The mission of the Woman’s Club of Perry Hall, Inc. is the intellectual development of its members and promotion of a common interest in the civic life of the community.
Our club members work to address the diverse needs of our community through times of social and technological change in an increasingly interdependent world. This includes promoting education, preserving natural resources, stressing good citizenship, encouraging healthy lifestyles, and supporting participation in the arts.
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The Woman's Club of Perry Hall
P.O. Box 382
Perry Hall, MD 21128
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All General meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of each month September - May at Rosedale Federal, 9616 Belair Road, Perry Hall at 7:00pm
May 5, 2016 - Chik-fil-a Fun Night - 8867 Belair Road - 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
May 26, 2016 - WCPH Installation Banquet - Bowman Restaurant - 6:30pm
May 28, 2016 - SWAT - Papa John's Pizza parking lot - 9:00am
June 4, 2016 - Camp Chapel Flea Market - 8:00am
June 25, 2016 - Perry Hall Town Fair - Perry Hall High School
May 26, 2016
The Woman's Club of Perry Hall installed their new officers at The Bowman Restaurant. A special Thank You to Bill King for taking the pictures (not shown).
Newly installed 2016-2018 Officers: Treasurer, Shirley Wales; Corresponding Secretary, Debbie Porter; Recording Secretary, Meg McMahan; 2nd Vice President, Carolyn King; 1st Vice President, Debbie Schillinger; and President, Dawn Donovan
From bottom: Carolyn King, Dottie Coppolino, Dawn and Dereck Donovan.
We said "Goodbye" to Kathy Fortney.
Lois Conigliaro, Lorraine Zorn, Gloria Perkowski, Jean Carter, and Meg McMahan.
Renee Streib and Sharon Marquette
Janet Rogers received a lovely letter and pin from GFWC for 50 years of volunteer service. Janet is shown with her daughter, Tanya and husband, Dick.
Barbara Lambert, Glen and Debbie Porter
Shirley and Stanley Wales, and Dereck Donovan
May 26, 2016
On March 15, 2016 The Woman's Club of Perry Hall hosted a Youth Art contest for the Perry Hall Middle School Art students. The winners are:
First Place: Cassi Li – Grade - Fauvist Self Portrait/Tempera on paper
Second Place: Angela Ma - Grade 6 - Self Portrait/Acrylic painting
Third Place: Crystal Weyant - Grade 8 - Self Portrait/watercolor
Honorable Mention #1: Emily Grueninger - Grade 7 - SPCA/Dog/printmaking
Honorable Mention #2: Evan Heath - Grade 7 - Metal Art
Honorable Mention #3: Hannah Engelmeyer – Grade 7- Print/printmaking
The winners 1st-3rd moved on to The Baltimore District Youth Art for judging and
Cassie Li took 1st place once again moving on to GFWC MD Youth Art contest where she won 1st place! Crystal Weyant took 2nd place at The Baltimore District Youth Art Contest.
Barbara Lambert, Youth Art chairman, and Dawn Donovan, President, presented the winners certificates and prize money during the Perry Hall Middle School morning news.
Pictured from left to right: Emily Grueninger, Barbara Lambert, Angela Ma, Crystal Weyent, Cassi Li, and Mrs Momenzadeh (PHMS Art teacher)
May 14, 2016 - Several members, and their friends, of The Woman's Club of Perry Hall attended Joppatowne Woman's Club Tea at the Richlyn Ballroom.
Diane, Shirley, Meg, Maggie, and Suzanne (not pictured - Dawn Donovan)
February 25, 2016 - General Meeting - The Woman's Club of Perry Hall initiates new member, Renee Streib.
From right - Dawn Donovan, President, initiates new member Renee Streib with Sharon Marquette as sponsor.
May 9, 2015 Woman's Club of Joppatowne Tea
Nancy Akehurst, Suzanne Atkinson, and Dawn Donovan
Ozella Ruppersberger (past Baltimore District President), Shirley Wales and Carolyn King
2015 Youth Art
1st Place: DEMETRIA WINTERLING- Grade 8 – self portrait / Pencil and Charcoal
2nd Place: NORMAN MOON -Grade 8 - Fauve Self-Portrait/ Tempera
3rd Place: MAELYNN UGOKWE - Grade 7 - Cat / Tempera
Perry Hall also gave 2 Honorable Mentions:
AMY SUK - Grade 8 - Still LifeComposition/ oil pastel
WYATT VANDENBURG - Grade 8 - MarbleComposition/ colored pencil
In April we welcomed Glen Porter and Andrea Staschak who represents Friends of Jerusalem Mills. Ms. Staschak shared stories of clothing worn by women in the early 1800's. Mr. Porter shared the history of Jerusalam Mills.
