We support our community. We’re active women of all ages with diverse life experiences — homemakers, businesswomen, teachers, nurses, executives and retirees — who combine their skills to provide community service when and where it is needed. For more than a century, Woman’s Club of Ramsey has helped Ramsey maintain its library, fire department, ambulance corps, parks and schools.

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

We meet new friends. Our circle of friends grows as we share our talents with women with similar interests and goals. 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.

Guy Jones of Blooming Hill Farms shares gardening tips.

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 meals, and celebrate new members at a May installation luncheon.

We report on our achievements at District Council meetings.

Our summer picnic is set for July 18! We’ll be bringing our favorite dishes to our backyard get-together. Check out the Join Us menu on this website, and get in touch with us— we’ll tell you about taking part in our social events and fundraisers.

At the New Resident Mixer at the Ramsey Pool on June 11, we handed out bookmarks, flyers and application forms to invite newcomers to join the Club. There’s more info on the Join Us menu.

We kicked off our Farmers’ Market festivals on Sunday, June 2, when we served free strawberry shortcake at the Ramsey train depot. Fun fact: When the depot was built in 1868, it wasn’t meant for passengers — it was to carry “red gold,” the strawberry crop of 50,000 baskets daily, from Ramsey.

On Memorial Day we honored our veterans. As we do every year, we sent a wreath to be placed at the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Veterans Park. We’re proud that in the 1920s our Club arranged for land to be donated to create the original Bonny View Park.

Our 21st Heirloom Tomato & Veggie Plant Sale drew big crowds to the Masonic Lodge parking lot on Saturday, May 18. A big thank-you to local gardeners, who came early, chose their favorite plants, and dashed home to get their gardens started.

At our Installation Luncheon on May 16 at Mahwah Bar & Grill, Ramapo District Vice President Tina Ree installed our new Governing Committee. We were delighted to have new and prospective members join our gathering.

At a double event at Portobello’s on April 16, we reported on our 2023 fundraisers at the morning Ramapo District Spring Conference, and after lunch we applauded two of our members, who won Achievement Day awards.

We were a hit at Performing Arts Day. In March, Marjorie Detweiler explained how New Jersey women’s clubs supported our nation in times of peace and war, and we gave out copies of our “Red, White, and Blue — And You” leaflet. Marge repeated her performance at the Past Presidents’ Luncheon, and will present it at other events. All our flyers can be downloaded at the Leaflets menu on this website.

Keep bringing food to the St. Paul’s Food Pantry! In May, we’re contributing pasta and sauce. Take donations directly to Food Pantry bins at the rear of the St. Paul’s parking lot.

Woman’s Club of Ramsey, NJSFWC of GFWC
Governing Committee: Pat Bernius, Janet Klein, Linda Korsen, Tina Pellicciari, Dorothy Verdone

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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).

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