Once you become a member, you can join a “Unit”! Units are small group meetings – often in a member’s home – where you can discuss current civic issues. Units provide opportunities to become better acquainted with other members. In addition, Unit discussions can lead to recommendations about local advocacy and educational activities. Unit members’ opinions, formed through in-depth discussions, substantially influence the League’s program planning and advocacy positions.
Units meet monthly (except in December and summer), in neighborhood locations across Portland. You can attend any unit that occurs at a time and/or location convenient for you–just find a unit below that you want to attend, then find the Unit Leader’s contact information in your Membership Directory. Note that the locations for some units vary from month to month.
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Portland Units, 2019-20:
Unit 1: 7-9 pm (4th Monday) (This is the only Unit that meets in the evening.) Unit Leader – Colleen Shoemaker
Unit 2: 10 am-noon (4th Monday) Unit Leader: Paulette Meyer
Unit 4: 1-3 pm (3rd Thursday) Unit Leader: Anne Pechovnik, Holladay Park Plaza penthouse, 1300 NE 16th Ave. 97232
Unit 5: 10:30 am-12:30 pm (3rd Saturday) (This is the only Unit that meets on a Saturday.) Unit Leader: Linda Mather, Terwilliger Plaza, 2545 SW Terwilliger Blvd. 97201
Unit 6: 9:30-11:30 am (4th Tuesday) Unit Leader: Christine Moore
Unit 7: 1-3 pm (the Monday after the Civic Ed program) Unit Leader: Corinne Paulson
Unit 8: Searching for a New Leader! This is an online unit that has operated in some years when members were interested in meeting virtually. It will not meet again until someone volunteers to lead it. To see more about how it worked, click here. Participants could join the virtual discussion at anytime.