This evening, from 5:30 – 7pm is a very important meeting for us that all Girls Inc. members, alumni and supporters are welcome to attend.
The pertinent issue to be discussed at today’s meeting is a recent development regarding the Girls Inc. of Greater Waterbury property on 35 Park Place. The property has become available for sale and we have submitted a bid to purchase it.
Thank you for supporting our mission as we inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.
Building on a program that was the cornerstone of the Waterbury Girls Club for nearly 100 years, Girls Inc. of Greater Waterbury is re-launching their sewing & fashion design program in a huge way! Partnering with Suzanne Rae, a Brooklyn-based women’s ready-to-wear line designer, Girls Inc. is offering the Girls of Greater Waterbury the opportunity to learn a basic life skill, while combining the contemporary designs of today with the self- expression that design and sewing offers.
The program, supported in large part by the Connecticut Community Foundation, kicks off on October 4 and will run for the duration of the school year. Split into three sessions, girls will start off with basic sewing, progress to pattern creation and finish with their own unique design and creation. The program will conclude with a full fashion show, complete with local judges and prizes. Along the way, girls will visit the heart of the Garment District with trips to NY.
Not only lending her name and talent to this program, Suzanne brings a social awareness of clothing for today’s girls and women, her styles and celebration of uniqueness, align perfectly with the Girls Inc. mission of inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Space is limited to 10 girls and the sessions are progressive. Registration will open on September 8th and close when the session is full.
Suzanne Rae is a Brooklyn-based women’s ready-to-wear line inspired by and made for the progressive and modern woman. Both feminine and feminist in philosophy, the pieces are minimalist in aesthetic and relevant in functionality. With social awareness
and sustainability as a part of our foundation, we always apply a careful consciousness while creating clothing for the gentlewoman. Suzanne Rae Pelaez lives and designs out of Brooklyn.
Girls Inc. of Greater Waterbury Summer Camp had Waterbury Police Department Crime Scene Technician’s Danielle Swalya and Carmen Woodkirk visit on Wednesday, 7/16. Technicians set up a mock crime scene and taught the girls how to dust for finger prints and to photograph the evidence. They even got a tour of the CSI Vehicle.
Girls Inc. offers Karate under the Girls Inc. National Program, Project Bold, every Thursday from 6PM-7PM at 35 Park Place in Waterbury. Cheezic’s goal is to teach self-respect and respect for others through the study and practice of Tang Soo Do. For more information about the Girls Inc. Karate program or any other program please call #203-756-4639 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.