MOMS Club

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MOMS Club is a support group for stay-at-home moms. MOMS is an acronym for MOMS Offering Moms Support.

History[edit]

MOMS Club was founded in 1983 by Mary James, a stay-at-home mother of two from California. Weary of being home alone all day, James wanted to connect with other at-home moms in her area. She also desired playmates for her children. When she discovered that there were no existing organizations that met during the day and that designed activities for moms and children to enjoy together, she decided to start her own group. Based on the success of this initial chapter, MOMS Club spread throughout the country. Today, there are over 2000 chapters in the United States, as well as international chapters.

Activities[edit]

Although activities vary by chapter, most clubs offer some form of the following: monthly meetings, playgroups, mom's nights out, holiday parties, field trips, community speakers and service projects.

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