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Cache Celebration of Women's Suffrage 2020

Our purpose is to celebrate

1870: Utah became a leader in women's suffrage, a movement working to gain voting rights for women

1920: This victory on August 26, 1920 meant that women could no longer be barred from voting because of their gender.

1965: One of the most far-reaching pieces of civil rights legislation in United States history.

We are a committee comprised of women and men who are working together to plan community events to celebrate our suffrage history.

Committee Members

Amy Anderson

Jamie Andrus

Ann Austin

Kerry Bringhurst

Karina Brown 

Wendy Carter

Karen Clark

Mary Urban Clarke

Star Coulbrooke

Holly Daines

Gail Griswold

Wendi Hassan

Susan Jelus

Roxana King

Joyce Kinkead

Charlotte McConkie

Matilyn Mortensen

Sheri Newton

Sydney Peterson

Marianne Sidwell

Julie Hollist Terrill

Barbara Tidwell 

Jami Van Huss

Richard & Sharon West

Dana Worley

Gina Worthen

Barbara Tidwell, Co-Chair

Cache County Council 

gbtidwell@comcast.net

Karina Andelin Brown,  Co-Chair

Cache Chamber of Commerce Legislative Affairs Committee

karina@karinaforutah.com

Gina Worthen, Treasurer

Cache County Council

ginaw2@gmx.com

Gail Griswold, Exhibit Designer

gailgriswold@yahoo.com

The story of the struggle for woman's suffrage in Utah is the story of all efforts for the advancement and betterment of humanity."

Martha Hughes Cannon, first female State Senator in the United States

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