UMW Salad Supper

You do not want to miss
Centreville United Methodist Women’s Annual Salad Supper!

Virginia’s former First Lady, Dorothy McAuliffe, is the guest speaker and will address issues about hunger, especially childhood hunger.

Everyone is asked to bring a salad or dessert to share at the potluck dinner.
LOCATION: Fellowship Hall, Centreville United Methodist Church, 6400 Old Centreville Road, Centreville, VA
DATE:  Monday, June 11, 2018
TIME: 7:00 p.m.
To ensure we have seating for everyone, kindly RSVP by Friday, June 8 to one of the following:
Patricia Wolfe, CUMC UMW President @
Patsy Brown, Felicity Circle Chair @

Dorothy McAuliffe has been a committed advocate for women’s health, public safety, social justice, and equal opportunity for all Virginians, particularly Virginia’s children.

As First Lady of the Commonwealth, she engaged stakeholders across Virginia to seek solutions that expand opportunities for national service, increase support for military-connected families, and empower community efforts linking locally grown food, education, health, and nutrition.

As First Lady, she served as Chair of the Commonwealth Council on Bridging the Nutritional Divide across the Virginia food system to seek solutions that eliminate childhood hunger, develop local agriculture, and empower community efforts linking locally grown food, education, health, and nutrition.

Mrs. McAuliffe’s advocacy resulted in $2.7 million over three years in the Governor’s budget to help schools adopt breakfast after the bell programs. This historic investment, in conjunction with her partnership with the No Kid Hungry Virginia campaign, led to an increase of more than 10 million school breakfasts served to Virginia students each year.

Dorothy McAuliffe is a graduate of The Catholic University of America, and completed her J.D. at Georgetown University Law Center. She recently completed a Fellowship at Georgetown’s Institute of Politics and Policy at the McCourt School of Public Service and continues to serve as the Chair of the No Kid Hungry Virginia campaign.

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