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2017 Events:
Dene Mosler
July
Dene Mosler
""Kansas Discovery Center: Play for Every Child"

July
No July meeting due to national holiday

Reverand Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan
June
Rev. Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan
"Kansas Interfaith Action: Bringing the Moral Voice to the State of Kansas"
Topeka Mayor Larry Wolgast
May
Larry Wolgast
"Topeka: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow"
Dennis Tenpenny
APR-
Dennis Tenpenny
"Long Term Services and Supports in Kansas: How are Seniors Faring?"
Janice DeBoer
MAR-
Janice DeBoer
"K4ad: Making Topeka Liveable for Seniors"
Angela McHardie
FEB-
Angela McHardie
"Juvenile Detention Alternative Initiative"
Cindi Haines
JAN-
Matt Pivnarik
"Destination Topeka"

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Please consider purchasing and bringing a box of diapers to the January Tuesday Topics meeting -- for the moms at Pineridge HousingVicki Arnett says diapers are an on-going need.  Vicki will take the diapers to Pineridge on behalf of our League.


Today's Suffragettes note cardsNew note cards are now available for purchase. 
These note cards show a color photograph of a sampling of our members standing by the statue of Lincoln on the Capitol grounds, with text that says “We are today’s suffragettes.”  We are selling packets of 5 note cards plus envelopes for $10. Buy cards on-line!

 

August
1
City Election Primary: Topeka registered voters: VOTE!
Tuesday Topics, TSCPL, 1515 SW 10th Av., Topeka.
Lunch provided by Mellinium Café Lunch is available at 11:30 a.m. for $10.
Speaker at Noon.
Lunch Menu: Meat lasagne, garlic bread, tossed salad, pie and iced tea.
Speaker will be Dene Mosler, Executive Director of the Kansas Children's Discovery Center, speaking on “Kansas Discovery Center: Play for Every Child.”
8
LWVTSC Board Meeting in the Hughes Room at TSCPL, 1515 SW 10th Av., Topeka. @ Noon. All members are welcome to attend!
September
5
Tuesday Topics, TSCPL, 1515 SW 10th Av., Topeka.
Lunch provided by Mellinium Café beginning at 11:30 AM. Speaker at Noon.
Lunch Menu: BBQ sandwich with baked cookie and iced tea. Meal costs $10.00
Speaker will be Susan Fangman, Kansas State University Extension Office, will speak about Medicare Part D. “Medicare Part D: The Importance of Reviewing Your Plan Every Year.”
8
American Civil Liberties UnionDemocracy Tomorrow: Increasing
Citizen Participation in Kansas

Wichita State University, Hughes Metropolitan Complex, Rm 180, 5015 E. 29th Street N., Wichita, KS 67220, 9:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Sponsored by ACLU; Co-sponsored by: LWVKS and NAACP
  An all-day summit seeks to explore ways to enhance civic participation and engagement in the state of Kansas. It will feature elected officials and leading thinkers from both Kansas and across the country to discuss ways to promote good citizenship practices.
   This event will serve as an opportunity for Kansas activists, legislators, and engaged citizens to begin a statewide conversation on the importance of promoting stronger civic health and higher levels of electoral participation.
R.S.V.P. online.
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LWVTSC Board of Directors Meeting, Topeka-Shawnee County
Public Library, Hughes Room, 12:00 p.m. Wichita State University Metroplex: Sponsored by ACLU, co-sponsored by LWVKS and NAACP.

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booksBooks, Bags and Beyond at the home of Judy and Don Moler, 401 SW Danbury Lane, Topeka, from 5-7 p.m.
   Ten dollars will give you admission to our fundraiser, to purchase gently used books and handbags. The "beyond" is the visiting and friendship to be had at this event. In addition, enjoy wine, cheese and a few pieces of jewelry already collected. Guests are welcomed.
   To secure your reservation, mail your check for $10 to Judy Moler, 401 SW Danbury Lane, bagsTopeka, KS 66606.
   If you wish to donate hardback or paperback books (5 years old or newer) or handbags, please contact Judy Moler, 273-8480.
   This was a great success the last two years, providing fun as well as raising money to support the good works of the Topeka-Shawnee County League of Women Voters.


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Voter Registration Day
National Voter Registration Day seeks to create broad awareness of voter registration opportunities to reach tens of thousands of voters who may not register otherwise. On this day volunteers and organizations from all over the country will "hit the streets" in a single day of coordinated field, technology and media efforts. Read details online.
October
3
Tuesday Topics, TSCPL, 1515 SW 10th Av., Topeka.
Lunch provided by Mellinium Café beginning at 11:30 AM. Speaker at Noon.
Lunch Menu: Quiche with tossed salad, rolls and butter, cookie and iced tea. Meal costs $10.00
Speaker will be Beth Clarkson, Wichita State University Professor, Title TBA.
21
League Day, Leavenworth, KS. Details TBA.
November
7
Tuesday Topics, TSCPL, 1515 SW 10th Av., Topeka.
Lunch provided by Mellinium Café beginning at 11:30 AM. Speaker at Noon.
Lunch Menu: Beef stew with rolls and butter, cake and iced tea. Meal costs $10.00
Speaker will be Imam Omar Hazim, Islamic Center of Topeka, will speak about the Islamic faith. Title TBA.
December
5
Tuesday Topics, TSCPL, 1515 SW 10th Av., Topeka.
Lunch Menu: Vegetable Beef Soup with Deli Sandwich (meats, condiments, homemade bun), cookie and iced tea. Meal costs $10.00
Forum--panel. Details TBA.
January 2018
2
Tuesday Topics, TSCPL, 1515 SW 10th Av., Topeka.
Speaker will be Jim Schnoebelen, Washburn University Professor. Title TBA.
February
7
Tuesday Topics, TSCPL, 1515 SW 10th Av., Topeka.
Speaker will be Maureen Cummins, Representative for All Shelters and Rescues in Kansas on the Pet Animal Advisory Board with the Department of Agriculture, speaking on “Enforcing the City and State Statutes Protecting Animals from Abuse and Neglect.”
March
6
Tuesday Topics, TSCPL, 1515 SW 10th Av., Topeka.
Speaker will be Bob Beatty, Faculty, Washburn University Political Science, speaking on “The Political Landscape in Kansas Heading into the 2018 Elections.”
April
3
Tuesday Topics, TSCPL, 1515 SW 10th Av., Topeka.
Speaker will be Amber Miller, Kansas Children's Service League, will speak about the work of KCSL at Highland Park Central and Stout elementary schools. Title TBA.
May
1
Tuesday Topics.
Meeting plans TBA.
June
5
Tuesday Topics
Speaker will be Bill Riphan, Topeka Parks and Recreation, will speak on “The History of Parks in Topeka.”

Tuesday Topics are held in room JCM 101B, across from the Millennium Cafe
at the Topeka-Shawnee County Public Library, unless otherwise indicated.
Meals are available to the first twenty-five arriving, @ $8.25/ea.
Checks payable to the Millennium Café.
If you need a ride to any League event, contact Tom Leucht or Jan Jaquith or by phone, 785-783-8967.

Helpful links to City/County/State/National governmental info


2017 Events Wrap-up:
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Tuesday Topics, Tuesday, August 1, 2017
Dene Mosler, Executive Director of the Kansas Children's Discovery Center, spoke on “Kansas Children's Discovery Center: Play for Every Child.”

