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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 […]

Spring Craft Fair

Spring Craft Fair

The 7th Annual WSCW Spring Craft Fair will be held April 6 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Windham High School.  More than 85 artisans will display a wide variety of fine handmade arts and crafts.  Crafts include Spring decor and wreaths, jewelry, unique bird houses, fabric […]

WINDHAM STUDENTS:  APPLY NOW   FOR $2,500 WSCW COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

WINDHAM STUDENTS: APPLY NOW FOR $2,500 WSCW COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

The Woman’s Service Club of Windham is now accepting applications for two $2,500 college scholarships for 2019-20 academic year.  This represents the WSCW’s most generous scholarship awards in its history. This program is open to Windham residents only.  The deadline for all applications is April […]

WSCW’s “WHAT’S HAPPENING IN WINDHAM” TO BECOME AN ANNUAL EVENT!

WSCW’s “WHAT’S HAPPENING IN WINDHAM” TO BECOME AN ANNUAL EVENT!

At the March 6 meeting, a panel of local board members and Windham’s Town Planner highlighted some recent developments in commercial and residential growth, School District news, rapidly developing issues surrounding the town’s water supply, and various items on the March 12 Town Warrant.  WSCW […]

Wednesday April 3, 2019 Meeting

Wednesday April 3, 2019 Meeting

A NH Humanities Program – Songs of Emigration: Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki relays some of the adventures, misadventures, and emotions experienced by Irish emigrants through songs and stories. Post Views: 43

FEBRUARY GUEST SPEAKER DEMONSTRATES ANCIENT ASIAN EXERCISES

FEBRUARY GUEST SPEAKER DEMONSTRATES ANCIENT ASIAN EXERCISES

At the February 6 meeting, guest speaker Marie Porter explained the strengthening and calming effects of Qi Gong, a version of the ancient practice of Tai Chi.  At this meeting, members got to do more than sit and watch. We were also invited to join […]

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 […]

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’ […]