MWC

Monthly Reminder

from the Co-Presidents 

JUNE JAMBOREE UPDATES


Do you happen to know of anyone - or a caterer or restaurant with a REFRIGERATION TRUCK?  Please contact Joanne.  Strange request, we know!


HELP WANTED: If you signed up at the May Meeting to help the week of the Jamboree, THANK YOU, you can skip the sign up link coming up, we have you on the list and will be in touch with specifics as the Fundraiser gets closer.


MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT WORK:  If you haven’t found a way to help out yet, or you are just returning to the Lake, now is your chance!  You can use this SignUpGenius link below to sign up to help in various ways, and some that even the guys will have fun with. Simply click sign up HERE!  here its simple! 


Jamboree T SHIRTS:  Fri May 17 is the last date to order your charming MWC June Jamboree T-shirt for just $10.  These are being made for us by new member Jolene Casey.  Contact Janice Bogasky with your size and payment. 


PARKING:  We have limited parking BUT we now have a SHUTTLE BUS running between The Boro and Kraine Meadow Park to the Cider Barn – and back!  Shuttle begins at 4:45pm and runs till 8:15 pm


TELL YOUR FRIENDS they will want to bring their checkbooks and cash for the amazing silent and live auctions!  Cheddar up will be available as well (with a service charge.)


SPRING LUNCHEON UPDATE 


Fri May 17 is the deadline for the June 3 Spring Luncheon at Barn on the Pemi in Plymouth to celebrate our year, install officers and announce the Woman of the Year recipient!  Tickets are  $40 - contact Margaret Cooper 

AND this just in:  There will be a SNEAK PEAK of select Jamboree Silent Auction Items for you to bid on this day, with all proceeds going to the June Jamboree fundraiser!  So, bring your checkbook!


ADOPT A SPOT GARDENING DAY


is scheduled for May 22 at 10 am (raindate is May 23) Bring your clippers, bucket, trowel, rake & water and join in the fun beautifying MWC’s spot between the Library and Town Hall with flowers.  This is a great way to meet fellow-gardeners in the club!  Contact Barb Koehler and bring a gardening friend. 

 

MEMBERSHIP DUES


are due June 30:  If you are one of the 60 members who have not yet renewed your MWC Membership for next year, don’t dilly dally or delay!  You can use this link to Renew here OR you can mail a $30 check to MWC, P. O. Box 1073, Moultonborough NH 03254

 

A NOTE FROM OUR TREA$URER

Kathy Garry will be closing the books in June, so if you have misc. receipts needing reimbursement, please get them to her by the luncheon date, June 3.  She thanks you for making her job easier!

 

In Friendship & Service,

Libby & Joanne, MWC Co-Presidents

May Meeting

Monday, May 6, 2024 at 11:30am at Moultonborough Function Hall

Lots of information to share; please take a moment to read it all. . . and respond accordingly while its on your mind.

Join us at 11:30 am to chat with friends & meet new members.  Lunch Menu: Manicotti, Garden Salad, Broccoli, Garlic Bread & Peaches and is served at 12 noon.

Click right here to RSVP Here Why?  So that we have enough seats AND food!

•           OUR SPEAKER:  Lieutenant Mark Cavic of Moultonborough Police Dept will speak about “Frauds & Swindles” and how we can be alert and protect ourselves.

•           CHARITY OF THE MONTH:  Please bring Items for June Jamboree’s Silent Auction – maybe you have a piece of jewelry you no longer wear, a lovely painting you don’t have room for, or a handcrafted item you have made, or a service to offer that others would be excited to bid on  – think outside the box, and bring it to the May meeting!

•           LOOKING AHEAD:  Mark your calendar now – June 3 Spring Luncheon & Installation of Officers and Woman of the Year Award is our next meeting, held at Barn on the Pemi in Plymouth NH– have you purchased your ticket yet?  

•           OUR HOSTESSES for May (please find a friend to fill in if you are unable to help this month):  Anne Marie Bedford, Helen Evans, Marilyn Kaers, Wendy Krauss, Sandy Lowe, Ginny Mooney, Karin Nierney, Caroline Phillips, Donna Robillard, Lillian shepherd, Marie Strandfeldt, Lorraine Taylor, Margaret Walsh

Updates

•           A big THANKS to our Nominating Committee consisting of Pam King, Tracy Webster-Babcock & Jane Smits for the Slate of Officers.  There will be a vote on May 6 to accept this slate so please take a minute to review it.

•           THANK YOU to our Donations Committee, chaired by Susan Reepmeyer – please review their attached report for a list of local charities to receive our charitable contributions this spring.  This, too will be voted on May 6.

•           JUNE JAMBOREE TICKETS ($40) go PUBLIC – tomorrow April 16 – SEE BELOW for a link to purchase 2 tickets for yourself AND a link to share with your friends to purchase their own tickets. We expect to sell out quickly, thus the 2 tickets per order.

•           MEETING TASK FORCE is meeting on Tues April 16 to discuss options for our meeting format for the coming  year.  It is a mix of Board Members and newer members. . . stay tuned!

A WARM WELCOME to our NEWEST MEMBERS!  

Joelle Casey, Annette Lesonsky, Mary Anne Sopelak, Jacqueline Weber, Gloria Gaito

Important news about our June 8 Spring Fundraiser -  June Jamboree!

