Montgomery County District
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Organized in 1910. Joined the GFWC and MFWC in 1912
100th Anniversary Group Picture, April 2010
President: Shirley Fisher
Co-First Vice Presidents: Linda Barcheski, Chris Folks
Second Vice President: Eva Ashe
Third Vice President: Dawn Mantua
Recording Secretary: Denise Redmond
Corresponding Secretary: Pat Gager
Treasurer: Linda Hammil
Co-Directors: Laurel Cross and Diane Hill
Regular meetings are held at 7:00 PM at the clubhouse, 384 Main Street, Laurel, MD on the first Thursday evening of each month, September through May, unless otherwise noted.
March 2, 2017--Meeting will be held at the Laurel Library. Our guest speaker will be Brenda Wheeler, the administrative assistant to the facility director of the Laurel-Beltsville Senior Activity Center. She will speak about opportunities that are available to seniors in the Laurel area.
April 6, 2017--Simplify With Brooke. Simplicity consultant Brooke Barcheski will give tips on de-cluttering and simplifying to make your space more functional and enjoyable.
May 4, 2017--We will be holding a "shower" for the Laurel Pregnancy Center. Necessities for new babies and new moms will be collected and delivered to the Center for distribution to its clients.
June 1, 2017- End of year social activity TBA.
We are proud to announce the publication of our brand new cookbook, More Favorite Recipes. Over 150 recipes for all tastes and cooking abilities are contained in this lovely, hard-cover volume.
Seasoned chefs and novice cooks alike will enjoy this selection of tasty, tried-and-true recipes submitted by our club members. Cost is $12.00 per copy. Each purchase also includes one free e-book.
To order your copy or for more information, please contact Dawn at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (301) 483-0634.
We were honored to have GFWC President-elect Babs Condon as our guest and installing officer at our 2014 installation, held at the Ram’s Head Tavern in Savage Mill.
Our clubhouse, located in the Laurel Main Street Historic District, served as the refreshment stop on the Laurel Historical Society’s Holiday House Tour. We were proud to show off our club’s hospitality as we welcomed the community into our lovely home.
Our building, once a millinery shop, was donated to the Woman’s Club of Laurel jointly with the Laurel Library in 1929. Since 1967, it has served exclusively as our clubhouse.
A display highlighting the building’s history included this sign which used to hang in front of our clubhouse, and is now a treasured memento of our proud history.
Our members got to work right away at our first meeting of the 2014-2015 club year, laminating parent suggestion cards for our “Literacy for Little Ones” project. The cards are included with free books distributed to pre-k students at a local elementary school. This program is done in cooperation with Side by Side, a local educational support organization.
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