Check out the state Federation's article about our Veterans Thank you project.
Our national Federation liked what we did, too.
Meet our four new members. Check out photos and information from their new member forms, where else but on the Members Page.
A how-to guide and templates are available for creating Letterhead Stationery and envelopes on the Members Page.
A full list of all changes to the Yearbook can be found in the Members tab along with copies of the final printed version.
LAST CHANGES: 10/11/2019.
More scrapbook pages are being added weekly. Check them out.
In 1972, the Ways and Means Committee compiled and edited recipes into a cookbook which sold then for $3.95. I found a copy on Amazon recently and bought it.
The following cute disclaimer appears: Brand names have been used only when necessary for the safety of the recipe and the chef's good name.
Listed on the first page are the members of Ways and Means at that time:
Grace C. Applegate, Chairman
Among the names thanked for proof-readying and compiling this cookbook, we find the familiar name of Pat Scott.
Those listed in bold above are still members of this club.
I can't wait to start checking out the recipes.
Nearly 80,000 members strong, the General Federation of Women's Clubs is united in its dedication to volunteer community service. While diverse in age, interests, and experiences, all clubwomen are united by a desire to create positive change in their communities.
1734 N Street NW
Washington, DC 20036-2990
Toll-free: 1-800-443-GFWC (4392)
The New Jersey State Federation of Women’s Clubs 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.
55 Labor Center Way
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
We are one of 31 clubs in the College District.
Keep us, oh God, from pettiness; let us be large in thought, in word, in deed.
Let us be done with fault-finding and leave off self-seeking.
May we put away all pretense and meet each other face to face, without self-pity and without prejudice.
May we never be hasty in judgment and always generous.
Let us take time for all things; make us to grow calm, serene, gentle.
Teach us to put into action our better impulses, straightforward and unafraid. Grant that we may realize it is the little things that create differences, that in the big things of life we are at one.
And may we strive to touch and to know the great, common human heart of us all. And, oh Lord God, let us forget not to be kind!
The Woman's Club of Cranbury--what thoughts and memories float through my mind when I say those words--words that have infinite meaning!
I picture friends, friendships begun in and nurtured by the Woman's Club, friends with whom we have laughed, chatted, planned, worked, sympathized, dreamed, and had fun with!
I am touched when I realize the many Cranbury young people who have furthered their education, thanks to our scholarships, and now those scholarships are also enabling women to pursue interrupted studies.
I picture the Cranburyites and visitors whose hearts have been lifted by the beauty of the flowers and greens regularly planted in the barrels--barrels placed around town many years ago by the Woman's Club.
I am gratified when I review the little and big blessings performed for the sick, the needy, the elderly, and the military.
I am impressed by the personal growth many have experienced as they have found themselves in leadership positions.
I smile when I observe the happy celebration at the annual Christmas tree lighting.
I am thrilled when I enumerate the many, many books--serious, entertaining, and international--that have been read and then discussed in a group.
I sense the personal warmth we have felt as together we have been entertained and informed at both our general and department meetings!
And my mind reverts to the Cranbury Reading Group, formed over 100 years ago, and its evolving into this segment of a national organization that has made a vital contribution to our country--The General Federation of Women's Clubs. What a privilege to be part of it!