Celebrate the Centennial in 2020 Votes for Women!

Celebrate the Centennial in 2020 Votes for Women!

In 2020 we celebrate the Centennial of the first votes for women in our country. This commemorative trip led by UUCL will explore the roots of the suffrage movement and other sites in and around Seneca Falls and Rochester, NY.

Tour Includes:
• Round trip luxury motor-coach transportation
• Hotel Accommodations for Four (4) Nights
• Four (4) Breakfasts, Three (3) Lunches, and Four (4) Dinners
• Baggage Handling, Admissions, and Guide Services as Stated in the itinerary

Proceeds benefit the Unitarian Universalist Church of Loudoun (UUCL), a welcoming congregation that embraces diversity, nurtures spirituality, and promotes justice in the world. UUCL is a non-profit organization.

SINGLE OCCUPANCY ROOM – $1,643
DOUBLE OCCUPANCY ROOM – $1,319
Triple and Quad room prices also available

For more information, visit the website at http://uuloudoun.org/uucltrips/.

One Comment

  1. Tina Horn

    White women, anyway. Native American women weren’t franchised until 1924 and the Civil Rights Movement brought African American women the vote in 1965.

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