Friends of Jerusalam Mills Glen Porter and Andrea Staschak
Friend of Jerusalam Mill Andrea Staschak
During our April meeting we celebrated Debbie Porter, who has served The Woman's Club of Perry Hall for 25 years. Debbie has served on the board including President; has served dinner at the Eastside Family Shelter 7 years, almost without fail; and currently serves as chairman for Education for both the club and The Baltimore District.
President Dawn Donovan, on right, awards Debbie Porter with the 25 year pin.
Debbie Porter has served The Woman's Club of Perry Hall for 25 years.
At our March meeting Shelly Holthouse a supporter of Angel Park in Perry Hall. Angel Park is a new all-inclusive playground and amphitheater facility in Perry Hall, MD, which has a very real and personal meaning to members of our community. The name was purposely chosen to represent a vision of an ideal setting for happiness and reflection. This name was selected to inspire support from the widest audience and to build the enthusiasm and momentum necessary to make it a reality. For more information on Angel Park please visit http://www.angel-park.org/
Our February meeting was canceled due to snowy weather.
At our January General meeting we welcomed Julie Ensor, Baltimore County Clerk of the Circuit Court. Julie was delighted to be elected to serve as the Baltimore County Clerk of the Circuit Court in 2010. She is the second female and the 39th Clerk to fill this role since this Office was established in 1650. Prior to this position as Clerk of Court, Julie proudly served as a Judge of the Orphans' Court from 1994 to 2006 in Baltimore County Maryland, elected to three consecutive terms. We enjoyed Julie’s explanation of her duties, and her stories of couples marrying.
Holiday Party 2014
At the October 2014 General meeting Katie Moose spoke on the War of 1812 concerning the herbs and plants that were used during that time.
Katie Moose, born in Baltimore, is a descendant of the Clagett (Claggett) family of Maryland, and many old New England whaling families.
She has lived in many U.S.’ great architectural, historical and waterside gems besides Annapolis - New Castle, DE; Newport and Providence, RI; Cold Spring Harbor, NY; San Francisco; Philadelphia; Greenwich, CT; Alexandria, VA; Washington, DC; and New York City. She presently resides in Easton, MD.
On May 3, 2014 The Joppatowne Woman's Club hosted a Tea at the Richlin Ballroom. Members of The Woman's Club of Perry Hall attended.
Debbie Schillinger, Gayly Holcomb, Kathy Hall, and Lee Hager after a brisk morning SWAT Clean up.
Sharon Marquette and Dawn Donovan, President
The Woman's Club of Joppatowne Tea 2014
Eileen, Peg, and Skip Stinemire (former WCPH member)
Shirley Wales and Suzanne Atkinson
New member Meg McMahan and Dawn Donovan
Alexia and Bryanna Vacca help deliver donations from The Woman's Club of Perry Hall to East Side Family Shelter. Accepting the donation is Head Chef Katrina. Every second Tuesday of the month The Woman's Club of Perry Hall cook a hot meal for the clients at the shelter.
Lunch Bunch at The Williamsburg Inn. Shown are Kathy Fortney, Shirley Wales, Gloria Perkowski, and Lorriane Zorn. Photographed by Dawn Donovan.
Every second Wednesday of the month The Woman's Club of Perry Hall get together for lunch. It's never the same group of women, but everyone always has a great time.
At our November general meeting we welcomed author C. J. Miller. A 3rd generation Harlequin reader, and the 1st in her family to write professionally. C.J. published her first book with Harlequin Romantic Suspense in 2012. C.J. spoke about her writing habits, and how she juggles her time between her job, writing career and family. She brought 2 of her 3 published books for us to purchase, and then autographed each one. You can find her website at http://www.cj-miller.com/ or her blog at http://cjmillerwrites.blogspot.com/.
