Click the links below to see coverage of AAUW Port Townsend in local news media.
(Articles courtesy of Peninsula Daily News and The Port Townsend & Jefferson County Leader, Port Ludlow Voice)
January 2021 – Women’s March – read more…
Siobhan Canty receives AAUW Woman of Excellence award – PDNews…
February 2020 – Home & Kitchen Tour in the Home & Garden special section and Scholarships’ Deadline announced PDNews…
November 2019 – Port Ludlow Voice page 9 – The Year Ahead for AAUW PT
PDNews 11/20/19 – Tech Trek campers report…
October 2019 – Tech Trek campers – PT Leader Oct. 19
May 2019 – Scholarships – PT Leader
April 27 – KPTZ radio interview about Tour
March/April 2019 – Home & Kitchen Tour news – Port Ludlow Voice pg. 13…
Pen. Daily News – preview — Pen. Daily News – during
Google search finds – Facebook event – PTGuide – MyCityScene – PDNewsCalendar
January 2019 – Mention from Ned Luce of PT Leader about our Chimacum tutoring project with the Port Ludlow Yacht Club Women’s Group.
PT Leader 1/2/19 feature on AAUW tech scholarship and other UWF scholarship info
October and November 2018 – Port Ludlow Voice
April 2018: We were on the KPTZ radio April 17 12:30 pm with host Missy Nielsen. Everybody Can show discusses AAUW’s commitment to scholars, women and kitchens in Port Townsend. Jean Stasny, Co-President of AAUW and Celia Fry, UWF Vice-President of Scholarships, discuss how unique this particular chapter of the American Association of University Women is and how you can support their efforts to bring higher education to women. CLICK TO LISTEN…
March 2018: Our AAUW branch expects to send several local young women to Tech Trek this summer using grant funding provided by the Cross Charitable Foundation (www.CrossCharitableFoundation.org)
March 2018: Art as Transition panelists
December 2017: Woman of Excellence Award to Jean Camfield –
Quiet dedication’ to community lauded – read more…
read more about the Woman of Excellence Award…click here
November 2017: From our National AAUW leaders: It was 136 years ago when 17 trailblazing women came together and formed what is today AAUW. Their mission to empower women and girls lives on, embodied by a powerful network of dedicated and passionate members, supporters, and volunteers. AAUW continues to impact the lives of countless women and girls because of you and more than 170,000 others who have committed to making our mission a reality.
Your dedication to the purpose that brought our founders together is what makes the 2,000 AAUW communities and campuses across the country strong. You champion Title IX and safe campuses. You demand equal pay for equal work. You push for gender equity in STEM fields. You empower the next generation of women leaders.
June 2017: Our 2017-2018 Scholarship Awards
April 2017: Kitchen Tour house highlighted
April 2017: Career Days at middle schools a success
Congratulations to Kathy Constantine! Her art piece, “A Day in Spring,” was one of six winners in National AAUW’s 2017 Art Contest.
See more of her art at our local Northwind Arts Center….
Jan. 21, 2017 many AAUW members throughout the state supported the women’s march in Seattle. Read more about this event on Facebook.
Dec 2016: Woman of Excellence to Teri Nomura
June 2016: UWF Scholarships announced
April 2016: 36th AAUW Port Townsend Named Gift Honoree
October 2015: AAUW honors its Tech Trek’ers