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Women's History Luncheon 2024
Undaunted: How Women Changed American Journalism

Join fellow area League members in celebrating Women's History Month! 


Don't miss this special discussion between Chicago Tribune columnist and renowned journalist Heidi Stevens (live) and author Brooke Kroeger (via Zoom) on her latest book Undaunted: How Women Changed American Journalism. The event is limited to 48 attendees and deadline to purchase tickets is March 3, 2024.


Undaunted is a representative history of the American women who surmounted every impediment put in their way to do journalism’s most valued work. It explores the careers of standout woman reporters who covered major news stories and every conflict at home and abroad since before the Civil War, and celebrates those exceptional careers up to the present. This important book unveils the huge and singular impact exceptional women have had on a vital profession still dominated by men.

 Autographed books, courtesy of The Book Stall, will be available for purchase during the event.

Two step process for registration:

1.  Purchase your luncheon ticket(s)

2.  Return to this page and order your sandwich choice.

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WHEN:  Saturday, March 9 @ 12:15 to 2:00 PM

WHERE: Winnetka Congregational Church, 725 Pine Street (Centennial Room), Winnetka

COST: $40 includes Sunset Food's box lunch (choice of sandwich, primavera salad, fruit salad, cookie), soft drinks, and the program. Limited to 48 attendees. Deadline to purchase tickets is March 3, 2024.

SANDWICH CHOICE: After you purchase a ticket, you need to return to this page and order your sandwich selection.  Thanks! 

PAYMENT:  You'll be paying through PayPal.  You do not need a PayPal account to purchase a ticket; you can use a choice of credit cards. You will be asked several times to set up a PayPall account; just keep following the instruction.  On one screen, you'll find a little toggle "switch" that you'll need to turn off to not set up an account.  

SPONSORS: The League of Women Voters of Winnetka-Northfield-Kenilworth, Evanston, Glenview-Glencoe, and Wilmette 


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