The Thiensville-Mequon Newcomers Club celebrated its 50th anniversary on Saturday, November 13, 2010. A luncheon, attended by 50 women, was held at the NSB Bar and Grill. The Newcomers Club has been welcoming women and their families to southern Ozaukee county for half a century. Over 60 women have served as club president. The Club has expanded its mission in recent years to include newcomers to Cedarburg, Grafton and Port Washington in addition to those moving into Thiensville and Mequon. Also, women entering a new phase of their lives, such as retirement or the empty nest, are encouraged to get involved in club activities. Newcomers Club sponsors bridge groups, Mah Jongg, a book group, luncheons, opportunities to explore the Milwaukee Metropolitan area, and couples activities. This event celebrated the impact that Newcomers Club has had and continues to have on lives in this community.
For information on Newcomers Club, contact Mary Lou Harris 262-377-7706.
Photo of four past presidents and the current president of the T-M Newcomers Club of Southern Ozaukee county: Front Row--Gael Romoser, Martha Simmons; Back Row--Ellen Edelstein, Linda Maly, Alice Kuramoto
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