The Georgetown University Women’s Club meets the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. Meetings are held at the Halton Hills Public Library – Georgetown Branch, 9 Church St., Georgetown.
September 4: Opening Meet and Mingle Meeting.
Please join us. Make new friends. Bring a friend.
Time: 7:15 pm to renew membership, meet new people and welcome new members or just check it out.
7:45 pm Meeting starts
October 2: The Realities of Human Trafficking in Halton
Please join us for a presentation on Human Trafficking by SAVIS (Sexual Assault & Violence Intervention Services of Halton) and the Halton Regional Police.
In this general awareness presentation, SAVIS and the Police will explain the realities of human trafficking in our Halton communities. Attendees can expect to learn about why sex trafficking happens in Halton, the intricacies of the luring and grooming process and what our community response to this deplorable crime looks like.
SAVIS of Halton offers non-judgmental trauma informed support and counselling for survivors of sexual violence and trauma. The 24/7 crisis line is 905 875 1555, and the office can be reached at 905 825 3622.
November 6: The Purpose and Mission of a Community Foundation
A presentation by Sue Lawrenson Community Foundation North Halton. A charitable Foundation that connects people who care with causes that matter. Sue will discuss how the Foundation grows endowments that contribute to the quality of life in Halton Hills and Milton, and how Community Foundations provide a vehicle for donors to leave a legacy while financially supporting their community.
December 4: Holiday Social.
Caitlin Claessens, Vocalist & Musician
January 8 (this is the second Tuesday of Jan): We are not Racist, We are Canadian
A presentation by Wendy Fletcher, President & Vice-Chancellor of Renison University College.
February 5: Age Friendly Communities
Heather Thompson will speak about Age-Friendly Communities in Halton.
March 5: The Art of Creative Downsizing
A presentation by Emma Doorish Founder of the Unique Chair Company.
April 2: Eyes Focused on your Overall Health
Dr. Caroline Teske, Optometrist
May 7: CFUW Georgetown Annual Spring Dinner
Voices of the First Day – Paul Morin, Artist and Illustrator
June 4: CFUW Georgetown Annual General Meeting