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Members of the newly installed BWC Juniorettes along with NJSFWC President, and College District VP, who officiated at the Installation Ceremony. 

Members of the newly installed BWC Juniorettes along with BWC President and Membership Chair.

Juniorettes Installation Ceremony cake displaying the BWC Juniorettes logo.

Members participated in Bridgewater Township's Earth Day "Can You Dig It?" event

held on April 20, 2024 at the Chimney Rock Park.

Members handed out seed packets with colorful brochures on selected native plants of NJ prepared by the Rutgers Master Gardeners of Somerset County Native Plant Team.

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The Bridgewater Juniorettes Club taught children how to make

"seed bombs" to take home for planting. 

BWC members assist at the Bridgeway Nursing Home's April craft project.


BWC's delicious homemade refreshments at the April craft project.


Club members place a blue/silver pinwheel "garden" in the Municipal Complex Courtyard in support of National Child Abuse Prevention Month.


Club members are presented with the Proclamation from Mayor Matthew Moench designating April 2024 as Child Abuse Prevention Month in Bridgewater.


In support of the 2024 National Day of Service, Martin Luther King Day, 10 club women joined other women's club's in sorting and inventorying items for Domestic Violence Shelters across NJ.

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After a very informative presentation on the history and process of maple sugaring, club members enjoyed a maple sugar tasting. Delicious!

Following our December general meeting, dance students from Somerset County Vocational and Technical High School performed a spectacular Christmas dance program that put everyone in the holiday spirit!!


Thirty club members attended our 2023 holiday luncheon and gift exchange. A great time was had by all!


The Arts & Culture Dept. decorates the BWC's "Herstory" tree at the Festival of Trees." 

Over 130 members and guests attended the Broadway, Bouquets, and Bonbons fundraiser.

A sample of the floral arrangements created by "The Singing Florist", John Newman during the

Broadway, Bouquets and Bonbons fundraiser.

Club members prepare for the arrival of guests for the Broadway, Bouquets and Bonbons fundrasier event

Members represent the Club at Safe+Sound fundraiser.

September is NJ Hunger Action Month. The Club collected non-perishable food, paper goods and household cleaning products totalling $686 which was donated to the Emmanuel Cancer Foundation Food Pantry to support in-need families with children battling pediatric cancer.


Our club members presented a $1,000 donation to Safe and Sound - Somerset

Photo by Roseann Ranallo

BWC Communications team working on our website

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