Zonta Club of Brooklyn honors Zonta’s Centennial Anniversary with campaign to register female voters

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.

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