Pennington Day Saturday, May 21. 10am – 4pm
The League of Women Voters of New Jersey has developed this Primary Election Guide to answer questions about our scheduled primary election. (pdf format)
Community Service Award
The recipient of the Hopewell Valley League of Women Voters Community Service Award 2016 will be announced soon. This award was established in 1985 to recognize a public or private high school senior who resides in Hopewell Valley. The candidate should be a student who has demonstrated commitment to school, church, or community through active volunteer work and shows promise of continuing involvement. Students have been recognized for diverse community activities and services which include teaching and serving in their church; heading up local efforts for national or local charities; providing leadership for school and community organizations and initiatives; pursuing community-oriented Scouting projects; serving with local fire and rescue squads; or similar good works.
The recipient of the 2016 Award will receive a $500 cash gift. The Service Award Committee will announce this year's recipient in May with a formal presentation to follow. The service award will also be announced in the recipient's high school commencement program.
Many young people in our community deserve recognition for their committed community service. The League reserves the right to withdraw this award in any year that no deserving candidates are nominated.
Keep in touch with the League of Women Voters of Hopewell Valley. We will inform you of important events. We will not share your email address with any other organization.
Membership Application (pdf format)
Become a member of The League of Women Voters of Hopewell Valley. For more information, write to Box 82, Pennington, NJ 08534, or send email.
The Hopewell Valley League of Women Voters