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Representing League Aug. 2017
Student member Margaret with Sherry and Gwen proudly representing League at the Granny D March, Aug. 12, 2017 in Dublin.
At state Convention 2015--past presidents
Four LWVNH state board past presidents attended the state convention in June 2015, and three of them sat for this photo (right). From left, past president and energy policy specialist Sally Davis, past president and NH Voter past editor Ginny Higgins, and past president Lillian Nelligan who currently chairs the LWVNH Education Fund. Thank you all for guiding our League in the past and continuing to be active.
Also at convention, seriously listening to our guest speaker, was past president and former League liaison to Open Democracy Jane Armstrong.
LWVNH Convention 2015
Held at Hopkinton Library, state convention drew members from many parts of NH to enjoy a presentation by Open Democracy Executive Director Dan Weeks and a presentation on the Marilla Ricker portrait project by president Liz Tentarelli and Sara McNeil.
Quad States 2015 & 2016
April 2016: Twelve members of LWVNH attended the new England League Leadership Conference this year. Unfortunately we never stood still long enough for a good photo.
May 2015: LWVNH members attended the New England Leadership Conference (formerly called Quad States) along with League members from VT, ME, RI, and CT.
Pictured L to R are state board members Peg Fargo,Mary Perry, Joan Ashwell, and Nancy Marashio. Also past president Jane Armstrong and LWVK/S board member Claire Vannatta.
League member Ellen Hawkes Little, who had been active in the Greater Capital Area local League as long as her health allowed, passed away on Jan. 30, 2019 at the age of 93. Ellen was part of our state incarceration study and always brought interesting questions and comments to our discussion. She taught for many years, working part-time to earn her Ph.D. in Education in 1972. She then taught at Empire State College (part of SUNY), finally moving to Concord in 2002. She will be missed.
League member Jane Guise of the LWV Kearsarge/Sunapee Area passed away on January 13, 2019, the day after her 90th birthday party. Jane devoted years of her life to community action work focused on peace, civil and human rights. She worked for 13 years at American Friends Service Committee in Massachusetts. She had been a League member for several years and will be missed.
We are saddened to report the passing of long-time League member Mary Epremian on Nov. 7, 2018. Mary was a member of LWV Kearsarge/Sunapee and served on their board in the 1990's and early part of this century. Read her obituary here. For many years Mary would volunteer to create floral arrangements from her extensive garden for the League's annual September potluck supper tables.
On November 23, 2018, League member Richard Haines of New London passed away. We send our condolences to LWVKearsarge/Sunapee board member Janet Miller Haines on the passing of her husband.
We have learned of the passing on June 28, 2018 of long-time League member Mary Mudge. Mary was a member of the Upper Valley League for many years. Read her obituary here.