Political Awareness and Involvement
Our Founders’ participation in the Suffrage March for Women to Vote in March, 1913 was our organization’s first act of social action. This act set the tone for today. Social Action is major fabric of our organization. The committee serves the chapter as a non-partisan resource. It endeavors to encourage the membership to take a more active role in the political process and to fulfill their civic responsibility. The purpose of this program is to empower the chapter to remain actively involved in local, state and national political issues.