GFWC Windsor Woman's Club
The GFWC Windsor Woman's Club is a member of the General Federation of Women's Club of Connecticut (GFWC/CT) and the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC). (Please use these links to checkout the State and International websites).
The GFWC Windsor Woman's Club meets the second Tuesday of the month, September through May, at L.P. Wilson Community Center, located at 599 Matianuck Ave., Windsor, CT., from 6:30pm-9:00pm.
The GFWC Windsor Woman's Club, (whose symbol is the pineapple), was founded and federated in 1963, and is part of the General Federation of Women's Clubs (www.gfwc.org). The GFWC, begin in New York in 1890, and is an organization dedicated to community improvement through volunteering.
For more information, please call 860-651-1386
Officers for the 2014-2015 club year are:
Beverly Callan - President
Carol Gregor - Vice President
Paula Banasieweicz - Secretary
Glenys Lemere - Treasurer
At the bottom of this webpage, there are links to our club's newsletters. Please feel free to read them.
The GFWC Windsor Woman’s Club recently welcomed 2 new members and is happy to say they are eager to jump right in and help the club help the community. Welcome aboard ladies, it’s going to be a lot of fun!The GFWC Windsor Woman’s Club is part of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs. The GFWC, started in New York in 1890, is one of the world's largest and oldest nonpartisan, nondenominational women's volunteer service organizations.To learn more about our club, go to our Facebook page (GFWC-Windsor-Womans-Club-of-Connecticut). If you prefer the human touch, call 860-219-1185.Pictured, left to right are: Shirley Hennessy (Membership co-chair); Lynn Bestor (new member); Val Champagne (new member); and Bev Callan (President).
On October 14, 2014, members of the Windsor Woman's Club will learn about the GFWC/CT state project for 2014-2016; Manes in Motions, a therapeutic riding center in Middletown, CT.
The club meeting begins at 6:30pm in the cafeteria at the L.P. Wilson Community Center on Matianuck Avenue.
Any and all new club members will be installed at this meeting.
The Windsor Woman’s Club is part of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs. The GFWC, started in New York in 1890, is an organization dedicated to community improvement through volunteering.
The club meets the second Tuesday of the month, except June, July and August and is open to women of all ages. To learn more about our club, go to our webpage: gfwcwindsorwomansclub.orgprt (for easier access, scan this QR code), or go to our Facebook page (GFWC-Windsor-Womans-Club-of-Connecticut). If you prefer the human touch, please call 860-219-1185.
Among the activities occurring on the Town Green this past wet weekend was the annual canoe race sponsored by The Kiwanis Club of Windsor, to benefit the Windsor Food and Fuel banks. Town of Windsor employees were the overall winners.The Windsor Woman's Club won trophies for most food collected (1,088 pounds) and for best dressed canoe.The race raised over 8,551 pounds of food and over $3,000 in cash donations. Participating in this year's race were the Town of Windsor, Kiwanis Club of Windsor, Windsor Woman's Club, Boy/Cub Scout Troop 149, and Boy Scout troop 151.
The Windsor Woman's Club recently held a Membership Open House and several ladies who live in Windsor, were treated to light refreshments and an overview of the club and its upcoming activities, by the club president, (Bev Callan), and several committee "Chairmen".
Several of the ladies expressed an interest in joining the club and will be installed as new members at the club's October meeting.
Photo caption; L-R: Windsor Woman's Club President, Bev Callan; Barbara Zawrotny, Membership Co-Chair; Nancy Hahn, Prospective New Member; Pat Mearkle, Prospective New Member; Liz McAuliffe, Prospective New Member; Val Champagne, Prospective New Member; and Shirley Hennessy, Membership Co-Chair.