LWVWA Council 2018: Engaging the Future

  • 01 Jun 2018
  • 03 Jun 2018
  • Shilo Inns Suites Hotel 50 Comstock St Richland, WA
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Registration

  • For those who are not attending council but want to participate in the closing evening's dinner+keynote speaker.

Register

The League of Women Voters of Washington, together with our host League, League of Women Voters of Benton-Franklin Counties, cordially invite you to beautiful Richland, Washington, for our 2018 Council.

Council will be held Saturday, June 2 – Sunday, June 3. We will also have some pre-council activities on Friday, June 1st including MELD (Membership Engagement Leadership Development) Training and some fun local tours of the area. 

When Can I Register?

Now! Early bird registration is live. Prices go up on April 23rd. 


Who Can Come? 

You do not need to be an official delegate of your Local League to attend. You may attend all of the programming, the dinners, the social events and caucuses as an interested League Member, and if you have a great League prospect who is not yet a member, you can bring them, too.

We will keep updating the links below with additional details.

Where Is It? 

Richland, Washington

Shilo Inns Suites: To reserve your room, you must call the hotel directly and mention that you are with the League of Women Voters of Washington for June 1-3. 

Phone Number: 509-946-4661

Room rate is $99 (Double Queen) and $89 (Single King) plus taxes. 

Room rate includes a complimentary breakfast and is available May 31 through June 2 with check out on June 3. More details about the hotel here. 

Daily Highlights 

Friday

  • Precouncil Membership, Engagement, & Leadership Development (MELD) Training 
  • Local area tours 
  • Dine around Richland 
  • Relaxing over beverages—game night, story council, and caucuses

Saturday

  • Showcase of Six LL Programs that can boost Get Out the Vote in Your League 
  • Taking a Well-rounded Look at Hanford—Keynote Event moderated by Susan Leckband, LWVWA’s Representative on the Hanford Advisory Board 

Sunday

  • Engaging the Board—board retreats, LL program planning, and encouraging out of the box thinking 
  • National Delegate Caucus—plan for Chicago Public 
  • The State We’re In and Civics Education in Washington

After Hours Activities

  • Council After Hours: Join us in the ballroom after hours for beverages and snacks and a variety of ways to  visit with old friends and meet new ones. 
    Friday night 7:30-10:30 and Saturday night 9:00-11:00.
  • Caucusing: Join with others to learn about topics of mutual interest! Let us know your topic and which night you want too host a caucus table.
  • Storytelling: Practice one your two-minute League or activism "elevator" story while sitting in circle with others who are practicing their generous listening skills. When we share personal stories, we bring league work and community building to life.
  • Playing: We will have games about politics and games to make us laugh. If you have a game you would like to share, let us know.

More Information 

Schedule at-a-Glance (draft available now)

Caucuses—coming May 1st!

Silent Auction Baskets—coming soon!

Payment & Cancellation Policy Link—coming soon!


 LWVWA Council 2018 – See you in Richland!

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