About Us

The Troy Newcomers Club
The Troy Newcomers Club was founded on November 5, 1970. It was organized by Martha Waugh (President), Nancy Anderson (1st Vice President), Janice Machin (2nd Vice President), Judy Sherman (3rd Vice President), Jean Quinn (Secretary) and Mary Soule (Treasurer). 
The Club Motto is “We Come As Many, We Grow As One.” The Club colors are green (fresh and changing) and sunshine yellow (warmth).
The Troy MINTS
The Troy M.I.N.T.S. was organized on April 23, 1974, as the Troy Newcomers Alumni Club. M.I.N.T.S. stands for “Memories in Newcomers Together Shared.” On December 16, 1994, the Troy Newcomers Club and M.I.N.T.S. club voted to change the Troy Newcomers Constitution and combine the two clubs. In 2005, the Club voted to phase out the M.I.N.T.S. from the Constitution. The M.I.N.T.S. status is no longer active. All members are now Troy Newcomers.  
Our Mission Statement 
The purpose of the Troy Newcomers Club is to take an active interest in the social and civic welfare of our community.  We are committed to undertaking and promoting charitable and humanitarian projects within our community.  We also provide residents an opportunity, through activities, to become acquainted with others in the area and inform members about our area.  By providing a strong network of area women we will aid our community through the gift of our time and energy.