Wells Fargo to see if we can meet at their space under Knight Theater

All of this information is posted on our Facebook page in greater detail.
Keep us posted on what you have done: send your notices and photos to

You can help rally the troops so we don’t ever forget:
this is NOT the new normal!

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