WINDHAM — The Woman’s Club has filed with the General Federation of Women’s Clubs for dissolution, but will continue to exist under a new title.
The club re-incorporated under the Women’s Service Club of Windham in order to keep around 70 percent of the club’s money in the town, rather than send it to the state and national General Federation of Women’s Clubs.
This money will continue to go to charitable and educational purposes.
“Everything else stays the same as far as what we do here in Windham,” publicity officer Ruth Coole said. “All our projects continue and nothing changes at all.”
Those projects include bake sales at elections, candidate’s nights and the coat drives and yard sale.
They will also continue working with Helping Hands to put together Thanksgiving baskets and working with the town to provide Christmas presents for residents in need.
Anyone interested in the Woman’s Service Club can come to their first meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 3, at 11:30 a.m. There will be time for lunch, a program and the meeting.
For more information about joining the club, call membership chairman Sue Violo at 889-0578.
Submit photos of ‘wild’ Kingston
KINGSTON — The deadline is near for the third annual Wild Kingston Photo Contest.
Bring entries, forms and fees to Kingston Community Library by July 16.
For rules and entry forms, visit kingstonnh.org/conservation-commission. The library also has printed forms.
It’s all about bubbles Monday
HAMPSTEAD — Head to Hampstead Public Library Monday for “Bubble-ology” at 2 p.m.
Experiment with bubble formulas, make a bubble machine and create bull art.
No advance signup is required.
Call 329-6411 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
There’s magic in Sandown
SANDOWN — Magician and juggler Scott Jameson will be at Sandown Town Hall Monday at 10:30 a.m. as part of the library’s summer program.