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2017 20th annual tour is April 22
KITCHENS BAY TO BAY… click to read more

Youtube – Victoria Poling speaks to chapter Jan. 21, 2017
Tech Trek young women talk at our October 2016 meeting about their summer experience
Justice Madsen speaks at our October 2016 meeting

Members in the News: Anita Edwards and Debbi Steele helping organize Port Townsend women going to Seattle Women’s March January 2017

More about us in the news…

Branch Meeting March 18 Saturday – Women in Charge — Women in Boats — click here for more info

Women in Charge is our theme for the year. March the topic will be Women in Boats, and we will be hearing from a member of the only all-women crew from last year’s Race to Alaska.

L-R: Debbi Steele, Susie Pool Moses, Jeanie Glaspell, Judy Sroufe, Cheryl Bentley, Anne Virtue

L-R: Debbi Steele, Susie Pool Moses, Jeanie Glaspell, Judy Sroufe, Cheryl Bentley, Anne Virtue

Meetings – click here for calendar

An Exciting Lobby Day Experience for our Public Policy group: Six members from AAUWPT attended the AAUW Washington Lobby Day in Olympia on Monday, January 30, to meet with our two Representatives and one Senator.

The Silent Auction was another success! To date over $5,500 has been raised

Many AAUW members throughout the state supported the women’s march in Seattle. Read more about this event on Facebook.

Contact us anytime if you have questions! president@aauwpt.orgmembership@aauwpt.org

AAUW Port Townsend is the largest AAUW branch in the state of Washington.
The branch includes nearly 200 active and involved members living in and around the historic seaport town of Port Townsend, Washington. We have been active advocates for women and education since the branch was founded in 1948.

Our Mission

The Port Townsend Branch of AAUW is committed to making a significant impact on education and equity for all women and girls. We will remove barriers and develop opportunities for all women and girls in East Jefferson County to reach their full potential.

Our Goals

  • to support economic opportunities for women and girls;
  • to support educational equity for women and girls;
  • to advocate equity in public policy;
  • to honor women who demonstrate leadership and commitment.

In principle and in practice, AAUW values and seeks a diverse membership. There shall be no barriers to full participation in this organization on the basis of gender, race, creed, age, sexual orientation, national origin or disability.

Interested in joining us?
See information on Membership Join Us page. Contact us anytime to chat about our activities and organization: membership@aauwpt.org

Our Branch Governing Documents
See our By Laws and other policy documents.