Please join YaleWomen Ontario Chapter for a potluck dinner hosted by Nina Lester. The theme for our group discussion will be current events in US politics and a review of the mid-term election results. All points of view are welcome!
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org by November 5 (due to space limitation, open to Yale alumnae only – attendance capped at 20). Nina will provide you with address information and a link to the pot-luck contributions sign up website.
YaleWomen Ontario Chapter Co-leaders:
Ruth Chen email@example.com
Nina Lester firstname.lastname@example.org
Ilene Solomon ilene.solomon@gmail..com
Christine Heselmann email@example.com
Heidi Melsheimer firstname.lastname@example.org
Theresa Stephen email@example.com
**** Founded in 2011, YaleWomen is a community of alums – at the global and chapter levels – across Yale College and the Graduate & Professional Schools, and across years, geography and personal and professional interests as well as a broad range of different experiences, perspectives, and opinions. As part of its mission, YaleWomen is committed to advancing women’s voices and perspectives. YaleWomen encourages its members at the global, national, and local levels to advance the issues they believe in by engaging in the public policy and electoral process, advocating for changes in particular areas of society, and providing education about such matters. As a 501c3, YaleWomen must do so within the constraints imposed by IRS rules regarding prohibiting lobbying, advocacy, and partisan activity. One of YaleWomen’s greatest strengths is inclusivity – bringing together and learning from the plurality of our voices, in ways that are both respectful and civil. Inclusivity is, in fact, one of YaleWomen’s core values. The plurality of voices – Yale women alums’ voices – produces democracy! ****
Join DC-area women for our monthly salon. We will have two locations, in Bethesda, MD and Arlington VA. A $7 fee covers the cost of refreshments which are purchased by the host. Sign up using these links: Arlington Salon or Bethesda Salon
What an exciting year YaleWomen Connecticut has had with some amazing events. Please join us in our final event of the year, a pot luck dinner hosted by Deborah Desir, MD ‘80 at her home in Woodbridge on Monday, December 3rd at 7:00 pm! In the spirit, hope and peace of the holiday season, join us as we gather round the table for good food, company and conversation.
This year we would like to collect diapers for The Diaper Bank of Connecticut. They are looking for diapers in size 4,5 and 6.
Please RSVP to Anne Boucher ’80 at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Thursday, November 29th. Capacity for is limited to 20.
What to bring? If you last name begins with * please bring:
G-L Main Dish
Please – if your plans change and you are no longer able to join us, let Anne know so that we can fill your spot from the wait list. We look forward to seeing and sharing holiday cheer and conversation with you!
Bring your family to our annual holiday service event at A Wider Circle. We will work in the North Pole to organize and wrap gifts for needy families. Please bring a new gift or wrapping paper to donate. Sign up at this link.
Maybe Santa lives on the South Pole? Let’s investigate the possibility with a presentation from Nisha Desai (YC ‘92)on her trek to the South Pole in December 2016. You’ll see photos from her trip and learn what it takes to prepare for an Antarctic expedition.
We’ll also be running our Second Annual Holiday Cookie Exchange. This event is for you if you like variety but don’t want to do it all yourself. Bring a plate of cookies (doesn't really matter how many) and some empty containers. Fill them up with an assortment of your choice so that you will have a mix of whatever looks interesting to you.
Have some eggnog, quiche and salad while you trade sweets.
If you're not a baker, fear not! You can bring anything you like or even nothing at all as there will be plenty to share. If we do this right there are no leftovers.
Address will be shared to those who RSVP that they will attend.
Come join us for the first annual YaleWomen Cookie Exchange on Sunday, December 9th from 2 pm to 4:30 pm at my house in Park Hill. I love nothing more than sampling a wide range of cookies and treats I've never tried or made before, don't you? Come celebrate the season armed with your favorite holiday cookies and recipe and leave with a variety of treats to share with the people in your life.
RSVP to Anne at email@example.com. As we get closer, I'll send out the address and cookie quantity request, which will depend on attendance.
Join us in the bar area at State Park for some libations, snacks, and camraderie. Pay as you go.
Some months ago, a few of us came together for a potluck dinner. Most of us had not met before but were interested in meeting other Yale women for an informal gathering. We meet monthly or so at the home of Margaret Loss, Law ’70, in Cambridge. It is open to all, any school or class.