Greenwich Pen Women

Greenwich Pen Women, a branch of the National League of American Pen Women, is a non-profit organization of women artists, writers, and musicians. We offer mutual support and exchange of ideas to encourage and inspire excellence in original creative work.

In recognition of her dedicated service, Greenwich Pen Women recently presented our former president, Joyce French, with an engraved silver picture frame and a colorful spring bouquet to thank her for ten years as Treasurer and four years as President.

More photos to enjoy from our May 19 annual meeting at Arlene Mark’s lovely home:
(Photos by member Kathy DiGiovanna.)

Roberta Seret, Ginger Heller, JoAnne Ferrara
Roberta Seret, Ginger Heller, JoAnne Ferrara
Karen Heffner, Margaret Simon, Barbara O’Shea
Karen Heffner, Margaret Simon, Barbara O’Shea

Nancy Burke, Ban White

Sally Fine, Deb Weir

GPW Members (L to R) Catherine Stahl, Jeanne DeLarm-Neri, Libby Collins, Jean Moore, and Deb Weir at the Capital Grille, Stamford, after the Barnes & Noble book launch, June 11, for Jean’s book, Water on the Moon.

Maestro Ida Angland seen conducting the Gateway Orchestra during a sound check rehearsal before a recent performance of Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony, Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto and two additional works.

whom we know as one of the founders of Greenwich’s Gateway Classical Musical Society and as the artistic director and conductor of the Gateway Orchestra, is seen here with Gino Sambuco, concertmaster. Sambuco was first violinist for 36 years with the N.Y. Philharmonic.

Reverend Joanne Swenson
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Reverend Joanne Swenson


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