GFWC PENNSYLVANIA MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE
Toni Mangretta, Membership Chairman
372 Washington Ave., Apt. D
Oakmont, Pa 15139-1737
412-999-6935  campconny13@aol.com

                                             DISTRICT MEMBERSHIP CHAIRMAN

               NORTHEASTERN DISTRICT              SOUTHEASTERN DISTRICT
Joyce Jones 570-814-5297                          Judy Hahn 215-542-8366
471 W. Shawnee Ave.                                      805 Lewis Lane
Plymouth 18651-2006                                   Ambler 19002-5118
joyce.m.jones@live.com                                  Judehahn@aol.com

               NORTH CENTRAL DISTRICT                        SOUTH CENTRAL DISTRICT
Rose Merrill 570-246-5870                       Sue Hardenbrook 717-243-9872
838 Broadway                                            90 Buckthorn Drive
Milton, PA 17847                                        Carlisle, 17015-4303
nanarose1@ptd.net                                      Vsranch1@comcast.net

              NORTHWESTERN DISTRICT                SOUTHWESTERN DISTRICT
Carole Hoffman  814-724-2100                    Dorothy Hoffman 724-316-2104
12959 Raymond Drive                                  325 W. Water Street
Meadville 16335                                       Saxonburg 16056-9530
carole@windstream.net                                   tolebrush@aol.com

JOIN THE

G – GOLDEN    F- FORCE OF    W – WOMEN   C – COMPANY

We are a mobile society and membership in GFWC knows no geographical restrictions. Reach out to former/current GFWC members living in your hometown or nearby communities but who are not current members of your club.

 

THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX:

Local sports organizations are a great way to maximize your audience to talk about GFWC and potentially gain new members.  Look for partnering opportunities with other organizations. Make contact.  Tell them who we are, what we do for the community and how partnering can benefit both organizations.

 

GOAL STTING FOR MEMBERSHIP INCREASE:

The future of a club depends on its ability to maintain and increase its membership. Invite at least one prospective member to a meeting or club event, distribute a GFWC/club brochure to a prospective member or distribute in a place of business for clients/customers to pick it up, participate in planning a membership recruitment activity.

SCHEDULE EXTRA TIME FOR MEMBERS TO SOCIALIZE:

At the first meeting of the club year, it is always fun to find out what everyone did or went during the club’s summer break.

 

HOW ABOUT AN ICE BREAKER?

After a long summer break, introductions may be needed to help “refresh” our memories of members’ name.  Have each member introduce herself and answer a question with a “short” reply, i.e.  “Where did you go this summer?”
Or what special day you or your family celebrated this past summer.

Milestone Wedding Anniversary, a new Grand Child, a new Great Grand Child, something special in your life.

 

Again I am challenging each District to see who can Drum Up more new members thought the rest of the year.

We gained 190 new members so let’s beat that number.

Also, sponsors be sure you list your name on the New Member forms as now you are part of our band and you are in our  HORN section.

            SO LETS DRUM AND BLOW OUR HORNS FOR NEW MEMBERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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