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City and County Use of Federal Funds

City & County Use of CARES Act & American Rescue Plan Funds

Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Noon-1 p.m.
On Zoom 

Boone County Commissioner Janet Thompson and Columbia City Finance Director Matt Lue will provide an update on how the City of Columbia and Boone County are using funds from the CARES Act and the American Rescue Plan.

Co-sponsored by the Columbia Public Library.

Register to receive a Zoom link. The event will also be recorded for later viewing.


Virtual Voting Conversations

The Boone County Clerk’s office is offering several online events on Facebook which are virtual conversations about the history of voting, access, and how to register and vote in upcoming elections. Be a model citizen by staying informed! Bring your questions.

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Youth Mental Health Issues

Youth Mental Health Issues
Lunch & Learn
Tuesday, May 11, 2021
12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m.
On Zoom

Every developmental stage, and especially the teen years, is accompanied
by its own challenges to emotional and mental well-being. What are the
signs we should recognize and how might we effectively assist the youth exhibiting them?

Viewers are welcome to pose questions in the Zoom Chat.
This program is cosponsored by the Columbia Public Library.

Please register at this link:

Webinar Registration – Zoom

Advocacy Day and RALLY AT THE CAPITOL to protect the Ballot Initiative
April 28, 2021
10:00 a.m.

Members of LWVMO and several other organizations are rallying at the Capitol on Wednesday, April 28 at 10 a.m. (and virtually) to advocate against legislation that would reduce opportunities for citizens to have impact on state government.

·         Bills already passed the House and are on the calendar to be debated in the Senate are HB 333 and HJR 20.  These would: Require a ⅔ supermajority to pass ballot initiatives, instead of a simple majority

·         Shorten the period of time to gather signatures

·         Increase the required signatures by hundreds of thousands

·         Enact other measures that would render the initiative process nearly unusable

Join MO Voter Protection Coalition, LWV, Show Me Integrity, PROMO, ACLU, Empower MO, NORML, Planned Parenthood, and others for this Wednesday’s Rally. Details at this link:

Redistricting Day of Action

April 29, 2021

7 p.m. 

League of Women Voters of Missouri
“Can We Stop Gerrymandering?”

Webinar led by Sharon Geuea Jones 

Register here:

Webinar Registration – Zoom