The Oakdale-Riverbank-Escalon Branch (ORE), founded in 1962, is committed to the educational, cultural and environmental improvement of our area as well as our world. We offer thought-provoking programs, varied interest groups and the opportunity to socialize with a diverse group of educated, interesting women. We share a common commitment to continued learning, women’s issues and community betterment. Our common mission in AAUW is to break through barriers for women and girls. Our branch’s primary function is to support and mentor young girls from our community, beginning in junior high with Tech Trek and continuing through high school and college.
Our membership base draws from the three Central Valley towns – Oakdale (population 22,936), Riverbank (population 24,482) and Escalon (population 13,657). There are no barriers to membership based on gender, race, creed, age, sexual orientation, national origin or disability. We are privileged to share membership in the National AAUW and the California AAUW communities.
Current Events – 2022
Spring Brunch a Time for Conclusion, Celebration & Transition, May 14th, 9:00 A.M.
As is our tradition, we will wrap up another stimulating, energizing, and enjoyable year with the following:
- Be introduced to our recently selected scholarship winners.
- Unveil our Named Gift Honoree.
- Install our elected 2022 -2023 officers.
The brunch will be held in the home and yard of one of our members. Cost TBA.
Members are encouraged to invite guests who may be interested in joining our Branch. Attendees must be fully vaccinated.
Attendees to “in person” meetings must be fully vaccinated; masks and social distancing are strongly encouraged. Prospective members in the Oakdale, Riverbank, or Escalon area are invited to attend. Call (209) 847-0271 for location or more information.
Individuals wishing to learn more about AAUW and our ORE Branch can email our Membership VP, Clydora H., firstname.lastname@example.org for information.