League Activity

Voter Registration at Climate Strike

Along with members of the Seattle-King County League, LWVSC did voter registration at the WA Climate Strike on March 15. We registered 101 new voters in two hours! Invited to participate in the event by the student organizers, we were inspired by the energy and enthusiasm for combating climate change.

League Activity

Birthday Lunch

LWVSC held its celebration of the League's 99th birthday at the Greenside Grill in Everett. The 2019 Democracy in Action Award was presented to Kristin Kelly. Four women mayors were our honored guests. And, consistent with the theme of women in city government, Debbie Dimitre presented a character sketch of Bertha Knight Landes, Seattle's first woman mayor.

League Activity

Listening Session

Hosted by the League's Diversity Outreach Committee, the Listening Session was an open conversation about the current issues of members of multicultural communities in Snohomish County. We listened, were inspired, and will use what we heard to make connections, and foster engagement.

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Diversity: Conflict to Cohesion

A panel and audience discussion on Civil Discourse, facilitated by Bob Drewel and featuring leaders from diverse communities. The event was featured in the Everett Herald. The forum was recorded and broadcast on KSER, 90.7 FM. Listen to recording...

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New Student Voters at Everett High School

League members Leah Timberlake and Linda Adams helped students at Everett High School register to vote. Some are old enough to vote in the November election!

 

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Registering Voters at Jackson High School

League members worked with members of the school's Social Activism Club to help 101 students register to vote. Duncan Clausen, from the Snohomish County Elections office, pitched in to help when the volume of registrations got heavy.

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Voter Registration at Cascade HS

In October, 2018, League members helped students at Cascade High School register to vote. Most seniors were still 17, but for those who  would be 18 by November 6, this was an exciting experience and we were happy that we could share in their excitement.

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Voter Registration at EWHS

At Edmonds Woodway High School, a team of five students−Stephanie, Alyssa, Olivia, Kaitlynn, and Lena−created posters and announcements, visited classes, and used social media to promote voter registration. 149 students were registered and Representative Strom Peterson joined us.

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Voter Registration at LHS

At Lynnwood High School, student leader Meghan Potter organized a team to encourage their fellow students to register to vote. The LHS event featured matching T-shirts, raffles, balloons, music, and give-aways. Fifty-five new voters were registered in two hours.

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Voter Registration at MTHS

League members registered 77 new voters in two hours at Mountlake Terrace High School. MTHS student leaders Annika Prom, Sierra Clark, and Bani Bedi designed the promotional campaign and messaging, encouraging their fellow students to register to vote.

League participation

July 4th Parade in Edmonds

League members and supporters marched in the annual 4th of July Parade in Edmonds. Many spectators applauded the League, showing how much the community appreciates the work that the League does.