“Native American Tribes In Ohio”
Friday, January 7, 2022 at 2 PM
Zoom meeting
The first peoples in Ohio were not European settlers but rather hunting and gathering indigenous groups who roamed much of the Buckeye State from around 13,000 BCE until around 1500 CE. And then, it seemed that native peoples disappeared from Ohio.
Dr. Jacci Stuckey, Professor of History at Malone University will share with us what happened to them and why they returned when Europeans began to trickle into Ohio country.  She Will discuss Ohio’s own “trail of tears.”

“To Improve the Police, Hire Women”
Saturday, March 26, 2022 at 2 PM [doors open at 1:30]
Women’s History Month Lecture
Location – Community Action Center located at 905 Pittsburg Ave.
Women earned 59% of the bachelor degrees awarded in the US in 2021. But the degrees and jobs are still concentrated in “female work.” Only 12.8% of police officers are female. Dr. Candace McCoy, Professor of Criminal Justice at the City University of New York (CUNY) and daughter of Bev McCoy, will discuss whether law enforcement would improve if more women joined the police force.

AAUW Wooster Branch Annual Spring Luncheon
Saturday, April 23, 2022, 11:30 AM
The Wooster Country Club, 1251 Oak Hill Rd., Wooster
“Spring into Ohio Travel”
Spring is a great time to start planning those Ohio road trips. Diane Rock is the owner and editor of and She will be sharing some ideas for Ohio road trips that include some of her favorite attractions, unique stops, gardens, special festivals, places to shop, backroad driving tours, and more. All attendees will receive a travel bag of Ohio brochures and itineraries. 



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