•           Plans are moving along for our upcoming June Jamboree – our Spring Fundraiser!! It will be held at the Ciardi’s Cider Barn and Car Barn on Moultonborough Neck Rd. A “Taste of New Hampshire” including food stations, live music, antique and hot rod cars, a live auction, lots of silent auction items and more…..!!!  

•           IMMEDIATE NEEDS:  We need more help in these areas: Decorations and Set Up Committee (Tina Middleton [email protected])  Food Committee (Kerry Soroka [email protected]) and Silent Auction Committee (Lorraine Taylor [email protected])  Surprise them with an offer to help!!

•           JAMBOREE TICKETS:  Today, April 15 is the last day of the members-only ticket sales, 2 per member.  TOMORROW Tues April 16 tickets are available to the public online, cost is $40 per person, 2 tickets per order.  Share the link below with your friends who want to attend.  If there are still ticket, they will be available at the May meeting.

o          Online   JAMBOREE TICKETS

o          There is a service - $2.63 for 1 ticket, $4.28 for 2 tickets

We’re Looking For…..

•           Nominations for Woman of the Year.  This is awarded to a member whose exceptional leadership, dedication and service has made a significant impact within the club and community over the years.  Please forward your recommendations, including your reason for the nomination to Libby ([email protected]) or Joanne ([email protected])    

•           Donations of Gift Cards:  May 4 MOULTONBOROUGH ACADEMY CHEM-FREE AFTER PROM EVENT is looking for donations of gift cards  in a variety of denominations for Dunkins, Starbucks, Amazon, & Gas Cards to use for prizes and raffles for the students.  Can you help?  

•           Choose what you’d like to donate by clicking here: Donate A Gift Card Here           

•           Contact Kim Johnson with questions  [email protected] 

There will be lots of signups again at the MAY meeting.  Bring your checkbook / cash and your patience!!  

FYI:  Please write a separate check or have cash for each event – an extra couple minutes of your time will save Kathy, our Treasurer, a BUNDLE of bookkeeping time!

•           June Luncheon - June 3 at the Barn on the Pemi in Plymouth

o          Cost is $40 – checks can be made out to MWC

o          Be prepared to choose your entrée and which table & friends you would like to sit with 

•           MWC Dues - $30.  Checks should be made out to MWC

•           Tickets for the June Jamboree – June 8, pending availability

o          Cost is $40 per ticket.  Checks should be made out to MWC

•           Hostess signup for 2024 – 2025 – sign up at the meeting or send your first and second month choices to Tracy at [email protected].  The months of May and September are reserved for snowbirds, with September slots available to our members who are unable to handle the physical set up and clean up tasks at other meetings.

•           May 14 Bake Sale at the Town Election.  We need bakers and helpers!!  All proceeds go to the Scholarship Fund!  Contact Debbie DeBerardinas [email protected]  or Nancy Slaney [email protected] to offer your help working the sale OR to bake.

What’s coming up?  check  Women's Club Calendar  on the MWC website for full listing of activities

•           BRIDGE every Tuesday@1 pm  at Mboro Rec Building.  Contact Dotti with questions [email protected]

•           Be a Storytime Guest Reader: 3:30 pm Friday afternoons at the Moultonborough Library.  Do you enjoy reading to children?  If so, sign up at Guest Story Time to choose a time; the Library will choose the books!  Contact Nancy Hill  [email protected] with  questions. 

•           Mexican Train Dominos - Fridays at Identity Coffee Meredith from 10-12. Contact Gayle Russell [email protected]

•           BOOK CLUB on June 26  at 4 pm at the Moultonborough Library.  Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus has been selected; contact Margaret Walsh [email protected] if you would like to attend.

•           JUNE JAMBOREE PREPARATIONS!  How can you help out?

FRIENDLY REMINDERS:

•           Do you have photos or a message to send to the Club or the Board?  

o          Please send to [email protected] and it will be routed to the appropriate person.

•           MWC mailing address changed last fall.  We have created stickers for your Handbook – ask for one when you sign in at the next meeting, or just write it in your Handbook!

o          MWC,  P.O. Box 1073, Moultonborough, NH 03254

Did you RSVP for May 6 meeting yet?  

Here’s the link again:  RSVP Here  

In Friendship & Service,

Libby & Joanne, MWC Co-Presidents

MWC Charitable Works 

The MWC has 150 members from towns in the Lakes Region and promotes community, educational and social activities and actively support community needs in the Moultonborough area.   

Charitable Activity:

  • Awarded over $216,000 in scholarships for deserving Moultonborough students
  • Raised over $160,000 for the American Cancer Society by participating in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk  
  • Supports the Children’s Christmas Trust by donating Christmas gifts for Moultonborough children
  • Our “Charity of the Month” provides food, personal products, toys, supplies and other items to local groups in need including:  

o   David’s House, Lebanon, NH, Waypoint Family Resource Center, Laconia, Starting Point, Lakes Region Food Pantry, Veterans Home Sunshine Cart 

  • Annually donates in excess of $2000 to local charities including:

o   Interlakes Community Care Givers, Lakes Region Food Pantry, Granite VNA, Carroll County Retired & Senior Volunteer Program, Circle Program, Ossipee Concerned Citizens, Starting Point, Lakes Region VNA, Winnipesaukee Wellness Center

  • Contributes to the Meredith Village Savings Bank’s Mitten Tree by making / buying mittens and hats for local families  
  • Read stories to young children at the library