Welcome to our club page!! Share your enthusiasm, ideas, talents, and friendship! Woman’s Clubs  are constantly adapting to today’s world. We have many interest areas and numerous self-contained programs.    Woman of all ages, from all across Gloucester County,  help with our volunteer efforts and enjoy the camaraderie of our friendly club. As always, members help with events that they have time for and an interest in and are free to step back when their work or family life is at a busy time.  Our members have diverse backgrounds and unique interests.  Have an idea? Bring it to one of our meetings and we can help make it a reality. Come join our group for the opportunity to grow, learn and make new friendships! 

Mailing Address: PO Box 138, Sewell, NJ 08080

Meetings are generally held on the second Thursday of the month at the Mantua Community Center at 111 Mercer Street in Sewell, NJ.

Clothing Drive August 5th – Washington Township High School

Gloucester County Women’s Club recently had a Rada Cutlery fundraiser, Our club uses all proceeds to help local families in need. THANK YOU for supporting our fundraiser!


Congratulations to our Garden District Spelling Bee contestant from Pleasant Valley School. Dara Onibonoje will move on the State Spelling Bee. Since 1989, local clubs in the New Jersey State Federation of Women’s Clubs (NJSFWC) have sponsored spelling bees for 4th and 5th graders. Winners from the District Spelling Bee compete in the State Spelling Bee at NJSFWC Headquarters in New Brunswick, NJ.

Clothing Drive

New Date for the Clothing Drive – August 5th, Washington Township High School

Congratulations to the club for winning two third place NJSFWC State awards at Convention 2018!

Congratulations to Patricia Dahl for being elected Garden District Vice President.

Paint & Sip Fundraiser

At the April installation dinner, we recognized
Lena Marroletti as Member of the Year,
as voted on by the membership at the March meeting. We also recognized
Mary Schneider with our Heart to Work Award,
as chosen by the President and Membership team.
Thanks to Lena, Mary, and ALL of our members for a terrific club year!

2018-19 Club Officers

President: Patti Stetser
Treasurer: Stacey Bucci
Secretary: Lena Marroletti
Federation: Mary Ann Ragone
VP Ways & Means: Karel Black
VP Membership: Debbie Kain

Backpacks full of supplies were purchased, assembled and dropped off at local schools by clubwomen this August. Thomas Jefferson, Wenonah, Pleasant Valley, Harrison, and Bankbridge each received backpacks stuffed with school supplies.

Mantua Mayor Peter Scirrotto Proclaims April “Child Abuse Prevention Month” and awards GloCo Woman’s Club members Debra Kain, Joanne West, and Gail Shast a township proclamation. GCWC will plant several pinwheel gardens in Mantua, Wenonah, and Washington Township to spread domestic violence awareness.IMG_0668

Mary planned and led a very productive night at Mothers Matter.  With the help of Beth, Betty, Gail, Jill, and Lara, we will able to put together 80 bags in 2 hours time.  They were very impressed with our work.  Thanks, ladies!

Each bag had about 12-15 items (all items are color coordinated).  They set up stations for us to bag the items and later on, we all got creative and made up our own color coordinated bags. 

A chance to win all of these gift cards was just $1.

Club women shopped for prepared, and served a homemade chicken dinner at Ronald McDonald House in Camden this January.mcd

The club also donated 6 Party Bagconsisting a tableclotwith matching plates and napkinsfavors and a cake mix with icing. Two bags were designated for older children (one boy and one girl) and the other four were themed Batman and Captain America for the boys and My Little Pony and Shopkins for the girls.

2016-17 Club Officers

President: Karel Black
Treasurer: Anne Groch
Secretary: Tara Pridy
Federation: Gail Shast
VP Ways & Means: Pam Schurgot & Lisa Weiss
VP Membership: Joanne West & Patti Stetser

Paint and Sip November 5, 2016, at Mantua Wrestling building

What fun!

Our Paint & Sip was a great success. Funds will be used to provide backpacks and school supplies to families in need in our community. Thank you!

April  2016 Ceres Park Clean up 

Many thanks to the Boy Scouts who helped us clean up Ceres Park, Mantua.



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