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5:30 pm Silent “no more!” Auction
Silent “no more!” Auction
May 8 @ 5:30 pm – 8:15 pm
Silent "no more!" Auction
PRESS RELEASE April 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE from the Zonta Club of Quaboag Mary F. Knight, Communications Chair, 413-219-8260, Patricia Pupek, Auction Chair 413-626-5656     Silent “no more!” Auction to benefit local
9:30 am North American Inter-District Me... @ McLean Virginia Hilton
North American Inter-District Me... @ McLean Virginia Hilton
Jun 2 @ 9:30 am – Jun 4 @ 2:00 pm
Registration is open: The Zonta International North American Interdistrict Conference (NAIDM) is being held on June 2-4, 2017 Join us at the NAIDM meeting at the 4-star Hilton McLean Tysons Corner Hotel. On Friday June 2nd we will
5:30 pm Dinner Meeting
Dinner Meeting
Jun 12 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
RSVP to Mary Knight 413-323-4806
1:18 pm OFFICIAL District 1 Fall Conference
OFFICIAL District 1 Fall Conference
Oct 20 @ 1:18 pm – Oct 22 @ 1:33 pm
Save the date for our OFFICIAL District 1 Fall Conference of the biennium!  Date: October 20-22, 2017 Location: In the Berkshires, Western Massachusetts USA Theme: Making our VOICES Heard to Further Zonta’s Mission! As available

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Silent “no more!” Auction 2017

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April 2017 Newsletter

Dear Sister Zontians and Friends: It is officially SPRING, but this club has not been hibernating during the winter months! Plans are well under way for this year’s Silent “no more!” Auction and we are looking for items to bid on as well as people to attend.  There is a flyer in this newsletter that

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March 2017

Dear Sister Zontians and Friends, We are on a roll!!  The enthusiasm continues!  Our February Period Project far surpassed expectations.  Our amazing club members worked side by side with many volunteers to fill over 500 feminine hygiene kits for numerous organizations and women’s shelters .  The generosity of our members, as well as the community

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The Period Project

For women living with homelessness or poverty, having a period is more than a hassle. It’s a financial burden. Basic menstrual hygiene products are costly and, since pads and tampons are considered “non-essential” by the federal government, they are not covered by SNAP and WIC programs.  More at

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