Dennis BosleyGlennie BuckleyDene Mosler
Kansas Children's Discovery Center, Dene Mosler


NO JULY MEETING: Indpemdence Day, Tuesday, July 4, 2017


Candidate Forum for Mayor, Wed., June 19, 2017, @ Jayhawk Theatre
Candidates met the public from 6-6:45 p.m.; Forum was held 7-8:30 p.m. LWV-TSC was one of many forum sponsors.
All five mayoral Candidates anwsered questions from local media representatives before a standing-room-only crowd estimated at 230. Moderator was General Manager/CEO Eugene Williams of KTWU Public Televsion. Candidates were seated in the following order: Chris Schultz, Spencer Duncan, Michelle De La Isla, Clark Trammell and Mark Weiser.
Mayoral Candidtate Forum, Jayhawk Theatre


Voter Registration deadline was July 11 for the August 1st primary. Election Commissioner Andrew Howell encourages voters to ensure their voter registration is current before the registration deadline and to become familiar with the equipment prior to the August 1 Primary Election.  Advance voting in person at the Shawnee County Election Office started Monday, July 17. The Election Office will be open from 8:00 am – 6:00 pm for advance voting.
   This year, the Primary Election is for Topeka residents only and is citywide for the Office of Topeka Mayor.
   Anyone with any questions concerning their voter registration status may call the Shawnee County Election Office at (785) 251-5900.
   The Election Officehad the election equipment at the library at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library at specific hours on July 7, 8 and 9, 2017.


Marge HeeneyIn Memory...
Marjorye Savage “Marge” Heeney, 91, passed away on June 26, 2017 at Homestead Assisted Living, where she lived. Marge was active with the League of Women Voters, the Kansas Democratic Party, the United Way of Greater Topeka and Keep America Beautiful-Topeka and Shawnee County. She was born and raised in Oklahoma, but spent much of her life raising her four children, teaching and giving to the community of Topeka. Read news of Marge's passing online. Barney Heeney
   A feature about Marge appeared shortly before her passing. Read "Marge Heeney, Topeka's'Hat Lady,' inspires zeal for education and politics in others," in the Topeka Capital-Journal, by Samantha Foster, 6/20/2017.
   Marge's husband, Barney Heeney, who was also a long-time League member, died at age 93 on May 8, 2017, very shortly before Marge. Read his obituary online.
   Barney's obit states that the Heeneys, in buying their tombstone in the 1990s, had it inscribed, "Off on another adventure who can argue with that?"


New Member Reception, June 20, 2017
League Board was pleased to meet and greet over a dozen of our new or recently reinstated members. We enjoyed having time to learn more about everyone and hope that they learned a little more about the important work that our league is doing to promote transparency in government through our Observer Corps and our ever on-going efforts to register voters.
Special thanks to league president Judy Moler for offering up her home for this event and to all of our board members for their efforts in making this a success.


Tuesday Topics, Tuesday, June 6, 2017
Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan, Pastor of the United Universality Fellowship of Topeka and member of Topekans for Racial Justice, spoke on “Kansas Interfaith Action: Bringing the Moral Voice to the State of Kansas”
   June Tuesday Topics was held at the University United Methodist Church.  Lunch was catered by Jeff Ferrell. Sarah shared her life stories and experiences and how they influenced her beliefs and passion for justice.  She also shared her love for and inclusion of music in her work with individuals and groups. Sarah began her work in Dallas, Texas, moved to Denver, Colorado, and is now an activist in bringing the message of moral and social justice for people of all religions, ethnicities, and race to Topeka and Kansas. Her message was inclusive,  powerful,l and a challenge for us all. Sarah strongly suggested that we network with other groups that have the same or similar goals as the League of Women Voters. June Tuesday Topics meeting collage Lunch group Rev. Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan A Rev. Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan B


Candidate School, Tuesday, May 9, 2017
LWV-TSC hosted a Candidate School, along with other sponsors: Topeka Chamber, Community Resources Council, Forge Young Professionals, Downtown Topeka and the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library.
   This event, held at the Library, provided 12 candidates for City Council and Mayor positions with pertinent information about running for office. The attendees heard from Carol Williams, Executive Director of the Kansas Governmental Commission, on “Getting the Paperwork Right,” followed by Andrew Howell, Election Commissioner for Shawnee County, on “Filing for Elected Office.”  Next was a presentation by Jamie Slack on “Getting Your Message Out” and the “Campaign Bookkeeping” from Brad Koehn, Accounting Solutions Director at Berberich Trahan & Co.  In the final session, attendees heard from former Council members Lisa Stubbs and Sam Carkhuff who provided information about what worked in campaigning.
   The audience was attentive to all speakers and really appeared to appreciate all of the speakers..


