Vero Beach AAUW Hotline

Here is your November newsletter.
Don't we look grand in our new Constant Contact format? This one has no pages, just scroll down and down and down for more great information.

To submit information for the Hotline.Please send to Gail DeGioia, Editor at gmcrd222@gmail.com by the 5th of the previous month.
Women and Vero Beach History
Tour of train station
November 18 Branch Meeting features
Caroline Bayless, President of the IRC Historical Society
Saturday, November 18 Lunch Meeting
11:30 AM
Blue Star Brasserie
2227 14th Ave. Vero Beach, FL 

Lunch will be: Waldorf Salad with Grilled Chicken Breast and Pumpkin Bread


Cost: $ 20.00 per person, including gratuity. Send your check to:
Barbara Spelman, AAUW Vero Beach
PO Box 2143
Vero Beach, FL 32966
or pay by credit card from our website: verobeach-fl.aauw.net


President's Message
Dear AAUW Members,

There is a learning curve associated with almost anything that is valuable to master. Several of us are on that learning curve as we discover the time we will save and the professional look of our Hotline and flyers. Please be patient with us as we learn about Constant Contact.

Part of that includes making sure we have input all members' names and email addresses correctly. It's a tedious endeavor and easy to misread a letter or number. Again, we ask for your patience. Please let me know is anyone remarks that they are not receiving the Hotline. I'll be asking at meetings as well. Many of us were teachers and remember that 1st grader struggling with the alphabet. But soon we will be reading the classics.
Go to:
for a list of books, authors and reviewers for the 2017-18 season!


9:30 am- Continental Breakfast on the veranda
10 am- Book review in the auditorium


FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Book Review Breakfasts
November 6, 2017
God in the Wilderness
 by Jamie Korngold
Presenter: Rabbi Michael Birnholz
Temple Beth Shalom

Presented at the Richardson Center of Indian River State College
6155 College Lane
Vero Beach, FL

Rabbi Michael Birnholz arrived at Temple
Beth Shalom in Vero Beach in 2002. Over 15 years he has been in Indian River County. Rabbi Birnholz has also enjoyed his wide variety of community opportunities to teach and preach Jewish values and wisdom, in person at various events or through his column in the Vero Beach Weekly. His hope is to build Temple Shalom into a house of wholeness, completeness and peace and see these efforts spreead caring, compassion and harmony to the whole Treasure Coast.


Following the Book Review we will be sponsoring a brief presentation from 11:15-11:50 am for Affairs of Estate listed below. This is a free presentation.




Please welcome new member

Sandy Mandel
1900 Windward Way
Vero Beach, FL 32963
SANDY.MANDEL@ME.com
845-826-4176
BA Hobart and William Smith college
French and Spanish
MED Iona College, Education



If you think you have paid your 2017-18 dues but your name is not in the handbook or last month's Hotline, please check your records and call Barb Spelman at (703) 851-0887

Your Photo Here!

The Co-Executive Vice Presidents are going to create a member photo directory to help us all put a face to a name. Please send a recent head-shot of yourself, with your full name (or nickname if you prefer). Please send to:

Avalon C. McGann - 2055 82nd Avenue, Lot 507 - Vero Beach, FL 32966 or email:

If you do not have a recent photo, we will be contacting you to set up a date to take your picture. If you need further information, please call Avalon at 772-299-1393.



PO Box 2143
Vero Beach, FL 32961