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3rd Thursday Luncheon
January 16, Valley River Inn


Buffet Lunch: 11:30 am, $18
Program: 12 noon

Open to the public – reservations are required by noon Monday, January 13 

Please make reservations by email at

or call 541-343-7917 or 707-208-6007


Jess Campbell, Executive Director

Rural Organizing Project enthusiastically trains, coaches, resources, and supports rural leaders committed to building human dignity groups and organizing for safe, vibrant, and welcoming rural communities. From the Rural Organizing Fellowship to our Community Organizing Center in Cottage Grove, we are resourcing spaces for rural organizers to gather, exchange skills, and develop strategies to advance democracy and defend human dignity. As a network, we are committed to learning how to make change together with a cohort of passionate and committed rural organizers.

February 7
 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Program Free

Lane County History Museum 
740 W 13th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402


This is the opening event for an exhibit recalling the 100-year history of the League of Women Voters. It describes the women who marched and demonstrated for 72 years in the fight for the right to vote until the 19th amendment to the US Constitution was ratified in 1920.

“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.




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. 


LWVOR Legislative Report

is now available for September, 2019. Click: Legislative Report #29 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.