Making Democracy Work

What's New

This page contains current information such as flyers for upcoming events, copies of recent presentations, and other useful information.

General

You can now join LWVBC or make an additional donation to LWVBC online using your credit card. Payments are processed by Paypal but you do NOT need a Paypal account to contribute. See the "Join LWV" or "Donate to Us" or "Dues" sections for further information or click on the buttons below:

Join the League! Donate Renew Your Membership Now!

Check out our legislative interview with Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi at:

2019 Al Muratsuchi Legislative Interview

The May-June 2019 version of the Voter is now available at the following link:

May-June 2019 Voter

Since Homelessness is a major action area for LWVBC, we're going to be adding a page on the Website providing links to important information. We'll let you know as soon as this page is up and running. In the meantime, if you wish to become involved in this effort, contact Teri Neustaedter at tmufic@gmail.com for more information.

Volunteer Opportunities

Are you looking for ways to get more involved and meet other members? Click on the following link for some ideas:

2019 Volunteer Opportunities

Upcoming Meetings

Join us for our monthly Third Thursday mixer, which provides a convenient way to meet other members and discuss issues of interest in a relaxed, casual setting. This month's get-together will be held at Maderos Cocina Mexicana, at 231 S. Pacific Coast Highway in Redondo Beach. More details, including a map, are available on the Calendar page.

Presentations

Dr. Sam Chan's Powerpoint presentation from the "Optimizing Brain Health" forum is now available at the following link:

Brain Development and Resilience

We are still working on getting the Sherzais' presentation.

Ballot Measures

Book Club

The next meeting of the LWV Beach Cities Book Club will be on Thursday, July 25 from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm at St. Cross Episcopal Church (Room 5) in Hermosa Beach. The book to be read is the Pulitzer Prize winning book "Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom" by David W. Blight. More details are on the Calendar page, as are remaining 2019 dates (books to be selected later).