At the February meeting each year, members bring in self-crafted items, plants they have grown and home baked goods for judging at Mini-Achievement Day. First place winners advance to the District Level and could go on to State and National.
Chairwoman: Adrienne Melnyk
Financial Secretary - All fund raising activities MUST be cleared through the Executive Committee.
A sample of some planned events:
Monthly Basket Auctions Laurie Burke and Carol Setzer
Bus Trips- Barbara Bowen
CASA Fundraising Project Tina Pilot
Achievement Day Adrienne Melnyk
Cookie Day Carol Jones
Sends cards and whatever else is determined for the ill or in the event of someone's passing.
Chairwoman: Doris Nelson
Domestic Violence/Providence House
Providence House Domestic Violence Services of Catholic Charities provides comprehensive services to victims of domestic abuse and their children. We seek to end the cycle of domestic abuse through education, empowerment and advocacy while providing a safe haven from abuse.
A “mentoring “ committee works in conjunction with Membership. Established members will meet and greet prospective and new members and guide them through club protocol.
Chairwomen: Diane Kautzmann and Diane Moser
Special State Project
Each year the New Jersey State Federation of Woman's Clubs selects one project that all state clubs support. This year it is CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate)
Chairwomen: Tina Pilot
Ways & Means, Card Parties & Luncheons
Game Day - Are held once a month usually on the first Tuesday. Open to the Public. $2.00 donation at the door - you may bring a snack for yourself or one to share. Coffee and tea.
Chairwomen: Terry Candeletti and Millie Pape
Women get together to play Mah Jongg, cards and board games. If you want to learn a particular game or brush up on your skills, members are eager to help. Come as often as you like.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Meets Mondays at 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. (except the first Monday) Calendar
Meets the first Tuesday 12:00 noon until 4:00 p.m. - see Calendar
$2.00 Donation at the door - you may bring a snack for yourself or one to share.
Chairwoman: Lina Kazala
All members are asked to bake NON-NUT cookies which are then packaged for distribution to a local nursing home.
Chairwoman: Carol Jones
Each Memorial Day members walk in the Lacey Township parade behind the club banner waving flags and acknowledging greetings from spectators. Our contingent has also performed a routine with red, white and blue streamers to patriotic music. A wreath is presented at the Monument honoring our veterans and soldiers.
Chairwoman: Patti O'Donnell
For additional information on any of the above - CONTACT US
Woman's Club of Lacey, Inc.
P. O. Box 777, Forked River, New Jersey 08731
A non-profit service organization