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First Friday: Education

January First Friday-Education

Seated L-R, Mike Mastrullo, Angel Charles, Matt Lucey. Standing L-R, Sharon Young, Andrew Nyamekye, Sherree Foye, Justin Cameron, Laurie Hunter

LWVMA voter registration at Google's Cambridge office

LWVMA voter registration at Google's Cambridge office

LWVCC's Judy Zaunbrecher registers new voters.

Pamela Maureen Anne and Nancy at 2018 Families March - Boston

2018 Families March - Boston

Pamela Maureen Anne and Nancy at the march

Judy Zaunbrecher - August 2018 candidate forum

August 2018 candidate forum

Judy Zaunbrecher welcomes attendees

2017-18 and 1018-19 Boards of Directors

2017-18 and 2018-19 Boards of Directors

Retiring and newly-elected Boards at the 2018 LWVCC Annual Meeting

2017-18 Observer Corps

2017-18 Observer Corps

Members of the Observer Corps meet monthly to discuss their observations with each other and with LWVCC leadership.

LWVCC at LWVMA Spring Conference

LWVCC at LWVMA Spring Conference

Terri and Anne representing LWVCC at the LWVMA Spring Conference. 

2017-18 LWVCC Book Club meeting

2017-18 LWVCC Book Club meeting

2017-18 LWVCC Book Club Meeting


Welcome to LWVCC. Our work focuses on the education of the public about local, state, and national government. To that end, we have: a vibrant Voter Service Committee that organizes forums for candidates; an active Observer Corps that attends over 18 Town committees; study committees—like ones on immigration and housing—that bring experts to our tables to inform and guide our actions; and a Book Group that reads broadly on issues at every level of government. We welcome your involvement and appreciate your support. 
Diane Proctor, President


Download the PDF iconFall 2018 President's Newsletter, with highlights of the LWVUS 2018 Convention and what lies ahead this Fall,

Concord Town Meeting 2019:  The process to develop the warrant is underway. 

Mapping the Road to Town Meeting: LWVCC Series on Town Meeting process

All meetings are held at Fowler Library, 1322 Main St., Concord, 9:15-11:00 am

February 1, 2019- Climate Change

First Friday Forum on February 1st will focus on climate change. 

Climate Change: Why Do Local Actions Matter?

January Breakfast

January 26, 2019, 9 a.m.-11 a.m.
The Colonial Inn
48 Monument Square

This series of four programs, which the League calls the "Mapping the Road to Town Meeting Series," is a four-part collaborative program with Concord and Carlisle Town Moderators, the Concord Select Board, and the Concord Library Committee, designed to increase public knowledge and participation in government, especially in the Town Meeting Process.