WELCOME TO THE WOMAN'S CLUB OF SPRING LAKE. In 1918, our founder, Mrs. Samuel Heilner created our original slogan “A League of Neighbors”. Almost 100 years later, we still are a league of neighbors supporting the charitable, operational, educational and social needs of organizations and individuals in our community.
For more information
Tunnels to Tower Presentation - Kathy Cunningham
Happy Thanksgving - Pie Sale to support Charities
Bake Sale At the Italian Festival To Benefit our various Charities 2022
Beach Sweep April and October '22
Mayor presents the Woman's Club with a Proclamation of the 19th Amendment
For information about our Scholarship program and for the Application please click here.SCHOLARSHIP
The club meets on every third Monday morning and Wednesday evening of the month from September through May. You can attend either meeting or both! Whatever is convenient.
The Monday meetings are held in the Spring Lake Community House at 11 a.m. and the Evening meets at 7 p.m. at the Duggan Hall on Washington St. in Spring Lake.
To contact us
Trip to Lancaster - '21
Visit from Shirley Holly
Shirley Holly, President of the NJ Federation of Women's Clubs, joined the Evening group for dinner on June 15.
Spring Luncheon Scholarship Award
Pooch Parade - July 4th @ 3 pm- SLCH; contact Kathleen Bagley to volunteer.
Ways & Means Cocktail Party - 8/25; contact Maryanne Mulvihill or Mary O
Irish Dancing - Will start-up in the Fall
Evening Group - TBA
Walking Group - Mondays at 5 pm starting 5/1; meet at flagpole
Civic Engagement: Coat drive - contact Barbara Kittle
Irish Festival - June 17
October Trip to Washington, DC - 10/17-19; contact Maryanne Mulvihill
In memory of Holocaust Children
1.5 Million is the number of Jewish children that missed out on an education because they
died during the Holocaust. Bring to the General Meeting or contact Karen La Sala who will collect them.
Update: Thank you so much for your generous pencil donations. The response from members was amazing, and Tracy, the student's teacher, expressed her heartfelt thanks as well.
In an effort to continue her students' involvement, Tracy contacted a holocaust survivor who spoke to the children at their school. Collection will be ongoing until the goal of 1,500,000 is reached. So far, 11,000 have been received.
Pinwheels for Prevention of Child Abuse
Visit from NJSFWC