Message from the President

Top of the Mornin’ to you all

A big thank you to Marianna Wood and Karen Mamrak and their committee for all their hard work in putting together an outstanding Art Night. We always get the nicest and professional judges who make our Art Night so over the top. Of course our Board always comes through with delicious refreshments. So thanks to all of you.

Please plan to attend the next meeting to hear from the Principal, Mr. Edwards, all about Crossroads Middle School and their unique and positive behavior/anti-bullying plan that seems to be accepted by the staff and students.

This year we seem to be ahead of the game, which means we have no officers to vote for especially since Kathy Machamer (one of our new members) took over the office of Corresponding Secretary. We have our Banquet Committee in place: Debbie Hammond, Karen Mamrak, and Kim Lahnstein. As you will read in our newsletter the date and place is set. That’s pretty good for the beginning of March!!

A big thank you to Karen Mamrak who continued to send articles to the Northern York County Community Courier about the great things that our club does for the community. In the March 4th edition we are on the front page in the yellow section advertising looking for nominees for Woman of the Year and then on page 2 at the top the dedication of the Habitat home. We need to continue to shout to the rooftops what we do and Karen has done that and now turns that job over to Kathy Machamer who I know will carry on.

At the board meeting Kim related to us that we have enough money to give two scholarships this year of $750 (we raised the amount this year) and there is a slight possibility that we may be able to give three. Keep your fingers crossed.

The board is looking to spread our wings a little for next year and bring to the club some new ideas in helping in the community and beyond – more later.

Don’t forget your food donations/money for the food bank and books for the students at the elementary schools in our area.

Judy


**GFWC PENNSYLVANIA WOMAN OF THE YEAR AWARD**
GFWC PA is seeking entries to honor a woman who goes beyond family and job requirements, a woman who distinguishes herself by outreach to her community, country or the world. (Must be at least 21 years old, resident of PA, may not hold public office and may not be a member of the GFWC). Contact Judy with your nominees. Entry forms are available at www.gfwcpennsylvania.org.    Entry forms must be postmarked by March 25, 2015.



    


2014 Summer Family Picnic




45th Anniversary Banquet
 
Members and their spouses and special guests attended our 45th anniversary banquet on Monday, May 19th, at Hogan's Restaurant at Valley Green Golf Club.

Conversation and cocktails began at 5:30, and dinner was served at 6:30. In addition to dinner, there was a brief installation ceremony for the 2014-16 officers

 

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Congratulations to all of our new officers!
 
 

 
West Shore School District's Administrative Council Award Received by RLAWC
November 2012

 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
 
      
   
               



2015 Arts Contest

Congratulations Red Land High School Students

and RLAWC Members

 

Click here for full list of Arts Contest results

 Coming Events


Monday, March 16:  7:30 p.m.

Education Department

"Bullying in Schools" by Kenneth Edwards, Principal

Crossroads Middle School
Red Land Community Library


Wednesday, March 25:  11:30 a.m.

The Lunch Bunch

The Bonefish Grill, 3505 Gettysburg Rd., Camp Hill

 

Monday, April 6: 7:00 p.m.

Board Meeting

Red Land Community Library

Save the date:  May 18 Spring Banquet (Hogan's at Valley Green Golf Course)

Save the date:  June 2, 2015  - "Bus Stop" at the Oyster Mill Playhouse


Chatterbox Articles are Due April 9

 

 

 

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.

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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.

 

GFWC-PA ACCOMPLISHMENTS

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.


Federation News:

The GFWC President's project for 2014-2016 is "Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention", which is to increase awareness and prevention of widespread occurrence of domestic abuse in communities across the nation.



 
 
 
Red Land Area Women's Club in the News!!!
New Cumberland Apple Festival 2010



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.

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