Save the Date: March 17 Luncheon
Every year in March, Women's History Month, the League of Women Voters of Collin County has a luncheon to honor a selected group of women in the county. Our March 17, 2018, luncheon will honor 'Supporting Women in Crises'. More information will be available here closer to the event. Click HERE
for information about past luncheons. Contact: email@example.com
League Lunches - Everyone is welcome!
Note: There will be no LWV-CC lunches in December. Happy Holidays!
Wednesday, January 10, 11:30
2108 W 15th Street, Plano, TX 75075
Wednesday, January 17, 11:30
Snug On The Square
109 Kentucky St, McKinney, TX 75069
You are invited to have lunch with the League of Women Voters of Collin County on the 2nd and 3rd Wednesdays of each month. Enjoy lively conversation and delicious food (buy-your-own). Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if you plan to attend. We look forward to meeting you!
Party Politics in Collin County Forum
LWV-CC hosted a nonpartisan public information forum on October 12 in Plano. Leaders from the Democratic
, and Republican
parties described their party's platforms and structure, followed by an audience Q&A. Party leaders in the photo from left to right: John Myers (Vice-Chairman of the Collin County Republican Party), Ed Kless (Chair of the Collin County Libertarian Party), Mike Rawlins (County Chair, Collin County Democratic Party), and Shannon Carter (Co-Chair, Collin County Green Party).
Treatment of Mental Illness in Collin County Detention Facility
More than 30 LWV-CC members and guests came to the LWV-CC Fall Kickoff Meeting on September 9 to meet Collin County Sheriff Jim Skinner. Shown in the photo above are Sheriff Skinner and LWV-CC members Mary Alice Garza, Jo Ann Englar, and Karen Beck.
Sheriff Skinner and Assistant Chief Terry McCraw talked about how issues of mental illness and substance abuse are handled at the Collin County detention center. They said that the majority of inmates have some kind of mental illness that needs to be treated, and this is an issue of concern to all sheriffs, regardless of the size of their counties.