The MWC joined the 4th of JULY PARADE in M'Boro 

“It was GREAT!!! Lots of enthusiastic folks along the parade route from the high school all the way to Rec Center!” says Amy Corston, director of the Moultonborough Women’s Club who with Co-Pres Julie Osgood and Pam King waved to the crowds. A picture-perfect day to celebrate the anniversary of our country’s independence at this annual event. A special thanks to John Corston who drove the ladies in his 1934 Ford roadster.

SCHOLARSHIP BAKE SALE! Come join us at the Moultonborough Public Library’s Annual Book Sale on Saturday, JULY 9th beginning at 9am for the opportunity to purchase a few scrumptious delights! All proceeds go directly to the Scholarship Fund.

Annual June Banquet

It was a lovely afternoon at the Geneva Point Conference Center when the Moultonborough Women’s Club gathered for the Annual Banquet to celebrate seventy-two years. A delicious luncheon, catered by Geneva Point, was enjoyed by seventy members. Dotti Simpson, Parliamentarian, presided over the candlelit Installation Ceremony of Officers as members looked toward the 2022-2023 year. A slide show presentation choregraphed by Libby Reichlen, Historian and VP, showcased the club’s achievements and social events over the years. The MWC Woman of the Year award was presented to Harriet Bicksler. A faithful member of the MWC, she has held the offices of Director, President, VP and Corresponding Secretary as well as chairing the Donations, Town Meeting Lunches and Bake Sale Committees. Harriet has served as Historian and was a member of the Scholarship committee for many years as well as many others. Congratulations to Harriet and all the officers of the Moultonborough Women’s Club.

Moultonborough Academy Senior Banquet

Dorothy Simpson and Mary Whiting from the MWC awarded this years scholarships to four hard working Moultonborough Academy students; Katherine Anderson, Grace Boucher, Layla MacNeill and Dakota Mako as the seniors and their families gathered at Geneva Point Center for the annual Senior/Parent Banquet.

Kentucky Derby Fundraiser  

The Moultonborough Women’s Club celebrated the Kentucky Derby with their own fundraising event. “About 60 men and women gathered for an evening of fun and dressing in ‘Derby Fashion.’ Some of the activities included scratch tickets, basket raffles and corn hole! All money raised benefited the Moultonborough Scholarship Fund. In addition, a delicious dinner was served,” said Kimberly Ziegele. Check out the website and Facebook page for photos of the fun.

Winter Hikes

Meredith Rail Trail

A regular group of walkers from the Moultonborough Women's Club continued their winter jaunts with a scenic walk along the Meredith Rail Trail.

-Christine Wright contributor

Page Pond, Meredith NH

Mitten Tree

"The Moultonborough Women’s Club has come through once again, adding 176 items to our already full mitten tree. Members of the club begin work in the summer hand knitting items for our tree, in what is annual event for them. Members arrived with hand-knit and purchased items, including 90 hats, 31 mittens, 50 gloves, and 5 scarves. Club member Janet Schurko organizes the donations, and hopes to make another delivery of items before the month end."

- Meredith Village Savings Bank


“Wear your PINK” was the call out from Deb Kumpf and Nancy McDonough as the Moultonborough Woman’s Club team gathered on a warm October afternoon for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk. Sixteen walkers collected over $7,200 in donations last month for the American Cancer Society, making this ambitious group the 7th highest fundraising team in all New Hampshire for this year. Over the last 25 years, club members have raised over $148,000 for this worthy cause. Thank you to Nancy and Deb for your dedication to this worthy cause and to this year’s walkers GO PINK!

Nancy McDonough, Anne Marie Bedford, Tracy Webster-Babcock, Jane Harrington, Elaine Rider, Mary Dominguez, Deb Wiacek, Christine Wright, Amy Corston, Sharon Paton, Cindy Bergeron, Diane Schneider, Trish Conley, Paula Young, (front) Donna Robillard, Deb Kumpf and Macy

MWC was in the holiday spirit!

The halls were truly decked in holiday greenery as the members of the Moultonborough Women’s Club brought their voices together in harmony to sing Deck the Halls and other merry carols as Deb Kumpf led a singalong at the December meeting. The members donned festive sweaters in the spirit of the season and an assortment of holiday treats provided by this month’s hostess committee was enjoyed after a delicious luncheon. The Waypoint program and the Moultonborough Children’s Christmas Fund were the designated gift organizations for the month. A team of knitters and crocheters led by Janet Schurko displayed hats, gloves, mittens and scarves to be donated to the Meredith Village Savings Bank’s Mitten Tree.

Janet Schurko named MWC’s 2021 Woman of the Year 

The Moultonborough Women’s Club has named Janet Schurko the recipient of the 2021 Woman of the Year Award. Her sweet spirit and compassion has led her to devote her time and efforts to serving others in various capacities for the community. She has been a valuable asset as chair of the Remembrance Committee and has spread her kindness to club members, nursing home residents, Meals on Wheels homebound recipients and at the local veteran’s home with notes, home made cards and messages of comfort and encouragement.
Christmas time has seen Janet managing the club’s holiday gift projects for area children and she has led a team in making ornaments for the club’s beautifully decorated contribution to Altrusa’s Festival of Trees events. Janet organizes a talented group of knitters and crocheters for the Meredith Savings Bank’s Mitten Tree project, herself knitting many hats, scarves and mittens.
Thank you Janet, for your devotion to others and service to the Moultonborough Women’s Club.
Janet Schuko with Amy Corston, Director