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We are local professional women who may be employed, retired, or at home raising a family.  We meet monthly from October to May (excluding January) to socialize and listen to interesting topics by guest speakers.  We hold various fundraising events throughout the year to raise scholarship funds for Cranford residents who are seniors in High School to support their pursuit of a college education.  

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E: CranfordCollegeClub@gmail.com

P.O. Box  1677

Cranford, NJ 07016-1677

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2019-20 General Meeting Programs
All General Meetings are held at the Youth Center of the Cranford Presbyterian Church at 11 Springfield Ave, Cranford, NJ on the second Monday of the month from October thru May (excluding Jan)
Member Share    7:00 pm
Meeting               7:30 pm
Speaker approx  8:00 pm
Jazz, Pop and Rock:
The New Jersey Connection  
Oct 14, 2019
Join us for a celebration of our state’s significant contributions to American Music of the 20th Century.  Program will explore the music genres from this era and showcase New Jersey artists including iconic legends SINATRA, BASIE AND SPRINGSTEEN, as well as other numerous music talents from the SHIRELLES to the FOUR SEASONS… and many more!
Speaker: Walter Choroszewski,
NJ Photographer, Artist, Lecturer
Incorporating the Benefits of Yoga into your Life
Nov 11, 2019
The practice of Yoga originated in India over 1,000 years ago. Yoga is a Sanskrit word that means union, the union between the mind, body and spirit. We will learn about some of the physical, mental and emotional benefits of practicing Yoga, as well as breathing techniques and simple Yoga poses that can be done sitting or standing. 
Speaker: Elizabeth Armstrong, Certified Yoga Alliance Teacher 
West Africa on the East Coast
Feb 10, 2020
Explore the cultural tapestry of West Africa through centuries of art from within its 18 present day countries, especially the Benin kingdom of the Edo people. Included will be sculpture, metal work and ivories from local museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum and the Princeton University Art Museum.
Speaker:      Michael Norris, Ph. D.
Former Educator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art 
Adventures in Traffic Reporting
Mar 9, 2020
Everyday Traffic Reporters go on the air to tell listeners what they can expect as they head out to the roadways. Bernie  will tell us about some behind-the-scenes moments, both funny and terrifying. He’ll also discuss one of his newest projects: Cranford Radio. Using his broadcasting experience, Bernie created this online community service to share news and stories about the town where he grew up.
Speaker: Bernie Wagenblast,
Cranford Radio, Voice of NJ AirTrain
Brain Games
    
Apr 13, 2020
This interactive presentation discusses the important topics of brain health and our brain as our body’s “master computer” and will show how brain games help to keep the mind sharp. Learn daily maintenance activities you can do to help  keep this master organ healthy and in best working order. These practices will stimulate and exercise different parts of the brain to help increase your memory.
Speaker: Lauren Feldman, Community Health Representative for Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey.
 Bee Colonies & Honey Production      
May 11, 2020
Join Apiarist, John Garretson, and learn interesting facts about bees. Topics include a bee’s life span, their jobs in the colony, who rules the hive, honey production and more. This educational and fun program is geared toward everyone who wants to know and learn the latest buzz on bees – emphasis on honey bees.
Speaker: John Garretson, local beekeeper and owner, Garretson Financial
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