Topeka Mayor Larry WolgastTuesday Topics, Tuesday, May 3, 2017
Mayor Larry Walgast, Topeka Mayor, spoke on “Topeka: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow”
Mayor Larry Wolgast, who has announced he will not seek another term in November, told a large Tuesday Topics audience that Topeka continues to make progress despite occasional frustrations
  "I know you join me in wanting Topeka to be a place where young people want to live and wanting us to work together toward the future. It will take individuals rolling up their sleeves and working together to improve Topeka," he said. "Thank you for all you do."


In Memory...Nicki Stein

Nicki SteinLucy Ann "Nickie" Nichols Stein died in Topeka May 3, 2017. Nickie and Joe moved to Topeka in 1953. Nickie and Joe loved living in Topeka, where they raised three children and actively participated in local arts, education, and issues. During her career, Nickie worked in diverse roles as a registered nurse in nearly every hospital in Topeka, including Stormont-Vail, St. Francis and the Menninger Foundation's psychiatric hospital. She was a legislative lobbyist for the Kansas State Nurses Association and the League of Women Voters. In 1972 she completed a Masters in Education Administration degree at Washburn University. Nickie was an avid supporter of arts and culture in Topeka, and she was a panelist for The Panel of American Women, a diverse group of women who fostered open and inclusive discussions about how to acknowledge and resist racial and religious prejudice in the community. She was an active member of the League of Women Voters, and she and Joe worked with local progressive political projects. Read Nicki's complete obituary at the Penwell Gable web site online.


Sat., April 8
Community Legislative Coffee , a Q & A forum with our local senators and representatives at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library. League co-hosted this event, with the Topeka Chamber of Commerce. Zach Ahrens, Editor of the Topeka Capital Journal, moderated. Some prepared questions were used. However, note cards and pencils were made available so attendees could write out questions that they wanted answered.
   The following quote, and the photo used here, is lifted from "Vicki's Voice," State Senator Vicki Schmidt's on-line newsletter:

"Thank you to the Topeka Chamber, Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library, League of Women Voters, Heartland Visioning, Forge Young Professionals and The Topeka Capital-Journal for sponsoring the Community Legislative Forum today! From left to right the legislators in attendance were Rep. John Alcala, Rep. Vic Miller, Sen. Vicki Schmidt, Rep. Brenda Dietrich, Rep. Jim Gartner, Sen. Laura Kelly, Rep. Fred Patton, Rep. Virgil Weigel, Sen. Anthony Hensley and Rep. Annie Kuether. Matt Johnson of the Topeka Capital-Journal was the moderator! Thank you to all who attended! I appreciated the opportunity to dialogue with so many of you on issues important to all of us."

Community Legislative Coffee event


Tuesday Topics, Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Speaker was Dennis Tenpenny, of Valeo Behavioral Health Center, speaking on “Long Term Services and Support in Kansas: How Are Seniors Faring?”
Annual Meeting followed the speaker at 1:00 p.m. Topics included proposed changes to our League's bylaws, approved by the Board, were discussed and acted on.

Camille NoheCarrie LancasterDiana SegelMarge AhrensGlennie Buckley
April meeting included talk by Dennis Tenpenny and Annual Meeting


Tuesday Topics, March 7, 2017
Janice DeBoer, Executive Director, Kansas Association of Area Agencies on Aging & Disabilities, speaking on “K4ad: Making Topeka Liveable for Seniors.”
The Kansas Area Agencies on Aging Association advocates helping older Kansans remain active, independent, and free from abuse and neglect. K4A is a strong voice for seniors in the creation of new and increased resources to meet their needs. K4A monitors legislative activities on the state and federal levels and provides testimony on issues important to Kansas seniors and their caregivers.
March 2017 Tuesday Topics meeting


Art Is An Invitation to Activism
—Fundraiser was a SUCCESS!

