The object of this organization is to contribute to the educational, cultural, and charitable needs of this community, and to enhance the social life of its members. In so doing, it will not promote or support any political cause, party, or individual. We were formerly […]
This September, the WSCW Veterans’ Project begins another year with plans for hosting a monthly coffee with muffins for residents of the Community Living Center at the Veterans’ Hospital in Manchester. Bingo games every other month are also planned, along with an annual cookout and […]
“Warmth for Warriors” (www.warmthforwarriors.com) not only warms heads but also boosts morale with a “thank you” to United States soldiers being deployed overseas for anywhere from 9 to 12 months. Asked what they would like, service men and women departing from Pease Air Base in […]
Look for the Woman’s Service Club of Windham’s baked goods table at the annual Harvest Festival and don’t miss our home-baked cookies, cakes, and other sweets! Proceeds benefit the WSCW’s many local charitable activities such as donations to our school libraries, the Nesmith library, a […]
A New Hampshire Humanities program – Cal Knickerbocker will present: Your Hit Parade – 25 Years of Presenting America’s Top Popular Songs Meetings are held upstairs in the town hall. Luncheon will begin at 11:30 and will be followed by a program and business meeting. […]
Please help those in need by donating your clean and serviceable coats and sweaters for men, women, and children. Your donation will keep someone warm this winter while your generosity will warm your heart. Bring items to Town Hall on Saturday, October 7, 2017, 9:00 […]
At the September 6 meeting, members reached into their wallets for Hurricane Harvey victims and donated $277 to the Houston Food Bank. Anyone interested in making additional donations will find extensive information here: http://www.houstonfoodbank.org/.
Guest speaker of our first meeting, September 6, 2017 at Windham Town Hall, was author Kat Howard. Kat gave a lively talk about her critically acclaimed book “Roses and Rot” and her other works in the fantasy, medieval, and science fiction genre. She answered members’ […]
The WSCW participated in the 275th birthday party of Windham after the proclamation was read on Friday night. Giving out cupcakes, water, and party favors are Rebecca Howard, Maureen Homsey, Ruth Coole, and Valerie Bronstein.
At our May meeting Carol Settino, our outgoing president, was presented with a gift in appreciation for her work on the board for the last six years. Carol served two years as treasurer, two years as Vice-President, and two years as President. She has also […]