This event has been canceled.
Part of Clark County Historical Museum’s 2020 Community Conversations and Workshop series
At this workshop facilitated by Donna Sinclair, participants unlock and share their personal stories as leaders and women in the community.
"We are excited to facilitate the stories women have to tell about their lives and community. I am especially thrilled to share what we have learned about the challenges and issues of political life from women like Betty Sue Morris, Pat Jollota and Nan Henriksen. I can't think of a more timely or important set of conversations to have than these as we look back on the anniversary of women getting the vote." — Donna Sinclair
The event is free and museum admission is waived for participants. Registration is not required but space is limited. CCHM encourages participants to RSVP to secure a spot. For more information and to RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2020 Community Conversations and Workshop series is part of Clark County Historical Museum's ongoing celebration of women’s history and the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment leading up to the Friday, August 21, opening of our newest exhibit “(Her)story: Founders, Leaders, and Visionaries.”
The Community Conversation and Workshop are sponsored by “Clark County Stories: Women, Suffrage, and Politics,” through the Pettyjohn Fund of the Department of History, Washington State University.