governor@ Joanne Puopolo Governor
ltgovernor@ Elizabeth Hart Lt. Governor
secretary@ Millie Blum Secretary
treasurer@ Pam Albertson Treasurer
parliamentarian@ MaryA Socha Parliamentarian
area1@ Sue McCoo Area 1 Director
area2@ Christine Hunt Area 2 Director
area3@ Beatrice Schori Area 3 Director
area4@ Lisa Jacobson Area 4 Director

The individual Zonta Club is the basic organizational unit of Zonta International. Clubs exist to promote the objectives of Zonta International, and to initiate, adopt, and implement policies and procedures to attain these ends in their own communities, and throughout the world. Each club establishes its own level of participation in community service projects and local programs. By participating in Zonta district conferences and international conventions, club delegates form and regulate policies and adopt international service projects.

Read more: Club Presidents 2016-2018

Why Contribute to Zonta International Foundation?

There has been some confusion that Zonta International dues are used to fund the Zonta projects. They are not. Zonta International Foundation is the fundraising body of Zonta International and the only funds are those received from clubs, individuals, bequests set up in your will, authorized automatic monthly payments, and matching funds.

Learn more about the programs we fund.  Consider giving.  Mail-in Form   |  Online Form

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Zonta District 01 is...

  • one of 32 districts throughout the world that forms Zonta International. 
  • comprised of 17 clubs located in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, USA and Nova Scotia, Canada.
  • honored to recognize clubs with the annual Governor’s Award for Overall Excellence in Service.
  • proud to have a history of members serving at the international level. 
  • delighted that local scholarship recipients have been selected to receive international awards. 
  • involved in local service by partnering with such organizations as the Rape Response Services of Maine, Bangor Public Library, Lund Home, Ozanam Place, Caps for Kids, The Salvation Army, Greater Boston Food Bank, Dress for Success, and Metro Immigration Settlement Association of Canada.
  • devoted to raising funds by hosting spelling bees, garden tours, fashion shows, house tours and craft fairs, etc. 
  • dedicated to advocate for legislation of human trafficking as a crime, ending violence in Darfur, and in support of the Breast Cancer Patient Protection Act.

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