Upcoming Activities

 

 Meditation and Healthy Habits  January 15, 2021 Monthly Meeting

Join us for the Women’s Club of Caldwell Monthly zoom meeting on January 15th 2021 at 7 pm. The theme for the meeting is “Meditation and Healthy Habits for the New Year.” After a short club meeting, guest speaker Penny Prosperi will present meditation/stress reduction techniques. We will also have a slide presentation on healthy habits and strategies to incorporate good habits into your lifestyle.  To receive a link for the Zoom meeting, please register at  https://tinyurl.com/WCCJanuaryMeditationZoom

 A Zoom link for the meeting will be sent to the email entered on the form.  Feel free to share this sign up with friends and family.  R.S.V.P by January 12th.

Email Carol C. at healthwellness@womensclubofcaldwell.org with any questions.

 
Women's Book Group: January 2020 - Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver  Spring

Book Club/ On a ZOOM PLATFORM

Our monthly Book Club meeting is held from a member’s house. Once there  we socialize, enjoy  food in our homes, and engage in lively discussion. If you are interested in joining us, please contact us for Zoom login information. 

The first Book Club meeting of the year will be held on JANUARY 29, 2021 You are welcome to join us for Fellowship and  friendly a discussion. Bring your own vittles and libations .  The Vanishing Half by Britt Bennett

 

International Luncheons Are Cancelled for the Winter Months 

 

A Message from our WCC President

As we all face the current health crisis from the COVID-19 pandemic together, please be assured the Women’s Club of Caldwell is following the guidance of our Caldwell Borough Board of Health officer, and canceling all of our activities until it is safe to gather.  If you need help please leave a message on our webpage: Womensclubofcaldwell.org  or send us an email: womensclubofcaldwellnj@gmail.com.  We will respond!

With each day of this health crisis it is evident that the members of our community are following the recommendations from federal and state health officials.  We ask all of our members to cooperate and follow safe practices, including social distancing at this time. 

This unprecedented health crisis has hit many of us hard.  Our Caldwell business community needs our support, consider shopping at the wonderful merchants and ordering takeout from restaurants in town. There are smart and safe ways for you to continue to support them.  If we all use safe practices while supporting our local business we can help them get through this crisis.  

Finally, Let’s show a little more kindness and WCC spirit and lookout for each other and our neighbors. There are some who are struggling , are alone or need help for any number of reasons.  Now is the time to reach out, so make the call, send the text and spread the love. We are in this together and can support one another without compromising our safety.  Stay Safe. Stay Well.

In Kindness ~ Diane