Town of Bethlehem Connecticut

 

 

BETHLEHEM JUNIOR WOMEN

 

 Connecticut Junior Women

The Bethlehem Junior Women's Club is in District 5 which is comprised of the following:

Beacon Falls Junior Women
Bethlehem Junior Women
Junior Women of Litchfield
Middlebury Junior Women
Oxford Junior Women
Junior Women of Watertown
Woodbury Junior Women
Woodbury Juniorettes

 

NEW MEMBERS WELCOMED!

The Bethlehem Junior Women's Club invites any woman interested to join the club.  Annual dues are $5.00.  Monthly meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month in the Children's Library.  An informal gathering begins at 7:00 pm followed by the business meeting that starts at 7:30pm.  The Bethlehem Junior Women's Club is a fun way to work together to make Bethlehem a better place to live. New members are always welcome.  Come join us!

COME AND MEET US

The members of the Bethlehem Junior Women's Club are committed to providing financial and physical support to worthy charities.  We advocate education, family life, and public health and safety in our community.  Out motto is "Service Through Friendship".  The Club is a non-profit, apolitical, and non-sectarian civic organization.  We are affiliated with the statewide organization of the Connecticut Junior Women, Inc.  Membership is open to any woman (ages eighteen to one hundred thirty-seven!) who wishes to promote the civic, cultural, social, and educational growth of her community.

THIS IS WHAT WE DO

  • Improve and expand the library
  • Donate videos to the children's library
  • Sponsor safety ID program for town children
  • Participate in the Christmas Town Festival
  • Assist Bethlehem Recreation Department with town Easter and Halloween parties
  • Make charitable contributions to educational and civic organizations
  • Constructed a new playground for the town (completed May 1993)
  • Host social functions for the senior citizens
  • Help to replenish food bank when needed
  • Distribute holiday baskets to needy families
  • Promote friendship and personal growth through club activities
  • ADOPT A ROAD: annual cleanup of Flanders Road
  • Responsible for obtaining and setting up the BETHLEHEM sign located in front of the cemetery.

     

 

 

 

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