The Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake
Women’s Club
GFWC

                                           1949-2016                                                 

 

            The BHBL Women’s Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to making the community a more desirable place to live.  The club welcomes any area woman 18 years of age or older who would like to join us.  The club meets at the Burnt Hills United Methodist Church on Route 50 at noon on the 2nd Monday of each month, September to June.

 

2016 Burnt Hills Flag Day Parade

Olga Stryjski leads the way as the
BH-BL women's Club honors our country's flag in the Burnt Hills Flag Day Parade

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Service Projects 
      
The club provides scholarships for high school seniors;
contests for students and adults covering awards for excellence in art, crafts, and creative writing at the district and state levels,

an annual music award and an art contest scholarship.

We donate to charitable organizations and actively participate in various community functions.
 
Community Improvement Projects   
   
 Support for the community library—donating books, raising money for special library needs, helping with the annual book sale
 
Accomplishments       
 Promoted the establishment of a library
 
 Promoted the installation of a traffic light at Kingsley Rd. and Lakehill Rd.

Instrumental in the building of our town hall and donated art to decorate it.

Published history of the Town of Ballston, "Ye Olde Days"
Supported youth activities, including the Hugh O’Brien youth Leadership annual seminar

 
 

      Nancy Heath Announces the winner of the 2016 Women's Club Scholarship at the Burnt Hills Ballston Lake High School Honors Night

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