Sparta club supports decency in broadcasting

| 28 Sep 2011 | 02:13

    SPARTA-The Sparta Woman's Club voted to propose a resolution requesting decency in broadcasting for statewide adoption at the NJSFWC Annual Convention last month in Atlantic City. SWC President Marjorie Strohsahl wrote and submitted the resolution in time to appear on the slate of legislative issues at the convention. The Decency in Broadcasting Resolution was accepted overwhelmingly. It now proceeds to the president of the United States, the vice president, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission and members of Congress. The New Jersey State Federation of Women's Clubs includes more than 14,000 members and is bolstered by the entire General Federation of Women's Clubs membership across the United States and the office of the Federation in Washington, D.C. Consistent with its interest in literacy, education, and public library access for all citizens, the GFWC and its affiliate, NJSFWC, is determined to keep America' s airways above reproach and accessible and suitable for family viewing. The General Federation of Women's Clubs includes Sparta Woman's Club as a member of the l0th District of the New Jersey State Federation of Women's Clubs. It is open to all women of Sparta who are interested in civic-minded and community-centered activities. For membership information, contact Sus