LWVOR’s Fall Workshop:
“Our Lives on the Web: Equity, Discourse and Propaganda”
Join us in Eugene on October 19th.

For additional information click Fall Workshop

“Women and the Vote” 
Essay Contest

The First of Several Events Celebrating 100 years

2020 will mark the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution giving women the right to vote. It is also the centennial of the founding of the League of Women Voters. In recognition of these events, the League of Women Voters of Lane County will be celebrating with events throughout 2020. To kick things off, LWVLC and WordCrafters are co-sponsoring an essay contest with cash prizes for high school students in Lane County on the topic of Women and the Vote.

For information on the essay contest as well as the other 100th anniversary events planned, click ESSAY.



October Luncheon

October 10, 2019 (please note date change)

Oregon Research School Network (ORSN):
A University of Oregon and High Schools Partnership to
Improve Graduation Rates.


Dr. Nancy Golden, Director of ORSN and previous State of Oregon Chief Education Officer
Sol Joye, Associate Director of ORSN and doctoral student at UO

Valley River Inn

Doors open at 11 am
Buffet served at 11:30 am (Buffet lunch is available for $18; Beverage only $5)

Open to the public (Admission is free)
Reservations are required
541-343-7917 or
                                                            Email: contact@lwvlc.org

PLEASE NOTE – If you know you will be attending, please notify us whether you will be lunching,just want a beverage or neither but want to attend. This helps the staff set up the room to better accommodate our needs.

COMMUNITY MEETING–The Oregon Student Success Act: How Should 4J invest our $15 Million?

Oregon Schools are about to get a major, long overdue investment.

Featured Speaker:  4J Superintendent Dr. Gustavo Balderas

Saturday, Sept 28, 9:30-11am, 1st Congregational Church, 1050 E. 23rd Ave, Eugene

What is the Student Success Act? How can we reach & move the dial for students who haven’t been succeeding? 

GIVE YOUR OPINION: What are the greatest needs in our schools? Where should we invest? 

RSVP: Joy Marshall  541-912-2921  jmarshall@stand.org          For printable flyer click STAND


child care provided

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It’s Awesome! Pay your dues and Donate online!

It has finally arrived. Our ability to pay our dues online. Your membership in the League is so important. 

Payment online (JOIN or RENEW your Membership)helps us save money on postage, paper and envelopes. Dues are due in July. Your ability to donate online is also now activated. It is your generous giving that has allowed us to do so much this past year. Please help us by giving a little extra. 


CONTACT ALL LEGISLATORS, especially House members to Oppose SB 761 Aon e-petitions.
Take Action: Tell legislators to please Oppose SB 761 A. Please email all your legislators ASAP or at least by June 21, since the legislature is moving rapidly to a close. Find your legislator here.
Read more by clicking: Action Alert


LWVOR Legislative Report

is now available for June 25, 2019. Click: Legislative Report #23 to read more. There is a lot of important things happening in the legislature. Your state league has been extremely busy. Climate change, candidate filing update to laws, education are just a few of the items address in this report.



2018 HATE AND BIAS REPORT by City of Eugene

The 2018 report is now available for review. Click: Hate & Bias for the detailed report.