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    Welcome to the Newcomers Club of Greater Huntsville. We are a friendly, vibrant, fun-loving women's organization. Most of us are Huntsville or Madison residents, but we have members from as far west as Athens and as far north as the Tennessee border. The club offers you an opportunity to make lasting friendships while learning about northern Alabama. There is at least one activity every week — anything from casual luncheon potlucks to all-day bridge sessions to area tours. Check out our Facebook Page.   Click here to view our history page.

    The Newcomers Club is non-sectarian, non-political, and non-commercial. If you have moved to the area within the last three years, you are eligible to join. Want more information on membership? Click here.

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Along These Lines

No Lollygagging – October 9th is our 35th Birthday Party!

     No lollygagging, women of NCGH – It's time to sign up now for our 35th
Birthday Party on Friday, October 9th, from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
at the
beautiful Weeden House Museum and Garden in downtown Huntsville! Come
and join this joyful celebration of who we are! Reservation deadline is
Tuesday, October 6th.
Let's have fun together!

2015 – 2016 Non-Profit Support – Crisis Services of North Alabama (CSNA)

Each year, NCGH nominates a local non-profit for our members to individually support at our Holiday Dinner Dance. This tradition has been very successful, and, over the years, members have contributed generously to various local charitable organizations.

This year, to honor our 35 years, the Board wishes to offer members the opportunity to support a community organization, not only at our Annual Holiday Party, but also throughout the year. Board members anonymously submitted and, through a closed ballot, voted on a range of local non-profits. We are very happy to announce that Crisis Services of North Alabama (CSNA) is the winner.

CSNA's mission is to respond to individuals and families in crisis. CSNA gives hope and a practical way forward towards self-empowerment to those affected by domestic violence and abuse. CSNA provides an emergency shelter and transitional housing; it runs a 24-hour crisis line and a 211 comprehensive services information line; and it educates and provides outreach through four local counties.

At our November 3rd Coffee Meeting, Becky Cecil, CSNA Development Manager, will be our guest speaker. To get the ball rolling, tune in October through December for fun ways to participate in meaningful activities to support CSNA. And keep your eyes and ears open for ways to financially support CSNA.

Let's make our 35th year more special! Let's share with and support a wonderful, local non-profit organization – CSNA! No lollygagging!

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