Own your own "Village Road" by Fern Coppedge!
The Kalmia Club is happy to share their Fern Coppedge painting "Village Road" as prints on canvas. Click here for order information.
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The Kalmia Club is one of the oldest continuously running women's clubs in the state of New Jersey. We invite you to browse our site and read about our history, our past events and the programs we offer today.
The New Jersey State Federation of Women's Clubs, the largest volunteer women's service organization in the state and a member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, provides opportunities for education, leadership training and community service through participation in local clubs, enabling members to make a difference in the lives of others, one project at a time.
The Kalmia Club is an organization of women whose mission is to enhance personal growth and friendship through social, educational, cultural and civic programs; improve the community through effective volunteer action; and maintain, restore and preserve the historic Kalmia clubhouse and archives of the Club.
Through the actions of its members, The Kalmia Club strengthens itself and local communities by embracing diverse perspectives, building partnerships and inspiring shared solutions.
Our theme is "Unity in Diversity". Our club flower is the Kalmia Latifolia and the club colors are pink and green. Please browse through our site to discover more about The Kalmia Club!
Watch our 100th Anniversary commemorative video created by Mrs. Deiley's U.S. History Class of 2010! Click here to watch the video!
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