Information for Meeting of Hampshire-Franklin Commission on the Status of Women and Girls
Tuesday February 9, 2021 6 PM EST

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Town:Shutesbury, MA 
Board:Hampshire-Franklin Commission on the Status of Women and Girls
Time:Tuesday February 9, 2021 6 PM EST
Location:* Virtual Meeting

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6:00 pm - Roll Call and Call to Order
Welcoming of Guests, introductions and public speak out period
6:15 pm - Review and acceptance of minute meetings from our January 12, 2021 meeting
6:20 pm - begin transitioning into the Check-in & Chat with local our local State Representatives Mindy Domb, Lindsay Sabadosa, Natalie Blais, Daniel Carey, and Jacob Oliveira.
6:30 pm - Check-in & Chat (Facebook Live Event) Introductions
● Discussions lead by local state representatives about legislation being filed in support of women and girls.
● Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women’s Legislative
priorities.

● Hunger-Free Campus Initiative and School Meals for All, legislation being filed by anti-hunger advocates.
● Public lead discussion and question on other legislative proposals or community needs.
7:30 - 7:45 pm Conclusion and identifying actions and next steps.
7:45: pm - Commissioners will continue their monthly meeting and all other items that may lawfully come before this body.
8:15 pm - Adjournment
Scheduled By:Grace Bannasch
Posted At:Feb 5, 2021 10:10 AM EST
Last Modified:Feb 5, 2021 10:10 AM EST
Minutes:Minutes are not on record with the Town Clerk's office
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