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2019 LWVOWC Planning Meeting

As your local League, we believe in keeping our focus on issues with a local impact, so we devote our monthly general meetings to hot topics affecting Okaloosa & Walton Counties and their citizens. What issues would you like League to focus on next year and address at our meetings? How do you think we can best work together to better serve our community?

Your League needs your input to make the biggest impact in our county, so join us at 19 Buddy Lane, Santa Rosa Beach FL, from 1–3:00 pm on Saturday, 13 July, and let’s spend the afternoon developing a plan for the 2019–20 League year. We’ll provide refreshments and you will provide the ideas! RSVP today. See you there!

Directions to 19 Buddy Lane: Go EAST on Hwy 98. Pass the junction with Hwy 331. Just under 5 miles past Hwy 331, turn LEFT/NORTH onto Old Ferry Rd. Take the third RIGHT onto Buddy Lane. Proceed to #19.

2019 State of the County Report, Okaloosa County

The 20th annual Okaloosa County SOTC was held on 8 June at the Greater Fort Walton Beach Chamber of Commerce. The panel included County Commission Chair Kelly Windes, School Board Vice Chair Tim Bryant and County Judge Angela Mason. If you could not attend, read the meeting summary here.

Thanks for attending the 2019 Annual Meeting

Thanks to all members who attended the Annual meeting in person and by conference call. We are now ready for a new League year with new leadership. Learn about your new officers and board members here.

If you could not attend, please check out the updated Bylaws, Local Program and Nonpartisan Policy, and read the outgoing President's Annual Report.

Your Email Address: Be an informed League member

To effectively and efficiently communicate within the organization, League employs technologies—such as email —that achieve the broadest reach possible. LWVUS does not sell or trade member email addresses! They send national action alerts and weekly “Leaders’ Update” to those on the mailing list. Email is easily deleted if you don’t want to read it, but if you don’t receive it, you may miss out on important League information.

Be sure the League has your email address. Individual members can add their own email address to the national database through the national website.

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