Organization & Club Overview
The Estero Newcomers Club is a not-for-profit social organization founded in 2004 and governed by a club constitution and bylaws approved by our membership. We collect annual dues to fund activities and charitable causes. Many of our activities are at no cost or low cost and optional to our members. 
 
Our Executive Board, made up of our President, Vice-President, Treasurer, and Secretary are elected annually by our membership. The Executive Board chooses a team of board members who coordinate the various aspects of our club—membership, luncheons, speakers, events, communications, and charities.  Members are encouraged to enjoy the club offerings as participants, or to find fulfilling opportunities to put their skills and talents to use on behalf of the organization as a Board Member or Coordinator—either way, you are sure to make new women friends and have fun! We look forward to having you Join!  
 
Our business meetings are conducted at our monthly luncheons which are held at a variety of country clubs and communities in the area.  We offer ongoing activities and events that bring together women with mutual interests in smaller and larger groups. Each year we adopt a number of local charities to whom we donate time and funds—because we believe in both enjoying and giving back to our communities!
 
Today, we have approximately 190 members from Estero and the surrounding area. There are no restrictions regarding length of residency in Florida. Both full time and seasonal residents are welcome.