Feb. 18, 2017   7-9 p.m.  935 N. Kansas Ave.

A fundraiser for the Topeka-Shawnee County League of Women Voters. Enjoy the photographs of Carol Yoho and poetry from Dennis Bosley, both League members; poetry from Topekans Annette Billings and Dennis Etzel; the childrens’ book written and illustrated by Leaguer Glennie Buckley and Barbara Waterman Peters, and dancing of Spanish sevillanas—flamenco--by Silvia Bueno Montavez and her daughter, Noa Fernandez Bueno. Support the League’s mission with local art and artists.

Maryanna Quilty serves wine as hostessAttendee looks through photo exhibitChattingSharingdancers Silvia Beuno Montavez and duaghter, Loa Fernandez Bueno and daughter, Noa Fernandez Bueno
Carol Yoho, photography exhibitAnnette Hope Billings and Dennis Edset share their poetryDennis Bosley reads his poemsEnnis Edsel signs a copy of his recent book of poetryCrowd enjoys Spanish sevillanas --flamenco-- dancing Spanish dancers 2
—Photos by Orion and Carol Jordan
Art Is An Invitation to Activism


Tuesday Topics, February 7, 2017
Angela McHardie, Deputy Director of the Juvenile Detention Center in Shawnee County, spoke on “Juvenile Detention Alternative Initiative.”

2017 League president Camille NoheAnnouncement from Grace WilsonAnnouncements,  February 2017
February collage


The Women’s March on Kansas was held Saturday, January 21, 2017, with active participation by members from various local Kansas Leagues in attendance. Members of the general public of all genders and ages were invited to gather at the south-steps plaza of the State Capitol Building, with an estimated crowd of 4000 attending. Guest speakers and presenters included Kansas legislators, advocates, and musicians from across the state. Immediately following the main event, attendees joined organizers for a march around the Capitol. A brief advocacy training and networking opportunity was held after the event in the Historic Fire Station No. 2 located at 719 SW Van Buren (north of the Capitol).
Photo essay on event. There is more to do. Visit www.womensmarch.comWomen's March on the Kansas Capitol
State League members marched together.


Ruth Curd DickinsonIn Memory...Ruth Curd Dickinson

Ruth Curd Dickinson, 83, passed away suddenly on January 17, 2017 at her home in Topeka, Kansas. Born April 27, 1933 in Wilmore, Kentucky, she was raised in Evansville, Indiana. In 1959, Ruth moved to Topeka, she raised three children, participated in numerous community groups and activities, and, from 1967, worked in public policy and mental health.
   Ruth was lively, engaging, widely traveled, and interested in innumerable subjects. She was an Episcopalian, a staunch Democrat, and involved with numerous groups, including the Topeka Symphony, the Topeka Public Library, and the League of Women Voters. Read Ruth's complete obituary at the Penwell Gable web site online.


Tuesday Topics, January 3, 2017
Speaker was Matt Pivarnik, President and CEO of Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce and GO Topeka, speaking on “Destination Topeka”

Matt Pivnarik GoTopeka Presidnet and CEO, and Curtis Sneden< VP Government Relations
January Discussion Session


