SLO chapter of League of Women Voters is recognized

kleslie@thetribunenews.comSeptember 18, 2013 

The League of Women Voters of the United States recently recognized the San Luis Obispo County chapter for outstanding membership development — significant growth in membership and a “continued commitment to the community and the mission of the League of Women Voters,” according to a news release.

The local league, which has been active in San Luis Obispo County for more than 50 years, has more than 120 members, according to a news release.

The California League of Women Voters also recognized the San Luis Obispo County chapter for outstanding citizen education; it received the “Yellow Rose Award” — named for the roses worn by suffragettes — for its countywide celebration of “100 Years of Women’s Right to Vote in California.”

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