Join us for our
23nd Annual Women Making History Luncheon

The Arizona Women’s Political Caucus

Cordially invites you to our 23nd annual
Women Making History Luncheon

Friday, May 8, 2015
11:30 a.m.
The Arizona Inn
2200 East Elm Street
Tucson, Arizona

Join us to hear from keynote speaker

Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick

Arizona born and raised, Ann Kirkpatrick resides in Flagstaff, but her earliest roots are found in Eastern Arizona on the White Mountain Apache Nation where her father ran a general store and her mother was a schoolteacher.

After earning her law degree from the University of Arizona, Ann served the people of our state in a variety of positions. In 1980, she became Coconino County's first female Deputy County Attorney, cracking down on criminals and protecting neighborhoods and families in Northern Arizona. She later served as Sedona’s City Attorney.

In November 2004, Ann’s neighbors elected her to the Arizona House of Representatives where she championed fiscal responsibility and quality education. Then, in 2008, Ann was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. She has since worked fiercely to create a strong, diversified economy for Arizona, protect veterans and seniors, and earned a reputation as a respected problem-solver who’s willing to work across party lines to put her district first.

In November 2014, the voters of Arizona’s Congressional District One elected Ann to a third term. In the 114th Congress, she currently serves on the House Committee on Agriculture and the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.

And join us to congratulate Marion Pickens as she is presented the 2015 Mim Morris Women Making History Award.

Reserve your seat by Friday, April 24th.

Tickets are $55.

Tables of ten are $550

Students or young professionals under 25: $30

To purchase a table please contact

We’ll see you all there, this is sure to be a great event.

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