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==Six Rivers Planned Parenthood==
 
==Six Rivers Planned Parenthood==
From 2007-2008, Pam Ford Cavanagh was the Vice Chair of Six Rivers Planned Parenthood. <ref name=impact2008> [http://www.plannedparenthood.org/srpp/files/Six-Rivers/07-08_Annual_Report.pdf](accessed on August 11, 2012)</ref> She is the current Board Chair for Six Rivers Planned Parenthood. <ref name=impact2008> [http://www.plannedparenthood.org/srpp/board-members-36965.htm](accessed on August 11, 2012)</ref> The Six Rivers Planned Parenthood newsletters up until before Fall 2010 list her as the Vice Chair as well. <ref name=impact2008> [http://ppforec.com/srpp/files/Six-Rivers/Fall_2009_Newsletter.pdf](accessed on August 11, 2012)</ref> For 2010 newsletters, <ref name=impact2008> [http://www.plannedparenthood.org/srpp/files/Six-Rivers/Spring_2010_Newsletter.pdf](accessed on August 11, 2012)</ref> as well as the 2010-2011 Annual Report, Pam Ford Cavanagh is listed as the Board Chair, having taken over from Allan Katz.[http://www.plannedparenthood.org/srpp/images/10-11_AR_Donors_Removed.pdf]
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From 2007-2008, Pam Ford Cavanagh was the Vice Chair of Six Rivers Planned Parenthood. <ref name=impact2008> [http://www.plannedparenthood.org/srpp/files/Six-Rivers/07-08_Annual_Report.pdf](accessed on August 11, 2012)</ref> She is the current Board Chair for Six Rivers Planned Parenthood. <ref name=impact2008> [http://www.plannedparenthood.org/srpp/board-members-36965.htm](accessed on August 11, 2012)</ref> The Six Rivers Planned Parenthood newsletters up until before Fall 2010 list her as the Vice Chair as well. <ref name=impact2008> [http://ppforec.com/srpp/files/Six-Rivers/Fall_2009_Newsletter.pdf](accessed on August 11, 2012)</ref> For 2010 newsletters, <ref name=impact2008> [http://www.plannedparenthood.org/srpp/files/Six-Rivers/Spring_2010_Newsletter.pdf](accessed on August 11, 2012)</ref> as well as the 2010-2011 Annual Report, Pam Ford Cavanagh is listed as the Board Chair, having taken over from Allan Katz.[http://www.plannedparenthood.org/srpp/images/10-11_AR_Donors_Removed.pdf]. Six Rivers Planned Parenthood, as well as Cavanagh, was mentioned in the ''Redwood Times'' in the article "Contributions saves Planned Parenthood program despite budget cuts" from October 27, 2011. She is credited in the article with raising funds, alongside fellow education campaign co-chair, Richard Steppe, with raising $160,000 from the local community. <ref name=impact2008> [http://www.redwoodtimes.com/health/ci_19206689](accessed on August 11, 2012)</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 05:06, 13 August 2012

Pam Ford Cavanagh

Six Rivers Planned Parenthood

From 2007-2008, Pam Ford Cavanagh was the Vice Chair of Six Rivers Planned Parenthood. [1] She is the current Board Chair for Six Rivers Planned Parenthood. [1] The Six Rivers Planned Parenthood newsletters up until before Fall 2010 list her as the Vice Chair as well. [1] For 2010 newsletters, [1] as well as the 2010-2011 Annual Report, Pam Ford Cavanagh is listed as the Board Chair, having taken over from Allan Katz.[2]. Six Rivers Planned Parenthood, as well as Cavanagh, was mentioned in the Redwood Times in the article "Contributions saves Planned Parenthood program despite budget cuts" from October 27, 2011. She is credited in the article with raising funds, alongside fellow education campaign co-chair, Richard Steppe, with raising $160,000 from the local community. [1]

Facebook

Pam Ford Cavanagh has made comments on posts from the Six Rivers Planned Parenthood Facebook page. [1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 [1](accessed on August 11, 2012)

Six Rivers Planned Parenthood 2007-2008 Annual Report

SRPP: Voice For Choice Newsletter, Issue 25, Fall 2009

SRPP: Voice For Choice Newsletter, Issue 26, Spring 2010

Six Rivers Planned Parenthood 2010-2011 Annual Report

Six Rivers Planned Parenthood: Board Members

Redwood Times, "Contributions saves Planned Parenthood program despite budget cuts", October 27, 2011

Six Rivers Planned Parenthood on Facebook