The Red Land Area Women’s Club is comprised of an amazing group of women who take an interest in the community. Through various fundraisers we are able to provide scholarships to graduating Red Land High School seniors as well as graduation awards, contribute to the Jane Miller Dental Fund, support the senior center to name a few of our projects.
Our club history will give you an idea of all we have accomplished since our inception in 1969. Take a moment to look at these accomplishments and consider joining our group.
If you are interested in attending a meeting or want additional information, please contact me.
West Shore School District's Administrative Council Award Received by RLAWC
The Red Land Food Bank Needs Help - Please bring boxed food items to club each month. Children and adults are desperate need of food in this area.
Wildflower Walk at Pinchot Park
with Pat Sabold
The Red Land Area Women's Club (RLAWC) is a member of the GFWC, the largest volunteer organization in the world. The RLAWC also has membership in the PA-GFWC. Membership is open to all interested, enthusiastic women 18 years or older. Meetings are scheduled for the third Monday of each month, 7:30 p.m. September through May, at the Red Land Community Library, 48 Robin Hood Drive, Etters, PA (by the Newberry Commons Shopping Center). Through various fund raisers and many volunteer hours we contribute to the welfare of our community.
Monday, March 17: 7:30 p.m.
Dr. Todd Stoltz, Assistant Superintendent for the West Shore School District
"Community Involvement in our Schools"
Red Land Community Library
Sunday, March 23 - 2:00 p.m.
"Meanwhile, Back at the Couch"
Oyster Mill Playhouse
Wednesday, March 26: 11:30 a.m.
Carrabba's Italian Grille, Mechanicsburg
Monday, April 7: 7:30 p.m.
Red Land Community Library
Save the Date:
RLAWC Anniversary Banquet - May 19
Hogan's Restaurant at Valley Green Gold Course
Fundraiser: Spring Play at Oyster Mill Playhouse, March 23
"Meanwhile, Back on the Couch"
Chatterbox Articles are Due April 10
DID YOU KNOW? FACTS ABOUT FEDERATION
By 1933, GFWC had founded 75% of America’s public libraries, as well as pioneered the idea of bookmobiles.
Many modern safety measures were early GFWC programs. The Federation had campaigns for seatbelts in all cars, streetlights on neighborhood streets and accurate labeling of food and medications.
Donated $55,000 to Childhood Cancer Research and Education.
About the General Federation of Women’s Clubs:
The General Federal of Women’s Clubs (GFWC) have ten million members world-wide in more than 40 countries, with a history of leadership in important issues involving women, children, and education. For more information, go to www.gfwc.org.
The GFWC President's project for this year is "Our Children Hold Our Future" (Children in Crisis) which encourages clubs to carry out projects to assist county Children and Youth Agencies with the development and implementation of independent living programs for children aging out of the foster care system.
Red Land Area Women's Club in the News!!!
New Cumberland Apple Festival 2010