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Newsletters
October 2010

March 2010

 

 

Celebrating 90+ Years of Zonta

 

Zonta Gold Star Awards, 2011

Celebrate a woman in your organization

or business who has made a differnce in the your community. We are accepting nominations for the 2011 Gold Star Awards to be held on April 2, 2011 at Sea Watch Resort. Nomination forms, and more information are available for download.

The 2nd Annual Gold Star award recipients, Dr. Deb (Walker) Breede, Renee Hall and Barbara Blain-Olds exemplify women making a difference in our communities.

If you know someone in the Coastal Carolinas whose commitment has helped improve the lives of women and girls, please contact a member of our club at info@zontamyrtlebeach.org.

 

ZONTA is a worldwide service organization of executives in business and the professions working together to advance the status of women through service and advocacy. We are a non-partisan and non-sectarian organization with ethnic and geographic diversity. Zonta International


ZONTA awards scholarships at the local, district and international level to women and girls in science, engineering, business management, and women students in committed to the volunteer sector and dedicated to the goals of Zonta; Zonta Education


ZONTA clubs are located in 67 countries. Each club provides many opportunities for networking and fellowship. Our clubs and members support our community and the world at large through service and fundraising. Find a Zonta Club


ZONTA was organized in November 1919 in Buffalo, New York. Our founder was Marion DeForest, a journalist and playwright. At a time when few women held leadership positions she conceived the idea of a strong network of women. By March of 1919, five women organized to achieve this mission and chartered the first Zonta club in Buffalo, New York. Zonta History


ZONTA Club of Myrtle Beach was chartered on February 1, 1993 to serve Myrtle Beach and the surrounding areas. We work closely with non profit agencies to help improve the status of women and girls in South Carolina. Our projects have included transportation for CASA, baskets for young mothers choosing to continue their education with the help of Horry County Outreach, helped found ECCAHT to end human trafficking in the Carolinas, sweat suits for rape victims, and local scholarships for young women.

 

Zontians work, play and laugh together. We serve, respect help, commit to praise and enjoy the success of women in your community.


Why aren’t you a Zontian?


Working Together to Improve the Lives of Women

The Zonta Club of Myrtle Beach is a service organization of executives and professionals working together to improve the lives of women both locally and internationally.

The Zonta Club of Myrtle Beach meets for dinner on the third Tuesday of each month, 6:00 PM. We invite speakers from around the community to present topics of importance to our goals and mission. Please contact us at info@zontamyrtlebeach.org for more information about our meetings and our club.

Zonta’s Principals:
· Women’s rights are human rights;
· Advancing the status of women improves the community as a whole;
· The key to change is the combination of service and advocacy; and
· International friendship encourages understanding and peace in the world.
Who Are Zontians?
· People committed to our mission
· Non-partisan and non-sectarian
· Decision makers in business and professions
· Classified for diversity
· From late 20’s to 100+


You too can be a Zontian


With your help and support we can do even more to help women and girls in Horry and Georgetown Counties


2009-2010 Member of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce

 



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