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The June meeting will be a picnic meeting at 6pm at the Copeyon Park Pavilion.
Bring your dinner and lawn chair and enjoy time outdoors. A great time to connect with fellow AAUW members safely!
May meeting will be on 5/10/21 at the Ludington State Park.
This will be a Botany Walk with Professor Paul Bilinski from West Shore Community College. He will be discussing plants and foliage along the walk. Meet at the Warming Shelter at 7 pm in the Ludington State Park.