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The Woman’s Club of Riverhead 100 Years in Retrospect Established in 1912 Many first’s have been established here...
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P.O. Box 1501, Riverhead, NY 11901

631-320-8727

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The Woman’s Club of Riverhead was formed Oct. 9, 1912 and continues to be an active organization as of today, 100 years later. At this time one purpose is to conduct a scholarship program to aid High School Seniors with their college expenses.  Each year the Woman’s Club awards four, $1000.00 Scholarships to recipients in the areas of: music, art, education and science. The Woman’s Club is also very involved with many endeavors including donations to: Suffolk County Historical Society East End Arts Council N.Y. State Federation Student Aid Fund, etc. Hallockville, Inc. The Woman’s Club of Riverhead is proud of having formulated the establishment of: The Riverhead Free Library The Red Cross Unit First School Nurse Program Work of the Industrial Home for the Blind Riverhead First Kindergarten Program The Woman’s Club of Riverhead has also been involved in many other programs in the Community. Our commitment has kept this club going for 100 years; and hopefully, we will take The Woman’s Club of Riverhead through the next 100 years. Respectfully, Sandra J. Reeve, President