Tea for the 19th

Group marks 100 years since women gained right to vote

MELODIC TUNES—Masayo Honjo plays the harp during AAUW Thousand Oaks’ Suffrage Tea on March 1 in celebration of the centennial of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. The event was held at Oaknoll Clubhouse in Thousand Oaks. Photos by JOSEPH A. GARCIA Acorn Newspapers

MELODIC TUNES—Masayo Honjo plays the harp during AAUW Thousand Oaks’ Suffrage Tea on March 1 in celebration of the centennial of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. The event was held at Oaknoll Clubhouse in Thousand Oaks. Photos by JOSEPH A. GARCIA Acorn Newspapers

HARD FOUGHT—Jeanette Hosek speaks about what women went through in their struggle to gain the right to vote.

HARD FOUGHT—Jeanette Hosek speaks about what women went through in their struggle to gain the right to vote.

RAISE A GLASS—Newbury Park resident Sheryl Ritzman, left, and Agoura Hills resident Sharon Dyer join others in a toast to the 19th Amendment.

RAISE A GLASS—Newbury Park resident Sheryl Ritzman, left, and Agoura Hills resident Sharon Dyer join others in a toast to the 19th Amendment.