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LWV-TSC tour of Jeffrey Energy Center, St. Marys, KS Georgia receives gift of scarf from Gwen Georgia, Brenda and Gwen read League poem Outgoing president Georgia Sandlin presides at annual meeting Remembering Gwen Elloitt, remembering Joe Sargent, remembering Jan Waide, remembering Pat Stinson, remembering Patty Pressman, remembering Betsy Rohleder, remembering Charlotte Adair, remembering Diana Siegal, remembering Ruth Wilkin, remembering Gwen Elliott, incoming League president listeners chatting afterwards League Board members line up at the front of the room Joan Wagnon, Kansas Secretary of Revenue Joan Wagnon talks about state budget deficits Dottie Harder and Ruth Wilkins earn 50-year pins Donna Schneweis, second speaker Rebecca Woodman, first speaker June Windscheffel in tiara eatting holiday finery Mary Ann brings more plates checking in volunteers A volunteers B studio Maryanna Quilty ran the show Vicki Schmidt, Elizabeth Ensley and Laura Kelly discuss campaigning Local League members help with registration, primary and general elections Photo A Photo B Photo C Photo D Photo E Topeka Capital-Journal reporter Andy Marso captures a digital photo crowd B Grace Wilson and presener, Shelley Bukley Ann Mah crowd A VOICE meeting followed Tuesday Topics meeting Carol Albott Rameriz introduces Josh Grace Wilson speaks Josh Dieker speaks February 2013 attendees Jan Waide asks a question Speaker Sand Praeger Contact info visual WIBW sent videographer Half our crowd Second half of crowd Jim Colson, Topeka City Manager Jim Colson, Topeka City Manager B Tim Carpenter and Andy Marso receive recognition from League member Linda Williams Betsy Rohleder introduces new Board Carrie Lancaster clarifies wording change on League policy statement Outgoing President Marge Ahrens introduces Annual Meeting business Tuesday Topics crowd for April Incoming League President Maryanna Quilty Glennie Buckley clarifies League policy statement edit Outgoing Board member Grace Patterson receives a bag in thank-you Nancy Wagner and Shelley Bulkley introducing annual meeting business Discussion of business 2013-14 Board in attendance Maryanna thanks Marge for her leadership of our local League Maryanna and Shelley Rex Buchanan, Kansas Geological Survey Oil and Gas Map Oil rig September crowd Attendees A Treats Man-talk Marge and Barney Heeney Larry Wilson speaks of his League membership experience Attendees B Attendees C Ann Mah and tablet Vicki Schmidt explains November attendees WIBW Channel 13 covered our meeting League School took place directly after the Tuesday Topics meeting Attendees ask questions Kansas State Legislators Don explains how rainwater makes its way to the Kansas River January 2014 meeting attendees Don shows us the runoff map Water department employee chimes in Don Rankin, superintendent of Topeka Utilities Betsy Rohleder addresses League School about Annual Meeting function March League School attendees March Tuesday Topics attendees Camille Nohe introduces March speaker Doug Anstaett speaking B Doug Anstaett speaking A Luncheon meeting at McCrite Retirement Plaza Annual Meeting handout Dennis Bosley announcement Dan Brennan announcement Glennie Buckley, Linda Williams and Gwen Elliott honored as outgoing Board members Tuesday Topics speaker, David Steward LWV-TSC President Maryanna Quilty Hallway discussion about Kansas water resources Kathleen Harvey B How to get a Green Card Voter Registration snags Bernadette Forge speaks at League School May attendees Kathleen Harvey A Duane Goossen 2 Duane Goossen 1 LWV-TSC members at lunch, McCrite Plaza Susan Metzger speaks Water resources map League business Brochure and flag July attendees Check-in Val VanDerSluis, guest speaker Linda, Gwen, Val and Maryanna Leaders in their LWV tee-shirts Democract us bit a spectator sport Cash back to LWV for sales at The Eclective Networking A Networking B Networking C Camille Nohe Lea Billinger Overview Teresa Stambaugh Diana Siegel Marge Ahrens Orion and Carole Jordan Scott and PowerPoint image Scott Smathers Georgia Sandlin Glennie Buckley LWV brochure