Welcome to Area IV

Area IV Eastern Massachusetts & Rhode Island

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Director: Area IV - Eastern MA & RI ~ Joanne Puopolo
Zonta Club of Malden, MA USA
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Greetings!  Our Area covers Eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island

I joined the Zonta Club of Malden in 2006 because membership would allow me the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of women and girls on a local and international level.  I have held the positions of Club President (2012 – 2014), Vice President, Treasurer, Scholarship Chair, Membership Chair.  I’ve also served as the Public Relations Chair for the District from 2010 - 2014.  

I am passionate about this organization; making a difference; and I am excited about being able to continue to work toward fulfilling Zonta International’s goals at the district level and the direction in which the organization is moving. I will continue to utilize social media in our work toward fulfilling Zonta International’s goals for the coming biennium.

This is an exciting time for Zonta; we have a lot planned for this biennium; including service projects and educational programs benefiting women, girls and communities around the globe.  Join Zonta International as a member, and become part of a group of more than 30,000 individuals who are working together to change the lives of women and girls in their local communities and around the world. Each member of Zonta International belongs to a club that typically holds meetings once per month.  From monthly meetings, clubs plan and conduct service and advocacy projects to improve women’s lives in a variety of ways.

Learn more about who we are and what we do by exploring our website. If Zonta interests you, we’d love to hear from you!

What is Zonta?
Zonta International is a worldwide organization of executives in business and the professions working together to advance the status of women.

What are some of the Zonta International service projects?

Zonta International supports and administrates several different international service projects and/or programs Each biennium Zonta International sponsors international programs in association with agencies of the United Nations that work to advance the status of women. Most of the programs are in developing nations and are selected by the Zonta International Board and approved by the Zonta International membership. To learn more about Zonta International's International Service Projects for the current and past bienniums visit the Zonta International Web Site - the link is at the top of the page.

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Zonta Club of Medford, MA USA

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District 1   Area IV   Charter 0303  June 1953
Laurie McCadden, President
Lucille Rexroad, Treasurer

Meetings:  2nd Tuesday of the month at the Lawrence Memorial Hospital

Email: medford @ zontadistrict1.org

Here you will find the location and club meeting information, the history of the club and the local service projects members have taken on.  Explore the newsletter and/or info about coming events.  See if any of the board members are people you already know.  Speak with the Contact person listed and ask to attend a meeting.  Network with the members and see if this might be a good fit.

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Zonta Club of Malden, MA USA

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District 1   Area IV   Charter 0062  February 1929

Lisa Jacobson, President
Laura Hodgin, Treasurer

Meetings:  1st & 3rd Thursday of the month at Anthony's Restaurant

Email: maldenzonta @ zontadistrict1.org

Here you will find the location and club meeting information, the history of the club and the local service projects members have taken on.  Explore the newsletter and/or info about coming events.  See if any of the board members are people you already know.  Speak with the Contact person listed and ask to attend a meeting.  Network with the members and see if this might be a good fit.

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Zonta Club of Chelsea, MA USA

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District 1   Area IV   Charter 0958   May 1981

Bonnie Fishman, President
Elizabeth Fama, Treasurer

Meetings:  3rd Thursday of the month at The Wyntham, Chelsea

Email: chelseazonta @ zontadistrict1.org

Here you will find the location and club meeting information, the history of the club and the local service projects members have taken on.  Explore the newsletter and/or info about coming events.  See if any of the board members are people you already know.  Speak with the Contact person listed and ask to attend a meeting.  Network with the members and see if this might be a good fit.

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Zonta Club of Arlington, MA USA

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District 1   Area IV   Charter 0113    January 1931

Phyllis Sharon, President
Genevieve Martin, Treasurer

Meetings:  2nd Thursday of the month at various locations

Email: arlington @ zontadistrict1.org

Here you will find the location and club meeting information, the history of the club and the local service projects members have taken on.  Explore the newsletter and/or info about coming events.  See if any of the board members are people you already know.  Speak with the Contact person listed and ask to attend a meeting.  Network with the members and see if this might be a good fit.

   

Zonta Club of West Suburban Boston, MA USA

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District 1   Area IV   Charter 1669  June 2000

Sandra Gannon, President
Helen Lawrence-Stewart, Treasurer

Meetings: 1st Thursday of the month at Verona Restaurant in Watertown

Email: zontaofwestboston @ yahoo.com

Here you will find the location and club meeting information, the history of the club and the local service projects members have taken on.  Explore the newsletter and/or info about coming events.  See if any of the board members are people you already know.  Speak with the Contact person listed and ask to attend a meeting.  Network with the members and see if this might be a good fit.

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