MORRIS COUNTY — The GFWC Woman’s Club of the Denville-Rockaway area, in spite of the Coronavirus, has just completed a successful club year.
The club was able to present scholarships to students at both Morris Hills and Morris Knolls high schools and will be presenting scholarships to two women graduating from the LPN program at Morris County School of Technology.
Monetary donations were made to local non –profits, as well as masks, food, and other items that were donated to support local families and the hospital during these difficult times.
Congratulations are also in order to the recently elected members of the 2020-2022 Executive Board: Janet Walker, President; Susan Kleczynski, First Vice President; Eileen Soliman, Second Vice President; Patti Manton, Arline Scholder, Lin Zrike, Third Vice President’s; Karen Lazur, Treasurer; Janet Ball and Phyllis Duddy, Recording Secretaries; and Louise Sassano, Corresponding Secretary.
The club is proud to announce that two members were elected to positions on the New Jersey State Federation of Women’s Clubs (NJSFWC) Board of Directors:
Long time club members, Barbara McCloskey, was elected as NJFWC Second Vice President, and Nancy Levy, was elected as NJSFWC Highlands District Vice President, where she will oversee clubs in the Highlands District, which covers most of Morris, Warren and Sussex Counties.
The Special State project for the 2020-2022 NJSFWC Administration will be Operation Chillout. With headquarters in Long Valley, they are an all-volunteer outreach organization, dedicated to ending the crisis of homelessness for veterans, men, and women throughout New Jersey and parts of NE Pennsylvania.
The GFWC Woman’s Club of the Denville/Rockaway Area is a nonprofit, community service organization that has been serving the local communities with in-kind and monetary donations since 1932.