League of Women Voters making a comeback
By RICHARD F. BELISLE
About 35 members of the newly reorganized Washington County League of Women Voters held their first major function since disbanding nearly four years ago when they hosted a legislative breakfast Saturday for eight members of the county's delegation to the General Assembly.
The league, once an active force in politics and local elections until it disbanded in 1994, is determined to make a comeback in Washington County, one of its leaders said Saturday.
Elizabeth Early, past president and now adviser for the local chapter, said about 50 members have joined since a reorganizational meeting in October. Early said she's hoping for an eventual membership of more than 100.