Being a “stay-at-home” mom
can be rewarding… and isolating.
We know, we’ve been there.

In 1983, Mary James was a stay-at-home mother in California who was tired of staying home alone. She created the first MOMS Club, an organization where mothers can find friendship and support from other mothers in their own community.

The MOMS Club came to Metro Columbus in 1998 when Jodi Henley was inspired by a visit to her Arizona sister-in-law to start what is now the UA/NW chapter. As membership increased, chapters were split-off or  “sistered” one by one. 

In 2003, the Clintonville/Worthington chapter was formed and by 2006 membership had grown large enough that the two chapters sistered and The MOMS Club of Clintonville
was born. 

The MOMS Club® of Clintonville Today

MOMS Club meetings and activities are held during the day when moms are most in need of a helping hand or a friendly ear, and children are always welcome.

And, unlike library story time, swimming lessons, or another trip to the zoo, these meetings are all about you, the mom.  Sure, your kids will benefit from the increased socialization and have a great time at our parties, playgroups, and field trips. But, we’re more interested in making sure that you have a good time. While you’re at it, we know that you’ll find understanding when you need it and make lasting friendships along the way.

The International MOMS Club® and the local chapters do not endorse any advertisements that appear on this website.

 
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