"I thoroughly enjoy the Women's History Month luncheons. I have reflected on my own parents' commitment to recognizing the impportance of our history and how we must remember it as we change our course for the better. My dad marched in the women's suffrage parades, and my mom, when she was young, started a group of diverse women interested in their cultures and histories. I hope this event continues to flourish."
"I thought that this year was the best so far, and I have been coming for at least ten years, or maybe longer. Everything was very well organized. The food was excellent. The speech was excellent and timely. My friends who came with me also enjoyed the event immensely. Keep doing what all of you on the committee are doing!"
Yolo County Women’s History Month Committee is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt California non-profit corporation. Contributions to YCWHM qualify as tax-deductible for donors.
28th Annual Luncheon
The annual Yolo County Women's History Month luncheon highlights the achievements of local women leaders. We are looking forward to the 28th anniversary luncheon, to be held Thursday, March 5, 2015, at the Woodland Community & Senior Center, 2001 East Street, Woodland. Click here for the luncheon invitation.
The 2015 luncheon is sold out. We are no longer taking reservations.
2015 WHM Theme
Each year, March is designated nationally as Women's History Month. The 2015 national theme is 'Weaving the Stories of Women's Lives.'
At this year’s luncheon, the stories of four women who were immigrants or descendants of immigrants who came to Yolo County from different countries will be highlighted: Alice Carbahal, of Spanish descent from Winters; Bessie Anderson, of Irish descent from Zamora and Knights Landing; Tanya Volkers, of Russian descent from West Sacramento; and Frances Sakai, of Japanese descent from Clarksburg.
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