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NJSFWC Mission

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NJSFWC Mission

The New Jersey State Federation of Women’s Clubs of GFWC provides opportunities for education, leadership training, and community service through participation in local clubs, enabling members to make a difference in the lives of others one project at a time.


GFWC Mission

MWC Officers

NJSFWC Mission

The General Federation of Women’s Clubs is an international women’s organization dedicated to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service.

MWC Officers

MWC Officers

MWC Officers

President, Diann Ewan

1st. Vice President, Pam McNamee

2nd. Vice President, Joan Fauver

3rd Vice President, Judy Finger

Recording Secretary, Kathy Bennett 

Corresponding Secretary, Louise Jones

Treasurer, Patricia Clark-Kears

Financial Secretary, Barbara Westog

Federation Secretary, Patricia Moore

Membership, Jane Christy

Nominations, Daryl Ponder

Trustees, Carol Calareso, Candi Brown, Nuha Hababo, Nancy Hammond, Claudia Rempfer

Club Bookings, Judy Monahan

Book Discussion, Eloise Sulzman

Fiber Arts Club, EllenBeth Nappen

TEAM, Betty Mikus

1909 Building Fund

Pays for clubhouse and property upkeep

On February 5, 1909, 30 women met at the home of Mrs. Bertram O. Beckett, and a club, The Woman's Club of Millville, was organized.  Mrs. John V. Cowling was elected as its first president and the entrance fee for a member was $1.  Dues were $2 per year paid quarterly.  The Club colors, green and white were chosen.  The Club flower was a lily, and the Club motto:  "Study to be what you wish to seem," was adopted.  In five years the original 30 increased to 84, in ten years to 100, and by 1923 t0 164 members.  

Donations to the 1909 Building Fund are appreciated.  Checks in the amount of either $19.09, $190.90, or  $1,99.00 may be made payable to The Millville Woman's Club, earmarked "1909 Building Fund," and mailed to Carole Weckstein, 74 Reagan Court, Millville, NJ 08332