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First call to the 1976 State Council - a meeting of minds for both personal and League development. Although each Local League may send 2 delegates, Council is an event for all League members. This year it will be held on May 22-23, Saturday and Sunday at the Kuilima Hotel at Laie, Oahu.

The theme of Council (above) focuses on WOMEN and the skills we need in any role we choose to play - housewife, politician, lawyer, teacher, grass roots organizer, paid or unpaid researcher, writer, administrator negotiator, social worker. Saturday's seminar will be devoted to:

  1. Identifying and discussing skills learned in League.

  2. Developing self-confidence and poise.

  3. Making conscious efforts to acquire positive communication techniques and to recognize constructive and destructive behavior.

Further details will be in the spring LEO HANA.

Registration fee will be $10.00. Travel equalization common fare for 3 local leagues is $57.00.

REIMBURSE Hawaii County - 2 delegates X $55 round-trip $53.00

*Kauai County - 2 delegates X $30 round-trip 4.00

Honolulu LWV - 2 delegates X no airfare 57.00 *OK Airlines flies 8 seat charters at a much lower rate from Kauai to Oahu.


Saturday, May 22

9-12 Tennis Tourney

12-1 p.m. Registration

1 p.m. Opening Session Budget and Guest Speaker Panel

1:30- 3:30 Seminars:

  1. "The Woman Syndrome"

  2. Leadership Behavior Patterns

  3. Marketable Skills

5:30-6:30 p.m. Open Bar

6:30-8:30 Dinner

9:00 Talk Story Time

Sunday, May 23

8:30-9:30 a.m. Small group discussions on incremental goals at personal and organizational levels.

9:30 a.m. Brunch and reports from discussion groups. Closing.


Registration $10.00


Saturday dinner 8.00

Sunday Brunch 6.00 Overnight accomodations: Double room 27.00 Shared with

Tennis Tourney .50 (Prize!)

In addition State Board has rented Dee Lum's nearby beach house to provide lodgings free of charge for 12 people on a first come - first serve basis. Contact your local league president if you are interested.

I will need transportation from Honolulu Airport to the Kuilima Hotel.

Time of flight arrival and departure

Please detach and send this reservation and check made out to: Ms. Betty Tobiasson, 404 Uluniu Street, Kailua, Oahu 96734 by April 15.

Published four times a year by the League of Women Voters' of Hawaii.

Pat Shutt - President Sue Francis - Editor

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