Monthly Archives: October 2014

Dist. 6 Dir. Julia George

Hi Ladies….I hope you all had a good weekend.  I enjoyed seeing many of you at our Report Writing Workshop and I’m sure District 6 will really shine come report time!


I wanted you to know that Carolyn Benton has agreed to take on the Public Issues Chairmanship as well as the International Outreach Chairman role, so make sure to send both CSP reports to her for the District level reporting.  Thanks Carolyn!  We now have someone in each CSP to review all your CSP reports!


We also have the official date for our District Arts and Crafts Competition and meeting–March 13th.  The Woman’s Club of Deland will be hosting.  More details as it gets closer, but make sure to check the website for details (click on the resources tab and scroll down the page).  There have been quite a few changes!


Speaking of the Arts and Crafts, I do not have a District competition chairman so if you would like to help out, drop me a note.


Finally, due to some requests this past Friday, I have attached the most current District 6 Directory (Note from Laura….look on our Members Only Page).  If there is something you need that isn’t in there, let me know.


In the meantime—- Keep Shining!



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GFWC Note from Julia

Hi Ladies… I hope this finds you in good health.  I wanted to send a quick reminder that the registration deadline for the Report Writing workshop is tomorrow.  I am developing opportunities for you to get some of your reporting well underway at the workshop, so bring your questions and your experiences.  We’ll all help each other create even better reports than last year.


Also remember that the registration for our Annual District meeting is coming up. There is an official form for you to use, indicating your voting delegates and other attendees.  Let me know if you can join me and our GFWC FL President Carole Weaver and GFWC FL 1st Vice President Sharon Oliphant to a no-host dinner the night before (Nov 10th).


I look forward to seeing you and your club representatives at each of these District meetings.


Kept shining your light….


Pinwheel Garden

juniors-special-project-advocates-for-childrenTo anyone that can make it: the planting of the pinwheel garden will be this Friday- Oct 10th at 4:00PM in the afternoon in Dickinson Park. This will be done with the VIA and Orange City staff. Also the News Journal will be present to take pictures. This is a big deal as Orange City has never done anything like this before. Please attend if you can. See you then. Priscilla

First Meeting

Our first meeting of the new program year will be at the First Congregational Church, Jane Murray Hall, 201 W. University Ave, tomorrow 10/2/14 at 12 noon for the pot luck followed with the General Meeting at 1:00pm sharp!  Our program for this meeting is Education and is chaired by Carolyn Benton with Hostesses Dorrie Larson and Addie Stavely.  If you are new and interested in what our club does for the community, please feel free to join us!