Saturday, May 23rd is our annual meeting. The Call can be accessed here - 2015 Annual Meeting Call
Mary Ellen Brock, GFWC 1st Vice President and Beverley Pallmerine, President of GFWC New England Region will join the festivities. Our meeting will include an opportunity to tour one of our community agencies – The Foundation for Seacoast Health, Portsmouth.
Join us to support victims of crime in New Hampshire.
Schedule of Events
Reception to follow immediately after.
For more information call Brigit Feeney at (603) 271-1239
EAGFWC award from Future Business Leaders of America, a national student organization that fosters leadership and skills training and promotion of community service. Award was given because of a local partnership between the EA GFWC and the Seacoast School of Technology in Exeter NH.
This partnership resulted in a new marketing strategy for the club called a rack card. The students designed the card within their computer design classes to promote the interests of our local organization. The women's club will use the rack card for future recruitment and informational opportunities both inside and outside the club.
The students shown in the picture are the second and third place winners, Courtney Pomroy from Stratham and Celine Demanche from Candia, the first place winner Trevor Robbins from Epping was not present. Members Pam Sakowski, Nancy Greenberg and Sharon Farrington along with the students teacher Kristen Groleau are also pictured.
Although GFWC Federation Day is celebrated on April 24, we have an opportunity to volunteer at Girl's Inc, Concord NH on April 25 for their Comcast Volunteer Day. The more volunteers they get on this day, the more funds they raise, and GFWC-NH may also receive some of those funds!!! A win-win!
We will meet at Girl's Inc, 15 Shawmut St, Concord (their new location), 8am-1pm. They will have jobs inside and out, mostly outside. Wear comfortable clothes, layer, bring gardening gloves - you may be raking, cleaning outside, etc... If you have any rakes or outside tools, please bring them.
Carol Waters, Past President, and Tina Smith, President, presenting a check to Maureen McDonald, Community Relations Director at the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence. Maureen states, "Special thanks to the GFWC New Hampshire for their generous donation to the Coalition to help pay for the printing of our Teen Dating Violence brochure titled “...You Have the Right to Feel Safe.” We are so honored that the GFWC-NH has chosen domestic violence awareness and prevention as their signature project. We look forward to continuing to collaborate in the future".
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