PWP ZONE F CONFERENCE
May 5-6, 2017
38 St. Rose Dr.
Hello everyone-- Attached is the flyer for the 2017 Zone D Conference which will be held in March in Lima, Ohio, This year's conference will be a one day only event with meetings in the morning, then a hearty lunch with workshops in the afternoon, finishing around 5 pm.
If you are the newsletter editor for your chapter please publish this. If you are a member please try to mark your calendar and join us in Lima.
Thanks, Harriet West, Zone D President
Chapter 434 spent Saturday, December 3 at the 32nd Annual Franklin County Band craft Fair In Frankfort, KY. Janet Gallinati presented to the winner of the PWP Informational Basket. Everyone had a good day networking for Parents Without Partners!!!
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We are kicking off a 30 day fundraising campaign with HIBR to raise funds and we need your help!
Studies show that sleep is one of the single most important elements to a productive day. In the nonprofit world, we need all the productivity we can get. So… since great change begins with great sleep, we are hosting a bedding fundraiser.
Our campaign will begin January 1 and we need your help to spread the word. Please use our unique URL: https://nonprofit.hibr.com/give/parentswithoutpartners/ and share with as many people as you can.
***A great tip is to tag FIVE friends on Facebook that need better sleep or will help to share with their friends.
What We Get:
HIBR is giving $75 off per mattress and $10 off per pillow when ordered through our link. They are then matching the total discounts used with a donation of equal amount. Their pillows make for a great gift – for either you or your friends and family. It’s a great time to grab them, save a little money and help us reach our goals. Check out what Maxim said about the HIBR Pillow recently.
Our goal is to raise $1,000 in 30 days – we can do that with just 10 mattresses and 25 pillows!
Fundraisers that support our efforts while also supporting companies like HIBR (Headquartered in Greenville, SC and 100% American Made) that care about supporting the community is a win-win for all of us.
Let’s have some fundraising fun, raise some money, and get some better sleep!
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Dear Parents without Partners,
My name is Kristin Celello. I am a history professor at Queens College and author of Making Marriage Work: A History of Marriage and Divorce in the Twentieth-Century United States. I am now working a book about the history of the post-divorce family in the U.S. and I have become very interested in the early history of Parents without Partners as part of this larger project.
At the suggestion of Janet Gallinati, I was wondering if any of you had historical materials--correspondence, minutes, photographs, news clippings, early newsletters etc.—that you would be willing to share with me? I am particularly interested in the earliest years of the organization (1956-1965 or so). I will gladly take care of any expenses related to copying/mailing such materials. I am also willing to share materials that I have collected from various archival sources. Also, if anyone was a member in those early years and would be willing to give me an interview, I would be happy to set one up.
Thank you in advance for your time and help. My e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Associate Professor of History
Queens College, CUNY
Women of Worth
I wanted to send a huge thank you to the Parents Without Partners organization. Women of Worth program is truly grateful for your kind thoughts and generosity to our program. It was truly delightful meeting everyone last week. I was honored to speak and share my story with you. This program is so blessed in so many ways because people like you.
I truly hope the Parents Without Partners organization can come out on November 11th to the 2nd annual Women of Worth Conference here in Louisville. Once it gets closer to the date I will send out more information on the conference.
At this time, I just wanted to say thank you again and express how thankful and blessed I am for this wonderful opportunity.
I hope I get to see you again.
Have a wonderful day and May God bless you all.
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