At the end of November, the Columbia County Women's Alliance announced that, in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment, it would honor one hundred women in Columbia County who were making a difference and invited nominations.
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote at the federal level, the Columbia County Women’s Alliance will announce its 100 Women Making a Difference in Columbia County honorees on December 17th, at 7:30, via Zoom!
With an abundance of joy, pride and admiration, we will recognize and toast 162 outstanding women who contribute so much to their families, organizations, neighbors and communities and make Columbia County such a special place to live.
We will also be launching our website at https://www.ccwomensalliance.org/100-women-nominees after the meeting which will have photos and a short bio of our honorees.
The CCWA aims to be a countywide, non-partisan, diverse, and collaborative alliance of women and community organizations committed to a just, humane, and equitable society, working to elect women to positions of power, and supporting alliance members in their work for social justice.
A link to the Zoom meeting was not provided with the press release, but the list of the 162 women was. Rather than list all 162, I encourage readers to visit the website tomorrow, after it goes live.