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Celebrating over 100 Years of Service

March 9: Ted Schulze will speak about his grandmother, Tye Leung Schulz, an American-born woman who excaped domestic servitude at age 9 and an arranged marriage at age 12.  As an adult, she became the first Chinese-American woman to work for the federal government and first to vote in a federal election. Tye Leung Schulze is honored in the PBS Series "Unladylike 2020."

April 13: Jody Lewen from Mt Tamalpais College (formerly known as the Prison University Project) will speak about how the College is making a difference in the lives of those housed in San Quentin.

Listen to Jody's presentation here:

May 11: We celebrate the recipients of our scholarships awarded for community service at our annual Spring Tea.

We are returning to in-person meetings at the CM Community Center!

Depending on the activity, we will be  indoors with masks required or outdoors mask-free. If you have not already verified your vaccination status, please bring your card.

For program plans, check the most recent newsletter.

Recent Programs Spring 2021

June 8: Corte Madera Town Manager, Todd Cusimano, reported on the State of the Town.

July-August: Summer Break.