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DIAPERS AND BOARD BOOKS FOR WOMEN VETS

DIAPERS AND BOARD BOOKS FOR WOMEN VETS

The Women’s Service Club of Windham has a long history of reaching out to NH veterans. The Women Veterans Program Manager at the Manchester VA alerted a club member that a “Drive-Through Baby Shower” was planned for the end of October. Club members quickly agreed 

DRIVE-BY CLOTHING DRIVE

DRIVE-BY CLOTHING DRIVE

On Saturday, October 24, WSCW held its first ever Drive-By Clothing Drive in the Windham Shaw’s Parking Lot. Thanks to the extreme generosity of Windham residents, the Club collected 360 bags of clothing for men, women and children from 95 different cars. We filled a 

AmazonSmile

AmazonSmile

WSCW (Womans Service Club of Windham) is now registered with AmazonSmile. Amazon will donate 0.5% of your eligible purchases to WSCW (at no cost to you) only if your purchases are made by clicking on the AmazonSmile logo. To set this up, please click on 

MARCH MEETING

MARCH MEETING

On Wednesday, March 4, Windham Police Chief Gerald Lewis, Windham Economic Development Committee Chairman Gary Garfield, Windham School Board Member, Cynthia Finn and WSCW Member Margaret Crisler spoke to the members about what is happening in Windham this year….

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, 

A Wonderful Holiday Luncheon

A Wonderful Holiday Luncheon

On Wednesday, December 4, thirty-three WSCW members enjoyed a festive luncheon at the Coach Stop in Londonderry, which was decorated beautifully with several large Christmas trees. Program Committee members, Nancy Greenberg, Pat Russell and Margaret Crisler organized the event and provided lovely centerpieces. Before the 

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 

Christmas Raffle

Christmas Raffle

Come to the Annual Tree Lighting Festivities at the Windham Town Hall on Sunday, December 7 from 3 to 6 p.m. Santa will arrive by fire engine at 3 p.m. Maybe you will be the winner of WSCW’s exciting Children’s Raffle Basket created by Mary 

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