History of Maybury State Park

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In New Ways and New Directions

General Membership Meeting via ZOOM
Tuesday, February 9 at 11:30 AM

Traci Sincock currently serves as the Supervisor of Maybury State Park, Northville’s 944 acre day use park operated by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. During her 26 year career with the Northville Parks and Recreation Department, Traci managed the largest park development growth in Northville’s history, including construction of 9 parks and the renovation of three community center buildings. Upon retiring from the city and township in 2010, Traci served 5 ½ years at the Northville Chamber of Commerce as Associate Director, managing festivals, chamber events and providing support to the business members.

Traci returned to her parks and recreation roots in 2016 when she joined the DNR. Known for her love of collaboration, partnerships and community involvement, Traci remains an active member of the Northville Rotary Club and will serve as Rotary District 6400 Governor in 2022-23.

The link to the ZOOM meeting is emailed to you the day prior to the meeting date.

45th Anniversary

Celebrating 45 Years

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In New Ways and New Directions

In commemoration of our 45th anniversary, let’s take pride in reflecting on our recent successes as we stood together in the face of a raging pandemic. We overcame the obstacle of in-person meetings by transitioning to virtual gatherings where our enrichment programs have remained true to our mission of empowering women, supporting women entrepreneurs and promoting diversity:

September: Mary Pollock, Government Relations Coordinator of AAUW Michigan, spoke on public policy issues impacting women.

October:    Tracy Nichols Busch, PhD, professor of women’s studies and founder of the Ferris Museum of Sexist Objects at Ferris State University, revealed the ugly side of female suppression, demonstrating what women have overcome and challenges they still face.

November: Successful entrepreneur Rachel Liu Martindale, founder and owner of Milk and Honey Bakery in Ann Arbor, led members in a scone bake-a-long and shared her philanthropic and community giving.

December: Talented members Patty Domin and Val Gagnon hosted a gala holiday event, demonstrating gift wrapping and making holiday appetizers and beverages.

January:   Carrie Cook, certified yoga instructor, led members in chair stretching exercises, which can be integrated easily into a home-based workout routine.


2021 Michigan Fashion Designer Showcase Luncheon is RESCHEDULED for April 2, 2022.

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AAUW Spirit Wear

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AAUWNN is now offering branch spirit wear in a variety of styles and colors. We also are now offering tote bags to carry all your purchases home! These stylish tops and quilted vests run true to size, are a very nice quality, and are perfect for a fall day!


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Welcome to the AAUW Northville/Novi Branch

The Northville-Novi Branch was established in 1975 to promote equity and education for women and girls in the Northville-Novi area. The Branch supports a number of community action projects and we raise funds for local college scholarships. Most importantly, our Branch provides our members with opportunities to associate with like minded women and men through our activities and special interest groups. We join because of what AAUW stands for; we stay because of the friendships we make.

Visitors are welcome at all branch meetings. For information about our meeting times and locations, visit the Branch Programs link.

Our Branch Offers

  • A group of educated women with diverse backgrounds and experiences.
  • Informative monthly programs from September through May.
  • Varied interest groups.
  • Community based programs such as Let's Read Math, Career Path Day, Reading in the Schools, and Remember The Ladies.