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2019

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2019


Thursday and Friday September 19-20, 2019

AAUW of New Jersey Goes to Seneca Falls New York

Coordinated by Central District

Updated!

AAUW of New Jersey Goes to Seneca Falls NY Flyer

We are a Go!

The Seneca Falls Convention was the first women’s rights convention. It advertised itself as “a convention to discuss the social, civil, and religious condition and rights of woman”. Held in Seneca Falls, NY. This was at the forefront of the Women’s Movement and Women’s Suffrage…

We will visit the * Historic National Park Site, Finger Lake Winery Tasting * The Women’s Hall of Fame and * The Home of Harriet Tubman one of our American Abolitionist in nearby Auburn       

Updated!

Seneca Falls Itinerary

uded on Bus Snack in accordance to Bus Driver’s gas/stretch stop at Individual expense

*Seneca Falls-  2:30-3:30  Women’s Rights National Historic Park Site    Independent tour at Visitors Center   3:30-4:30   An Educational Training Specialist will give Orientation Tour Included

* 5:00 pm Dinner at Historic Gould Hotel Pre-arranged… Individual Cost $35.00… This will be extra and collected on Bus.   Bar Service Individual expense

* Over-night stay at Ramada Plaza in Geneva on Lake Double Room $198.00 per person shared space…  NOTE: Single Room Individual Trip Expense $250.00

9/20 8:30-9:30 Breakfast Buffet Included                                                                                 9:30 am on Bus leave hotel

10:00 am National Women’s Hall of Fame Guided Tour Included

9/19
Bus Departure Times…
7:00 am Forked River Service Area GSP 76
7:30 am Monmouth Service Area GSP 99  (Only Food Service Areas available for Parking. They are Open 24 hrs… Not Commuter lots..
9:30 am Newton Park & Ride, located on South Park Drive behind the Newton ShopRite – (address is 127 Water Street (Rt 206), Newton). Parking lot has designated areas for overnight parking

*Breakfast Bagels, Munchkins, & water Included on Bus. Snack in accordance to Bus Driver gas/stretch stop Individual expense.

2:30-3:30 pm – arrive at Seneca Falls – Women’s Rights National Historic Park Site
3:30-4:30 Independent tour at Visitors Center – An Educational Training Specialist will give Orientation Tour
5:00 pm Dinner at Historic Gould Hotel Individual Cost $35.00
This will be extra and collected on Bus.   Bar Service Individual expense

* Over-night stay at Ramada Plaza in Geneva on Lake Double Room $198.00 per person shared space…  NOTE: Single Room Individual Trip Expense $250.00

9/20
8:30-9:30am Breakfast Buffet Included
9:30 am on Bus leave hotel
10:00 am National Women’s Hall of Fame Guided Tour Included
11:30 am on Bus leave Hall of Fame
12:00 pm Harriet Tubman Home Guided Tour Included
1:00 pm on Bus leave Harriet Tubman Home
1:30 pm Ventosa Vineyards Finger Lake Winery cheese plates/wine tasting – followed by
Late Lunch Included
3:00 pm on Bus leave Vineyard Homeward Bound
Snack in accordance to Bus Driver gas/stretch stop Individual expense
Approximate Arrival back at Service Area’s between 7:00-9:00 pm

The Total Cost is $198.00 Immediate Commitment Payable to AAUW NJ

Limited Availability

See Seneca Falls Itinerary for payment information

Questions: Contact Central District Coordinator:

Patricia Baroska


Saturday, October 12, 2019

8:30 AM – 2:30 PM

Register Now!

(Registration deadline: September 28th)

Location: Double Tree Suites by Hilton Mount Laurel

515 Fellowship Road North

Mount Laurel, NJ 08054

Phone: 856-778-8999

Cost $30 – Includes continental breakfast and lunch

After Registering, you can pay for the meeting online, using the following link:  

Pay Online

or PAY BY CHECK (Payable to AAUW NJ).

Mail to address in Fall Focus 2019 Flyer

AGENDA

8:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00 Morning Program – “Leadership Engages and Empowers” 

One of the challenges of working with groups is how to engage individuals so that they will become an effective team and help make the mission of the organization a reality. This workshop will give a brief overview of what can undermine motivation and then mainly focus on tools and techniques that can be used for Board, Staff, Volunteers, or Committees to engage and empower. Facilitated by Marge Smith Nonprofit Consultant and Founder & Chair of Princeton Community Works

11:30 Networking Luncheon Buffet

12:30 Afternoon Program – “Leadership in Action: Get SMART”

This session will focus on using the techniques and skills from the morning session to make an action plan using SMART technique. Working in cooperative groups, participants will clarify a short-term goal and make a plan to achieve it.

Facilitated by Jacqueline McGuinness.

2:30 Program Ends


2020


Save the date!
AAUW NJ Annual Meeting

Saturday, April 18, 2020

8:30 am-2:30 PM
Location: The Rutgers Club

85 Avenue E 2nd Floor

Piscataway, NJ


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