General Federation of Women's Clubs New Hampshire

Merrimack South

October 11th 5:30 - 8:15pm 

 General Federation of Women’s Club-New Hampshire

Celebrating 125 Years of Community Service
Unity in Diversity




General Federation of Women’s Clubs – New Hampshire

Official Call

Merrimack South District Meeting


Hills Memorial Library, 18 Library Street

Hudson, NH 03051 Tuesday, October 11, 2022, 5:30 PM – 8:15 PM

GFWC Theme: “Lets Fly Together”

GFWC-NH Theme: Supporting our GFWC-NH “Presidents Project, Awareness to Youth Homelessness ” District Director: Chrystina Moran

Hostess Club: GFWC -GFWC JAM Club, “Hills Library”

Club District Secretary: TBD

Costs: $15

Registration Deadline: October 6, 2022

Anticipated Schedule

  • 5:30 PM       Arrival/Registration/Social Time/Cider and Fall Finger Fare/Raffle Tix Sales for fall items and 50/50 (All $$ to President’s Project)
  • 6:00 PM       Call to Order and Invocation Pledge of Allegiance Welcome: Denise Raisanen, President of GFWC JAM Club Response: Denise Raisanen, GFWC-NH President Elect Presentation of Club Officers, Chairmen and Guests Chrystina Moran, Merrimack District Director, Roll Call
  • 6:30 PM       Beth Roth, GFWC-NH President, 2022-2024 President’s Project Update
  • 6:45 PM       Reports of the GFWC-NH Chairmen (approx. 3 minutes each)
  • 7:20 PM       Remembrance of past members
  • 7:30 PM       Guest Speaker, Stacy Bergeron, Boxes of Love for the Homeless
  • 7:50 PM       Continuation of Chairmen Reports and Club Reports (2-3 minutes each)
  • 8:05 PM       Raffle: Winners Announced for the Fall decor, Closing Thoughts
  • 8:15 PM       Adjourn Registration form to follow. For Questions or concerns please reach out to Chrystina Moran [email protected] 603.234.5612

We would like to encourage each club to bring a “Fun fall item” candle, basket, wreath, pumpkin spice and all things nice. These items will be raffled off to help support the president's project. **In addition we will also be collecting Hand, foot, toe & bodywarmers to Give to Boxes of Love for the Homeless. The colder moths are approaching and this is one of their most valuable items. Our Goal is to collect 150 warmers to donate that evening.**

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