PALMDALE – “Hot Button” issues will be the focus of a “Topics Luncheon” this Thursday sponsored by the League of Women Voters Antelope Valley.
The Quarterly Topics Lunch discussion will start at 11:30 a.m., Thursday, April 25 at the Palmdale Hotel, located at 300 West Palmdale Boulevard in Palmdale.
“These luncheons provide a place to begin or continue a conversation on the issues,” Denise Latanzi, LWVAV president said. “It can be the first step in finding that middle ground on issues that are highly controversial,” she concluded.
Each table will have a different topic and be moderated in order to ensure respectful and helpful discussion.
Topics for luncheon include:
- Gun Control: A real possibility or an impossible hope?
- Bullying: What can we really do to combat intimidation in our schools?
- Increasing Community Involvement in the AV: How can we increase the awareness of community happenings and the encouraging of greater involvement throughout the AV?
- Immigration: Do we have common ground, can we engage areas of difference?
The cost of the Luncheon is $20, and can be prepaid at www.lwvav.org by credit card, or by cash or check at the door. Seating is limited.
The League of Women Voters Antelope Valley (LWCAV) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that neither supports, nor endorses any particular candidate or party.
Anyone interested in becoming a member, or needing further information is encouraged to visit the website at www.lwvav.org.