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The Zonta Club of Quaboag Valley is comprised of successful women from our corner of western Massachusetts, working together to make a difference in the lives of women and children locally and worldwide.

Special Announcements

Last call to:
~ Order Poinsettias - Great item at a great price.

~ Join us at the December 8th International Market Place! Shop and make an impact! Hearty Appetizers and Desserts, Coffee, Tea and Cash Bar Holiday atmosphere. Cost $15 / Person
Note: Please bring an unwrapped gift for a child who will spend the holidays in a shelter. Suggestions at the link above.
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JMK2014DistrictAward Presenting the Jane M. Klausman District 1 Scholarship to Elizabeth Fitzgerald is Karen Duffy, Area 2 Director. They are flanked by Zonta of Quaboag Valley Co-presidents, Janet DaSilva (left) and Krisin Goold.
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The Zonta Club of Quaboag Valley is looking for vendors who might be interested in having a table for displaying and selling their wares at the International Holiday Marketplace December 8th at the Ludlow Country Club. Tables are NO cost for non-profits; $25 for for-profit concerns. (see calendar writeup for details) This is NOT a fundraiser for us—but rather an opportunity to benefit locally-owned businesses and nonprofits.
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IMG_4238The Founders Day award is given annually to a woman in the greater Quaboag area who exemplifies the ideals of Zonta International, a global organization of professionals working together to advance the status of women and girls worldwide through service and advocacy. Kathy Picard of Ludlow, MA has been chosen by the Zonta Club of Quaboag Valley to receive its 2014 Founders Day award. She will be honored with a reception and dinner on Monday, November 10, 2014 at Ludlow Country Club.
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Director of the Mayor's Office of Consumer Information: Milagros S. Johnson MOCI
Join us on Monday, October 20th at the Ludlow Country Club to learn about your rights and how to protect yourself from becoming a victim of scam, fraud or identity theft.
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We Welcome Guests and Inquiries.

The Zonta Club of Quaboag Valley meets at the Ludlow Country Club, Ludlow, MA each month - September through June. See calendar for dates and program details. To attend, simply RSVP by Wednesday before the meeting.

If you are exploring service organizations and want to determine if Zonta is a good fit for you, feel free to interview one or more of our members - we can meet informally, online or by phone.
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November 2014 Zonta Bog Newsletter
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What's New

Kathy Picard Named Founder’s Day Award Winner

The Founders Day award is given annually to a woman in the greater Quaboag area who exemplifies the ideals of Zonta International, a global organization of professionals working together to advance the status of women and girls worldwide through service and advocacy.  Kathy Picard of Ludlow, MA has been chosen by the Zonta Club of

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2014 Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship

On September 22, 2014 the Zonta Club of Quaboag Valley awarded Elizabeth Fitzgerald of Westfield the Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship, given annually to a woman pursuing an undergraduate or master’s degree in business management. We are proud to announce that Elizabeth has gone on to win the award at the Zonta International

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November 2014 Newsletter

Dear Sister Zontians, We just returned from a hectic, inspiring, energetic weekend at the 2014 District Fall Conference. I can not say enough about the incredible efforts by all of our members. The Hospitality Suite, Zonta Store, the Holiday and Chocolate /Wine baskets, and Pumpkintinis were well received, and we enjoyed fellowship with our sisters

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