Welcome to the Battle Creek (MI) Branch of AAUW!

Spring – Used Book – Bag Sale

$5.00 A BAG (bags provided)
3rd Saturday of the next 3 months
March 21, April  18 & May 16
10 am to 4 pm

Simply Self Storage/Knapp Dr.
110 Knapp Drive
Battle Creek MI  49015
(next to Lone Star Steakhouse, near intersection of I 94 x Capital Ave x Knapp Drive)

We are overflowing with wonderful books and need to clear our inventory for the summer book barrel donations.  Stock up from our 13,000 books on fiction, 50 different subjects, and romance.  They are sorted into categories and  fiction/romance are alphabetized by author.  We have hundreds of books on cooking, biographies, health, history, hobbies and religion.  AAUW has a room full of older books to give away for free to anyone or any charity.  Donations will be accepted on the days of the sales.  Call Norma at 269-731-3499 for more information.

 

AAUW Battle Creek Honors Joanne Geise
and Norma Dudiak

battle_creekBattle Creek AAUW announces Norma Dudiak and Joanne Geise as their 2014 AAUW Named Gift Honorees. The local branch has many shining stars throughout the organization who keep members on track and moving forward, but the 2014/2015 nominations committee with branch member input was struck by the outstanding work of two of our newer members, Norma Dudiak and Joanne Geise. These special ladies have gone the extra mile in making the AAUW Used Book sale a success. The net profit from the sale is used to support local scholarships, educational equity awards, other community projects and national fellowships and grants. The donation to our national funds is donated this year in honor of these worthy women.

Save the Date!

AAUW of Michigan “Above the Bridge” 2015 Annual Meeting & State Convention

Island Resort Hotel & Casino – Harris, Michigan
Hosted by the Escanaba Branch
Two-days: Friday May 15 & Saturday, May 16
Charter bus transportation available

Statement of Diversity

AAUW of Battle Creek values and seeks a diverse membership. Diversity encompasses acceptance and respect and recognizes that each individual is unique.  It means there shall be no barriers to full participation on the basis of gender, race, creed, age, sexual orientation, ethnicity, disability or socio-economic status.