1. Building in our communities for a better place in which to live and work.
2. Being a part of a prestigious worldwide organization.
3. Having a voice in influencing Public Policy.
4. For the friends we make and love.
5. Developing trained leaders.
6. Knowledge of Parliamentary Procedure, protocol and how to conduct a meeting.
7. Gaining experience and training for professional positions.
8. Developing skills in communication and public speaking.
9. Educational benefits derived from being clubwomen through speakers, projects, and programs.
10. Creativity developed within the individual clubwoman, especially in the area of arts.
|1st VP - Reporting||
|2nd VP - Membership||Courtney Williams|
|3rd VP - Ways and Means||
|Corresponding & Recording Secretary||Wendy Nash|
Chair: Beth Tyler
Women's Health Issues
Social Security Information
Breast Cancer Awareness
Food Pantry Work Days
Chair: Valerie Seymour
Magazines to Resthomes
Chair: Amanda Roberson
Operation Christmas Child
Chair: Heather Massengill
Dr. Suess Birthday Party
Chair: McKelle Ulm
Teddy Bears to police department
Visit to Women's Prison
Domestic Violence & Advocates for Children
Chair: Elizabeth Edwards
Elder and Child Abuse Prevention
Read & Feed