As a fundraiser, a paperback history of the Perry Hall Mansion has been
published by Friends of the Perry Hall Mansion. Our member,
Rohe, is acknowledged for generously donating photos and print articles
for the book. Lola has family ties to the mansion.
will be a book signing in March, date and time to be
Cost of the book is $21.99 and can be purchased after February 19, 2013
at Barnes & Noble White Marsh, Ann Marie's Hallmark in Perry
or directly through Friends of Perry Hall Mansion. The
Club of Perry Hall proudly supports the Friends of Perry Hall Mansion.
The Woman's Club of Perry Hall is proud to welcome our newest member Kathy Fortney.
We are sad to say that one of our members, Mary Harvey, passed away. In her honor The Woman's Club of Perry Hall donated $50.00 to the Family Crisis Center- the only family crisis center in Baltimore County.
The Woman's Club of Perry Hall has held 4 small fundraisers since starting the club year in September of 2012. We have held a Quarter Auction; sold Sneak Peek Tickets to Boscov's stores; and two Premier Jewelry parties netting us well over $1600 total.
In May of 2012 Barbara Lambert installed the new officers ofThe Woman's Club of Perry Hall. During our installation meeting Ann Knoerlein, President, presented Nancy Akehurst with a certificate and pin for her 50 years of service. June Weber was given a Certificate of Appreciation by the children of Perry Hall Elementary School for her time listening to children read.
Recently, the Woman's Club
of Perry Hall hosted their
annual art contest. A coordinated effort between Perry Hall
Middle School and our club. Winners were:
1st place - Lindsay Brooks – 8th grade
2nd place – Alexa Eillond – 6th grade
3rd place – Shannon Gaffney – 7th grade
HM – Coleen Michael – 8th grade
The winner went on to the GFWCBaltimore District, Inc. Youth Art Contest held at the Baltimore County Dundalk Library.
The Woman's Club of Perry Hall hosted their annual Fahion Show and Tea on Saturday, April 14, 2012 at Rosdale Gardens. A wonderful time was had by all. Lee Hager, WCPH member, and her table dressed up in pretty dresses, gloves, and some wore hats! Dressbarn provided the beautiful clothing for the event. David Marks, Baltimore County Councilman, emceed the event. Baked goods, flowers, and our "Unique Boutique" raised further funds for our club, along with a 50/50 raffle.
Four times a year The Woman's Club of Perry Hall participate in the SWAT cleanup of highways. Our road is a half mile stretch of Belair Road in Perry Hall. Club members gather early Saturday morning and walk the road picking up trash as we go.
Summer concert series is coming up! Bands already booked are the Chesapeake Concert Band and The Baltimore Symphonic Orchestra. Each performance is free to the public. Other concert dates will be announced soon.
June 5, 2011, during the
Perry Hall Summer Concert series, three of our members were
honored. County Councilman, David Marks, presented The
Club of Perry Hall members Gayle Holcomb, Lee Hager, and Debbie Redmer
with a certificate of appreciation for their dedicaton
the concert series back on track. They were faced with many
and logistical roadblocks and managed to work through them to offer the
Perry Hall Summer Concert series.
We lost a very dear member and friend, Doris Knott, who passed on July 13, 2011.
April 28, 2011: Fashion Show, "Friendship, Fashion, and Fun"
Our fashion show Friends, Fashion, and Fun was a delight to attend. Success was met with the helpful participation of our club members, each doing their part to make the night fun. There was jewelry, handbags and accessories, goodies, and flowers to purchase. Raffles included a very successful 50/50 drawing and our beautiful baskets full of delights. We thank everyone who attended for their generous support.
December 9, 2010: Annual Holiday Party
On December 9, 2010 $10,000 was presented to the Friends of the Perry Hall Mansion during the GFWC Woman's Club of Perry Hall's annual Holiday Party at the Silver Spring Mining Company. Members of the club have been working hard to raise these funds to help with the interior restoration of the Perry Hall mansion which has been in existence since 1775.
Pictured above from right to left are Jeff
Smith, President of the
Friends of the Perry Hall Mansion; Gayle Holcomb, 2nd Vice President
and Dawn Donovan, liaison to the Friends of the Perry Hall
Mansion. Our thanks to Debbie for her hard work!
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