Photo Gallery “A last fling before the darkness.” Donna Anderson and Kleo Baruth Kritz of Monona/Madison Branch hosted a high tea fundraiser for our scholarships in March 2020 the weekend before everything canceled! Beaver Dam’s infamous auctioneer Nathan Weyenberg doing what he does best at the annual Basket Auction with member Margaret Furdek The awesome members of the Beaver Dam Branch. Beaver Dam Branch Members always have fun at Game Night!The Beaver Dam Branch hosted Author Jennifer Chiaverini, right, a couple years ago. She wrote “Resistance Women” which is about Mildred Fish Harnack, a woman from Wisconsin who was involved with a resistance group in Germany during World War II. Art Heitzer, an expert on Mildred Fish Harnack, also joined the discussion. The event was well attended by AAUW members and the public.Guests looking at the items at Beaver Dam’s Scholarship Basket Auction, which has successfully raised $6,000 annually.Focusing on an art project at one of the monthly programs are Beaver Dam members Deanna Disch and Barbara Hartwig.Beaver Dam Branch’s next president, Bobbi Marck and member Jana Stephens AAUW-Janesville and LWV celebrate the 100th anniversary of Wisconsin becoming the first state to ratify the 19th Amendment with a Women’s March and program at the Janesville Performing Arts Center. (June 10, 2019) AAUW-Janesville and LWV celebrate the 100th anniversary of the adoption of the 19th Amendment with a car parade through downtown Janesville. (Aug. 26, 2020) AAUW-Janesville branch member and former art teacher, Diane Adams (2nd from left), designed Vote yard signs to sell as a fundraiser for our local scholarship fund. (Aug. 22, 2020) AAUW-Appleton: Staying safe while enjoying a scheduled art class, members Nancy Samson, Becky O’Connor and Grace Fuller share their finished pictures. AAUW-Appleton: Member Helene Iverson is all set for the “vote” car parade held in Appleton.AAUW-Appleton: Branch members explored the topic of racial issues through the Social Justice interest group and the all branch book study of “Just Mercy”.AAUW-Appleton: Members Sylvia Bull and Donna Cook have successfully entered all of the donated gift items into the 32Auction site in preparation for the branch’s December Holiday AuctionAAUW-Appleton: Branch members working hard sorting and boxing donated books in preparation for the October book sale which will support scholarship for area women.AAUW-Appleton: Joan Moeschberger, current President, has help preparing for a Zoom branch meeting.AAUW-Appleton joined 4 other women’s groups to sponsor a year long celebration of the 19th Admendment. Here Michelle Duster speaks about her great-grandmother, Ida B. Wells, civil rights advocate and suffragist. One of my favorite AAUW picturesIt takes more than a couple broken legs to keep Fort Atkinson members from working their annual book sale!