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In addition to those hottest of hot button issues, the league has involved itself with a comprehensive roster of social and political concerns in the Las Vegas Valley, including child care, pollution, health, housing, education, school lunches, parks, land use and welfare reform, along with its nonstop activities aimed at educating voters.

the story of the political and social evolution of the Las Vegas Valley itself during the latter half of the 20th century.

Local League of Women Voters marks 50 years of tackling hot button issuesSondra Cosgrove, president of League of Women Voters of Las Vegas Valley and history professor at College of Southern Nevada, stands outside at CSN Cheyenne Campus Thursday, March 27, 2014, in Las Vegas. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the nonpartisan League of Women Voters of Las Vegas Valley. (Ronda Churchill/Las Vegas Review Journal)

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the nonpartisan League of Women Voters of Las Vegas Valley. (Ronda Churchill/Las Vegas Review Journal)

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Why did those founding women opt to affiliate with the League of Women Voters? For one thing, Cosgrove said, the women decided that affiliating with an already existing national organization would offer their new group resources for example, research about public issues conducted by other league chapters that would be of use here, too they wouldn't enjoy otherwise.

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By November 1964, the chapter had grown to 71 members. In May 1965, the League of Women Voters of Las Vegas Valley was formally recognized by the national organization, and the league here grew in membership in subsequent years, hitting 200 in 1969.

Where: Las Vegas Social Club, Main Street Station, 200 N.

creation of a chapter here.

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Local League of Women Voters marks 50 years of tackling hot button issuesSondra Cosgrove, president of League of Women Voters of Las Vegas Valley and history professor at College of Southern Nevada, stands outside at CSN Cheyenne Campus Thursday, March 27, 2014, in Las Vegas. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the nonpartisan League of Women Voters of Las Vegas Valley. (Ronda Churchill/Las Vegas Review Journal)

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So, on April 29, 1964, the Las Vegas Valley chapter's history notes, a meeting was held at the home of Mrs. John Wright, president of the Faculty Wives Club of Nevada Southern University (which later would become the University of Nevada, Las Vegas). On May 1, a temporary committee was formed and 16 women joined together to form a new League of Women Voters chapter, which held its first meeting May 7.

The local affiliate of the national voter advocacy organization tackled school integration here during the '60s, equal rights for women during the '70s, the federal government's plans to store nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain during the '80s and mental health issues during the '90s.

During a meeting on May 16, the women who would become the chapter's founding members learned that their new chapter would encompass the entire valley. On May 25, 41 women 28 of whom paid their dues of $5 attended a meeting where a provisional league chapter was created.

Local League of Women Voters marks 50 years of tackling hot button issues6/23/1966 George "Bud" Albright, President of the LVCVA, meets with representatives from the League of Women Voters. The public is invited. Tuesday

a professor of history at the College of Southern Nevada.

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Sondra Cosgrove, current president of the local affiliate, notes that the visit came at a time when the Las Vegas Valley was experiencing the full maturity of its postwar years and facing some difficult growing pains. "One of the main reasons we incorporated in 1964 was for desegregation of schools. That was the first big thing," said Cosgrove, Prada Bags Mini

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By the early '60s, life in the valley was shifting from being about more than "just the Strip and the little houses that served the Strip that kind of company town feeling," and seeing the growing need for such quality of life amenities such as parks and schools, she said. "By 1964, women were speaking out about the fact we needed to have plans for schools and we needed to make sure we have hospitals that are accessible."

Buy PhotoLocal League of Women Voters marks 50 years of tackling hot button issuesSondra Cosgrove, president of League of Women Voters of Las Vegas Valley and history professor at College of Southern Nevada, stands outside at CSN Cheyenne Campus Thursday, March 27, 2014, in Las Vegas. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the nonpartisan League of Women Voters of Las Vegas Valley. (Ronda Churchill/Las Vegas Review Journal)

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