Thursday July 23 is PIZZA NIGHT at Harman's.
Many styles and fabrics to chose from.
Afghans, Table Runners, Pot Holders, Much More!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
THANKS also to those who gave generous donations in lieu of bidding on the quilt
ALL PROCEEDS GO TOWARD THE
WW 2021 Maxine Aldrich Education Merit Award Scholarships
Jody can enjoy lupines all year round with her beautiful new quilt.
Thank you Linda Finn for making and donating this artistic and cozy quilt.
Willing Worker President Betsy Fraser
presents quilt to Jody
CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU JODY!
Each summer WW plants and maintains the window boxes at the Sugar Hill Meetinghouse in memory of Edna E Glaessel. Edna served as the Treasurer for over 30 years. This summer's boxes feature an airy mixture of purples, pinks, and white.
In recognizing these outstanding graduates!
Over $3,000 Mid Year Donations
Willing Workers purchase milk from Hatchland Farm in North Haverhill for weekly deliveries to All Saint's Food Cupboard and Elevate Church, both in Littleton, and to Good Neighbor Pantry in Franconia. Program started May 12, 2020.
Donations continue to be received for this program.....which will extend the time frame of the operation.
UPDATE... donations have increased this to $2025
THANK YOU for your support!
To get the milk from the Hatchland Dairy to the food pantries.....Willing Workers instituted a weekly milk delivery programs. We're delighted to make fresh, delicious milk available to the food pantry clients.
President Betsy delivered Grocery Boxes and personally thanked donors of the Cookies for a Cause campaign. Over $1100 in donations were collected. A BIG THANK YOU TO HARMAN's CHEESE for sponsoring the program and to all of our generous donors!
Many thanks to Kathy who managed Cookies for a Cause. Members generously baked over 1000 cookies.....Kathy packaged and labeled them. Generous donors received delicious cookies and many thanks!
We thank Brenda Aldrich for sponsoring Cookies for a Cause. Her generosity inspired Willing Workers to use "cookie donations" and other funds to invest $2600 of donations into the community to aid local food efforts. As Brenda says....."little by little a river is created." We're working to make a river as we "foster a spirit of helpfulness" just as Willing Workers have done for over 100 years!
COOKIES available by donation in
Harman's Grocery Boxes on
May 6 and May 9 .
All proceeds used to address local needs.
Thank you for your support
and your donation. All cookie donations will be donated into surrounding communities in the next few weeks to help those in need.
Annually, WW donates to local food banks, meals on wheels, local charitable services.
WW has funded local scholarships
WW has provided service and support to Sugar Hill and neighboring communities for over 100 years. This is the Centennial Year of our Founding. Our normal fundraising is disrupted and we are appreciative of all donations to help fulfill our mission.
Foster a spirit of helpfulness
In 2019......donated $5,900 to 12 local causes and charitable services
Our usual fundraisers are canceled due to COVID. We appreciate your support to continue to help local charitable causes.
About 30 women from Sugar Hill and neighboring towns......
We welcome new members any time!
All Welcome - We are women from Sugar Hill and neighboring communities
Some of the ladies in fancy hats were Willing Workers c 1895. Photograph by Rev Samuel Stickney Nickerson
With today's technology, WW officers were able to go back in time and visit the 1895 congregation (and try on the fancy hats)
Please submit your recipes to Betsy for inclusion in the 2020 Willing Workers
Although the April meeting is canceled, let's find ways to stay in touch and connected
We are thrilled that we have received a generous anonymous donation. This is so appreciated during a year when fundraising may be challenging.
In recognition of the Willing Workers Society of Sugar Hill, a charitable organization that has been in existence since the 1800’s and officially founded in 1920. The Society has enriched the fabric of our community for over 100 years by providing support at countless memorials, bringing aid to those in need, contributing to charitable services, presenting education merit awards, and hosting town social events. Their mission of fostering a spirit of helpfulness makes Sugar Hill a better home for all. The Select Board of Sugar Hill hereby declares 2020 as the Centennial Year of the Willing Workers Society of Sugar Hill.”
Please join us for a festive, traditional Christmas Fair
Homemade Soups/Chili/Baked Beans
Jams and Jelllies
lots of homemade crafts by our "crafty ladies"
COME RELAX, VISIT, AND BE FILLED WITH THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT