The Newbury Woman's Club Weblog

Serving Newbury, Vermont

About the Newbury Woman’s Club

The Newbury Woman’s Club is a non-profit community service organization that was founded in 1923.  Its membership is currently open to everyone, men and women, who are interested in participating in our many activities and service projects.

The club sponsors several events throughout the year to raise money to donate to a wide variety of local organizations such as the Tenney Memorial Library, school activities and scholarships, community food shelves and holiday toy drives.Unknown

We also raise funds to preserve and restore the historic Old Village Church on the Newbury Common in order to make it available for community events and programs. In this ongoing endeavor, our current project is to repair the front porch and foundation of the building and to re-glaze its many large windows.

We are especially pleased by the fact that all of the money we raise through our fundraising events goes toward our charitable donations and restoration and upkeep of the church building.

Additionally, we sponsor several interest groups, including gardening, cooking, textile arts and a book discussion group.  We try to meet as a club 3 or 4 times yearly.  Everyone who would like to participate in any of these groups is welcome and we are always looking to create more offerings to meet the interests of the community.

If you would like more information about the club, you may use the comment form below to send your questions.  Comments will not be made public without permission.

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