Winter is finally over, and the green has once again appeared. The flowers seem more beautiful than in the past as winter was extra-long this year. I’ve noticed that some of the winter birds haven’t left, so there’s quite a variety of birds around. It’s great to hear them sing once again.
As Spring has begun, we begin a new club year with new officers and some new chairmen, and new opportunities. I’m excited to move forward with all of you and to continue our many wonderful activities.
You are truly the great ladies that make us a “giving” club, helping in so many ways including the military, kids in Appalachia, hospital patients, and the domestic abuse shelters to name a few.
It amazing that so few members can accomplish so much. However, it would be a great goal this year to bring in even more members, so that we have more people to help others in need.
Judy and I atended the NJSWC convention last week. I am happy to say that our club won lots of awards, including “Golds” and “First Places” submitted from Achievement Day.
Our club was well represented with our entries. Please bring any entry you have entered to the May meeting, so all can see what you entered and be encouraged to enter next year.
We met Jill and Gloria, who send their regards to all.
We are also grateful that we have Judy Filippini as our District Vice President. She will proudly represent the Highlands District. We all know she will do an outstanding job and we will give her our full support.