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Education & Libraries

Our Mission

GFWC promotes education in both children and adults. We aim to help others while we also continue to learn. Projects in the Education and Libraries CSP are designed to foster schools and other educational institutions and opportunities and promote literacy, libraries, and the love of a good book.​


Salem Area Women's Club Spotlights Education & Libraries Committee At the March 5 General Meeting, Salem Area Women's Club Spotlighted the Education & Libraries Committee. Co-Chair Darlene Danielle reviewed the activities that the Committee has been working on and then treated the members to a wonderful presentation by Susan Mothon of the Salem Historical Society and the SAWC. Susan, provided a great re-enactment of long-time librarian Alice Hall.

Meet the Author, Julie Nichole

On February 29, Julie Nichole read her first published book to children at the Kelley Library.

In My Heart is the first children’s book she wrote and self-published. She began writing children’s books in the summer of 2022.


Julie Nichole Books focus on inspiring children to explore the world around them and to use their imagination through her fun and engaging children's books. Her main goal is to provide children with books that will keep their minds active and help them to learn important values. Julie Nichole's books are sure to bring joy to young readers!

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Meet the Author

Thurs, Dec 28, 12 pm, Kelley Library, 234 Main St, Salem.


This first-in-a-series of Meet a Local Author event features local Salem author, Jeffrey Zygmont, who will read one of his beautifully written and colorfully illustrated children's books of adventures in New Hampshire. The event is designed for children, pre-K through 2nd grade.  Refreshments will be served.

Admission to the event is free. Jeffrey's books will also be available for purchase, and he will happily sign them with a personalized autograph.


A project of the Education & Library Committee.

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