NOTO street lights, pre-dark NOTO Arts Center building Art is an Invitation to Activism Reception table Art E Dolls by Beverly Dodge Radifeld Art D Art B Art C Art A Anita Wolgast chats Young musicians Steve and  ?? ?? Chat B Chat E Chat D Chat C Connie Gibbons League president Maryanna Quilty Host Jim Ogle Anita Wolgast welcomes guests Boys play one last song More chatting About to pack up All five Every Vote Matters award winners Congratulating 2014 award winners Anthony Hensley receives his award from Glennie Buickley and Bernadette Forge Grace Wilson, Glennie Buckley and Bernadette Forge joined LWV-TSC president Maryanna Quilty in presenting awards League president Maryanna Quilty announced names of honorees Award winners with League members and current school board president Janel Johnson Jerry Farley A Jerry Farley C Jerry Farley B Question Luncheon attendees Jerry Farley D Shawnee County Commissioners speak at December Tuesday Topics Mayor, Topeka City Councilpersons and Shawnee County Commissioners Trey George Topeka Housing Authority flyer Aquaponics Program Topeka Housing Authority logo Pine Ridge Partnerships Glennie Buckley Teresa Stambaugh Against the Death Penalty in Kansas Maryanna Quilty and Lea Billinger Willard Bridge rating downgraded recently Wanamaker Rd. reworked Shawnee County 1/2 cent sales tax plans Tom Vlach, February Tuesday Topics speaker Marryanna Quilty Larry Wolgast, mayor Margaret Ahrens Marge Heeney TeresaStambaugh LarryWeigel Glennie Buckley Camille Nohe Dr. Mark Peterson Taking questions and comments from attendees Members stayed for the 2015 Annual Meeting Teresa Stambaugh makes comments from the podium Outgoing president, Maryanna Quilty, accepts "thank-you" from incoming president Camille Nohe Maryanna Quilty Patrick Woods It's All About the Brain Parents as Teachers has a lasting impact Camille with Cap-Journal article Ken Kurle and Dennis Bosley are honored Judy Moler reminds of Purse event Dean Clark Coco of Washburn Tech overview Flowers and newsletters University United Methodist Church A University United Methodist Church B Carrie Lancaster Camille Nohe, President Orion Jordan Glennie Buckley Joan Graves Michael Kaye Case parents A Case parents B Kaye with program title Tuesday Topics August attendees Judy Molar Orion Jordan Camille Nohe, LWV-TSC President Captain Brown chats after the meeting with attendees September meeting attendees Topeka Police Captain James Brown Overall Drime 10 Year Perspective Citiznes on Patrol logo Denise Low poses with sunflower Denise Low reading Denise Low books on display Annette Billings poses with sunflower Annette Billings reading Annette Billings books on display Leah Sewell poses with sunflower Leah Sewell reading Leah Sewell books on display Megan Kaminski poses with sunflower Megan Kaminski reading Megan Kaminski books on display Override death penalty Glennie Buckley Georgia Sandlin Camille Nohe Orion Jordan Natasha Martinez Dr. Taylor Porter Carrie Lancaster Camille Nohe Gwen Glennie Buckley Betsy Rohleder Grace Wilson and Camille Nohe Carrie Lancaster Traffickling title Trafficing slide A Trafficking slide B Jennifer Rapp, speaker Dennis Bosley Betsy Rohleder Camille Nohe Attendees Panelists Representative John Alcala Senator Laura Kelly Representative Annie Kuether Representative Annie Tietze Senator Vicki Schmidt Question A Question B Question C Question D Question E Question F Question G Question H Camille Nohe Glennie Buckley Carrie Lancaster Marge Ahrens Dennis Bosley Beth Clarkson shows slides Presentation slide Beth Clarkson with Capital-Journal event coverage LWV-TSC President Camille Nohe Question A Question B Question D Question E Question F Question G Question H Question I Question J Question K Standing room only Ran Hu, Up with People Glennie Buckley and Camille Nohe Grace Wilson Dennis Bosley Glennie Buckley Bernadette Forge, Voter Services Camille Nohe and Glennie Buckley Sign-in desk Juanita Ericson, guest speaker President Camille Nohe Nancy Wagner Waiting in line to make announcements Maryanna Quilty Judy Moler Carrie Lancaster Grace Wilson Dennis Bosley League President