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The General Federation of Women's Clubs is an international womens organization dedicated to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service.

January Meeting
6:30 p.m.

January 19, 2015

Western Security Bank
(corner of Wicks and Main)

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GFWC Billings Junior Woman’s Club Literacy Programs

Our literacy goal takes many people working together to inspire the readers of tomorrow.

“Books for Babies and You!” – Touch and Feel Board Books and information for parents are delivered daily to newborns at each of the two Billings hospitals. About 2,700 books are delivered each year. Over 18,000 books have been delivered since 2007.

“Read to Your Bunny” – A PowerPoint presentation about the importance of reading to babies and toddlers is given to parents. Each parent attending receives a book for reference and a book for their baby.

The Book Ladies –Members read & sing twice a month to children from birth to three.

Festival of Trees – Each year a tree is prepared for the Festival of Trees with children’s books.

Youth Services Library – The Youth Services library is being refurbished. Members of the Advocates for Children Committee are updating materials for the residents.

Pre School Screening – Children Ages Birth – 5 years are screened by School District #2 for hearing, vision, speech and development. Books are distributed four times a year.

ECI – Early Childhood Intervention – Children from birth to three years with hearing and/or speech problems are given a signing book called My First Signs. Sixty books were given in 2014.

Montana School for the Deaf and Blind Billings area director receives sign books to give to her students.

Holiday Parade – The club has participated in the Holiday Parade distributing books rather than candy. Over 1,700 books have been distributed in the last two years.

The Center for Children and Families, a Behavioral Health and Child Well-Being Agency serving Montana – A counselor meets with the parents while the children are in another room reading or playing with toys and puzzles. Each child receives a book after the session is finished.  

Billings Clinic Activity Bags – Children that are in the hospital more than two days are given a bag with activities like puzzles, card games, color books, coloring tools, and a book.  

Best Beginnings – Members represent BJWC at the Best Beginnings - Ready Readers Work Group






GFWC-Billings Junior Woman's Club
P.O. Box 20234
Billings, MT 59104-0234

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