Just to let you know :



Josie Hamada is receiving the Community Service Award from Mayor Serge Dedina at his speech 


on February 2nd, 2022.  Congratulations to our hard worker, Josie Hamada !!  We are so proud of you!!



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Congratulations to the following Woman's Clubs 


for their accomplishments in 2021:



1-  Alamo Woman's Club, collected 1,500 coats for their community.  1,400 Bras for Free The Girls Organization 


which helps girls rescued from Sex Trafficking.


2-  Canoga Park Woman's Club, supported Granada Hills Woman's Club in celebrating 20th Annual Veterans Day


 Luncheon.  Also donated 72 individually wrapped snack items & Soda to fire stations 


3-  Cypress Woman's Club attended the Cypress Collage Foundation Veterans & Donors.  Who supported the 


Veterans resource center.  They are a part of the original donors.  They also Donated $1,00 to Seal Beach Annual 


Care Shelter.  These ladies also saw 70 surgical gowns for Cleft Lip Patients "Operation Smile"


Also, let us not forget that they had the best donation from Vans of Cypress Champion.   


Baseball families were able to come and pick shoes and back pockets along with clothes.


4-  De Anza District Woman's Clubs collected 156 Pairs of shoes for the needy.


5-  Diamond Bar Woman's Club, celebrated 256th Birthday of US Marine by Fund Raising spaghetti dinner where 


they raised $4,500 for making Sprit Bright.  They also visited Blue Star Mothers.


6-  The Elsinore Woman's Club has a tradition of recognizing members who  have them or the club with a special "Giving Plate" Judy Jacob's was recognized for being a special and supportive member. At the November meeting Judy was pleased to pass this special thank you to Cassie Garofalo. Cassie is always there to help in projects and preparation for meetings and events. In December Cassie will share the "Giving Plate" with another EWC member.


7- The GFWC of Camas Washougal women collected items for woman's shelter in Camas children's and a mountain of bras for the "Free The Girls" organization. Also made bird feeders, cards and Christmas ornaments. They wrote cards to the nursing homes. 4 times a year, these women distribute bags of books to the Pre-K classrooms in Camas Washougal School District.


8- The Hemet Woman's Club recently celebrated 110 year of service. They decorated 62 rocks for Valentine's Day and posted the club's logo on the back of the rocks. That will be the second year for doing this events. They will spread these rocks in the neighborhood.


9- High Spring New Century Woman's Club had a craft sale for the benefit of Unity Faster Ministries of High Spring, Florida.


10- Indio Woman's club, on December 20th of last year, the ladies worked at the Coachella Valley Rescue Mission and helped children wishes come true.


11- Ojai Valley Women's club held a "Wine Pull" fund rising for two $1,000 scholar ships for local High School.

They raised $520 toward the scholarships funds with a bottle of wine giving to attendees who donated $10 or more. The wine was donated by many local merchants and vineyards and some members.


12- Palatka Women's Club of Florida, collected stuffed animals for children of domestic abuse. Also, in their Christmas party, they collected 112 new book for the children and nursing home. They also, gave 26 shoes and 32 pairs of socks for the children along with 17 extra shoes and 20 extra socks for other children that might need them. #Kicksforkidschallnge21.



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