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Our next project will be to cut out “No Face” Dolls and dresses.  Please bring scissors, pins and a measuring tape.


ESS will meet Tuesday February 3rd at 7pm.  All are welcome to join us. We will be planning the St. Patrick's Day Parade (3/14/15) refreshment sale. February 20th at 7pm is our Pizza Party.



Presidents’ Message

We all of us have a road to take:
 That road is the Road of life.
 We each of us have a share to joy
 And each have a share of strife,
 But, since we all must travel that road
 in sunny or stormy weather,
 We each can lighten the other’s load,
 if we all pull together,
 With tolerance, patience, and justice, too,
 


WOMAN’S CLUB OF MORRISTOWN OFFERING SCHOLARSHIPS TO MHS SENIOR WOMEN


The Woman's Club of Morristown is offering three $2,000 scholarships to young women graduating in the Morristown High School Class of 2015.  Applications for the scholarships will be available at the Morristown High School Guidance Office after January 30.  Any senior girl planning to …

WOMAN’S CLUB ASSISTS MORRISTOWN FIRE VICTIMS

MORRISTOWN, NJ, February 23, 2015 – The Woman's Club of Morristown recently donated $4500 to assist the 23 people displaced by the January 30 Elm Street fire.  Each of the nine affected households received Walmart gift cards worth $500 from the Operation Holiday fund, a charity co-sponsored by the Woman's Club and the Daily Record newspaper.  While the American Red Cross initially helped the families with temporary lodging, food, and clothing, a town-sponsored support effort is also under way.  The Woman's Club's gift represented another way to make a positive
impact in the community.

Operation Holiday, sponsored by the Woman's Club of Morristown and the Daily Record, has been a Morris County tradition since 1971.  Its mission is to help “those in need in the Morris County area.”  The non-profit
effort, entirely run by volunteers, has no overhead costs, so 100% of donations benefit the program's clients.

WOMAN’S CLUB SALE AT ST. PAT PARADE WILL SUPPORT VETERANS


The Evening Social Services Department of the Woman’s Club of Morristown will be selling refreshments at the Morris County St. Patrick's Day Parade on Saturday, March 14, beginning at 9 a.m.  Club members will be set up in front of the clubhouse, the historic Dr. Lewis Condict House, at 51 South Street in Morristown. Available will be coffee, hot cocoa, hot tea, bottled water, bagels, cookies, and soda bread, as well as Irish-themed trinkets.  All proceeds go to Project Gratitude to support hospitalized veterans. More…