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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…

December 4, 2019 Meeting

December 4, 2019 Meeting

Please join WSCW members and friends at The Coach Stop in Londonderry for the annual Holiday Luncheon on Wednesday, December 4 at 11:30 a.m. A delicious three course meal will be served. The entree choices are salmon and chicken cordon bleu for $33 or prime…

Spring Craft Fair

Spring Craft Fair

Applications are now available for artisans who wish to participate in the 8th Annual WSCW Spring Craft Fair. Click here to open the application. Date of the sale is Saturday April, 4, 2020 from 9 am – 3 pm. Post Views: 10

NOVEMBER MEETING

NOVEMBER MEETING

On Wednesday, November 6, WSCW members were treated to an outstanding program of traditional Irish music and storytelling by NH Humanities presenter Jordon Tirrell-Wysocki. Many members were tapping their feet to the lively tunes played on the fiddle. He used the guitar to accompany his…

NOVEMBER COAT DRIVE

NOVEMBER COAT DRIVE

On Saturday, November 2, WSCW held its 2nd Coat Drive of the year. Thanks to the generosity of Windham residents and neighboring communities, 866 coats, sweaters and miscellaneous items were collected. Monique Niemaszyk from St. Mark’s Parrish in Londondonerry organized the parishioners and collected 100…

ANNUAL HARVEST FESTIVAL

ANNUAL HARVEST FESTIVAL

Many thanks to Cheryl Haas and her volunteers for a terrific Harvest Festival on October 19. It was a great community event! Thank-you Windham friends for your support at our Bake Table and thank-you Ruth Bellizzi for organizing it again this year. Pictured: Cecelia Miceli…

OCTOBER MEETING: WINDHAM’S HELPING HANDS

OCTOBER MEETING: WINDHAM’S HELPING HANDS

At the October 2, 2019 meeting, guest speaker Patti Letizio, co-president of Windham’s Helping Hands, explained the community outreach her organization provides. She described some of the many services such as Support for Families Fighting Cancer, Back to School Clothing and Supplies, Winter Coats, Thanksgiving…

OCTOBER COAT DRIVE

OCTOBER COAT DRIVE

On Saturday, October 5, WSCW held its first Coat Drive of the year. Thanks to the generosity of Windham residents, 822 coats, sweaters and miscellaneous items were collected. They will be  distributed to Shepherd’s Pantry in Windham, New Horizons in Manchester and two organizations in…

DONATION TO NESMITH LIBRARY

DONATION TO NESMITH LIBRARY

Ruth-Ellen Post, President of the Woman’s Service Club of Windham, presented Sylvie Brikiatis, Director of Nesmith Library and Laura Montgomery, Book Group Liaison, with a check for two “Reads To Go” book bags. The New Hampshire “Reads To Go” Program makes book discussion kits, containing…

SEPTEMBER MEETING: Hero Pups

SEPTEMBER MEETING: Hero Pups

Pictured: Haven, Laura Barker, Nancy Greenberg At the September 4, 2019 meeting Laura Barker, Director of “Hero Pups,” spoke passionately about raising and training service pups to place them with veterans and first responders who are dealing with PTSD, anxiety, and service-connected challenges. WSCW provided…