APRIL Lunch with the League
Our speaker for our April lunch, Fannie Flono is familiar to all who read the Charlotte Observer, which she joined in 1984. An Associate Editor, her columns on “news, politics and life in The Carolinas” cover a wide range of topics including poverty, which will be the subject of her talk. This is a fitting subject to go along with our League’s new study on the “Living Wage” and all the news on the growing income inequalities.
As a bonus, she Fannie Flono will also provide us with tips on writing to editors and how to get letters published.
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We are sad to report the death of Liz Hair, Lifelong League of Women Voters of Charlotte-Mecklenburg member. Liz was born in 1920—the same year the League of Women Voters was formed and she joined our local League in 1949. Click on the image below to enlarge it and read some highlights of her inspiring career. You can read more about her life in a Charlotte Observer article.