We’re still meeting! Sometimes virtually, sometimes in person! Our club work on a variety of service projects continues. Be sure to visit our Facebook page for updates and more information. Hope to see you soon!
Because of Covid-19, GFWC members were not able to meet in person at our annual International Convention, which would have taken place in Atlanta. Here is the recorded address of the outgoing GFWC President. She highlights only a few of our organization’s many incredible accomplishments in 2018-2020. We are outstanding! Come join us! https://youtu.be/014rjpqhgi8
We recently sponsored a virtual chalk art contest for school children and were thrilled to receive lots of entries! Each winner got a prize!
Our next Book Club Discussion will take place on Wednesday, June 24 at 6:30 pm. The Book is Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate.
Please join the Book Club’s Facebook page for more information. https://www.facebook.com/groups/528117697592365/
It’s Federation Day, celebrating the formation of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs in 1890. The GFWC is one of the oldest and largest volunteer community service organizations for women! Our accomplishments are beyond impressive!
Please visit for more information: https://www.gfwc.org/gfwc-federation-facts/
Club members heard from Megan DeJarnett at a recent club meeting. We learned about her inspiration for the book “No Such Thing as Normal”. Interested in learning more about Megan and purchasing a book(s)? In this video she shares her incredible story of how her new brand came to life. http://https://www.facebook.com/megan.dejarnett.5/videos/10221576322183294/
Head to http://www.nosuchthing.co and use code Megsbday22 to get 20% off.
With a passion for inclusion and diversity, Megan hopes to provide resources to others, such as her new children’s book, “No Such Thing As Normal”. Copies of the book will be purchased by the Club for local school libraries and the public library.
February’s club meeting: most of our members are wearing red, but all of us are supporting women’s heart health! Go Red for Women! Heart Disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States.
The GFWC Spring Station Woman’s Club recently contacted the Spring Hill Home Depot to tell them about The Well Outreach Food Pantry’s impending relocation to a new location of Main Street and the numerous infrastructure upgrades needed for the building. The club asked Home Depot if they would either donate or provide a discount for the purchase of two new toilets. Pictured are Shelly Sassen from The Well Outreach and Vicki Bechet from the Woman’s Club with one of the two toilets donated by The Home Depot.