CCNC Extra
Tools and Activities

Web Link Banners

Interested in adding a CCNC link to your website?  Thanks!
And feel free to use any of these graphics 
to link back to

Directions for use:
Right click on any of these images and save the file to your computer.

Then use your web editing program to insert the picture on your website.
Setup the picture properties to include a hyperlink to

Once you’re finished, send us an email and let us know.
We’d like to link back to your site too!

CCNC Coloring Page

Click the picture to download the CCNC Coloring Page in Adobe Acrobat format.

National Leauge of American Pen Women History

Founded in 1897, the National League of American Pen Women, Inc. (NLAPW) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that supports and promotes professional women in arts, letters, music, and allied professions.  Famous women who have been members of the organization include Grandma Moses, Georgia O’Keeffe, Pearl S. Buck, Eleanor Roosevelt, Maya Angelou, and Rosalyn Carter, to name a few.

Right is The National League of American Pen Women headquarters at 1300 17th Street, NW in the DuPont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C. The building was built in 1887 and designed by William M. Poindexter. Previous owners include Sarah Adams Whittemore and Robert Todd Lincoln. The Pen Arts Building is a contributing property to the DuPont Circle Historic District.

“Kindered Kaleidoscope”
J. A. Slack

Featured in the National League of American Pen Women (limited edition) coloring book, celebrating 120 years.