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Quakertown BPW Shares Women’s History Month

            The Quakertown Business and Professional Women's Club met on Wednesday, March 23 at McCoole's Arts and Entertainment Center, Quakertown. President Judy Guise welcomed the 22 members.

            To commemorate National Women's History Month, the club members were encouraged to share a short story on "The Woman I Most Admire." Costumes were optional but the members enjoyed the informative presentations.

            Club members heard about the former first Lady Laura Bush from Judy Guise,

BPW Club member Debby Mollanen  of Green 

Lane, shares a story about J.P. Morgan's personal 

librarian, Belle da Costa Greene, during the Quak-

ertown Business and Professional Women's Club

meeting on March 23.

J.P. Morgan's personal librarian Belle da Costa Greene from Debby Moilanen, Florence Nightingale from Toni Rubic, Amelia Bloomer from Sheryl Nierenberg, Jeanette Rankin from Ellen Miron, Florence Knoll from Jeanne Schlichter, and Lena Madesin Phillips from Nancy Werner.

            The Quakertown BPW will be hosting its Annual Paddle/Quarter Raffle on Sunday, April 24 at Benner Hall in Richlandtown. Cost is $10. Great prizes. Tickets can be purchased by calling 215-536-2914.

            President Guise also reminded everyone of the spring District Eleven meeting to be held on Saturday, April 9 at Caitlyn and Cody's Restaurant. Route 663 at 8 a.m. 

            Member Sheryl Nierenberg will be installed as the 2022-23 District 11 Director.

            If interested in asking about the Quakertown BPW, please contact Judy Guise at 215-536-5196.






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