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Winter Dance Poster“Rock the Winter!”

Band Night Fun-Raiser for the AWC!

Saturday, January 31, 2015

7:30-11:30 pm

Guardian Angel Church Auditorium

Advance Tickets $35 per person

At the Door $40 per person

Click here for ticket info: Winter Dance Info

FS_15_Cover_animalSAVE THE DATE!

The 2015 Allendale Woman’s Club Fashion Show—“Fashion Therapy”
Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at Seasons of Washington Township, NJ

The Allendale Woman’s Club is proud to announce that Pony Power Therapies will be the primary beneficiary of the 2015 Allendale Woman’s Club Fashion Show fundraiser.  Pony Power Therapies is a non-profit organization in Mahwah, NJ, dedicated to providing programs that enhance individuals’ physical, social, and emotional well-being in a safe, nurturing farm environment.  The non-riding activities of the Stable Insights program offer at-risk children and young adults a unique opportunity to care for and interact with horses. The program focuses on prevention and recovery from drug use, depression, anxiety and bullying.  Reservations for “Fashion Therapy” will be available in January.

To make a donation or to place a message of support in the Fashion Show program,  please click here: 2015 Fashion Show Donation Form.

Any questions about becoming a sponsor, placing a message in the event program, or donating goods or services for the basket raffle, please contact Debbie Lucibello at awcfashionshow@gmail.com or 201.214.6993.

When you click on the logo below and purchase through Amazon.com or OneCause.com, a percentage of your purchase price will be donated to the club. Please note, when you order through OneCause, you will need to sign up (for free) and specify the Allendale Woman’s Club as the beneficiary.

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Ovarian cancer affects about 1 in 71 women in their lifetime, and it is the eighth most common cancer in women.  Linda Fleischauer, a beloved and active member of the Allendale Woman’s Club, lost her battle with ovarian cancer a few years ago.  In honor of her memory, the Allendale Woman’s Club has established a scholarship fund in her memory for students going on to college.

During the month of September, we will Turn the Town of Allendale Teal to raise awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer. We will also be conducting a fundraising drive to support ovarian cancer research.

To Donate:  Please click here: http://www.razoo.com/story/Lfm-Scholarship-Fundraiser-For-Ovarian-Cancer-Research  or mail checks payable to the Allendale Woman’s Club (reference LFMS) to P.O. Box 284, Allendale, NJ 07401.

Thank you for your support.

The Allendale Woman’s Club Presents the

2014 Busy Book to Hillside School’s Third Graders

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The Allendale Woman’s Club (AWC) presented copies of the Busy Book: A Collection of Third Grade Writing to Hillside School’s graduates.  Each third grader is represented in the book, and the stories are written as part of the curriculum under the instruction of the Hillside School’s Third Grade Teachers: Mrs. Clauss, Mrs. Ebneter (pictured on the right), Mrs. McKeon, Ms. Nadel, and Mrs. Termini.

Mrs. Costanza, the Hillside School’s Technology Teacher (pictured on the left), helped the children with word processing and designing their stories.  The AWC has been compiling and professionally printing the writing work of the third graders for more than 50 years.

 

The Allendale Woman’s Club held its annual Fashion Show “Play for Fashion” on April 9th.  The main beneficiary of the 2014 Fashion Show was the Youth Consultation Service (YCS) Holley Center and other charities.  The more than 465 attendees at this year’s Fashion Show lent their gracious support to this wonderful organization to improve the lives of the extraordinary children who call the Holley Center their home.

YCS Holly Center Donation Check

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictured (L-R) Cherryll Vellek, Fran Spiegel, Ruthie Harper, Kathy Mongon, Odette Bonan, and Rebecca Marcelletti.

Need Based ScholarshipThe Allendale Woman’s Club donated $2000 to the Need-Based Scholarship Fund at Northern Highlands. The need is especially great this year and the Northern Highlands Need-Based Scholarship Committee is still looking for donations.

Pictured above (L-R): Carolee Gravina, AWC; Debbie Callahan, Chair of the Need-Based Scholarship Committee; Kelly Peterfriend, Head of Guidance at Northern Highlands; Gail Trumbetti, VP of Northern Highlands Board of Ed; Kristen Tsarnas, AWC VP & Chair of CIP.

 

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