Woman’s Club seeking new members West Milford. The local Woman's Club is looking for new members that want to make a difference in the community.

| 23 May 2019 | 10:49

The Woman’s Club of West Milford announced the initiation of two new members at its May 13 meeting.
The club welcomed new members Rosemary Rado and Irene Rado during the meeting.
The club said it’s looking for new members and celebrating 125 years of service to the local community.
The New Jersey State Federation of Women’s Clubs of the GFWC Ramapo District is actively looking for women to join our local club, according to the organization.
Those interested in community service opportunities, making a difference in the community, leadership training and in general looking to have fun, then the woman’s club is the right place, according to the group.
Through participation in the club, the NJSFWC enables its member to make a difference in the lives of others, one project at time.
Diverse in age, interests, and experiences, all club women are united by a desire to create positive change, meet others, while enhancing and benefiting their communities.
NJSFWC members represent a broad range including teachers, business owners, social workers, elected officials, medical professional, homemakers, corporate executives and professionals, students and retirees, the organization said.
Potential members are invited to come find out what the New Jersey State Federation of Women’s Club of GFWC and the local club are all about, and how new members can help it continue its state, districts and club mission of making a difference.
The Woman’s Club of West Milford meets every 2nd Monday of the Month at the Echo Lake Baptist Church on Macopin Road at 7;30 p.m.
For more information or any questions, you may have please contact Cynthia at (973) 838-5992 or send concerns to womanclubwestmilford @gmail.com.