DOV General Meetings

The general meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of the month at the Oro Valley Public Library located at the corner of La Canada and Naranja Drive.

Arrive at 6:45 PM to socialize. The meeting begins at 7:00 PM.

The meetings are open to the public at no cost. There are always interesting guest speakers and programs. So come, bring a friend, and enjoy the company of your like-minded neighbors!

Monday, February 12, 2018

Dr. Barbara Warren on The Extreme Weather Challenge and Meg Pradelt on the Request to Speak System.

Future General Meeting speakers and programs

  • Deedra Abboud, Candidate for United States Senate

Previous General Meeting speakers and programs

  • Linda Lyon, retired Colonel from the Air Force, and AZ House candidate Hollace Lyon spoke at the January meeting. Their topic: "Saving Our Democracy," a riveting message of hope and resolve in taking back our government from those who wish to destroy it.
  • We welcomed Greer Warren who delivered a talk on civics and structure of Arizona government at our November meeting.
  • We welcomed Betty Stauffer from Literacy Connects on October 9th.
  • Dr. Jeffrey Kargel, Senior Research Scientist at the University of Arizona, spoke at our September meeting.
  • David Garcia, candidate for Governor of Arizona, spoke at our August meeting.
  • A.J. Flick, spoke on her journey "Journalist to Activist" at our July meeting.
  • Steve Farley, 2018 Gubernatorial candidate, spoke on his plans for Arizona, at the June meeting.
  • Our April meeting featured Brian Bickel who spoke on the up-coming redistricting and how to prepare for it.
  • Dustin Williams, Pima County Superintendent of Schools, spoke at our March meeting.
  • At our February meeting, Robert Hertzog, a retired Indiana University Associate Professor of Communication, who lives in Tucson, spoke on "Propaganda and Fake News."
  • We had a lively group addressing postcards, and learning how to Request to Speak at the State Legislature at our January meeting.
  • Jo Holt, the Chair of the Pima County Democratic Party, recapped the election at the November meeting.