Do you have a TV gathering dust in the garage? Are your cabinets filled with cell phones, broken toys and other gadgets? If so, please join us on Aug 15, 2015 at Navin Rink located at 451 Bolton St, Marlborough, MA 01752 from 9am-1pm.
The GFWC Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club is sponsoring an electronics recycling event. Advanced Electronics Recycling, Inc. of Hudson, MA will be onsite to provide a responsible recycling solution for the electronics being dropped off at the recycling event.
Advanced Electronics Recycling, Inc ensures all customers that all electronics are properly handled and recycled by shredding materials such as hard drives, disks and other medias. Secured data destruction services are part of their recycling services.
The electronics recycling event will be held from 9am-1pm at Navin Rink located at 451 Bolton St, Marlborough, MA 01752. Marlborough Juniors and Advanced Electronics Recycling personnel will assist customers in unloading material from their cars.
Items can be recycled for as little as $2 per small items such as remote toys and small appliances to $20 for large appliances such as refrigerators, stoves, grills (no propane tanks) and lawn equipment (empty of all gas or oils) with a maximum of $30 per car load. Advanced Electronics Recycling, Inc. kindly donates their services for this event. All proceeds go to GFWC Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club to support our charitable efforts in the community.
- Cell Phones
- CD drives
- DVD players
- Game Players and joysticks
- Answering Machines
- Adding Machines
- Fax machines
- Postage Meters,
- Vacuum Cleaners
- Toaster Ovens
Non-Accepted Items Include:
- Mercury Containing Devices
- Alkaline Batteries
- Household Chemicals
- Propane Tanks
For more information on Advanced Electronics Recycling, Inc.’s policies and procedures, visit their website at: http://www.advancedelectronicsrecycling.com/
GFWC Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club joins the General Federation of Women’s Clubs in their support of the United Nation’s Shot@Life campaign. Shot@Life is a movement to protect children worldwide by providing life-saving vaccines where they are most needed.
World Immunization Week is April 24–April 30 and Shot@Life is asking its partners to participate in Shot@Life’s coast-to-coast challenge for global vaccination. Unite with global vaccine champions across the country to reach three collective goals in three areas: building relationships with your representatives, leveraging the media for advocacy and building community support. Together, we can stand up for children everywhere.
To reach this goal, Marlboro Juniors have created a quick and easy website to asking for your help to Advocate2Vaccinate. Visit the site at www.mjwc.com/shotatlife. On the site you can:
- Take the pledge to support worldwide vaccination
- Write letters to the editor using the Shot@Life tool to spread the word about vaccination
- Write your member of Congress asking him or her to support funding for worldwide vaccination
The General Federation of Women’s Clubs, an international women’s organization dedicated to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service, celebrates its 125th anniversary on April 24, the organization’s Federation Day.
GFWC Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club (founded in 1964) is a proud member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC).
To mark GFWC’s 125th Anniversary, GFWC Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club received a proclamation from Arthur Vigeant, mayor of Marlborough, MA, in recognition of the often unheralded work clubwomen contribute to our communities.
GFWC’s Signature Project is Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention. It also focuses heavily on veterans’ issues and child advocacy, among a host of other programs. GFWC partners include Canine Companions for Independence, Easter Seals, The Heart Truth®, Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY), Inside Knowledge, The Kettering Foundation, March of Dimes, Prevent Child Abuse America, Sew Much Comfort, UNICEF, the U.N. Foundation’s Shot@Life campaign, and USO.
The seeds for GFWC’s existence were sown in New York in 1868 when journalist and founder Jane Cunningham Croly (the namesake for MJWC’s club mascot – Jennie) was denied entry because of her gender to a press club dinner honoring author Charles Dickens, leading her to form a woman’s club, Sorosis. On April 24, 1890, 63 clubs officially formed the General Federation of Women’s Club by ratifying the GFWC constitution.
Join us for our 10th annual Trivia Night! GFWC Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club is committed to providing service and help to those in need in our communities. Your support of Trivia Night will help us in this mission.
If you want to ensure you and your friends sit together on the same team, we encourage you to contact us and reserve a table. Tables can include a maximum of 10 people. Tickets are $25 per person. To reserve your tickets or table, email us at email@example.com.
Saturday, March 28, 2014
Marlborough Fish & Game (1 Muddy Ln, Marlborough, MA 01752)
Doors open at 6:30pm
Trivia starts at 7pm
Tickets: $25 per person
Heavy hors d’oeuvres included with your ticket
We provide local organizations with Easter Baskets for children in need in our community. Bring items for Easter Baskets or the Food Pantry and you will be entered to win a fabulous door prize!
We will also have raffles for wonderful baskets and a 50/50 raffle.
Email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or contact a member for tickets.
The Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club is sponsoring a writing contest to honor teachers for National Teacher Appreciation Day on May 5, 2015. This contest is open to all students in the Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter School, Hudson Public School District, Immaculate Conception Schools, and Marlborough Public School District.
Here’s How It Works: Students write an essay or poem answering one of these two questions: “What makes your teacher so good at their job?” or “How does your teacher inspire you?” Students in grades K-2 should write one or two sentences and draw a picture answering one of the questions. K-2 students are allowed the help of an adult to do the actual writing, but both the words and drawing must come from the student. Each entry should be submitted with the entry form. Students in grades 3-4 will write 3-4 paragraphs and those in grades 5-12 will write 300 word essay or poem. A panel of judges will choose one essay from each district with both the student writer and the teacher receiving prizes.
Deadline for entry is April 1, 2015. The winning teacher and student from each school district will be invited to the MJWC business meeting on Tuesday, May 5, 2015 to receive an award. Download the entry form and rules below:
Teacher Appreciation Contest Entry Form
Teacher Appreciation Contest Rules
MJWC will host a Wine and Paint Fundraiser February 22, 2015 at Dante’s (inside Firefly’s) 350 E. Main St, Marlborough, MA (map).
Create your own decorated wine glass. There will be two sessions (space is limited to 30 people per session).
2:00pm & 6:00pm
The cost is $40 per person (payment due before 2/15/2015). Mail a check to:
Purchase tickets online at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1198245
Or mail a check to:
P.O. Box 934
Marlborough, MA 01752
In this 2 hour painting class you will create art on a glass that you will proudly use and display or give it as a gift to someone for a special occasions or just because. We will instruct you on how to map out your design on the glass then paint it and cure it so that you have a beautiful, dishwasher safe glass.
All monies raised will support the MJWC project – Metrowest Princess Boutique
Cash Bar Available
Applications are now being accepted for the General Federation of Women’s Clubs’ Success for Survivors Scholarship. This unique opportunity encourages intimate partner abuse survivors to reclaim and rebuild their lives by advancing their academic pursuits through a $2,500 scholarship.
“GFWC clubs all across the country have embraced the GFWC Signature Project: Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention and are making a difference in the lives of survivors of domestic abuse with educational scholarships, donations to hotlines, shelters and other programs aimed at helping those who need it the most,” explained GFWC International President Babs Condon. “Ending domestic violence is not just a dream…it can be a reality if we come together with a common set of goals.”
In June 2014, GFWC awarded $20,000 in scholarships. The scholarships are funded through generous donations from GFWC members, partners, and friends to the GFWC Signature Project: Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Fund.
“According to studies, a higher education can help survivors obtain careers and provide a brighter future,” stated GFWC Signature Project Chairman Chris Sienkielewski. “We are grateful for our generous donors who positively impact individuals’ pursuit of education and independence.”
GFWC Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club helps domestic abuse victims in a variety of ways ranging from awareness campaigns, drives for shelters like Abby’s House in Worcester and monitory donations — including donations that go directly toward this scholarship.
Survivors of intimate partner abuse seeking higher education to advance their careers, train for a new career, or reenter the job market are encouraged to apply for the GFWC Success for Survivors Scholarship. Candidates must be enrolled or planning to enroll at an accredited post-secondary or vocational institution. In addition, candidates must be recommended by a licensed or accredited domestic violence agency, counselor, and/or social worker.
The scholarship application deadline is February 6, 2015. For more information and to download the application, visit www.GFWC.org/Scholarship.
Join us for a fun evening out for a good cause. There will be raffle prizes and all proceeds benefit the Metrowest Princess Boutique (www.mwprincessboutique.com) presented by the GFWC Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club.
Thursday, November 6at 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Marlborough Country Club
200 Concord Rd, Marlborough, Massachusetts 01752
CASH BAR AND LIGHT HORS D’OEUVRES
CASH FOR GOLD by Anthony Andrew Jewelers of Northboro. Bring your old jewelry and turn it into cash!
- Mary Kay,
- Lia Sophia,
- Thirty One Gifts,
- Bell’s Bowtique,
- Heaven Scent Soap,
- Kristin’s Cakes and Cupcakes,
- Pampered Chef,
- Tail -f Art and Cards,
- Tastefully Simple,
- Usborne Books,
- Watters & Daughters Soap Company,
- WearLex and
- Unique Utensils.
Bring your donations for the Princess Boutique! Dresses, jewelry, makeup, purses, shoes, and other accessories will be collected.
Marlboro Juniors had a great time walking in the 2014 Labor Day Parade. Take a look.
Every year since 2002, MJWC has chosen to thank our local fire and police for their willingness to serve and protect us. We haven’t missed a year yet and we even had a former member who loved this project join us for deliveries. So, thank you to the fire and police of Marlboro and Hudson for keeping us safe.