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Greater Attleboro Women of Today General Meeting
The United States Women of Today, are dedicated to serving our community and nation, are committed to strengthening our individual talents, and stand united by our friendship and belief in the future. Our focus is on community, personal enrichment, team building and leadership development.
The Greater Attleboro Women of Today was formed in January 2003. Since its inception Greater Attleboro Women of Today has been active in the community on many different levels. It is one of six chapters in the Massachusetts Women of Today organization, and one of 200 chapters in the United States Women of Today.
New members always welcome!
We meet the 4th Thursday of every month @ 6:30pm @ The Attleboro Public Library.
More About Attleboro Public Library
The Attleboro Public Library is more than a historic building with an 80,000 collection. The library, first opened in 1907 with an endowment and donated land from Joseph L. Sweet, is a place for the community to participate in children's programs, access the Internet and be part of a city-wide reading program. It is a place for patrons to listen to audio books, read old periodicals and receive homework help. The library hosts story time for children ages infant to 18 months, training and development courses, chess clubs and multiple sclerosis support groups.