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We need homemade Easter cookies for Spring Hills Assisted Living. The deadline for the cookies to be dropped off at the Clubhouse is April 3. Please consider baking for this worthy cause. The Evening Group is small, so we need help from all the members of the Woman's Club. Thank you.

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April is the month when Spring really comes to Morristown. And even with all that snow this winter, our work and meetings have continued at the Club to give us cheer in the middle of falling snowflakes, with ESS members selling refreshments at the St. Patrick's Day Parade. Our February speaker, Harry Ettlinger,  brought a great turnout of members and guests.


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 …

Teresa D' Angelo will present a program on "Ageless Grace". Ageless Grace is a fitness and wellness program based on every day movements that are natural and easy to do. Ageless Grace enhances the ability of our brain and nervous system to change its structure and its function, and to continue to change it throughout our lives, keeping us youthful and vital. It can be performed sitting in a chair regardless of most physical conditions.

Women's Club of Morristown Film Screening: A Beautiful Mind
Tuesday April 7, 2015 , 1:30 PM

The Woman’s Club of Morristown is sponsoring the screening of A Beautiful Mind in support of the current New Jersey State Federation of Women’s Clubs’ Special State Project: The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) For more information see the web announcement of this State Project which can be found here in the Morristown Library website.

This Academy-Award-Winning movie was based on the book, A Beautiful Mind by Sylvia Nasar. It is a true-life story about John Forbes Nash, Jr. – a mathematical genius who was a legend by age 30 when he slipped into immobilizing mental illness and then later emerged from it to win a Nobel Prize.  Refreshments will be served.