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Welcome

Welcome

The purpose 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 […]

Wednesday February 6, 2019 Meeting

Wednesday February 6, 2019 Meeting

Gu Gong, a Journey Into Calm. Marie Portner presents a program of gentle stretching. Post Views: 58

CANDIDATES NIGHT DATE ANNOUNCED

CANDIDATES NIGHT DATE ANNOUNCED

In keeping with its decades-long tradition of service to the Town, the Woman’s Service Club of Windham (WSCW) is proud to announce that Candidates Night for 2019 will take place at Town Hall on Thursday, February 14, starting promptly at 7:00 p.m.  The Moderator will […]

OUTSTANDING WINDHAM STUDENTS EACH AWARDED $2000 WSCW SCHOLARSHIP

OUTSTANDING WINDHAM STUDENTS EACH AWARDED $2000 WSCW SCHOLARSHIP

At the January 2, 2019 meeting of Woman’s Service Club of Windham, the recipients of our two annual scholarships, Christine Khabbaf and Jude Donabedian, received their awards of $2,000 each. WSCW scholarship recipients are chosen based on their prior academic performance, community service, and financial […]

Holiday Luncheon

Holiday Luncheon

Many thanks to Program Chairman Nancy Greenberg and her enthusiastic WSCW crew for a marvelous luncheon event at the Coach Stop Restaurant on Wednesday, December 5.  Great food, great company, wonderful decorations, and great raffle prizes made this annual event fun and memorable for everyone […]

2018 COAT DRIVES BRINGS 1,475 ITEMS TO FAMILIES!

2018 COAT DRIVES BRINGS 1,475 ITEMS TO FAMILIES!

Adding November’s 687 coats, sweaters, and other winter items to the 788 collected the month before — aided this time by an impressive group of Windham High student volunteers — the WSCW was able to donate nearly 1500 items to needy families in Windham and […]

NOVEMBER 7, 2014 GUEST SPEAKER

NOVEMBER 7, 2014 GUEST SPEAKER

Brenda Guggisberg, Executive Director of “The Upper Room – A Family Resource Center,” described to WSCW members the vital and very diversified support services provided by this nonprofit organization.   Located in Derry, the Upper Room serves children, teens, families, and those in need in many […]

October 3, 2018 Guest Speaker

October 3, 2018 Guest Speaker

At the October 3 meeting, singer-actress Deborah Anne Gross gave a captivating portrayal of New Hampshire’s own pre-Civil War abolitionist and women’s rights activist Abby Hutchinson, with songs, ballads, hymns, and fascinating stories from that tumultuous period in our history.  This was a NH Humanities […]

DONATION TO NESMITH LIBRARY

DONATION TO NESMITH LIBRARY

Polly Chervincky, President of the Woman’s Service Club of Windham, presents Diane Mayr, co-assistant director of Nesmith Library, with check for two “Reads To Go” book bags.  The New Hampshire “Reads To Go” Program makes book discussion kits, containing 15 books and discussion questions, available […]

GUEST SPEAKERS SHARE COMMUNITY GOALS

GUEST SPEAKERS SHARE COMMUNITY GOALS

At our September 5th, 2018 monthly membership meeting, two guest speakers — Diane Carpenter, a founder and officer of the Windham Endowment for Community Advancement, and Dianna Fallon, a founder and officer of Friends of Moeckel Pond — shared heartening news of their respective organizations’ […]