Tuesday, April 8, 2014, 7:00 p.m.
Location: First Presbyterian Church, 16 Hitt Street
Program: Women and Gardening/Business, Betsey Kohler, owner and manager of a gardening business.
Betsey Kohler is the owner of Muddy Boots Gardening. She has twenty years of experience growing flowers for the Columbia Farmers Market and seven years of experience working with clients on their gardens. A woman doing a traditionally male job, she finds her business fulfilling and self-rewarding, especially in her relationship to her clients. She works with them so that together they achieve gardens that reflect the clients’ personalities.
AAUW National Legacy Circle, Sue Barley, Missouri State Board member
Sue Barley is a strong supporter of AAUW both nationally and in Missouri. She currently serves on the National Fundraising Committee and the Regulatory Guidance Task Force, as well as the Legacy Circle Committee. She is a member of the Ballwin-Chesterfield and St. Louis branches and is co-Governance/Parliamentarian officer on the AAUW Missouri State Board.