Membership geographic boundaries: Our chapter boundaries include all areas that are south of the Arapahoe/Douglas county line, north of Bayou Gulch, east of Parker Rd, west of the Douglas/Elbert county line including the Pinery.
Annual membership is $25 per year which covers the cost of postage for newsletters, craft supplies, charitable donations, rental of party facilities and other administrative expenses.
We understand that being at home can be of considerable financial strain. No mother will be turned down for membership due to financial hardship. Please contact us if you have financial concerns.
You are welcome to join us for two business meetings with no obligations.
How Can I Join?
If you are interested in learning more about MOMS Club of East Parker, we invite you to contact our chapter via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include your name, address and phone number in the email.
To join, please fill out our short Liability form and Nursery form and review our House Rules. You can bring a check payable to Moms Club of Parker East to a meeting or mail it to us after you’ve decided to join.
- Lifetime friendships for mom and children
- Participation in activities, groups, special events, service projects and moms support.
- Volunteering and committee coordinator positions of your choice.
- Access our online message board
- Monthly Calendar and Newsletter includes:
- Community Events for the month
- Letter from the President
- MOMS Club of Parker-East Calendar of Events
- Local New Members
- Contact information for all board members and committee chairs
- Business cards of our members who operate a business
It is up to the individual member to decide what level of participation works best for her and her family. Some members are very active, serving on the board or volunteering for coordinator positions.
Others just like receive the newsletter and come to a couple of public events, like the monthly meeting and a mall or park date.
There are many levels of participation in our club and you are welcome to “kick it up” a notch or lower it depending on your needs and those of your family. Sometimes a new baby, pregnancy or part-time job means that you have less time or desire to go to MOMS Club events. And other times you may have more time to participate in MOMS Club activities, like in the summer when your kids are out of school.
It’s up to you to decide how much you’d like to do. There is no minimum or maximum and no pressure to participate more than you want to.
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