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National Society of New England Women

Glens Falls Colony

Glens Falls, NY



Our colony is honored to have Mrs. Cindy Needham serving as Registrar General.

L-R Photo of Kate Szewczyk, and Gabby, Junior members of our colony

Who served as personal pages to our President General, Mrs. Leslie Canavan

During our Annual Congress at Lake Morey Resort, Fairlee, VT May 2007



L-R Cindy Needham, Registrar General, her granddaughter Gabby served as a page, Mrs. Theresa Cobb,

 Kate Szewczyk served as a page, Mrs. Susan Szewczyk, Honorary Director General- Nominations

& current Colony Vice President & President General Mrs. Leslie Canavan.

Our colony won an award for our Colony Scrapbook.

Photo take May 2007 at Annual Congress, Lake Morey Resort, Fairlee, VT


Colony Organized: June 27, 1916 New York

PUBLICATIONS: The National Society of New England Women Yearbook, and the quarterly The Clipper, both which update members on Society activities.

CHARITABLE PROJECTS: Supports the Kurn Hattin Homes residential school for underprivileged children at Westminster, Vermont; and the Clarke School for the Deaf at Northampton, Massachusetts; supports numerous student loans at Pacific University (Forest Grove, Oregon); Middlebury College (Vermont); Mount Holyoke College (South Hadley, Massachusetts); Baldwin Wallace College (Berea, Ohio); and Austin College (Sherman, Texas). Also supports a number of veterans charities and services

We have 6 meetings a year. Five are open to the public. The Sixth is the annual business meeting in March. Of the five, 2 are dinner meetings (Nov & April) at local restaurants. 1 is our annual picnic in June, usually held in Chestertown. The May & September meetings are usually held in the afternoon, one in Glens Falls, the other in Chestertown.


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Webpage last updated November 26, 2007.