The Woman's Club of Albany
United in Service to Our Community Since 1910

The Woman's Club of Albany is one of the oldest not-for-profit community organizations in the Capital District.  We donate to local organizations serving the needs of women and children, volunteer for a wide range of projects and offer opportunities for new social, professional and community connections.

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Member Monday

Monday, October 23rd

 5:30 pm  Happy Half Hour

6:00 pm Pot Luck Supper 

6:30 pm Program

Beyond the Pink

What You Really Should Know About Breast Cancer 

One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer over her lifetime.

Woman’s Club of Albany member Martha McCormick, Director of Education at To Life!, a locally based, not-for-profit organization that provides support services to breast cancer patients and survivors, will speak on  what breast cancer actually is and how it should concern us.

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Gentle Yoga Returns to the Club

Thursday Evenings at 5:45 pm

This is a less strenuous hour long transformative practice that integrates mind, body, and spirit.  Asana (postures), pranayama (breathing), and meditation will be incorporated in such a way that you’ll leave feeling rejuvenated and at peace!    This class is ideal for all students looking for a gentler, grounding experience.  Props, alignment tips, and modifications will be incorporated.

Cheryl Beckman, Instructor

For more information contact the Club

We Couldn't Have Done It Without You

Thanks to everyone who donated items or worked on this year's Garage Sale. This was so much more than a fundraiser!  Together we raised about $1,800 for The Woman's Club, no small feat given the rain, road construction and street closings around the WCA during the garage sale.

We also found great ways to expand the WCA's positive impact on the community

► Each child who came to the sale was given a free stuffed animal of his or her choice.

► Art supplies were donated to an art teacher for her classes at the Albany Public Library and to St. Anne Institute for student projects.

Grassroot Givers received items to help people in need furnish apartments.

► The Albany Damien Center received the "leftovers" to sell in its thrift store.

We always will be United in Service to our Community

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WCA Treasurer Pattie Beeler, right, presents $745 in donations to Clarice Nichols, left, Volunteer and Outreach coordinator for the Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless, as WCA board member Joann Crupi looks on. more...

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The Woman's Club of Albany

725 Madison Avenue • Albany • New York • 12208

(518) 465-3626

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