St. Charles, Geneva, Batavia, Elgin IL
and neighboring communities
The Fox Valley Newcomers and Neighbors would like to meet you and welcome you to our group!
We are a group of women who have one common goal...to make friends. We are new or not so new to the area. We are retired, getting back into social activities after children go to school or just looking to network. We can help you with the many questions and challenges involved in relocating or just learning more about the area.
We have members with no children, young children, teenagers, college students and empty nesters. We have a variety of interests, but most importantly, we want you to feel connected to a group as well as our community.
We have all been " the new kid on the block" and we really understand the emotional roller coaster moving to a new state or community can be. We know you will find us a friendly and welcoming group.
The Fox Valley Newcomers and Neighbors has many different activities that our members can join depending on their interests. Please see our newsletter on this website for more information on our current activities.
Monthly Luncheons, Excellent Adventures, Civic and Service, After Six, Breakfast Club, Girls Night Out, Spare Time bowling, Book Clubs, Card Game Groups, Movie Group, Genealogy Group, Scrapbooking, Quilting, Knitting, Stitching Group.
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2013-14 Membership Renewal Due Now
Please download the membership form.
The Fox Valley Newcomers & Neighbors Club is a social and philanthropic organization for women in the area who are interested in meeting & making new friends through various social & fundraising activities. The annual membership fee of $25 provides members with a membership directory as well as a monthly e-newsletter that recaps the upcoming monthly events & activities.
The club has luncheons with guest speakers held monthly at various restaurants throughout the Fox Valley area and has many special interest groups such as bridge, book clubs, golf, breakfast, bowling, genealogy, quilting and much more! Events are held during the day and evening, so there are loads of chances for you to become involved & meet new friends!
Founded in 1975, Mutual Ground provides services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their families. Mutual Ground is one of the largest and oldest domestic violence shelters in the state. All services are victim-centered and focus on advocacy that empowers each individual to make her/his own decisions. All services are offered free of charge.
Mutual Ground serves the greater Aurora area, including all of Southern Kane and Kendall Counties.