Welcome


Welcome to the CFUW North Bay website.  By using the links at the top of the page, you can find information about and links to international, national and provincial organizations and publications (About CFUW), as well as information about our North Bay club, founded in 1941.

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September Notes

Next month we celebrate CFUW North Bay's 75th anniversary with a buffet dinner at the North Bay Golf and Country Club.  The reception starts at 5:30 p.m. and dinner is at 6:00.  Members received their invitations on September 21. The email also included information about payment ($50 by October 11), the menu, and the entertainment.  If you did not receive this email, click here

To read Brenda Robertson’s report on the GWI Triennial Conference in Cape Town she attended in August, click here.

For more photos of Christmas in July, which raised $248, and other 2015-16 events, click here.

To read our newsletters, click here.

In January CFUW North Bay began celebrating its 75th anniversary.  For photos, click here. For more information about our 75th anniversary celebrations and glimpses into our club’s history, click here.

To send a message to our club, email cfuwnorthbay@gmail.com

Guest speaker Terryl Ryan demonstrates how to tie scarves at the September meeting (above left).  Guests are welcomed and introduced (above right).  Below: members of the executive who attended the September meeting.  To see more photos of the September meeting, click here.

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Our Purpose

  • The pursuit of knowledge


  • The promotion of education


  • The improvement of the status of women and human rights


Activities

  • Monthly general meetings


  • Interest groups, which meet monthly in members’ homes


  • Active participation in public affairs


Action

  • Awarding scholarships and bursaries for women students in North Bay (click here for details)


  • Lobbying both federal and provincial governments about our policies on education, the status of women, human rights, and the quality of life


  • Researching issues of concern to members and preparing resolutions for consideration at the CFUW National Annual General Meeting


  • Supporting the Transition House and two schools in Tanzania


  • Participating as a club in community events (for more details check the information listed under Community Service)


To learn more about CFUW North Bay’s activities, click on the Community Service tab at the top of this page.  To read our constitution, click here.  To read detailed job descriptions of members holding executive positions mentioned in the constitution, click here.