The League of Women Voters

Westwood-Walpole, Massachusetts

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Our League

The Westwood-Walpole League runs a number of programs throughout the year. Check our home page for information about upcoming events. Email us for more information about our services and activities.

The Board, with guidance from the membership at annual meeting, sets priorities, and plans the League's program for the year. The Board holds monthy meetings to which all members are invited. 

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Board of Directors

Here are some of the people who are responsible for managing and developing programs and activities for the Westwood/Walpole LWV.

Phoebe Joseph
I joined LWV in 1962 as a single mother seeking adult company. I enjoyed serving on committees and learning about issues. I have served as President, and for many years as Treasurer, and would recommend League for curious people seeking community involvement.

Virginia Fettig
I joined the League as a young stay-at-home mother mostly to get out of the house and give my brain a much-needed workout. I found a group of energetic, intelligent, engaging women with whom I have been proud to associate ever since. Because I believe the League is a very important part of citizen efforts to sustain and improve our democracy, I continue to be active.

Judy Barrington
I joined the League 40 years ago because I wanted to learn more about issues affecting us especially at the local level. After a few years "off" I rejoined about 6 years ago and am still learning. I believe that most women and men would benefit by joining the League with its traditions and from the energies of this dynamic group.

Nancy Farris

Marcia Hirshberg


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