September 19, 2018 Program
Getting Out the Youth Vote
Young voter turnout could make the difference in 2018,
according to many poll-watchers and political commentators.
Millennials (those born between the early 1980s to the mid/late 1990s) tend to be more progressive than their forebears and tend to support a legislative platform similar to BPWNC’s. They make up almost one–third of the voting population, but in the 2016 election only half of eligible voters between the ages of 18 and 29 cast their ballot.
How can that number be improved? Join us on Wednesday, September 19 to hear a panel of local youth activists and others involved in motivating young people to engage in the political process share their experiences, and passion for social justice and politics.
Gold Country Conference Center
1012 Sutton Way
Newcomers and Guests are always Welcome!
Social/networking hour begins at 5:30, dinner at 6pm
$22.50 per person
DEADLINE: Sept 16, 2018, 6:00pm
A pre-paid reservation is required for members and guests with form below:
For more information please contact Phyllis Orzalli
New York Steaks topped with seared prawns in a buttery white wine sauce.
Pesto Fettuccini Noodles/Corn on the Cob/ Garden Salad/
Clam Chowder/Homemade Apple Pie.
Wine will be available.
Vegetarian meals will be provided as requested.
When you RSVP, please denote whether you prefer a
vegetarian meal in the “Comments” section.
Social/Networking 5:30 p.m.; Dinner 6 p.m.
$22.50 per person for dinner/$5 for Program Only
Want to showcase your business or organization?
We encourage members and guests to bring business cards,
flyers or pamphlets to place on the sign-in table at
each dinner meeting!