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Letter: Marking 100 years of the Gloucester Woman’s Club

Editor, Gazette Journal:

The Gloucester Woman’s Club is happy to announce that its 100th Year Anniversary Celebration is in full swing! A large banner has been hung on the front of Edge Hill House to commemorate the event. Our club was officially organized and had its first board meeting at the colonial courthouse on March 29, 1913, thus the timing of our celebration. Diligent planning and research, along with several fundraisers, have been done, with more to come. We have worked closely with our neighbors, The Fairfield Foundation, as we plan this special year.

The club’s first public event (in April) was the presentation by Bill Lawrence of his newest book, "The History of Edge Hill House, Home of the Gloucester Woman’s Club." It was printed by the Gazette-Journal, and is available for purchase at the Gloucester Museum of History, the Gloucester Visitor’s Center and at Edge Hill House. Our club members will celebrate privately with former and potential m...

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