"We really enjoyed the stage program when some local women dressed up as historic Yolo County women. I remember Margy Yutzy as Margaret McDowell. I think having a connection to the historic women from all parts of the county is important."
formerly of West Sacramento
"I have attended the luncheons for several years. My mother, though she did not have the opportunity to attend college, was an independent woman who was very interested in the history and culture of her family and her community. It is encouraging to see that spirit continue, not only in the women of my family, but also in our Yolo County community."
Yolo County Women’s History Month Committee is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt California non-profit corporation. Contributions to YCWHM qualify as tax-deductible for donors.
28th Annual Luncheon
The annual Yolo County Women's History Month luncheon highlights the achievements of local women leaders. We are looking forward to the 28th anniversary luncheon, to be held Thursday, March 5, 2015, at the Woodland Community & Senior Center, 2001 East Street, Woodland. Click here for the luncheon invitation.
The 2015 luncheon is sold out. We are no longer taking reservations.
2015 WHM Theme
Each year, March is designated nationally as Women's History Month. The 2015 national theme is 'Weaving the Stories of Women's Lives.'
At this year’s luncheon, the stories of four women who were immigrants or descendants of immigrants who came to Yolo County from different countries will be highlighted: Alice Carbahal, of Spanish descent from Winters; Bessie Anderson, of Irish descent from Zamora and Knights Landing; Tanya Volkers, of Russian descent from West Sacramento; and Frances Sakai, of Japanese descent from Clarksburg.
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