The Junior Women’s Community Club of Narberth is a terrific way to meet other women from Narberth and the surrounding area and also serve our community.
Feel free to browse our site to learn more about the club. Or even better, come meet us in person at our next meeting, in the "Girl Scout" room within the Narberth Library!
Thanks to those that supported our Eldernet drive for Thanksgiving! And it was great to see so many of you at the Progressive Dinner in December!
Pay your membership dues here
$41 for one year, plus $2 handling fee.
January Meeting now on Thursday Jan 16 - but worth the wait!
Our speakers will be Gwenn Nolan, from Mother Compost and Dylan Baird, founder of Philly Foodworks!
We'll talk about how to truly 'buy local' and support farms in our area, and then how to dispose of the waste in a sustainable way!
More about our speakers this month:
Mother Compost is a Main Line based compost materials pick-up service that facilitates a simple solution to turn household waste into fertilizer. Their mission is to empower families to make sustainable choices without having to commit extra time and energy. Gwenn will answer questions about how composting works, both at home and on a commercial scale.
Philly Foodworks is an online market and delivery system for local food, working with over 150 producers to navigate the local supply chain and make their food accessible within the entire Philadelphia Metro region. Dylan will talk about some of the successes and failures of Philly Foodworks as they innovate to increase both the supply of local food and the efficiency within the local food supply chain, as well as the importance of relationship building and trust within the food system they have created and how at a fundamental level the values of community are essential in building an equitable food system for our region.