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Tuesday Topics–

Caring for Kids in Shawnee County

Amber Miller, assistant director for children and family services at the Kansas Children’s Service League will speak at the July 3 Tuesday Topics meeting at the summer location, Faith Lutheran Church, 17th and Gage Blvd. An optional lunch will be available for $10 at 11:30, with the program beginning at noon.The public is welcome to attend Tuesday Topics.

Miller will explain case management programs offered by KCSL in Shawnee County. Healthy Family is an intensive in-home program that supports new parents of infants to three-year-olds; and the Drug Endangered Child Case Management Program focuses on supporting parents who have had substance-abuse problems in the past.


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Judy Moler, Chapter President

The President’s Perspective

July, 2018

The shift from winter to spring and back again is being termed Sprinter by some. Using that term….I think that Sprinter describes our launch into Spring by the League of Women Voters Topeka- Shawnee County.

The League has joined with the YWCA Advocacy Committee to promote an Integrated Voter Engagement Project to increase voter turnout. Former Topeka Mayor, Joan Wagnon and I appeared before the Shawnee County Commission to propose a satellite voting location be established in Central Topeka for weekend voting. Several community members including Mayor De La Isla and USD 501 Superintendent Tiffany Anderson have signed letters of support. Research has shown that Integrated Voting Engagement is among the most effective ways to increase voter turnout.  Read entire letter.

 

 


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