Camille Nohe Sharon Mayo Glennie Buckley Medicaid Expansion Facts Speaker Randy Peterson Betsy Rohleder Judy Moler Camille Nohe Sarah Carkhuff Fizel Vicki Arnett Carole Jordan Dale Dennis B Dale Dennis C Glennie Buckley More members test-vote Ballot reader Meeting handouts Members try their hands at feeding the new machinery Camille Nohe introduces June meeting Blanche Parks invites League members to consider ceoming election volunteers Andrew Howelll intoduces new voting equipment Edie Zarger stands beside new electronic ballot reader Andrew Howell discusses electronic voting machine option Judy's grandkids as Miss Liberty and a hound dog displaying bags Judy Moler and books for sale Guests arriving snapping photos with famous characters Payment desk Bags for sale books for sale Food A Food B Don Moler beats Native drum eating treats Billboard A2 Billboard AC Billboard A1 Bike lock Demonstrating bike use Betsy Rohleder wins bike towel Demonstrating log-on Karl talks nice crowd Host and timer Stage area Vicki Schmidt, KS Senate, District 20, R Joe Patton, KS Senate, District 20, R Candace Ayers, KS Senate, District 20, D Vic Miller, KS House, District 58, D Bret Kell, KS House, District 58, D Ben Scott, KS House, District 58, D Zach Ahrens, Program Moderator, is editor of the Topeka Capital-Journal Larry Geil, KS House, District 58, D Lane Hemsley, KS House, District 58, D Brenda Dietrich, KS House, District 52, R Ross Hutchison, KS House, District 50, D Chris Huntsman, KS House, District 50, D after, candidates chat with attendees A after, candidates chat with attendees B after, candidates chat with attendees C after-chat A after-chat B Library flags at sunset Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library entrance at sunset Chat A Chat B Chat C Chat F Chat D Chat E Glennie Buckley Grace Wilson Orion Jordon Zach Ahrens A Listening B Listening A Zach Ahrens C Zach Ahrens B Second billboard A Second billboard B Second billboard C Your Vote Matters B Your Vote Matters A Third LWV Billboard posted at 27th and SE California, Topeka Overview 27th and California Camille Nohe Vicki Arnett Natasha Martinez, Washburn student, honored Marge, Carrie and Glennie Evelyn Wilson A Evelyn Wilson B Evelyn Wilson C Pedro Irigonegaray C Pedro Irigonegaray B Pedro Irigonegaray A Credits Checks and Balances Kansas Court Responsibilites Title Three branches of government Sarah Green, October speaker Sarah canoeing Sarah Green's water report in print Leaguers chat Bernadette Forge with bouquet making announcements Today's Suffagettes Camille Nohe with Today's Suffragists cards Orion Jordan Vicki Arnett Vicki Buening Glennie Buckley Betsy Rohleder  Cyndi Haines and Jessica Lehnherr Carrie Lancaster Jessica Lehnherr  Cyndi Haines President Camille Nohe Gwen Elliott Betsy Rohleder Elaine Schwartz, Topeka City Council Jeffrey Coen, Topeka City Council Kevin Cook, Shawnee County Comissioner Karen Hiller, Topeka City Council Tony Emerson, Topeka City Council Shelly Buhler, Shawnee County Comissioner Question A Question B Question C Question D Question F Question G Question E wrap-up, Schwartz wrap-up, Coen and Emerson Karen Hiller Network A Network C Network B Matt Pivarnik photo A Matt Pivarnik photo B Matt Pivarnik photo C Curtis Sneden, VP Government Relations LWV-TSC president Camille Nohe, with microphone Question three Georgia Sandlin comments LWVK co-president Marge Ahrens asks a question Angela McHardie A Angela McHardie B JDAI Fundimentals Dangers of Detention Angela McHardie explains numbers Angela McHardie C League president Camille Nohe Comments from Jocelyn Lyons, Executive Director, JAAA League voices wait turns to share Janice DeBoer A Janice DeBoer B Janice DeBoer C Question from Grace Wilson Tenpenny A Tenpenny B Tenpenny C Slide A Slide B Annual Meeting business Annual Meeting attendees Slide C Standing room only crowd Listeners stand at back of the theater Proscenium Moderator with five mayoral candidates onstage Jayhawk Theatre neon sign Dene Mosler Entrance, Kansas Children's Discovery Center Playing in mud Exploring vaccum tube Education goals Again, Dene Mosler Title slide