P.O. Box 254, Wadsworth, OH 44282
Wadsworth Newcomer's Club is an organization of women in the Wadsworth, Ohio and surrounding area. Membership is open to area women over the age of 18 years old.
Since 1952, our purpose has remained to extend a friendly and neighborly helping hand to all newcomers by introducing them to others like themselves and helping them to become involved in the civic, social, and moral welfare of the community.
For 34 years, we were known as The Welcome Wagon, but in May, 1986, our membership voted to become incorporated. We emerged as an autonomous nonprofit organization called Wadsworth Newcomers Club.
Our mascot, the pineapple, is a symbol of friendship, which we extend to all members of the Wadsworth, Ohio community. We invite all residents, old and new, to join us in strengthening our community ties and helping our neighbors in need.
Whether you are new to the community, or are a long-time resident, Wadsworth Newcomers Club is a great way to meet other women and perform charity work for the community.
We get together as friends for social events throughout the year and help to promote charitable activities that benefit our community. We accomplish this through monthly meetings, get-acquainted coffees, activity groups and socials. Each year we complete at least one charitable, humanitarian, or social welfare project. Past projects have included Meals on Wheels and our annual craft show, The Carrousel of Crafts.