Federation of the Dutch Lyceum Clubs
The Federation of the Dutch Lyceum Clubs was founded on 10th September 1930 with the objective of serving the interests of the Lyceum Clubs in the Netherlands and of representing their members at the International Association of Lyceum Clubs, the IALC. The Federation is composed of the three Dutch clubs, Amsterdam (de Nederlandse Vrouwenclub/Lyceumclub Amsterdam) founded in 1923, Nijmegen (de Nijmeegse Vrouwenclub in Lyceumverband) founded in 1925 and Groningen (de Groningsche Vrouwenclub International Lyceumclub) founded in 1929. Contact between the members of the three clubs is promoted by an annual ‘Contact Day’ organised in turn by one of the three clubs. The Federation and the Council of the Federation meet twice yearly in Zwolle.
The Council of the Federation is composed of members of the three Dutch Lyceum Clubs. The President of the Federation represents the Dutch federation at the annual meeting of the BCI, the ‘Bureau Central International’.
|The Federation Board is made up of:|
|Bettine Polak||president (LC Amsterdam)|
|Madeleine van der Vlist-Diehl||vice-president (LC Groningen)|
|Cordelia Davies-Blackburn||secretary (LC Amsterdam)|
|Henny Nijenhuis-Kooman||treasurer (LC Groningen)|
|Marianne van de Kamp-Struik||member (LC Nijmegen)|