Woman’s Club of Ramsey: Making a Difference, One Project at a Time

In Woman’s Club of Ramsey, we work with friends to better our community and the world.

We support our community. For more than a century, Woman’s Club of Ramsey has helped Ramsey maintain its library, fire department, ambulance corps, parks and schools. We’re proud that we helped make Ramsey a wonderful place to live, and we’re grateful that lending a hand to people in need enriches our own lives.

Put yourself in the picture — we love to welcome new members.

We meet new friends. The Club is a group of active women from all walks of life who enjoy helping each other and their community. Our circle of friends grows as we share our talents with women with similar interests and goals.

Guy Jones of Blooming Hill Farms shared gardening tips.

We enjoy monthly meetings.  Our meetings aren’t just planning sessions — they feature local chefs, craft nights, and special talks on art, gardening, local history and other popular topics.

We look forward to summer picnics and Farmers Market fundraisers.

We fill our social calendar. We enjoy holiday parties and summer picnics, gather for luncheons and potluck dinners, and celebrate new members at installation dinners.

Members attended an April Achievement Day luncheon and swept four gold awards.

We’re proud of our achievements. We develop leadership skills and discover new paths toward self-enrichment. Personal growth is fostered at an Achievement Day luncheon recognizing outstanding creative work — handicrafts, baking, photography, art, and more. Performing Arts Day gives everyone a chance to take center stage. And, at the annual NJSFWC Convention, we celebrate the power of women working together, one project at a time, to make a difference in their towns and in the world.

The door to the Club is always open — let’s get to know each other.


Woman’s Club of Ramsey, NJSFWC of GFWC
Marjorie Detweiler, President(201) 327-1197 ramseywomansclub@verizon.net

Woman’s Club of Ramsey belongs to the Ramapo District of the New Jersey State Federation of Women’s Clubs (NJSFWC), a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC).