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Litchfield Women’s Club to kick off new year

LITCHFIELD – The Litchfield Women’s Club will kick off a new year of community service, scholarship and friendship at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9, with a wine and cheese social at its annual membership meeting at the Stage Crossing Clubhouse.

This meeting is open to club members and any Litchfield woman with an interest in service initiatives and social events. The club provides an excellent opportunity to learn more about what’s happening in Litchfield, get involved in service projects to benefit the community and make some new friends. ...

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LITCHFIELD – The Litchfield Women’s Club will kick off a new year of community service, scholarship and friendship at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9, with a wine and cheese social at its annual membership meeting at the Stage Crossing Clubhouse.

This meeting is open to club members and any Litchfield woman with an interest in service initiatives and social events. The club provides an excellent opportunity to learn more about what’s happening in Litchfield, get involved in service projects to benefit the community and make some new friends.

Events throughout the year include an annual blood drive, roadside cleanup, Santa’s Workshop, the Easter Bunny breakfast and Meet the Candidates. There are several Ladies Night Out events, as well as club socials.

The LWC provides a Newcomer’s Guide for new Litchfield residents, which is available at Town Hall and Aaron Cutler Memorial Library.

The club meets at 7 p.m. on the second Tuesday in October, November, February, March, April and May at the Litchfield Middle School Library. In September and December, the club hosts social events at the Stage Crossing Clubhouse, and June brings the annual year-end dinner at a local restaurant.

The club helps the community through donations to families in need, the town’s food pantry, Litchfield schools and the library. Each spring, the club awards academic scholarships to Litchfield seniors. To date, the club has awarded more than $26,000 in scholarships and more than $30,000 in community donations.

The board for 2014-15 includes Charlotte Williams and Pamme Boutselis, co-presidents; Barb Gilbert, treasurer; Nancy Huggins, secretary; Robin Deschene, membership; Jean White, social; Terry Foerst, sunshine; and LeeAnn York, Newcomer’s Guide.

For more information, email litchfieldwomensclub@gmail.com or visit www.facebook.com/LitchfieldWomensClub.