THANKSGIVING BASKETS

THANKSGIVING BASKETS

The Thanksgiving Families Project was a collaborated effort of the Woman’s Service Club of Windham, Windham Helping Hands, and the Windham Fire Department. The sorting and filling of food boxes for needy families in Windham was completed by volunteers at Searles School and Chapel on 

LOCAL HONEY FOR SALE

LOCAL HONEY FOR SALE

The Woman’s Service Club of Windham is partnering with Sunridge Farm Apiaries to bring you Raw Windham Honey on an ongoing basis $15 per one pound jar Contact Valerie Bronstein valerie@bronstein.org 603-821-4592 Will meet you at the Nesmith Library Parking Lot at a mutually agreeable 

WSCW’s Scholarship Winners for 2020

WSCW’s Scholarship Winners for 2020

The Windham Woman’s Service Club is pleased to announce our Windham Scholarship recipients for 2020.  They are Amy Prendergast, who will be attending UNH, and Alesandro Jacobellis, attending will be attending Rochester Institute of Technology.  Each of these outstanding students will receive the sum of 

WOMEN VETERANS PAINT PARTY

WOMEN VETERANS PAINT PARTY

On Saturday, December 14, WSCW sponsored a Paint Party for about thirty women veterans in the Solarium at the V A Medical Center in Manchester, NH. Laura Caisse, Women Veteran Program Manager and Beth Alves, Suicide Prevention Coordinator organized the event. Aileen Stearns, Nancy Greenberg, 

THANKSGIVING FAMILIES

THANKSGIVING FAMILIES

On Monday and Tuesday, November 25 and 26, WSCW members along with members of American Legion Post 109 assembled forty Thanksgiving Boxes for needy local families. Patti Letizio, co-president of Windham’s Helping Hands organized the event with the help of the Windham firefighters. The canned 

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 

BINGO AT THE V A

BINGO AT THE V A

WSCW sponsors Bingo at the Community Living Center at the Manchester V A six times per year. At each visit five or six members serve snacks and socialize with the residents. The Club provides the $1 prizes. Some of the members individually assist residents as 

MAY GUEST SPEAKER

MAY GUEST SPEAKER

At the May 1 meeting, Karen Munsell, from Our Place in Manchester, spoke of the many services her organization provides to young low-income families in the Manchester and Nashua areas. Our Place follows new parents from pregnancy through the first three years of their child’s 

2019 ANNUAL YARD SALE

2019 ANNUAL YARD SALE

On Saturday, May 4 the Annual Yard Sale was held at the Windham Town Hall. Thanks to the generous donations of the Windham residents on Friday, there were loads of wonderful bargains to be had.

2018-19 VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR

2018-19 VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR

Congratulations to Su Bennett — WSCW’s “Treasurer Extraordinaire,” Member of the Executive Board, Co-Chair for our incredibly successful 7th Annual Crafts Fair, and volunteer for countless other WSCW projects — for being chosen as this year’s Volunteer of the Year at our April 3 meeting.