LWV Redding

LWV Redding

Members of the Redding League of Women Voters

LWV Redding includes Redding, Redding Ridge and West Redding



Past Events

LWV Redding hosts Annual Speak Up event

Redding League of Women Voters Hosts Third Annual Speak Up on Wednesday, Feb. 19 from 7:45 to 9:45 pm at Redding Community Center

WHAT is a Speak Up? 

An opportunity to become better informed via direct dialogue between residents and a cross-section of elected officials and town employees.

WHO are the invited panelists? 

Town of Redding: First Selectman; Social Services Director; Board of Finance Chair; Health Officer; Chief of Police; Superintendent of Schools; Fire Chief; Planning and Zoning Officer; Building Inspector; Park & Recreation Director CT

State Legislators: State Senator Will Haskell State Representatives Raghib Allie-Brennan and Anne Hughes

WHY should I attend?

This is an opportunity for Redding residents to:

 Ask their questions and/or voice their concerns

 Hear directly from elected officials and town employees

 Get informed!

More Details: https://townofreddingct.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/2020-RLWV-Speak-U...

The Redding board meets on the second Monday of each month (except June and July) at 12 noon at the Redding Town Hall.   

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Contact Us

Covering: Redding, Redding Ridge, West Redding
Contact: Emily d'Aulaire
Web: https://my.lwv.org/connecticut/local-leagues/lwv-redding
Email: lwvredding [at] lwvct.org
Redding League of Women Voters
P.O. Box 1100, Redding Center, CT 06875 

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President: Kim O'Rielly
First Vice President & Secretary: Emily d'Aulaire
Second Vice President: Margaret Brown
Treasurer: Janice Meehan
Elected Directors: Mary Ann Carman, Virginia Cohen Jean Taylor, Jean Whitham, Mary Beth Sharkey, and Colleen Joyce
Appointed Directors: Phyllis Rhodes
Nominating Committee: Colleen Joyce, Chair; Pat Mosio and Michelle Grande
Voter Services Chair: Mary Beth Sharkey