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NAR Peace Garden

The NAR Peace Garden in Memory of Victims of Domestic Violence

Have you “liked” the NAR Peace Garden page on Facebook?  If not, go do it!  It’s the best way to stay informed of what’s going on there, and to see the latest pictures from the garden. Here is the name of the Facebook page for the NAR peace garden:  “NAR Soroptimist Peace Garden in Memory of Victims of Domestic Violence”.


Welcome! SIBC is ready to start our 2022-2023 club year. Our first general meeting is set to start at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 20, at the Butler YMCA. Please join us as we forge friendships while working to help disadvantaged women and girls get a chance to live their dreams.

During the month of June the Soroptimists of the Central Jersey Coast held a raffle for Period Poverty. Through your generosity we raised over $500. Our club purchased feminine hygiene products. Today we donated the supplies to Carly Cohen, Associate Campus Minister at the Georgian Court University Student Food Pantry. This pantry supplies food & personal care products to students in need. Currently their biggest need is laundry detergent. Please message us if you would like to donate.

SI Cape May 6 Soroptimists Stronger! Congratulations!!

SILBI Director Kathy Picarello (center) brought a donation to St Francis Sexual Assault Program and St Francis Counseling Service. Accepting the donation is (left) Wendy Saunders and (right) Danielle Dunn

President Catherine Forman held a personal Touchstone Jewelry fundraiser to benefit Soroptimist International of Fayette County. She recently presented a check for $351 to Treasurer Sally Dobek. Thanks Catherine!


On Saturday, June 18th, the Soroptimist International Club of Pottstown dedicated a Sweet Bay Magnolia tree at Ellis Woods Park in memory of two very special Soroptimists: Rose Miller, a 34 year member and Anne Sage a 24 year member. These women loved improving the lives of local women and girls by helping with the many projects and fund-raising events for SI of Pottstown over the years. Rose was also the township supervisor and commissioner of East Coventry while Anne worked with the Parks and Recreation Department. As this tree grows through the years, memories of Rose and Anne will always be with us. They are both deeply missed. ♡
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