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District 3

The Zonta Club of Greater Queens is one of the clubs in Area 1, District 3 of Zonta International. District 3 is one of the thirty-two districts of the Zonta world. It extends from southern New York through Virginia, including the mid-Atlantic states of New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, part of Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia. District 3 is part of Zonta International, a worldwide service organization of executives in business and the professions who work together to improve the status of women. Founded in 1919 in Buffalo, New York, Zonta currently has approximately 32,000 members in more than 1,200 clubs in 67 countries. Zonta takes its name from a Sioux Indian word meaning "honest and trustworthy" and uses the yellow rose as its symbol. Zontians volunteer their time, talents, skills and energy to local and international service projects designed to advance the status of women.

District 3 Highlights

Our district covers some of the most important cities in the United States:  New York City, Washington, DC; Philadelphia; Baltimore; and Annapolis.  We also include some of the best beaches along the Eastern Coast of the United States, such as the Jersey Shore, Virginia Beach and Jones Beach.  Distict 3 is the home district of the United Nations

Donna Clark is Governor of District 3

                                                          2016-2018 District 3 Board                        Donna Clark - Governor                        Joanne Gallos - Lieutenant Governor                        Rosa Goldsmith - Treasurer                         Linda Butler Livesay - Secretary                         Parliamentarian - Mary Ellen Bittner                         Area 1 Director - Suzanne Scalcione                         Area 2 Director - Pamela Morgan                         Area 3 Director  - Jan Bryant                         Area 4 Director - Carol Beechler
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District 3

The Zonta Club of Greater Queens is one of the clubs in Area 1, District 3 of Zonta International. District 3 is one of the thirty-two districts of the Zonta world. It extends from southern New York through Virginia, including the mid-Atlantic states of New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, part of Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia. District 3 is part of Zonta International, a worldwide service organization of executives in business and the professions who work together to improve the status of women. Founded in 1919 in Buffalo, New York, Zonta currently has approximately 32,000 members in more than 1,200 clubs in 67 countries. Zonta takes its name from a Sioux Indian word meaning "honest and trustworthy" and uses the yellow rose as its symbol. Zontians volunteer their time, talents, skills and energy to local and international service projects designed to advance the status of women.

District 3 Highlights

Our district covers some of the most important cities in the United States:  New York City, Washington, DC; Philadelphia; Baltimore; and Annapolis.  We also include some of the best beaches along the Eastern Coast of the United States, such as the Jersey Shore, Virginia Beach and Jones Beach.  Distict 3 is the home district of the United Nations

Donna Clark is

Governor of

District 3

                                                          2016-2018 District 3 Board                        Donna Clark - Governor                        Joanne Gallos - Lieutenant Governor                        Rosa Goldsmith - Treasurer                         Linda Butler Livesay - Secretary                         Parliamentarian - Mary Ellen Bittner                         Area 1 Director - Suzanne Scalcione                         Area 2 Director - Pamela Morgan                         Area 3 Director  - Jan Bryant                         Area 4 Director - Carol Beechler

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