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The Greensboro Newcomers Club has been welcoming people to our community since 1954!  

If you recently moved to the Greensboro area within the last 2 years, or experienced a life change in the last 2 years, we invite you to join in and find a warm welcome waiting for you!



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Author, Author!   Come on out June 2nd to the historic Weir-Jordan House on Edgeworth Street to meet and speak with 4 local authors.  A delicious lunch will be served by Savory Street Catering. Time is 11:00-2:00pm.  Make your reservations here! 

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Our club's 68th Birthday was celebrated at Cafe Pasta with great food, wonderful company and a balloon pop for special prizes! Pictures here!

The Volunteer Interest Group is back in action! Here, they packed books for ages 0-2 at the Backpack Beginnings Warehouse on Alliance Drive, in April. From there, they moved on to pack bags of food for children in need.

The Meet and Mingle March 10th Mardi Gras celebration was a fun way to meet with other members and enjoy delicious food!

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Meet and Mingle met up at Weatherspoon Gallery for a great time February 9th!  It was a beautiful day for gathering outside before going into the gallery to view the works of the artists and sculptors on view.

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The  Holiday Party at Starmount Country Club was wonderful!  Click here for pics!  

On November 18th our members enjoyed a delicious lunch and Ugly Sweater contest and collected for Toys for Tots at Café Pasta!  Click to see photos from this fun event!  

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Meet and Mingle met at Double Oaks Bed and Breakfast November 17th.  About 20 members had a wonderful time touring the lovely Inn, and meeting with the Artist in Residence, Scott Nealy.  

Thank you to the many members of Newcomer's Club who donated much needed items for Afghan refugees in our area.  Many thanks to Anne Carlson for organizing the collection of household goods. It was much appreciated.

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