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e-newsletter #5, October 31

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Sept. 29 – October 31, 2007

Please scan this list of “headlines” and if there’s something of interest, do read the full story. If these links are not “clickable” for you, go to for another copy of this and back issues, or use the “search” in the upper right of to go straight to the right article. [On any page, you can click an article title to get the page with just that article – may be more suitable for printing.]

New AAUW NC Web Site

  • New is launched (10/26/07) – The “old” site and the “blog” have been merged into one coordinated site with both news and background information. There’s still some cleanup to be done. Please let me know if you have comments or suggestions.

AAUW NC lost a great friend

AAUW NC Outreach Efforts

“Virtual booths” from meetings we’ve attended recently – watch for more like this …

AAUW NC Fall Meeting

As previously reported, everyone who responded to the question “Was the meeting worth your time and money?” said “yes” on both counts. If you missed the meeting, here’s some of the information we covered. Please do plan to join us in Greensboro for Convention April 18-20.

Belated information from AAUW Convention in Phoenix

Public Policy


Branch News

Do you want to get these messages in “real time” but don’t want to keep checking the web? You can use an “rss reader” to watch the announcements, but if you don’t want to make that leap, go to and look for the “Get updates by e-mail” link in the “Join the Discussion” section near the bottom of the grey, right-hand column. Click that, then enter your e-mail address and click “Subscribe”, and you’ll get them as they are posted. We still do use the e-mail list, (e-mail if you are getting this message second hand), but more and more information is getting posted to the news system so we don’t have to clutter your inbox.

See for more about RSS. See for the RSS feeds on the new

Starting with July, 2007, you can find back issues of this newsletter at and subscribe to that through an RSS feed.

If you’d like to add your branch news to this system, see this article. See also the branch websites with headlines from Asheville and Raleigh/Wake County: If there are updates to the branch website addresses, please send them to me.

If you have comments or suggestions on this e-newsletter system, please let me know.