|Posted on July 14, 2019 at 9:15 AM|
MOULTONBOROUGH WOMEN’S CLUB BAKE SALE ON JULY 6
The Moultonborough Women’s Club experienced one of the hottest days of the summer with a 90 degrees temperature for their bake sale held on Moultonborough Public Library grounds on Saturday, July 6. Thank goodness the baked goods sold out by 2:00 with successful results. Early birds got the choicest picks with the scrumptious goodies the members baked as well as first choice in the MPL gigantic book sale. Chair Mary Lou Charron with Julie Osgood, Wilda Elliot and Diane Hayes worked the morning shift and were relieved by Janet Moe, Nancy McDonough and Barb Koehler. Members brought in delicious tempting treats, something for everyone to enjoy. The usual huge assortment of cookies, brownies were on hand and some patriotic decorated cakes and cupcakes. Needless to say, pies disappear as soon as they arrive; always a best seller.
This past June, MWC awarded $8,000 to local students and now we start to refill our coffers for next season of awards. Today colleges are far too expensive for typical families; seeing the need, scholarships became the ideal solution to plan, work to aid not only high school students but also help those wanting to continue with education. MWC members are dedicated to this good cause and devote much of their time with bake sales being a successful way to raise funds. We give sincere thanks to the community because they also play an integral part with their generosity in this endeavor. Plus a huge thanks to the Moultonborough Public Library, who share their grounds and offer aid whenever possible.
|Posted on June 11, 2019 at 10:55 AM|
Scholarship chair Marylou Charron, Recipients: Cassidy Sturgeon, Grace Blacadar, Elizabeth Murphy, Kate Duois, cochair Donna Conway
The Moultonborough Women’s Club awarded $8,000 in scholarships to four hard working Moultonborough Academy students. This happens to be the club’s pet passion and has been doing this since 1960, when they saw the need. It all began by holding bake sales at every election and then sandwich sales, which added to the fund. Besides bake sales, one large social event is held each year for a fund raiser. Research and keeping records show the total MWC has awarded an astonishing $192,350 since 1960. Seniors and their families gathered at Geneva Point Center for the annual Senior/Parent Banquet where students were presented the scholarships.
|Posted on May 23, 2019 at 12:55 AM|
The Moultonborough Women’s Club Gala Committee
The Moltonborough Women’ s Club Is planning a Colossal Spring Gala and Silent Auction to take place at the Moultonborough Function Hall aka as Lions Club on Old Rt 109s, on Saturday, June 1, 7 pm to 10 p m. This event requires a lot of preparation, planning, decorating and is offered every other year. It is a great fund raiser for our Scholarship Fund. Vice President. Amy Corston. a gifted organizer has taken charge of this huge project with welcomed help from an enthusiastic committee.The entrance fee is only $20 per person, a very inexpensive night to have fun, enjoy friends and get a fantastic deal on unusual auction items. Tickets will be going fast and you can get together with friends or family by reserving a table for 8 or 10 or for just a couple. We start by looking around and checking out the items for auction before we begin with appetizers.
Well known Chef Eloise Post has given her Ooh la la menu to entice us with her stationary cheese tower filled with assorted Italian cheeses , bread sticks, crackers and smokey bourbon pretzels surrounded with crudite displayed in glass containers at various heights along with spinach dip, dill dip and hummus. Polpette all Casalinga Meatalls, Italian style beef meatballsi in red sauce. Orange chicken meatballs, Scoops filled with Mexican Street corn salad, mini vegetable egg rolls,with ginger apricot sauce, pigs in puff pastry with mustard dip. Antipasta bites: Genoa salami cups filled with mozzarella balls, chopped fresh basil and artichoke hearts followed by Tirimisu dip with cookies, strawberries. Exciting things going on with raffles, a wine pull and DJ music for dancing.
|Posted on May 22, 2019 at 1:00 PM|
JUNE 1, 2019, 7 pm to 10 pm the Moultonborough Spring Gala and Silent Auction to benefit Scholarships, at Moultonborough Function Hall aka Lions Club on Old Rt 109s. Fun inexpensive evening.
Hors D’Oeuvres, cash bar, music, dancing, wine pull and unique auction items. Donation $20, all major credit cards are excepted.
Cut off date is May 30, reserve a table for 6 or 8 and make your own party. Call Pam at 493-2044 or email@example.com.
|Posted on May 9, 2019 at 10:10 AM|
Seventy one members of the Moultonborough Women’s Club welcomed Bill Gassman, an interesting and informative speaker on our Moultonborough Water Basin. Bill is a volunteer, who frequently checks the quality of our big lake by taking numerous samples. He explained how milfoil and other invasive weeds have invaded our waters and must be stopped. We all want clean water and educating the public is one way to help along with conservation. Bill loves his work and gave an interesting many photo power point. The Q & A was lively.
Chef Donna Grow catered a most delicious, savory pot roast luncheon, with all the necessary trimmings, such as her rich gravy. Cecelia Hansen was in charge of the dessert ladies and they provided one of the best tables of decadent, tempting, luscious desserts yet. Working with her were: Mitzie Crowe, Donna Robbillard, Suzanne Wiederhelft, Barbara Brash, Pam King, Julie Osgood, Carol O’Hara, Donna Conway and Ginger Ishkanian with Libby Reichlen on Coffee.
Old shoes: Wow, you wouldn’t believe all the old shoes that were brought in for this months charity. Harriet Bicksler discovered this charity a few years back and the response has been fabulous. The heavier the better, as the shoes are taken to Littleton, weighed and exchanged for money that then goes to Second Chance Animal Rescue.
The Nominating committee consisting of Susan Reepmeyer, Pam Toczko and Marlene Taussig presented the new slate of officers last month and members voted unanimously for: President Amy Corston, Vice President Tricia Martin-Wallace, Recordring Secretary Susan Reepmeyer, Corresponding Secretary Leslie Ann Angelo, Treasurer Kathy Garry. Directors: Deb Kumpf, Libby Reichlen and Harriet Bicksler.
Pam King is in charge of tickets for the up coming Gala and Silent Auction and reported tickets are going fast. The cost is $20 per person and includes appetizers by well known Chef Eloise Post, cash bar, music that will get you dancing and time enough to peruse the fabulous auction items. Call Pam for a table of 6 or 8 and get your friends to make an Inexpensive party night. Call 493-2044.
Business vendors: Thanks to the efforts of Amy Corston and Kathy Garry, we are now officially 501c3 making charitable donations easier to obtain.