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Women's History Month Luncheon Nomination Form
Woman of the Year Nominations are being solicited by the Solano County Women's History Month Luncheon Committee under the auspices of the Solano County Library Foundation. The nominations will be reviewed and decided by a selection committee. Nominations are open to women who reside in Solano County and who have played an integral part in the development and/or implementation of project(s)/events or commerce that have benefited Solano County. The winner will be presented at the 8th Annual Women's History Month Luncheon to be held on March 27th to coincide with National Women's History Month. The program acknowledges those exceptional, multifaceted women who have enhanced life in Solano County through their careers and volunteer activities. This year's theme is "Weaving the Stories of Women's Lives".
Tickets and sponsorships for the annual event are available here
Coming next spring. >BookFest Solano celebrates our passion for books, writers, and libraries. This free-to-the-public festival features an exhibit hall with booksellers, publishers, authors, book-related merchandise, and people with book-crafting and marketing skills showcasing their products and services. More information at bookfestsolano.com
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To foster better communication with our supporters and to encourage more participation in Foundation and Library events and projects, we began our membership program in November 2006.
LEARN Sponsorship boosts Children's Literacy in Solano
(Jan 11, 2013) Efforts to increase children's literacy in Solano County got a big boost with more than $8,500 in contributions from local businesses.
The Literacy in Education Access Resource Network (LEARN) received grants of $3,000 each from Comcast and Kaiser Permanente. Combined with a $2,500 sponsorship from Sutter Health's Sacramento Sierra Region; enhancing its efforts to stem the dropout rate in local schools.Read more...