The Zonta Club of Brooklyn, the first club chartered in the Centennial Anniversary Biennium, celebrated Zonta’s 100th with a service project.
The USA club from District 3 unveiled a campaign called “Votes for Women,” with the goal of undertaking non-partisan voter registration drives. On Saturday, 9 November, club members set up a Zonta table at one of their local farmer’s markets.
They registered voters and informed people about Zonta, its global mission, and their local efforts. As a result, 30 voters were registered and club members spoke with a number of people who expressed interest in attending future meetings.
Club members found it to be a great way to celebrate Zonta’s mission in the past 100 years and a woman’s right to vote, and pivot Zonta toward a strong future by recruiting new members.