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Our next meeting is Tuesday December 2nd at 7pm.


Thursday December 4th is the Ice Cream Social at Mrs. Wilson's House. Members are to meet at the Clubhouse at 7pm.


Sunday December 14th is our Holiday Brunch at Rod's.

 

Book Club

We will meet again on Tuesday, December 2nd, at 9:30 a.m. (The time change is the due to need to decorate the Club House for  the Holidays.)  The book we will discuss is Still Life with Bread Crumbs by Anna Quindland. This is a story about Rebecca Winter, a 60-year-old charming, eccentric and talented once-famous photographer living in NYC...

Come join us.

 

 

 

 

Presidents’ Message

In this last month of 2014, we can look back over a year of hard work, successful events and, above all, team work.  The Preservation Luncheon was a great success and the Rummage Sale brought in a very satisfying amount to help defray the expenses of maintaining and running the Club.  Whereas the planned major renovation to ...


Over the last 43 years, Operation Holiday, a non-profit organization sponsored by the Woman's Club of Morristown and the Daily Record, has raised over $2.8 million, and last year donations totaled more than $132,000. As a result, with the help of local individuals, schools, and businesses, Operation Holiday last year provided more than 500 families and individuals with necessary items they cannot afford and granted some of their very special wishes.

From now until Christmas Day, you will learn about those referred to Operation Holiday by more than 20 social service agencies in Morris County, many of whom find themselves all alone during the holiday season. Each day from now until Christmas, the Daily Record will share their stories with you and ask for your donations to do what we can to help lift each other up in the spirit of the season. Once donations are received, volunteer shoppers purchase needed items for delivery to the families in time for the holidays.  read more...