About The Club

The mission of the Club is to bring together women interested in intellectual and cultural advancement, to be a potent factor in the development of the community and to promote its well-being through a philanthropy program. This mission is exclusively charitable and educational.


Membership Guidelines and Info


Regular meetings convene promptly at one o’clock on the second, third and fourth Mondays of each month from October through May unless the membership is notified to the contrary. Regular meetings are open to all members and their guests.

A bill for dues shall be sent by the Treasurer to each active and associate member by March 1 each year, which bill shall be payable by March 30. A member whose dues are not paid before March 30 shall be dropped automatically from membership.

Annual dues are $125; Associate membership is $50 for any member residing 50 miles or more from Englewood.

Resignations must be made in writing to the Board through the Corresponding Secretary. No resignation shall be accepted from a member in arrears for dues.

Any change in address or telephone number or error in Year Book listing should be reported to the Treasurer or Corresponding Secretary.

Membership is open to all women. Residence in Englewood is NOT required.



Get In Touch

For membership information, call Mary Ann Washington-Diaz at cell phone (201)-694-1528.

For general information, call Nancy Ferer at cell phone (201)-424-4817 or email [email protected].



OFFICERS


President


co-president

Susan Eastham

1st Vice President | Finance Chair


co-president

Beverly Rhinehart

2nd Vice President
Membership Chair


co-vice-president

Mary Ann Washington-Diaz

Recording Secretary


Dorothy VanderWerf


Corresponding Secretary


Barbara Soyster


Treasurer


Ralph Hellmold

Philanthropy Treasurer


Nancy Ferer


Federation Secretary


Levonne C. Turner


Departments


Woman's Club Englewood Department Chair

Art

Beverly Rhinehart | Yvonne Crichton


to promote fuller appreciation and greater participation in arts and crafts and all cultural activites

Woman's Club Englewood Department Chair

Conservation & Garden

Carolyn Milne


to create year-round interest in conservation and gardening and to offer educational oppurtunities in these fields

Woman's Club Englewood Department Chair

Education

Elizabeth Whitney


to create year-round interest in conservation and gardening and to offer educational oppurtunities in these fields

Woman's Club Englewood Department Chair

Home Life


to stimulate interest in any of the varied activities connected with running a home


Woman's Club Englewood Department Chair

International Outreach

Bea Barbieri


To stimulate the study of economic and geographical factors of the world, and to interest every clubwoman to work for world peace

Woman's Club Englewood Department Chair

Literature & Creative Writing

Marion Weis | Levonne Turner


to stimulate an interest in reading with special emphasis on contemporary literature, to broaden interest and engagement in creative writing

Woman's Club Englewood Department Chair

Performing Arts

Bea Barbieri | Ani Kalyjian


to provide an oppurtunity for members to express themselves in Drama, Dance, or Chorus and to share their talents with others

Woman's Club Englewood Department Chair

Public Issues

Aleta Frezzell


to educate the clubwomen about public affairs of all kinds



Woman's Club Englewood Department Chair

Social Services

Carol Addison


to relate our club to state and community needs through education and service




Standing Committees


Communications

communication department

Dorothy VanderWerf | Mary Ann Washington-Diaz

ensure active and consistent communication strategy for all members

Finance

Finance Committee

Beverly Rhinehart

provide financial oversight for all aspects of the organization

Hospitality

Hospitality Committee

Marion Weiss | Lucille Leon

help promote and foster and promote a friendly, welcoming, and caring environment