Talbot County Women's Club gives to those in need

Members of Talbot County Women’s Club stand with gift baskets for Upper Shore Aging. From left: club members Stacy Ewing, BettyJo Constantino, Mary Sellers and Nancy Lutes.

EASTON — The Talbot County Women’s Club gave much needed Christmas cheer by providing gift baskets to residents of Upper Shore Aging. Nineteen seasonal baskets were delivered for those in need over the holidays.

“As an organization, our mission is to support the community and help those in need in Talbot County,” said BettyJo Constantino, board member of the Talbot County Women’s Club. “This type of community service is exactly what made me want to join the women’s club. I couldn’t be happier to help those in need, especially around the holiday season.”

Upper Shore Aging dispersed the baskets at its Port Street location.

A registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit, the Talbot County Women’s Club was established in 1930 by a small group of Easton women joining together to serve the community through charitable initiatives.

The club continues to expand that tradition of giving, with charitable work at the heart of everything the Women’s Club does. Members are guided by the Club’s four objectives, which are to support many local, worthwhile causes through a number of service projects; to build deep friendships amongst members and develop a deep sense of pride for the club; to create a common interest in charitable, educational, civic, moral, and social measures; and to maintain a center for the Club’s activities.

For more information on the club, call 410-310-8919 or visit www.talbotcountywomens club.org.

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