WHAT: 17th Annual Touch-A-Truck
WHERE: Sandwich High School, 365 Quaker Meetinghouse Road, East Sandwich, MA 02537
WHEN: Sunday, June 5th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Rain Date: June 12th)
WHO: Children and their parents will be able to touch, sit in, climb on, and learn about unique trucks and vehicles.
COST: $5.00 per child; adults are FREE.
TRUCKS AND VEHICLES: This year’s participants will include construction equipment, emergency vehicles, a school bus, the book mobile, and a “Roamin’ Railroad” to tour the entire event, among many, many more.
CHILDREN’S FAIR: Fair will feature face painting, live animals, music and dance performances, a candy drop, and more!
TRUCK STOP CAFÉ: Enjoy a moment to sit down for lunch, snacks and beverages, all available to purchase at our infamous “Truck Stop Cafe.”
The SANDWICH WOMEN’S CLUB INVITES YOU to a CLOTHING SWAP PARTY
Thursday, May 19, 2016
5:00 – 8:00 PM
Diesel and LuLu’s
383 Route 6A
East Sandwich, MA 02537
How it works:
Bring your NEW or GENTLY USED ITEMS in GOOD REPAIR to swap for something “New to You”. Jackets, Blouses, Pants and Dresses should be on hangers.
Clothing, Bathing Suits, Accessories, Shoes and Jewelry are acceptable. No lingerie, stained or damaged items, please.
Women’s Items Only. No Children’s or Men’s items will be accepted.
Dressing Room space is limited so please dress accordingly if you are planning to try items on.
In the spirit of the Girls Helping Girls. Period. Campaign, please bring a donation of a personal care product to help the clients of the Emerson House Substance Abuse Treatment Center in West Falmouth.
Fun refreshments will be served!
The Sandwich Women’s Club is pleased to announce that guest speaker; Janell Hofmann, will discuss Modern Day Slavery and Human Trafficking at their May Meeting. Please join them for an insightful and enlightening evening. The event will be held on Monday, May 16 at the Daniel Webster Inn in downtown Sandwich from 7:00 – 9:00 PM.
Janell Burley Hofmann is a long time volunteer and advocate for survivors and those at risk of human trafficking. Janell has participated in two service trips to Calcutta, India with Made By Survivors, began her blogging career with them and believes in the MBS mission to empower and impact change for girls and women through job training and education. For more information on Janell visit www.janellburleyhofmann.com and to purchase products, sponsor a child or donate to MBS visitwww.madebysurvivors.com.
Interested community members, current and prospective Sandwich Women’s Club members are encouraged to attend and bring a friend. For more information, please visit the Sandwich Women’s Club website at http://www.sandwichwomensclub.org/ Space is limited, so reserve your seat by emailing the Club at email@example.com.
The Sandwich Women’s Club is hosting a Flower Power Fundraiser and would like to invite you to follow this link www.flowerpowerfundraising.com to hundreds of beautiful bulbs and flowers you can order. The club gets 50% of the total orders and the funds are going to the Sandwich Women’s Club year end donations of 2016. Please help us met our goal of raising over $500.00 by placing an order today!
Go to: www.flowerpowerfundraising.com
once on the web site go to the upper right corner and click FIND A GROUP
Fill in the following information:
Go on to: flowerpowerfundraiser.com
Then go to (top of page) Find A Group
Type: Sandwich Women’s Club
Under this information there will SWC’s name in blue click on this link. It will take you to SWC fundraising site and follow the prompts and place your order. The orders will ship directly to your home for a fee of $5.00.
Sandwich Women’s Club Explores CROSS COUNTRY TRAIN TRAVEL with author Lisa Bates at March Meeting
The Sandwich Women’s Club is pleased to announce that guest speaker; author Lisa Bates will discuss Cross Country Train Travel at their March Meeting. Please join them for an insightful and enlightening evening. The event will be held on Monday, March 21 at the Daniel Webster Inn in downtown Sandwich from 7:00 – 9:00 PM.
Hear firsthand the ins and outs of train travel, what to expect, where to go, who should go, and how to plan your own excursion.
Organizing and educational expert, Lisa Bates works with families, schools and organizations to promote “living better.”
Visit her website www.lblivingbetter.com to learn more.
Interested community members, current and prospective Sandwich Women’s Club members are encouraged to attend and bring a friend. Space is limited, so reserve your seat by emailing the Club at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sandwich Women’s Club makes a difference in the community every day. Founded in 1970, the Sandwich Women’s Club is a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs – the largest international organization of volunteer women.
Our thanks to all who bought tickets!
Proceeds from the tea will benefit literacy and education programs in Sandwich.
Guests at last year’s American Girl Holiday Tea Party included (from left) Sandwich residents Bella DiGiacomo, Casey Egan, and Callie Kent. (Credit: Sandwich Enterprise)