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by mail: P.O. Box 343, Rindge NH 03461
or
by email: rindgewomansclub@gmail.com

Charitable Contributions and Donations

Every year the Rindge Woman's Club supports many important Rindge community organizations, programs, and activities with charitable donations of funds as well as time and effort by its members.  A partial list of recipients of the RWC's donations and support include:

Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts
Jaffrey/Rindge Head Start
Camp Quest
GOT Lunch
Ingalls Library
Rindge Police Association
Rindge Fire Fighters Association
Rindge Veterans Association
High School Scholarships
Adult Women Scholarships
Senior Dinner
Programs Sponsored
by the Rindge Woman's Club

Operation Santa:  This program helps to ensure that all children have a Happy Holiday.  Clothing, toys, and books are donated by our citizens.  Club members discreetly distribute the gifts to local families in need.  Look for our Giving Trees each year in November.

Earth Day:  In support of Earth Day, a town-wide roadside cleanup is organized on a Saturday in April. The Club publicizes the event and provides special blue bags for trash collection.  Each blue trash bag turned in to the Transfer Station by noon earns a raffle ticket for a chance at a prize provided by the Club.

Mother's Garden:  The Club maintains the Mother's Garden at the Cathedral of the Pines.  Our Gardening Group members meet there regularly during spring, summer, and fall to keep this special place of honor looking beautiful.

President's Project:  Each year the Club President is allowed funds towards a public project of her choosing that will benefit the Town of Rindge in some way.
Mission and Membership

The Mission of the Rindge Woman's Club (RWC), is to work for the benefit, betterment, and welfare of the Rindge community and to sponsor, support, and donate to cultural, civic, and charitable projects.

Membership in the RWC is open to any woman who is sympathetic to the Mission of the Club.  She becomes a member upon payment of dues, however, non-members are always welcome at meetings and to participate in activities and programs.
Major Fund Raising Activities

Annual Plant Sale and Flea Market Table:  This event is held during the Town-Wide Yard Sale on a Saturday during the month of May.  The RWC sells plants (mostly donated from members' own gardens) and household items donated by its members and other members of the community.  This highly anticipated event draws a large crowd and is a fun way to spend a Saturday.

Summer Raffle:  Beginning with the Plant Sale, and continuing through to our Harvest Fair in October, raffle tickets are sold at pre-determined times and locations in town.  We have items that will appeal to men, women, boys, and girls and all are of the highest quality.  There is something for everyone and it is fun to sell tickets and enjoy the socializing.

Annual Harvest Fair:  Held on the Saturday of Columbus Day weekend, this is the largest of our fundraising activities.  We sell local produce, handmade canned and baked goods and arts and crafts.  A special attraction is the Basket Raffle that includes a wide assortment of gift certificates and other items.  In addition, we host many vendors who purchase space to sell their wares.  Lunch is also served.  

General Meetings

Each month we usually have an interesting presentation along with our regular business meeting. Our presenters are typically local talents or organizations that come to entertain, educate, or enlighten our membership. Prior to each upcoming meeting, information about the meeting is normally put on the Home page of this website and on our Facebook page.
Officers: May 2018 - April 2020
​President:
Vice President:
Recording Secretary:
Communications Secretary:
Treasurer:
Assistant Treasurer:
Past President:

Directors:

Debra Qualey
Linda Tower
Kathy John
Susan Edwards
Sharon Rasku
Marilyn Reinacher
Cynthia Childs or
Janet Goodrich
Nancy Bonell
Paula Sumner