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Oxford/North Mississippi Provisional Unit

Mississippi's newest League of Women Voters Unit

Organizing in 2017, the League of Women Voters Oxford/North Mississippi provisional unit serves the counties of Marshall, Union, Pontotoc, Calhoun, Yalobusha, Panola, Tate, Benton, Lee and Desoto. Phone number: 662-333-5446 Visit our Website

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Date & Time        Place        Description
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
6-8 pm
Lafayette County & Oxford Public Library
401 Bramlett Blvd
Oxford, Mississippi 38655
First Membership Meeting. Speaker: Mayor-elect Robyn Tannehill
Tuesday, May 16, 2017
6 pm
Faulkner Room
J. D. Williams Library
University of Mississippi
Meeting. Dr. Leigh McWhite, Mississippi Women in Politics archivist, with the Archives and Special Collections Department will present a program on "The League of Women Voters in Mississippi." There will be a special display on the League from the Department's archives. Dianne Fergusson, President, will have a short presentation on "The League of Women Voters in the Oxford Area."
Tuesday, May 16, 2017
6 pm
J. D. Williams Library
University of Mississippi Campus
1 Library Loop
University, MS 38677
Membership Meeting. The May meeting of the LWVOXNMS will feature Dr. Leigh McWhite of Archives and Special Collections of the J.D. Williams Library. The meeting will be held in the Faulkner Room in the library on the UM campus, beginning at 6:00pm. (Parking is available close by and is free after 5:00.) Dr. McWhite will present a program on the history of the League of Women Voters in Mississippi, and there will be a special display from the archives about the League in conjunction with the Bicentennial Celebration of the stae of Mississippi.
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
7 - 9 pm
Burns-Belfry Museum & Multi-cultural Center
710 Jackson Ave E
Oxford, MS 38655
Candidates' Forum. Candidates for the Board of Aldermen in Wards 2 and 6 will participate in a forum to discuss issues of concern with voters. Candidates will present short statements and then take questions from the floor. The forum will be moderated and voters are asked to focus on issues of community concern on which the Board of Alderman can have an impact or control.