2nd Annual
MASQUERADE BALL 
Help us unmask child abuse
Venetian-Style
Fancy Dress/Black Tie Optional Event

 

November 4, 2017 

at 6:30 PM

 

Sheraton Stamford Hotel

700 East Main St.

Stamford, CT

 

$125 per ticket

 

Dinner, dancing, open bar,  silent auction and raffles

 

Proceeds to benefit Exchange Club Parenting Skills Center,

The Exchange Club of Stamford Scholarship

with Stamford Dollars for Scholars, & support other local veterans services.

See events page for more details or RSVP at

ecsunmaskchildabuse.dojiggy.com

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Welcome to the Exchange Club of Stamford's
website!

We are an all-volunteer, national service organization for men and women, who want to serve their community, develop leadership skills, and enjoy new friendships. Exchange is made up of some 1,200 clubs and 40,000 members throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico. In Stamford, we are over 30 strong, and we sponsor a wide range of activities to improve our community, help the disadvantages, and encourage good citizenship. 

The principal areas of our service programs are Youth, Americanism and Child Abuse Prevention. You will find a list of the programs that we run as you peruse our web-site. 

 
We meet on the first and third Thursday of the month, at 12:30 for a lunch meeting. Meetings are held at Zody's 19th Hole Restaurant, Stillwater Rd. In Stamford, Connecticut. The business of Exchange is conducted at board meetings, which leaves meetings open for interesting and entertaining programs. Virtually every meeting features a guest speaker on a topic of special interest. Enjoyable social activities, which frequently include families, are another important part of the Exchange Club of Stamford.

Upcoming Events:

Barbecue Membership Drive
September 21, 2017 
5:30 pm
Hampton Inn

2nd Annual Masquerade Ball - Unmask Child Abuse
November  4, 2017
6:30 pm
Sheraton Stamford Hotel

Veterans Day Parade
November 12, 2017

  
  
  

:30 am 
Place: Knights of Columbus, 507 Shippan Avenue, Stamford, CT. Please invite guests: prospective members, friends, family and colleagues are all welcome.
Guest Fee to cover the cost of the breakfast: $20.00
 
The Keynote Speaker TBD.
 
The One Nation Under God project was adopted on July 30, 1964, by Exchange leaders seeking to heighten awareness of our rich religious heritage. November, observed nationally as One Nation Under God Month, is a special time of year when Exchangites join together to increase public appreciation of the important roles religious faith and freedom have played in our nation's history. This page contains a variety of simple but effective project ideas that will enable your Exchange Club to help remind all Americans of our religious freedoms. Also keep in mind that although November is One Nation Under God Month, these suggested projects can be equally effective at any time of the year.
 
.       The aims of the program are to:
 
.       Build greater respect for the Pledge of Allegiance;
 
.       Promote increased use of the Pledge in schools and at public gatherings;
 
.       Combat all efforts to remove the words "under God" from the Pledge;
 
.       Encourage and promote religious services by local churches on Thanksgiving Day or Thanksgiving eve;
 
.       Promote attendance at such services to members and nonmembers alike;
 
.       Prayerfully thank God for the blessings of liberty bestowed on America.
 
:30 am 
Place: Knights of Columbus, 507 Shippan Avenue, Stamford, CT. Please invite guests: prospective members, friends, family and colleagues are all welcome.
Guest Fee to cover the cost of the breakfast: $20.00
 
The Keynote Speaker TBD.
 
The One Nation Under God project was adopted on July 30, 1964, by Exchange leaders seeking to heighten awareness of our rich religious heritage. November, observed nationally as One Nation Under God Month, is a special time of year when Exchangites join together to increase public appreciation of the important roles religious faith and freedom have played in our nation's history. This page contains a variety of simple but effective project ideas that will enable your Exchange Club to help remind all Americans of our religious freedoms. Also keep in mind that although November is One Nation Under God Month, these suggested projects can be equally effective at any time of the year.
 
.       The aims of the program are to:
 
.       Build greater respect for the Pledge of Allegiance;
 
.       Promote increased use of the Pledge in schools and at public gatherings;
 
.       Combat all efforts to remove the words "under God" from the Pledge;
 
.       Encourage and promote religious services by local churches on Thanksgiving Day or Thanksgiving eve;
 
.       Promote attendance at such services to members and nonmembers alike;
 
.       Prayerfully thank God for the blessings of liberty bestowed on America.
 
:30 am 
Place: Knights of Columbus, 507 Shippan Avenue, Stamford, CT. Please invite guests: prospective members, friends, family and colleagues are all welcome.
Guest Fee to cover the cost of the breakfast: $20.00
 
The Keynote Speaker TBD.
 
The One Nation Under God project was adopted on July 30, 1964, by Exchange leaders seeking to heighten awareness of our rich religious heritage. November, observed nationally as One Nation Under God Month, is a special time of year when Exchangites join together to increase public appreciation of the important roles religious faith and freedom have played in our nation's history. This page contains a variety of simple but effective project ideas that will enable your Exchange Club to help remind all Americans of our religious freedoms. Also keep in mind that although November is One Nation Under God Month, these suggested projects can be equally effective at any time of the year.
 
.       The aims of the program are to:
 
.       Build greater respect for the Pledge of Allegiance;
 
.       Promote increased use of the Pledge in schools and at public gatherings;
 
.       Combat all efforts to remove the words "under God" from the Pledge;
 
.       Encourage and promote religious services by local churches on Thanksgiving Day or Thanksgiving eve;
 
.       Promote attendance at such services to members and nonmembers alike;
 
.       Prayerfully thank God for the blessings of liberty bestowed on America.
 
:30 am 
Place: Knights of Columbus, 507 Shippan Avenue, Stamford, CT. Please invite guests: prospective members, friends, family and colleagues are all welcome.
Guest Fee to cover the cost of the breakfast: $20.00
 
The Keynote Speaker TBD.
 
The One Nation Under God project was adopted on July 30, 1964, by Exchange leaders seeking to heighten awareness of our rich religious heritage. November, observed nationally as One Nation Under God Month, is a special time of year when Exchangites join together to increase public appreciation of the important roles religious faith and freedom have played in our nation's history. This page contains a variety of simple but effective project ideas that will enable your Exchange Club to help remind all Americans of our religious freedoms. Also keep in mind that although November is One Nation Under God Month, these suggested projects can be equally effective at any time of the year.
 
.       The aims of the program are to:
 
.       Build greater respect for the Pledge of Allegiance;
 
.       Promote increased use of the Pledge in schools and at public gatherings;
 
.       Combat all efforts to remove the words "under God" from the Pledge;
 
.       Encourage and promote religious services by local churches on Thanksgiving Day or Thanksgiving eve;
 
.       Promote attendance at such services to members and nonmembers alike;
 
.       Prayerfully thank God for the blessings of liberty bestowed on America.